Fans can look forward to hearing John preview his new album—the follow-up to his Grammy-nominated debut From The Ground Up— later this month at SXSW. John will play nine shows with songs from the new album, set for release in May. Performing with a three-piece band, John’s SXSW schedule includes Willie Nelson’s Heartbreaker Banquet, Thirty
Breaking news: John’s Jan. 26 and 27 shows at Frank & Lola’s in Bartlesville, OK will be streamed live on Concert Window. These shows sold out really quickly, and we wanted to make them available to everyone who wants to hear. These shows are part of the OK Mozart Original Artist Concert Series. Tickets for the webshow are $6.
Here’s a quick heads-up for John’s upcoming appearance on the Music City Roots show, live from Nashville, Wednesday, Dec. 11, at 7pm Central. The show will be available by live streaming video on their website, or on the radio at one of their many partner stations. Or if you’re lucky enough to be in Nashville,
For twenty-two years—most of them at the Blue Door— Greg Johnson has been holding a Woody Guthrie Tribute show. John has played there every year since 2008. This year will be no different! Join John and his good friends, the Red Dirt Rangers, Greg Jacobs, Susan Herndon, Monica Taylor, and more, for an evening of
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.”
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.
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
John will be playing tonight at George’s Majestic Lounge in Fayetteville, Arkansas, opening for The Devil Makes Three. Terry “Buffalo” Ware will be with him. Hope to see lots of Fayetteville peeps! More info on the tour schedule page.
John’s June 17 (Sunday) show at Stage One in Fairfield, CT is being postponed until fall.