Anderson East’s new album “Encore” out January 12 // performing on “Ellen” this Friday // extensive tour confirmed- Including Two Dates Nashville

Encore, the highly anticipated new album from acclaimed singer, songwriter and performer Anderson East, will be released January 12 on Low Country Sound/Elektra Records and is now available for pre-order.
Already receiving widespread notice, East will perform the album’s first single, “All On My Mind,” on “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” this Friday, October 13. The single—which East debuted earlier this year on “Jimmy Kimmel Live!”—is currently Top 10 and climbing. Watch/share the song’s official music video HERE. East is also currently featured as a SiriusXM “Spectrum Certified” artist. Previous artists featured in the music discovery series include Hozier, Kaleo, Leon Bridges and Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats.
In celebration of the new album, East will embark on his largest headline tour to date, “Encore World Tour 2018.” The extensive run will span throughout next year including stops at NYC’s Bowery Ballroom and Music Hall of Williamsburg, Nashville’s 3rd & Lindsley (two nights), Atlanta’s Terminal West, L.A.’s El Rey Theatre, San Francisco’s The Fillmore and D.C.’s 9:30 Club among many others. Tickets go on-sale this Thursday, October 12 at 10:00am local time. See below for complete details.
Encore was produced by Grammy Award-winning producer Dave Cobb and recorded at Nashville’s historic RCA Studio along with additional production at House of Blues and Farmland Studio. The album features eleven songs, including “All On My Mind” (written by Ed Sheeran, Johnny McDaid, East and Aaron Raitiere), “King For A Day” (written by East, Chris Stapleton and Morgane Stapleton), “Girlfriend” (written by East, Cobb, Raitiere and Tim Bergling) as well as renditions of songs by Ted Hawkins and Willie Nelson.
The release of Encore culminates a breakout series of years for East following his widely praised debut album, Delilah, which NPR Music called “an eclectic, fully formed debut…” Additional critical praise included The Wall Street Journal who described, “…highlighted by Mr. East’s raw and raspy vocals and a backing band that channels the urgent rhythms and gospel-flavored sounds of ‘60s R&B and Southern soul music,” while American Songwriterasserted, “New artist debuts don’t come with much more industry buzz than the first release from singer/songwriter Anderson East…For better or worse, that sets expectations higher than those of most new artists. Thankfully, East meets them in 10 tracks and 33 minutes.”

In addition to making his television debut on “Late Night with Seth Meyers” and appearing on “CBS This Morning Saturday” and Daryl Hall’s “Live from Daryl’s House,” East has also lent his talents to several notable projects. He’s been featured on Dave Cobb’s Southern Family compilation, contributed a song to Brandi Carlile’s Cover Stories LP and crafted the original song “What Would It Take” for the Fifty Shades Darker soundtrack.

1. King For A Day (Anderson East, Chris Stapleton, Morgane Stapleton)
2. This Too Shall Last (Anderson East, Natalie Hemby, Aaron Raitiere) 
3. House Is A Building (Anderson East, Natalie Hemby, Aaron Raitiere) 
4. Sorry You’re Sick (Ted Hawkins)
5. If You Keep Leaving Me (Anderson East, Chris Stapleton, Aaron Raitiere) 
6. Girlfriend (Anderson East, Dave Cobb, Aaron Raitiere, Tim Bergling) 
7. Surrender (Anderson East, Aaron Raitiere, Adam Hood) 
8. All On My Mind (Anderson East, Ed Sheeran, Johnny McDaid, Aaron Raitiere)
9. Without You (Anderson East, Steve McEwan) 
10. Somebody Pick Up My Pieces (Willie Nelson)
11. Cabinet Door (Anderson East, Jillia Jackson) 
ENCORE WORLD TOUR 2018 (on-sale Thursday, October 12 at 10:00am local time)
January 11—New York, NY—Bowery Ballroom
January 12—Brooklyn, NY—Music Hall of Williamsburg
January 19—Nashville, TN—3rd & Lindsley  
January 20—Nashville, TN—3rd & Lindsley  
February 8—Dallas, TX—Trees
February 9—Austin, TX—The Parish
February 10—Houston, TX—Studio at Warehouse Live
February 13—Jackson, MS—Duling Hall
February 15—Atlanta, GA—Terminal West
February 16—Athens, GA—Georgia Theatre
February 17—Birmingham, AL—Iron City Birmingham
March 1—Los Angeles, CA—El Rey Theatre
March 2—San Francisco, CA—The Fillmore
March 3—Solana Beach, CA—Belly Up
March 4—Phoenix, AZ—TBD Venue
March 6—Crystal Bay, NV—Crystal Bay Club Casino
March 7—Sacramento, CA—Harlow’s
March 9—Portland, OR—Revolution Hall
March 10—Seattle, WA—Neumos
March 11—Vancouver, BC—Imperial
March 13 – Boise, ID—The Olympic
March 14—Salt Lake City, UT—The State Room
March 16—Denver, CO—Bluebird Theater
March 20—Kansas City, MO—The Madrid Theatre
April 3—South Burlington, VT—Higher Ground
April 5—Boston, MA—Paradise Rock Club
April 6—Washington, DC—9:30 Club
April 7—Philadelphia, PA—Theatre of Living Arts
April 10—Toronto, ON—Horseshoe Tavern
April 11—Syracuse, NY—Westcott Theater
April 13—Columbus, OH—A&R Music Bar
April 14—Cleveland, OH—Beachland Ballroom
April 15—Cincinnati, OH—20th Century Theater
April 17—Lexington, KY—Manchester Music Hall
April 18—Asheville, NC—Grey Eagle Tavern & Music Hall
 (additional dates to be announced)

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