Fans of George Clooney’s character, the verbose and vain Ulysses Everett McGill, will be pleased to note that Dan Tyminski, who provided McGill’s singing voice, is back for the tour.
The 30-date outing begins June 25 in Louisville and makes stops in big cities from coast to coast. Most, but not all artists are onboard for the whole tour. Tickets go on sale beginning March 23.
Like the album and movie, the first leg of the tour was a smash hit – packing out houses across the States during its 17-city run January and February.
Now five times platinum, the O Brother, Where Art Thou? soundtrack raked in the Grammys this year, scoring an impressive five awards. The album is currently sitting atop the country music album sales charts, one year after its release.