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September 1, 2016

“Quirky alt-folk” (Rolling Stone) duo Bombadil, “hard-rocking folk-punk” (Esquire) band Kingsley Flood, and “modern folk gem” (NPR) Anthony D’Amato will hit the road together in September for a string of triple-header dates kicking off 9/16 in Richmond, VA. Each show will open with a set from Newport Folk Fest breakouts Kingsley Flood, members of which will back Brooklyn songwriter Anthony D’Amato for his set before Durham’s Bombadil closes out the night. D’Amato and Kingsley Flood will also share a stage September 18 at the Americana Festival in Nashville, TN. See below for full dates and details.

9/16 – Richmond, VA @ Tin Pan
9/17 – Asheville, NC @ Isis Music Hall
9/18 – Nashville, TN @ The Basement/AmericanaFest *(No Bombadil) 9/19 – Chattanooga, TN @ JJ’s
9/20 – Charlottesville, VA @ The Southern

ABOUT BOMBADIL: “Quirky, multi-textured, wildly inventive, eclectic, and hugely enjoyable,” “a combination of open-minded chamber folk and the bright and sunny pop music of the 1960s,” and “Syd Barrett meets The Beatles” are just some of the media accolades used to describe Bombadil, a band that has been building a steady buzz, catching the attention and support of media outlets like the New York Times, NPR, and Diffuser. Check out “Amy’s Friend” used in the recent Summer blockbuster film Trainwreck:

ABOUT ANTHONY D’AMATO: Recorded with members of Bon Iver, Megafaun, and Josh Ritter’s band, Anthony D’Amato’s New West Records debut ‘The Shipwreck From The Shore’ has already earned praise from Entertainment Weekly and The NY Times to SPIN and Billboard. NPR named him to their favorite live shows of 2014 and said “D’Amato sings and writes in the tradition of Bruce Springsteen or Josh Ritter,” USA Today said the new album “strikes every right note,” and Uncut wrote that it “echoes with early Bob Dylan.” Check out his NPR Tiny Desk Concert here:

ABOUT KINGSLEY FLOOD: Kingsley Flood has been featured in Rolling Stone, MTV, NPR, Paste Magazine and American Songwriter, among others. The band has played the Newport Folk Festival and has won three Boston Music Awards, including Album of the Year (Battles). Its song “Waiting on the River to Rise” was used in promos for the History Channel’s show Mississippi Men. The Band’s next full length release, produced by Paul Kolderie (Radiohead, The Pixies, Morphine), is due out in early 2016. Check out the Wall Street Journal premiere of “Set Me Off” here.