Strings extends tour
HomeNewsInterviewsCD ReleasesCD ReviewsConcertsArtistsArchive

Strings extends tour

Tuesday, June 28, 2022 – Billy Strings expanded his headlining tour this fall with newly confirmed shows in Los Angeles and Philadelphia.

The bluegrass guitar ace also will include shows at Sacramento's Memorial Auditorium, Asheville's Arena (three nights), Pittsburgh's Petersen Events Center and Washington DC's The Anthem (two nights). Tickets for the new shows go on-sale this Friday, July 1 at 10 a.m. local time.

Touring behind "Renewal," the band includes Strings (vocals, guitar, mandolin, piano, synth, guitjo) and Wilson (celesta, percussion, harpsicord), Billy Failing (banjo, piano, background vocals), Royal Masat (bass, background vocals) and Jarrod Walker (mandolin, guitar, background vocals.

New dates are:
Sept. 28—Sacramento, CA—Sacramento Memorial Auditorium
Sept. 30—Stanford, CA—Frost Amphitheater at Stanford
Oct. 2—Los Angeles, CA—The Wiltern
Oct. 15—Oklahoma City, OK—The Criterion
Oct. 29-31—Asheville, NC— Arena
Nov. 3—Kalamazoo, MI—Wings Event Center
Nov. 4—Saginaw, MI—Dow Event Center
Nov. 5—Pittsburgh, PA—Petersen Events Center
Nov. 9—Rochester, NY—Blue Cross Arena
Nov. 11—Uniondale, NY—Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum
Nov. 12-13—Philadelphia, PA—The Met
Nov. 16—Richmond, VA—Virginia Credit Union LIVE!
Nov. 18-19—Washington, DC—The Anthem

Strings plays New York City tomorrow night, Scranton, Pa. on Thursday and two shows in Baltimore on Saturday and Sunday.

More news for Billy Strings

CD reviews for Billy Strings

CD review - Renewal It's just like Billy Strings to have a song title that reads like a heavy metal track ("Hellbender") for a tune that sounds like traditional bluegrass music. When it comes to creating music, though, the phrase, 'It's all good,' actually applies to Strings – for once. "Renewal" is over an hour of music, and is (mostly) bluegrass – at heart – but not just bluegrass music. "Hide And Seek" is one of the most complicated recordings, ...
CD review - Home As befits the reigning IBMA Guitar Player of the Year, Billy Strings' second full release, "Home" displays his guitar-playing range. But, there is much more to the fellow that rages through live shows, and those qualities are displayed on "Home." Strings (born William Apostol) lives up to his nom de guerre. Electric, acoustic 6- or 12-string guitar provide the ingredients for his work, and his guitar work is mostly, although not always, delivered at a breakneck tempo, ...
CD review - Turmoil & Tinfoil Billy Strings. It takes a lot of nerve to adopt such a nom de plume (in this case nom de guerre might be more appropriate) in the bluegrass world, but Billy Strings is up to the challenge, and more. Strings (real name William Apostol) grew up in Michigan, surrounded by musicians. A fourth-generation picker, he lives up to his name. Preternaturally talented, Strings embraces bluegrass instrumentation, but brings a powerful energy to his music. He's one of those musicians who packs a fuse and ...

©Country Standard Time • Jeffrey B. Remz, editor & publisher •
AboutCopyrightNewsletterOur sister publication Standard Time
Subscribe to Country Music News Country News   Subscribe to Country Music CD Reviews CD Reviews   Follow us on  Twitter    Instagram    Facebook