St. Paul & The Broken Bones Announce Fall Tour

St. Paul & The Broken Bones
St. Paul & The Broken Bones

Photo by Dave McClister

Powerhouse soul septet St. Paul & The Broken Bones has announced a fall U.S. tour following their August/September European run. See a complete list of tour dates HERE. The momentum for the Birmingham, AL ensemble continues to build on the heels of their debut album Half The City (released February 18), which has sold over 40k copies to date. Their single “Call Me” is currently the iTunes Single of the Week, with over 100k downloads thus far. The track is just beginning to pick up speed by cracking the top 10 at AAA radio. St. Paul & The Broken Bones are nominated for the 2014 Emerging Act Of The Year by the Americana Music Association.

This week, St. Paul & the Broken Bones performed an electrifying version “Don’t Mean A Thing” on Jimmy Kimmel Live, as well as the tracks “Like A Mighty River” and “Call Me”, which appeared on the show’s website. View all three performances HERE. The following evening, the band played to a raucous crowd at Los Angeles’ El Rey Theatre. Venues are growing in size as the band continues to convert believers with their mesmerizing and sweat-soaked live shows, including a performance in front of over 10k at Bonnaroo the week prior.  Paste named St. Paul & The Broken Bones the “#1 Artist to Know” at this year’s festival, saying, “[Paul] Janeway’s got a voice and a sweat-soaked stage presence that will make even new listeners feel like they grew up with his music.”

With press ranging from NPR Morning Edition, USA Today and Relix to Southern Living, CMT Edge and Esquire, the acclaim continues to build as more and more catch on. Their recent performances on The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson (view HERE) and CBS Saturday Morning (view HERE) are prime examples of why.

St. Paul & The Broken Bones
2014 Fall Tour

Sept 18 Chattanooga, TN – Track 29
Sept 19 – Bristol, TN – Bristol Rhythm & Roots Festival
Sept 20 – Bristol, TN – Bristol Rhythm & Roots Festival
Sept 25 – Cincinnati, OH – Midpoint Music Festival
Sept 26 – Columbia, MO – Roots N’ Blues BBQ Festival
Sept 27– Little Rock, AR – ACANSA Arts Festival
Sept 28 – Memphis, TN – Levitt Shell
Oct 11– Charleston, SC – Southern Ground Music & Food Festival
Oct 12 – Greenville SC – Fall For Greenville
Oct 14 – Charlotte, NC – The Neighborhood Theatre
Oct 16 – Washington DC – 9:30 Club
Oct 21– Boston, MA – Paradise
Oct 23 – Charlottesville, VA – Jefferson Theater
Oct 25 – Nashville, TN – Ryman Auditorium*
Oct 26 – Las Vegas, NV – Life Is Beautiful
Oct 29 – St. Louis, MO – The Ready Room
Oct 30 – Chicago, IL – Metro
Oct 31 – Indianapolis, IN – The Vogue
Nov 1 – Detroit, MI – St. Andrews Hall
Nov 3 – Akron, OH – Musica
Nov 4 – Toronto, ON – Horseshoe Tavern
Nov 5 – Pittsburgh, PA – Mr Smalls Theatre
Nov 13 – Birmingham, AL – Alabama Theater
Nov 16 – Live Oak, FL – Bear Creek Festival
*opening for Jason Isbell