Sister Sparrow announces 2019 tour dates
"One of the biggest voices in rock music." – NPR
"Lush... fiery... almost mischievously playful." – Billboard
“A sterling stampede of elemental proportions.” – The Aquarian
(New York, NY) Sister Sparrow (nee Arleigh Kincheloe) has released “Gold,” the video for the title track of her recent album and announced the first leg of her 2019 tour. “Gold” is currently being spun on numerous influential radio stations nationwide, including Sirius XM The Spectrum’s Shortlist and Jam On, WFUV (NYC), WXPN (Philadelphia), and WRLT (Nashville), and was recently named Song of The Day on The Current (Minneapolis). Watch “Gold” HERE.
Released on October 12th, via Thirty Tigers, Gold sees Sister Sparrow expressing herself like never before. Produced and co-written in collaboration with Carter Matschullat (Chef’Special, Secret Weapons) at Brooklyn’s DØØM Studio, the album displays the evolution of Sister Sparrow’s sound, showcasing her immense voice while fusing her classic soul-rock signature with a contemporary pop approach.
In support of Gold, Sister Sparrow spent the latter half of 2018 on the road with her brass-fueled combo, The Dirty Birds. After January’s Jam Cruise, which departs January 15 from the Port of Miami, Sister Sparrow & The Dirty Birds will head back out on the road in March for the first leg of their 2019 tour.
For a taste of Sister Sparrow & The Dirty Birds’ live sound, check out their NPR Tiny Desk Concert HERE and their recent WFUV Live Session HERE.
More information: SisterSparrow.com
Sister Sparrow – The GOLD Tour 2019
January 15 – 21 – Jam Cruise
January 25 – Narrows Center For The Arts – Fall River, MA (rescheduled from December 2018)
January 26 – Levon Helm’s Barn – Woodstock, NY (rescheduled from December 2018)
March 7 – Belly Up – San Diego, CA
March 9 – Moe’s Alley – Santa Cruz, CA
March 10 – Sweetwater Music Hall – San Francisco, CA
March 12 – Tractor Tavern – Seattle, WA
March 14 – Mississippi Studios – Portland, OR
March 27 – Fox Theatre – Boulder, CO
March 28 – Bluebird Theater – Denver, CO
More dates TBA.