Nicki Bluhm & The Gramblers To Roll Through September

Milwaukee, Chicago, Atlanta and New York are just a few of the cities hosting Nicki Bluhm & The Gramblers as the band returns to the road in support of “Loved Wild Lost.”

Bluhm and her Gramblers have been receiving raves for their latest LP. 

“Shining, triumphant, anything but worse for the wear, the ground broken by Haim and Grace Potter is now sown with vaster influences, bringing a churchy elevation that suggests Levon Helm in an angel’s body,” wrote Paste Magazine’s Holly Gleason. Love Wild Lost is an album that gently pushes boundaries on the group’s established country pop while reaffirming a commitment to easy rolling melodies and Bluhm’s inviting, honeyed vocals that remains their most impressive asset,” is how American Songwriter’s Hal Horowitz described the LP.

The band recently debuted the video for the song “Waiting On Love,” which stars real-life couple Jason Ritter (“Parenthood,” “The Event,” “Girls”) and Melanie Lynskey (“Togetherness,” “Two and a Half Men.”) The vid telling a tale global attack was written and directed by Todd Hurvitz and was produced by Kyle Schember.

Nicki Bluhm & The Gramblers’ upcoming trek launches with a slew of festival appearances taking them into mid-August when they begin headlining individual venues.  Here are the dates:

July 3 – Quincy, Calif., Plumas County Fairgounds (High Sierra Music Festival) 
July 11 – Felton, Calif., Roaring Camp (Santa Cruz Mountains Sol Fest)
July 12 – San Luis Obispo, Calif., El Chorro Regional Park (Seven Sisters Festival)
July 18 – North Plains, Ore., Horning’s Hideout (Northwest String Summit)
July 19 – Beaver, Utah, Eagle Point Ski Resort (Roots Of The Rocks)
July 23 – Floyd, Va., FloydFest
July 24 – Floyd, Va., FloydFest
Aug. 8 – Portland, Maine, Eastern Promenade (Portland Lights Music Festival)
Aug. 13 – Victor, Idaho, Victor City Park (Music On Main)
Aug. 15 – Lyons, Colo., Planet Bluegrass Ranch (Rocky Mountain Folks Fest)
Aug. 17 – Omaha, Neb., Reverb Lounge
Aug. 19 – Minneapolis, Minn., Cedar Cultural Center
Aug. 20 – Madison, Wis., Majestic Theatre
Aug. 21 – Milwaukee, Wis., Shank Hall
Aug. 22 – Chicago, Ill., Lincoln Hall
Aug. 25 – Fairfield, Conn., Fairfield Theatre StageOne
Aug. 26 – Pawling, N.Y., Daryl’s House
Aug. 27 – Cambridge, Mass., The Sinclair
Aug. 28 – New York, N.Y., The Bowery Ballroom
Aug. 29 – Philadelphia, Pa., World Cafe Live
Aug. 30 – Washington, D.C., The Hamilton Live
Sept. 1 – Charlottesville, Va., The Southern
Sept. 2 – Carrboro, N.C.,  Cat’s Cradle
Sept. 3 – Atlanta, Ga., Terminal West
Sept. 4 – Charleston, S.C., The Pour House
Sept. 5 – Saint Augustine, Fla., Various Venues (Celebrate 450!)
Sept. 9 – Albuquerque, N.M., Launchpad
Sept. 11 – Phoenix, Ariz., Valley Bar
Sept. 18 – Del Mar, Calif., Del Mar Racetrack (Kaaboo)
Sept. 19 – West Hollywood, Calif., Troubadour
Sept. 20 – Lotus, Calif., Henningsen Lotus Park (American River Music Festival)

Appearing with Andrew Combs Aug. 19 & 21-30; JJ Grey & Mofro Aug. 20 & Sept. 5; and  John Moreland Sept. 1-3.

General onsales for select dates begin June 12. Click here for more info.