Winnipeg MB based folk/ roots trio, Red Moon Road have just announced their full length studio album, “Sorrows and Glories” which will be released on September 11, 2015. They have also released a live studio video for their first single, “Beauty In These Broken Bones”, which is absolutely beautiful and I highly recommend you take a listen right now.
As if all this wasn’t as exciting enough, they announced a string of tour dates:
September 11 – Winnipeg, MB – West End Cultural Centre (Album Release Show)
September 25 – Asheville, NC – Diana Wortham Theatre
September 26 – Goldsboro, NC – Paramount Theatre
September 30 – Guelph, ON – The Courtyard, University of Guelph (Campus Exclusive)
October 1 – Oakville, ON – Moonshine Cafe
October 3 – Sudbury, ON – Townehouse Tavern
October 22 – Saskatoon, SK – The Bassment
October 23 – Lloydminster, AB – The Root Emporium
October 26 – Calgary, AB – Ironwood Stage & Grill
October 30 – Vancouver, BC – Rogue Folk Club
October 31 – Seattle, WA – House Concert
November 1 – Turnwater, WA – House Concert
November 13 – Atascadero, CA – Musica Del Rio
November 19 – San Diego, CA – The Folkey Monkey
November 20 – Altadena, CA – The Coffee Gallery Backstage
November 21 – Anaheim, CA – The Living Traditions Concert Series
November 22 – Oak Park, CA – House Concert
December 18 – Dauphin, MB – Watshon Arts Centre
If you’re able to make it to any of these shows, you definitely should, and keep an eye out on Canadian Beats for more from Red Moon Road!
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