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2/21/17

When Bob Dylan came out of retirement to tour with The Band in the mid-1970s, they opened shows with “Most Likely You Go Your Way (And I’ll Go Mine),” the side 3, track 1 obscurity from Blonde on Blonde. Expect to hear it this spring when Old Crow Medicine Show embarks on their first tour after signing with Columbia Nashville.

Old Crow Medicine Show, which got its start—like The Band—by playing Canada and New York state before heading to Nashville, has signed with Sony Music Nashville/Columbia Records Nashville and scheduled their first release, 50 Years of Blonde on Blonde, for 4/28.

“Fifty years is a long time for a place like Nashville, Tennessee,” says Ketch Secor, the primary vocalist of the Old Crow Medicine Show. “But certain things have accelerated the pace of our city. And certain people have sent the hands of the clock spinning.  Bob Dylan is the greatest of these time-bending, paradigm-shifting Nashville cats.

“By deciding to record his newly found rock n’ roll voice in 1966 Nashville, Bob swung the gates of country music wide open; so wide, in fact, that 50 years later there was still enough of a crack left for Old Crow Medicine Show to sneak its banjos and fiddles through the gates with string band swagger.”

The 14-track album was recorded live in May at the CMA Theater inside the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum.

An Old Crow Medicine Show Performing Blonde on Blonde tour will hit 26 cities, including Los Angeles’ Wiltern on 5/5, New York’s Town Hall on 5/24 and London’s Shepherd’s Bush Empire on 6/28.

Tour dates:
MAY
4 Santa Barbara - The Granada Theatre
5  Los Angeles - The Wiltern
6  Oakland - Fox Theater
8  Portland - Revolution Hall
10  Seattle - The Moore Theatre
12  Salt Lake City - Delta Hall at Eccles Theater
13  Aspen - Belly Up Aspen
14  Denver - Paramount Theatre  
20  Knoxville, Tenn. - Tennessee Theatre
22  Washington, D.C. - Lincoln Theatre
24  New York - The Town Hall
25  Boston - Orpheum Theatre
28  Cooperstown, N.Y. - Brewery Ommegang
30  Pittsburgh - Stage AE
31  Columbus, Ohio - EXPRESS LIVE!

JUNE
1  Cincinnati - Taft Theatre
2  Louisville - Iroquois Amphitheater
8  Chicago - The Vic Theatre
9  Milwaukee - Pabst Theater
10  St. Paul - The Palace Theatre
11  Kansas City - Uptown Theater
12  St. Louis - The Pageant
24  Manchester, U.K. - O2 Ritz
25  Glasgow, U.K. - O2 ABC
28  London - Shepherd’s Bush Empire
30  Amsterdam - Paradiso

The band celebrated their signing by performing “Rainy Day Women #12 & 35” for the Nashville staff. Video cameras were rolling.