He’s been on the road almost nonstop for the last year and a half, but he’s coming home for three nights at the historic Blue Door in Oklahoma City, where so much got started.On December 19, 20 and 21, John will preview songs from his upcoming 2014 release, as well as favorites from the Grammy-nominated “From the Ground Up.”
Save the date! On November 22, John is going to be on PBS broadcasts of Nashville 2.0 and ACL Presents: Americana Music Festival 2013.
Catch John’s show at eTown Radio, broadcasting Sept. 17–24 on 300+ radio stations around the world, via streaming audio on the eTown website, by podcast and via the free eTown iPhone app, and watch four videos from the live taping right here below the cut.
John will be performing at the Americana Honors & Awards show on Sept. 18; the show will be broadcast live on AXS TV, npr.org, Sirius/XM radio and WSM radio, as well as overseas and other broadcasts to follow. Also, John will be playing at the Cannery Ballroom on Thursday night. Read on for more details!
Just announced! John will be opening for The Black Crowes in acoustic shows at the Capitol Theatre in Port Chester, NY, October 18 and 19. The Black Crowes have announced that this fall/winter tour will be the last chance to catch this band on stage for the foreseeable future, so you don’t want to miss this opportunity.
For a year or more, we’ve been hearing from John’s fans about how much they would love to see him play the Cayamo Cruise. It’s a great event, a week-long cruise through the Caribbean with a boat full of musicians and music lovers. Well, ask and ye shall receive.
Hear John do a new song, “Going Home,” recorded live in-studio at WFPK in Louisville.
UPDATE, 21 May: Unfortunately I will not be able to make the blue door benefit Friday. In the heat of the moment I forgot about a prior engagement. Sincerest apologies to those that bought tickets but please reconsider refunds as the money will be going straight to the damage. — JF The show will still
John’s May 19 show at Summer Breeze in Norman, OK has been postponed due to severe weather. We’ll be posting the rescheduled date on John’s tour schedule and his Facebook page as soon as we have it confirmed. Our thoughts are going out to everyone who has been affected by the violent weather in Oklahoma
We’ve got some great videos, audio, and a story from the cool folks at Jam in the Van.