dan auerbachBlack Keys guitarist and singer Dan Auerbach has announced a 20-date tour in support of his new solo album “Waiting on a Song.” The eight-time Grammy winner will be joined by legendary blues musician Robert Finley starting in February 2018. Auerbach will also be joined by Shannon Shaw with special guests Shannon and the Clams.

The Easy Eye Sound Revue tour will kick off on Feb. 10 at the Vogue Theatre in Vancouver, B.C. and hit major cities such as Portland, Seattle, Los Angeles, Nashville, Brooklyn, and Chicago. The tour is currently scheduled to close out at Paramount Theatre in Denver on April 5.


Each night of the tour will feature performances from all three artists backed by the Easy Eye Sound house band composed of Gene “Bubba” Chrisman, Bobby Wood, Russ Pahl, and Dave Roe. Both Finley and Shaw are signed to Auerbach’s record label, Easy Eye Sound. Shannon and the Clams will release their new album, produced by Auerbach, via the label in February.

“Waiting on a Song” was Auerbach’s second solo album release June 2, 2017 and was the debut album for the musician’s record label. Auerbach has called the record a love letter to his current home town, Nashville, and was a collaboration with notable musicians including John Prine, Duane Eddy, Jerry Douglas, Russ Pahl, Pat McLaughlin, and Bobby Wood and Gene Chrisman of the Memphis Boys. Check out the first single,”Stand By My Girl” below.

Auerbach will also be Nov. 10 with John Prine at the DAR Constitution Hall in Washington D.C. and on Nov. 11 at Aria Theater in Richmond, Virginia. On Nov. 27, Auerbach will also tape a performance for Austin City Limits with information on free passes available a week prior on the ACL’s Facebook and Twitter.

Tickets for the Easy Eye Sound Revue go on sale Friday (Nov. 3) at 10 a.m. local time and can be purchased here.

Dan Auerbach & the Easy Eye Sound Revue featuring Robert Finley, Shannon Shaw with special guests Shannon & the Clams
February 10 /// Vancouver, BC /// Vogue Theatre
February 11 /// Portland, OR /// Crystal Ballroom
February 12 /// Seattle, WA /// The Showbox
February 14 /// San Francisco, CA /// The Fillmore
February 17 /// Los Angeles, CA ///  The Wiltern
February 18 /// Santa Ana, CA /// The Observatory
February 19 /// San Diego, CA /// The Observatory North Park
February 20 /// Phoenix, AZ /// The Van Buren
February 22  /// Dallas, TX /// Canton Hall
February 23 /// Austin, TX /// Stubb’s Waller Creek Amphitheater
February 25  /// Nashville, TN /// Ryman Auditorium
March 24 /// Philadelphia, PA /// Union Transfer
March 25 /// Boston, MA /// House of Blues
March 27 /// Brooklyn, NY /// Brooklyn Steel
March 29 /// Toronto, ON /// Danforth Music Hall
March 31 /// Cleveland, OH /// Agora Theater
April 02 /// Chicago, IL /// Riviera Theatre
April 03 /// St. Paul, MN /// Palace Theatre
April 04 /// Kansas City, MO /// The Truman
April 05 /// Denver, CO /// Paramount Theatre