Australian hard rockers AIRBOURNE will embark on a North American tour this summer and fall. The 21-date trek will kick off on September 9 at the Gramercy Theatre in New York City and will end on October 11 at The Troubadour in West Hollywood, California.
Says AIRBOURNE in a statement: “We are from Melbourne, the most locked down city in the world, Unleashed at last, AIRBOURNE are the most set-free animals on the planet. Look out!
“They wouldn’t let us in for two years, after this tour they’ll never let us back!!
“Get your tickets, NOW OR NEVER!!”
Sep. 09 – New York, NY – The Gramercy Theatre
Sep. 10 – Philadelphia, PA – Underground Arts
Sep. 11 – Boston, MA – Paradise Rock Club
Sep. 15 – Quebec City, QC – St. Roch XP L’Impérial Bell
Sep. 16 – Saguenay, QC – Festival Saint-Honoré dans l’Vent
Sep. 17 – Montreal, QC – Corona Theatre
Sep. 20 – Toronto, ON – The Opera House
Sep. 22 – London, ON – London Music Hall
Sep. 23 – Columbus, OH – Skully’s Music Diner
Sep. 24 – Louisville, KY – Louder Than Life
Sep. 26 – Chicago, IL – Bottom Lounge
Sep. 27 – Minneapolis, MN – 7th Street Entry
Sep. 28 – Winnipeg, MB – The Pyramid Cabaret
Sep. 30 – Calgary, AB – The Palace
Oct. 01 – Edmonton, AB – Midway
Oct. 03 – Vancouver, BC – Commodore Ballroom
Oct. 04 – Seattle, WA – Tractor Tavern
Oct. 05 – Portland, OR – Doug Fir Lounge
Oct. 07 – San Francisco, CA – Starline Social Club
Oct. 08 – Sacramento, CA – Aftershock Festival
Oct. 11 – Los Angeles, CA – Troubadour
For more information, visit AirbourneRock.com.
Back in the spring of 2020, AIRBOURNE was scheduled to embark on the first North American tour in support of its fifth album, “Boneshaker”, out now via Spinefarm Records.
“Boneshaker” was released in October 2019. The cover artwork for the disc is a collaboration between Matt Read of Combustion Ltd., and Sean Tidy of Design House Studio Ltd.
With the creation of “Boneshaker”, AIRBOURNE decided to take the bolder path; to align with Nashville producer Dave Cobb, whose credits include both Chris Stapleton and “A Star Is Born” soundtrack.
AIRBOURNE guitarist Matt “Harri” Harrison told HMV.com about the decision to work with Cobb: “It took one phone call and he was always top of our list. His name isn’t hard to come by in our world; he’s so amazingly successful. I think he’s probably the biggest producer in the world, and he was always someone we talked about. He’s done so many big country records. There’s not a huge amount, sonically, that’s relevant to us in those records, but you can always tell it’s him producing; he’s always doing something a little bit different. The guitars sound great, the drums sound great — it always sounds like human beings in a room being great at their instruments.”
“When we first talked, we told him about BLACK ROBOT,” Matt continued. “That was a band he was in with some of his mates and they do this awesome cover of Eric Clapton‘s ‘Cocaine’. That was a big record for us. When we spoke to him, it was really clear that he wanted the same type of record we did. We wanted to do something super raw and basically bottling what we do on stage.”
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