Levi Lowrey Announces National Fall Tour

Levi Lowrey brings his years of experience from playing in bands and performing onstage and embarks on a national tour this fall in support of his debut album, I Confess I Was A Fool. After breaking out this year on his own as a singer/songwriter, Levi will be performing songs from his debut, which has received glowing praise and resonates with anyone who loves top-notch songwriting and keen musicianship. Word of his prodigious blend of talents continues to spread, and his live audiences continue to grow.   

 Levi Lowrey may be a guitar-toting troubadour today, but he began as a fiddle player, playing in the school orchestra, at bluegrass festivals and in weekly jam sessions in his hometown of Dacula,GA. In high school,  he joined a band and Problem Thomas was the venue where Lowrey became comfortable onstage and grew into his role as a songwriter. As the band ran its course, Levi also led worship at his church. It’s this core which now remains Lowrey’s touring ensemble — the Community House Band

 Levi began “writing stuff that was more derived from my roots and how I grew up, how I learned how to play,” he recounts. “It’s not North Georgia string band music; I wouldn’t call it bluegrass. I don’t think I’d even call it country, but it has all of those elements within it, it’s just a melting pot of my influences.” It’s that honesty and the skill with which it’s conveyed that sets Lowrey apart both as a performer and songwriter.

As Lowrey matured as a songwriter, his gifts were employed increasingly by others. He along with Zac Brown, Wyatt Durrette, and Zac Brown Band member Coy Bowles wrote “Colder Weather” which became Zac Brown Band’s seventh consecutive #1 single.  Levi Lowrey has toured as a headliner and opened for notable artists including his label mates and the Zac Brown Band on the “Breaking Southern Ground Tour.”

 For additional information on Levi Lowrey and a complete listing of tour dates, please visit LeviLowrey.com.

Levi Lowrey Tour Dates

Mon. 10/3 -Orlando,FL- Plaza Theatre (w/ Joshua James and honeyhoney)

Tue. 10/4 -Jacksonville,FL- Jack Rabbit’s (w/ Joshua James and honeyhoney)

Thu. 10/6 -Raleigh,NC- The Pour House (w/ Joshua James and honeyhoney)

Sat. 10/8 -Richmond,VA- The Camel (w/ Joshua James and honeyhoney)

Mon. 10/10 -Charlottesville,VA- The Southern (w/ Joshua James and honeyhoney)

Wed. 10/12 -Boston,MA- Cafe 939 (w/ Joshua James and honeyhoney)

Thu. 10/13 -New York,NY- The Living Room

Fri. 10/14 -Vienna,VA- Jammin Java (w/ Joshua James and honeyhoney)

Sun. 10/16 -Philadelphia,PA- Tin Angel (w/ Joshua James and honeyhoney)

Tue. 10/18 -North Hampton,MA- Iron Horse Music Hall (w/Joshua James and honeyhoney)

Wed. 10/19 -Pittsburgh,PA- Club Cafe Live (w/ Joshua James and honeyhoney)

Fri. 10/21 -Charleston,SC- Blackbaud Stadium

Sat. 10/22 -Indianapolis,IN- Radio Radio (w/ Joshua James and honeyhoney)

Sun. 10/23 -Ann Arbor,MI- The Blind Pig (w/ Joshua James and honeyhoney)

Tue. 10/25 -Chicago,IL- Schuba’s (w/ Joshua James and honeyhoney)

Wed. 10/26 -Milwaukee,WI- Shank Hall (w/ Joshua James and honeyhoney)

Thu. 10/27 -Madison,WI- The Frequency Hall (w/ Joshua James and honeyhoney)

Sat. 10/29 -Minneapolis,MN- Fine Line Music Cafe (w/Joshua James and honeyhoney)

Mon. 10/31 -Omaha,NE- The Waiting Room (w/ Joshua James and honeyhoney)

Wed. 11/2 -Denver,CO- Soiled Dove (w/ Joshua James and honeyhoney)

Thu. 11/3 -Aspen,CO- The Belly-Up (w/ Joshua James and honeyhoney)

Fri. 11/4 -Salt Lake City,UT- State Room (w/ Joshua James and honeyhoney)

Sun. 11/6 -Seattle,WA- Nectar Lounge (w/ Joshua Jamesand honeyhoney)

Thu. 11/10 -San Francisco,CA- Hotel Utah (w/ Joshua James and honeyhoney)

Fri. 11/11 -Santa Barbara,CA-Soho(w/ Joshua Jamesand honeyhoney)

Sun. 11/13 -Los Angeles,CA- The Troubador (w/ Joshua James and honeyhoney)

Sun. 11/20 – White River Junction, VT -TupeloMusic Hall(w/ Brett Dennen)

Mon. 11/21 -Londonberry,NH-TupeloMusic Hall(w/ Brett Dennen)

Wed. 11/23 -Fall River,MA-NarrowsCenterfor Arts (w/ Brett Dennen)

Fri. 12/9 -Burlington,VT- Higher Ground (w/ Good Old War)

Sat. 12/10 -Boston,MA-BrightonMusic Hall(w/ Good Old War)

Sun. 12/11 -Portland,ME-PortCityMusic Hall(w/ Good Old War)

Wed. 12/14 -Hoboken,NJ- Maxwells (w/ Good Old War)

Fri. 12/16 -Brooklyn,NY-BellHouse (w/ Good Old War)

Sat. 12/17 -Buffalo,NY-Mohawk Place(w/ Good Old War)

Sun. 12/18 -Cleveland,OH- HOB Cambridge Room (w/ Good Old War)

Tue. 12/20 -Pittsburgh,PA- Alter Bar (w/ Good Old War)


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