We are happy to announce some new spring tour dates.
Tickets for the non-festival headlining dates are on sale this Friday.
April 5 • Petaluma, CA • Mystic Theatre
April 6 • Santa Cruz, CA • the catalyst
April 7 • Squaw Valley, CA • Winter Wondergrass
April 27 • Wilkesboro, NC • Merlefest
April 28 • Baltimore, MD • Charm City Bluesgrass
May 12 • Covington , KY • Madison Theater
May 13 • Grand Rapids, MI • The Intersection
May 16 • Nelsonville, OH • Stuarts Opera House
May 17 • Indianapolis, IN • Deluxe at Old National Center
May 18 • Des Moines, IA • Woolys
May 20 • Lincoln, NE • Pinewood Bluegrass Throwdown
May 22 • Jackson, WY • Pink Garter Theater
May 25 • Morrison, CO • Red Rocks
We've just announced a special show at Red Rocks Amphitheater on Friday May 25, 2018 -- which is the start of Memorial Day weekend. Opening up the show is The Wood Brothers as direct support, and Murder By Death.
We're happy to announce our 2018 North American Tour.
These tickets will be going on sale 9am PST this Friday, links on the Tour page.
- Jan. 10 - Orpheum Theater Madison, WI
- Jan. 11 - First Avenue Minneapolis, MN
- Jan. 12 - Concord Music Hall Chicago, IL
- Jan. 13 - St. Andrews Hall Detroit, MI
- Jan. 14 - House of Blues Cleveland, OH
- Jan. 16 - Town Ballroom Buffalo, NY
- Jan. 18 - Phoenix Concert Theatre Toronto, ON
- Jan. 19 - MTELUS Montreal, QC
- Jan. 20 - State Theatre Portland, ME
- Jan. 23 - Higher Ground Ballroom South Burlington, VT
- Jan. 24 - Brooklyn Steel Brooklyn, NY
- Jan. 25 - Fete Providence, RI
- Jan. 26 - Electric Factory Philadelphia, PA
- Jan. 27 - The Fillmore Silver Spring, MD
- Jan. 30 - Mr. Smalls Theatre Milvale, PA
- Jan. 31 - Jefferson Theater Charlottesville, VA
- Feb. 1 - Haw River Ballroom Saxapahaw, NC
- Feb. 2 - Marathon Music Works Nashville, TN
- Feb. 3 - Buckhead Theatre Atlanta, GA
- Feb. 7 - Vinyl Music Hall Pensacola, FL
- Feb. 8 - House of Blues New Orleans, LA
- Feb. 9 - Emo's Austin, TX
- Feb. 10 - Granada Theater Dallas, TX
We're happy to share that Scott H. Biram has been added as main support for all of our upcoming fall tour dates.
Additionally our friends The DiTrani Brothers have also been added to west coast dates noted below.
OCT 24 Orange Peel Asheville, NC
OCT 25 Georgia Theatre Athens, GA
OCT 26 Suwannee Hulaween Live Oak, FL ^
OCT 27 The Mill & Mine Knoxville, TN
OCT 28 The Pageant Saint Louis, MO
NOV 01 Orpheum Theater Flagstaff, AZ
NOV 02 Rialto Theatre Tucson, AZ
NOV 03 The Observatory North Park San Diego, CA
NOV 04 Ventura Theater Ventura, CA
NOV 05 Senator Theatre Chico, CA
NOV 07 Humboldt State University Arcata, CA *
NOV 09 Mcdonald Theater Eugene, OR *
NOV 10 Crystal Ballroom Portland, OR *
NOV 11 Showbox Sodo Seattle, WA *
NOV 12 Commodore Ballroom Vancouver, BC
NOV 15 The Wilma Missoula, MT
NOV 16 Knitting Factory Concert House Boise, ID
NOV 17 The Depot Salt Lake City, UT
NOV 18 Ogden Theatre Denver, CO
NOV 19 Ogden Theatre Denver, CO
* = The DiTrani Brothers
^ = Festival Date no Scott H. Biram
The Devil Makes Three 2017 Fall Tour Dates
While you weren't looking, we quietly started our own record label, Kahn Records, to release our back catalog and solo projects.
We are proud to announce the release of the first non-TDM3 record on the label, The DiTrani Brothers. They will be joining us on the Texas and Louisiana shows of our upcoming tour as well.
Please head over to the Kahn Records page and check them out!
We were lucky enough to work with Salt Stage when we played at the Freshgrass Festival at Mass MOCA a couple of months ago. Here is the first video from the session!
Our Dear Friend Janina A. Larenas (who did the Redemption and Ruin covers and countless T-shirt designs for us) has teamed up with Abnormal Allies (who make all of our merch) to produce this awesome shirt. All proceeds go to support the water protectors at Standing Rock. Read more about the situation at Standing Rock and the Dakota Access Pipeline here.
The new album Redemption & Ruin is now available everywhere!
Redemption & Ruin is a concept project of 12 hand-picked songs that bring fans in on the repertoire and legacy that have inspired The Devil Makes Three from before they founded the band. Divided in to two sides, the subjects of "redemption" and "ruin" are explored through various works by Muddy Waters, Tampa Red, Townes Van Zandt, Tom Waits, Hank Williams, Kris Kristofferson and Willie Nelson to name a few and The Devil Makes Three's interpretations of these songs also feature an all-star cast of guest stars like Emmylou Harris, Tim O'Brien, Jerry Douglas, Darrell Scott and guitar great Duane Eddy.
Entertainment Weekly debuts a video for "Champagne & Reefer" based on our cover of the Muddy Waters classic! For all those fans of absurd propaganda films, you may see some familiar scenes. Thanks, Reefer Madness! Check it out right HERE.
On TDM3's new record Redemption & Ruin, the band chose 12 songs carefully. They wanted to hold to the album's concept and provide insight as to the inspiration behind their own work. In that spirit, Pandora launched a mixtape of 80+ songs selected by the band including the original 12 songs covered on Redemption & Ruin! Enjoy!
The Devil Makes Three will join The Avett Brothers, Band of Horses, Brandi Carlile, Jason Isbell and Lake Street Dive at the Hard Rock Hotel Riviera Maya this February 9-13, 2017 for "The Avett Brothers At The Beach", and all-inclusive concert vacation. Rooms go on sale June 28th at 12pm ET. CLICK HERE to visit the official website for more information.