Additions: Wilco, Martina McBride, The Decemberists

Wilco now has gigs booked through July … Martina McBride adds more stops to her “Everlasting Tour” … The Decemberists announces another batch of U.S. dates.

With 20 years to celebrate, it’s no wonder Wilco keeps adding shows to its itinerary. New cities on the band’s anniversary tour include St. Louis, Cincinnati, Louisville and Kansas City.

During the past two decades Wilco has released eight studio albums. Its most recent is 2011’s The Whole Love. The group put out its first-ever compilation sets in November. The 4-CD/4-LP/digital Alpha Mike Foxtrot features rare studio and live recordings. What’s Your 20 is a 2-CD/digital compilation of tracks selected from the band’s previously released studio recordings.

Here’s Wilco’s schedule, with the new dates bolded:

April 22 – Dallas, Texas, McFarlin Memorial Auditorium   
April 23 – Houston, Texas, Bayou Music Center      
April 24 – New Orleans, La., Fairgrounds Racecourse (New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival)     
April 26 – Tallahassee, Fla., Capital City Amphitheater At Cascades Park  
April 28 – Orlando, Fla., Hard Rock Cafe / Hard Rock Live          
May 1 – Saint Augustine, Fla., St. Augustine Amphitheatre (Gamble Rogers Folk Festival)
May 4 – St. Louis, Mo., The Pageant         
May 5 – Cincinnati, Ohio, Taft Theatre    
May 7 – Indianapolis, Ind., Murat Theatre           
May 8 – Louisville, Ky., Iroquois Amphitheater
July 14 – Morrison, Colo., Red Rocks Amphitheatre

July 15 – Kansas City, Mo., Crossroads-KC

Steve Gunn supports all of the new dates.

Wilco will also be making an appearance at Atlanta’s Shaky Knees Festival and its very own Solid Sound Festival in North Adams, Mass. Neither festival has announced its daily lineups yet.

As for the new headline dates, a presale is ongoing now. Tickets go on sale to the general public Friday, Feb. 6 at 10 a.m. local time. Visit for more information.

Martina McBride’s “Everlasting Tour” is really living up to its name. She’s just announced more than a half dozen gigs from February to October.

Of course, the trek actually takes its name from the country singer’s latest album, Everlasting. The 2014 LP is made up of covers of soul and R&B songs like “If You Don’t Know Me By Now,” “I’ve Been Loving You Too Long” and “To Know Him Is To Love Him.”

Photo: Jason Moore
CMA Music Festival, LP Field, Nashville, Tenn.

“The band and I are having so much fun on this EVERLASTING TOUR!” McBride says. “I really wanted to put together a show that is as visually entertaining as it is musically entertaining. The addition of the horn section and singers adds so much energy to what we do. We are enjoying the fresh take on our hits of the last 20 plus years as well as being able to play so much of the new album because it’s familiar music to my fans. I think we are all wishing this tour really would last forever!”

In other McBride news, she recently signed a new record deal with Nash Icon Records, a joint venture label between the Big Machine Label Group and Cumulus.

Check out the routing below. Once again, for your convenience, the new dates are bolded.

Feb. 10 – Midwest City, Okla., Hudiburg Chevrolet Center       
Feb. 12 – Davenport, Iowa, RiverCenter / Adler Theatre     
Feb. 13 – Brookings, S.D., Swiftel Center    
Feb. 26 – Coachella, Calif., Spotlight 29 Casino Showroom            
March 26 – Austin, Texas, The Expo Center (Rodeo Austin)
March 27 – Biloxi, Miss., Beau Rivage Resort & Casino      
March 28 – Fort Worth, Texas, Billy Bob’s Texas    
May 15 – Merrillville, Ind., Star Plaza Theatre     
May 16 – Wisconsin Dells, Wis., Crystal Grand Theatre

June 6 – Chattanooga, Tenn., Riverbend Festival Grounds (Riverbend Festival)    
June 18 – Burlington, Iowa, Burlington Steamboat Days Grounds (Burlington Steamboat Days)
July 3 – North Myrtle Beach, S.C., Alabama Theatre
July 22 – Helena, Mont., Lewis & Clark County Fairgrounds (Last Chance Stampede)
July 25 – Medicine Hat, Alberta, Stampede Grounds (Medicine Hat Stampede)    
July 28 – Rock Springs, Wyo., Sweetwater Events Complex (Sweetwater County Fair)         
Aug. 13 – Aberdeen, S.D., Brown County Fairgrounds (Brown County Fair)        
Oct. 2 – Minot, N.D., All Seasons Arena (Norsk Hostfest)

A post on McBride’s website says more dates will be announced in the coming weeks.

Tickets for many dates are on sale now. Contact your local venue and for more details.

The new leg of The Decemberists’ dates includes gigs with Spoon and Father John Misty. The indie rock band is supporting its latest album, What a Terrible World, What a Beautiful World, which was just released a few weeks ago. The band’s hometown of Portland, Ore., celebrated the release date by declaring Jan. 20 “Decemberists Day.”

Following a European tour, the U.S. tour kicks off in Portland March 21. As you might have guessed, the new dates are bolded. Here’s the plan.

March 21 – Portland, Ore., Keller Auditorium
March 24 – Minneapolis, Minn., Northrop Auditorium      
March 25 – Milwaukee, Wis., Riverside Theatre     
March 27 – Chicago, Ill., Chicago Theatre  
March 28 – Royal Oak, Mich., Royal Oak Music Theatre 
March 30 – Toronto, Ontario, Massey Hall
March 31 – Pittsburgh, Pa., Benedum Center        
April 1 – Buffalo, N.Y., UB Center For The Arts 
April 3 – Boston, Mass., House Of Blues Boston  
April 4 – Boston, Mass., House Of Blues Boston  
April 6 – New York, N.Y., Beacon Theatre
April 7 – Philadelphia, Pa., Academy Of Music    
April 9 – Charlotte, N.C., Fillmore Charlotte
April 10 – Atlanta, Ga., The Tabernacle    
April 11 – Atlanta, Ga., The Tabernacle    
April 12 – Knoxville, Tenn., various venues (Rhythm & Blooms Festival) 
April 13 – Nashville, Tenn., Ryman Auditorium
April 29 – Mesa, Ariz., Mesa Arts Center     
April 30 – San Diego, Calif., The North Park Theatre
May 1 – Berkeley, Calif., Greek Theatre       
May 2 – Los Angeles, Calif., Greek Theatre
May 22 – Bend, Ore., Les Schwab Amphitheater
May 24 – Missoula, Mont., Big Sky Brewing Company   

May 27 – Morrison, Colo., Red Rocks Amphitheatre      
May 29 – Papillion, Neb., Sumtur Amphitheater  
May 30 – St. Louis, Mo., Peabody Opera House   
May 31 – Columbus, Ohio, The LC Pavilion        
June 1 – Charlottesville, Va., Ntelos Wireless Pavilion     
June 3 – Raleigh, N.C., Red Hat Amphitheater    
June 4 – Columbia, Md., Merriweather Post Pavilion

July 10 – Troutdale, Ore., McMenamins Edgefield Amphitheater

The Minus 5 supports March 21. Alvvays joins the tour March 24 through April 11 and April 13. Lucius supports April 29 through May 2. May 22 is a co-headline gig with Spoon, with support from The Districts. The Decemberists team up with Spoon once again May 27. That co-bill date features support from Courtney Barnett. Father John Misty takes the stage June 4.

Decemberists also appears at Governors Ball in New York. The June 5-7 festival has not announced its daily schedule yet.

A presale for the new dates is ongoing now. The public onsale starts Friday, Feb. 6. Visit for more info.