Join The Wood Brothers In Paradise

The Wood Brothers, those folksters from Boulder, Colo., are back to their rambling ways with new U.S. tour dates for the fall, on top of what is already a busy summer. The boys will be playing tunes from the latest, “Paradise” album.

The new dates are from Oct. 6 in Birmingham, Ala., to Nov. 12 in Cleveland, Ohio. Some notable venues on the itinerary are the  in Chicago, which the guys sold out last year, and the  in Durham, N.C.

The Wood Brothers can also be seen at a bunch of festivals and solo shows throughout the summer. The group is at  in Floyd, Va.,  in Cincinnati, and will be playing a free show at  in Brooklyn, N.Y. at Prospect Park Bandshell July 16.

There are no West Coast dates planned right now, and the fall headline tour moves mostly through the South and Midwest, with a few shows more towards the Northeast.

The group’s newest album released last year, and incorporated more electric instrumentation than any previous work. The band currently consists of Oliver Wood on guitar, Chris Wood on bass, and Jano Rix on guitar and a number of other instruments. Chris is also known for his work with jazz powerhouse .

Here is the full routing for The Wood Brothers, with the new dates in bold:

July 14 – Oak Hill, N.Y., Walsh Farm (Grey Fox Bluegrass Festival)
July 15 – La Fayette, N.Y., 1911 Tasting Room at Beak & Skiff Apple Orchards
July 16 – Brooklyn, N.Y., Prospect Park Bandshell
July 23 – Ozark, Ark., Byrd’s Adventure Center (Homegrown Music Festival)
July 28 – Greenville, S.C., Peace Center Concert Hall
July 29 – Floyd, Va., FloydFest
July 30 – Floyd, Va., FloydFest
Aug. 5 – Los Angeles, Calif., Fig at 7th
Aug. 7 – Ninilchik, Alaska, Kenai Peninsula Fairgrounds (Salmonfest)
Aug. 17 – Brooklyn, N.Y., Prescott Park
Aug. 18 – Brownfield, Maine, Stone Mountain Arts Center
Aug. 19 – Woodstock, N.Y., Levon Helm Studios
Aug. 20 – Schwenksville, Pa., Old Pool Farm (Philadelphia Folk Festival)
Aug. 27 – Black Mountain, N.C., Pisgah Brewing Co. / Outdoor Stage (Jam In The Trees)
Sept. 17 – Canton, Mass., Prowse Farm (The New England Festy)
Sept. 18 – Burlington, Vt., Waterfront Park (Grand Point North Festival)
Sept. 25 – Cincinnati, Ohio, Various Venues (Midpoint Music Festival)      
Oct. 6 – Birmingham, Ala., Iron City
Oct. 7 – Atlanta, Ga., The Buckhead Theatre
Oct. 8 – Macon, Ga., Cox Capitol Theatre
Oct. 11 – Charleston, S.C., Charleston Music Hall 
Oct. 12 – Durham, N.C., Carolina Theatre
Oct. 13 – Charlotte, N.C., Neighborhood Theatre
Oct. 14 – Live Oak, Fla., Spirit Of The Suwannee Music Park (Suwannee Roots Revival)
Nov. 2 – Bloomington, Ill., The Castle Theatre
Nov. 3 – Chicago, Ill., Vic Theatre
Nov. 4 – Minneapolis, Minn., Varsity Theater
Nov. 5 – Stoughton, Wis., Stoughton Opera House
Nov. 6 – Milwaukee, Wis., Turner Hall Ballroom
Nov. 9 – Millvale, Pa., Mr. Small’s Theatre
Nov. 10 – York, Pa., Strand-Capitol Perf. Arts Center
Nov. 11 – Buffalo, N.Y., The Town Ballroom     
Nov. 12 – Cleveland, Ohio, Beachland Ballroom

Tickets to some of the new shows are available now, but the rest will go on sale July 15. Visit for the latest on the band and its tour.