Announcing! John will be back at the Blue Door for three nights in May! Friday, May 22 through Sunday, May 24, you’ll be able to see John on his home turf. Tickets on sale Saturday, April 11 through all TicketStorm outlets.
January was busy: John played the Cayamo cruise, the ASCAP Music Cafe at the Sundance Film Festival, and A Prairie Home Companion. See pics & video!
John appeared on A Prairie Home Companion last month and had a great time! He chatted with Garrison and did “Going Home,” “She Knows,” “Until You Were Gone,” and “When You’re Here.” Listen to the whole show and clips of John’s songs here.
From the Cayamo cruise to the release of “Songs,” from Letterman to Rolling Stone, months on the road and back home to Oklahoma, 2014 has been quite a year for John and the whole Fullbright team.
John and the band had a great time in the Big Apple, taping their August 28 appearance on The Late Show With David Letterman. Here’s some video and a few photos from the day.
Watch video from last June’s interview at the GRAMMY Museum in Los Angeles: John discussing the influence of Townes Van Zandt on his songwriting, and a clip from “High Road.”
John did an in-studio interview with our friends at WFUV in New York, and they’ve posted the audio, as well as some video clips. Here’s “When You’re Here.” You can listen to the interview and watch the other videos, “Going Home” and “Ain’t Nobody’s Business” on the WFUV website.
The ‘Songs’ UK release tour is going spectacularly! John is having a great time, and by all accounts, so are his audiences. The album is available for purchase and streaming through a number of outlets: iTunes UK Amazon UK Spotify eMusic Deezer Google Play boomkat juno Tour Schedule And a reminder, John’s got another week
We are very pleased to announce that John will be touring through the western United States (and British Columbia!) with Patty Griffin in October and November. Tickets go on sale this week, so buy ’em early!
John joined National Geographic Weekend’s Boyd Matson to talk about songwriting and songs and “Songs.”