The tour kicks off Oct. 13 at the Birchmere in Alexandria, Va., and concludes Nov. 6 at the House of Blues in Houston.
Additional shows include The Concert Hall @ N.Y.S.E.C. in New York (Oct. 16), The Rutledge in Nashville (Oct. 22), Center Stage in Atlanta (Oct. 23), two nights at The Mint in Los Angeles (Oct. 26-27) and Tractor Tavern in Seattle (Oct. 30).
Broussard will show off his soul skills along with acclaimed guitarist Joe Stark and drummer/percussionist Chad Gilmore. He is expected to perform material from throughout his career, from his debut album 2002’s Momentary Setback to his latest release, 2008’s Keep Coming Back, in addition to a preview of new songs.
Keep Coming Back was praised in publications from Philadelphia Daily News to Performing Songwriter to The New York Post.
Here’s what Vanity Fair thought of Keep Coming Back:
“Justin T., take note: Marc Broussard is the real blue-eyed, blond, Southern soul singer,” wrote Vanity Fair’s Lisa Robinson. “He’s been compared to Donnie Hathaway, Stevie Wonder, and Van Morrison, and his new album, Keep Coming Back, features the outstanding ‘Real Good Thing’ [a duet with LeAnn Rimes].”
Fan club pre-sale tickets are currently on sale with tickets available to the general public Aug. 14.
Prior to his fall tour, Broussard is performing at The Gap in New York, Aug. 20 and making an appearance at the Paola Roots Festival at Park Square in Paola, Kan., Aug. 29.
He’s also playing Rock Boat, a concert cruise that travels from Tampa. Fla., to Conzumel, Mexico, Jan. 7-11. In addition to Broussard, the cruise will include artists such as Sister Hazel, Augustana, Jim Bianco, Dexter Freebish, Carbon Leaf, Gaelic Storm and Green River Ordinance.
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