Trey Anastasio Confirms New Album Release Date, Announces Fall Tour
- By Slave2Traffic
- Published on August 14, 2012
|Scabbard Single Cover - Photo Courtesy of Trey.com|
With Phish having previously said they won’t be touring in the fall, many fans were already licking their chops for any taste of the band following the soon-to-begin Leg II of summer tour, which starts tomorrow in Long Beach, CA. However, front-man Trey Anastasio has just announced a compressed fall tour in support of an upcoming solo album, with nine shows in 11 days, which will surely bring smiles to fans in the Midwest and the Mid-Atlantic.
His new album, “Traveler,” will be released on October 16 and is being co-produced with Peter Katis in Bridgeport, CT. Several guest artists make appearances on the album, including members of indie darlings The National and Mates of State. The first single on the album (“Scabbard”) will be released on August 21 and can be streamed from Amazon.com.
Trey’s whirlwind tour kicks off on Thursday, October 18, at The Fillmore in Detroit, MI and will take his outfit to Chicago and Columbus, OH, before heading east for shows at the Sherman Theater in Stroudsburg, PA; The National in Richmond; The Fillmore in Silver Spring, MD; The Beacon Theatre in New York; The Orpheum in Boston; and the recently-reopened Capitol Theatre in Port Chester, NY.
Tickets for all shows will be on sale through a pre-sale from Thursday, August 16, at 10:00 a.m. ET through Wednesday, August 22, at 5:00 p.m. via Trey’s official ticketing page. More information – including complete ticketing information and public on-sale dates – is available at Trey’s tour page.
Trey Anastasio Fall 2012 Tour
October 18 – The Fillmore – Detroit, MI
October 19 – Chicago Theatre – Chicago, IL
October 20 – LC Pavilion – Columbus, OH
October 22 – Sherman Theater – Stroudsburg, PA
October 23 – The National – Richmond, VA
October 24 – Fillmore – Silver Spring, MD
October 26 – Beacon Theatre – New York, NY
October 27 – Orpheum Theatre – Boston, MA
October 28 – Capitol Theatre – Port Chester, NY
Source: Trey Anastasio