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Forbert is "Moving Through America"

Friday, February 18, 2022 – Folk/roots rock singer Steve Forbert will release "Moving Through America" on May 13 on Blue Rose Records.

Forbert will be touring extensively for the album, including UK dates

Forbert offer glimpses into the everyday lives of his characters: a dog running from the sky's thunderclaps; a Houston man preparing to take his girlfriend out for fried oysters; a former drug dealer celebrating his freedom after incarceration; and a road-tripping motorist steadily making his way across the Midwest.

Forbert, a native of Meridian, Miss. Was backed by the same band that appeared on his collection of cover songs, "Early Morning Rain," in 2020.

The track list is:
Buffalo Nickel
Fried Oysters
Moving Through America
Living The Dream
Please Don't Eat The Daisies
Times Like These
I Can't Get Back
Say Hello to Gainesville
It's Too Bad (You Super Freak)
What's A Dog Think?
Palo Alto

Tour dates are:
March 11 Asbury Park, NJ - House of Independents, Winterfest
March 12 Red Bank, NJ - Count Basie Theatre Steve Forbert at Light Of Day Winterfest 2022
March 18 Sellersville, PA - Sellersville Theater 1894
March 19 Vienna, VA - Jammin Java
March 20 Roanoke, VA - The Spot on Kirk
March 26 Cape May, NJ - Cape May Presbyterian Church
April 8 Bridgeport, CT - Park City Music Hall
April 9 Tabor, NJ - At The Tabernacle
April 29 Austin, TX - The 04 Center
April 30 Houston, TX - McGonigel's Mucky Duck
May 1 Baton Rouge, LA - Red Dragon Listening Room
May 3 Pascagoula, MS - Grand Magnolia Ballroom & Suites
May 4 Jackson, MS - Duling Hall
May 5 Meridian, MS - Temple Theatre Benefit Show
May 19 New York, NY - The Iridium
May 20 Stanhope, NJ - Stanhope House
May 27 Pawling, NY, Daryl's House
May 28 Bryn Mawr, PA - Bryn Mawr Gazebo
June 4 Old Saybrook, CT - Katharine Hepburn Cultural Arts Center
June 11 Fall River, MA / Narrows Center for The Arts
June 12 Cambridge, MA / Club Passim
June 19 Bristol, England/ Folk House
June 22 Crawley, England/ The Hawth Studio UK
June 26 Cambridge, England - Junction UK
June 28 Glasgow, Scotland/ St. Lukes UK
June 29 Thorner (near Leeds) England/ Victory Hall
July 2 Easton Woodbridge, England / Maverick Festival
July 10 Piemont, NY - Turning Point

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