Hard Working Americans Plots Fall Tour

Todd Snider and the rest of the Hard Working Americans super group crew have some road work ahead of them. The fall tour routing includes a few gigs supporting Tedeschi Trucks Band.

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Sunshine Music Festival, Vinoy Waterfront Park, Saint Petersburg, Fla.

In addition to announcing the initial schedule, Hard Working Americans confirmed this week that the band’s second live album, We’re All In This Together, is due out Aug. 4. The project was recorded at a number of gigs last summer and included songs from the band’s self-titled debut and 2016 album, Rest In Chaos.

Check out Hard Working Americans’ cover of Chuck Berry’s “School Day (Ring! Ring! Goes the Bell)” below.

Catch the band next at High Sierra Music Festival in Quincy, Calif., next weekend. The fall tour begins Sept. 21 with an appearance with Tedeschi Trucks Band at Houston’s Hobby Center.

The new headline dates include Oklahoma City Sept. 24; Kansas City Sept. 26; St. Louis Sept. 27; Louisville, Ky., Sept. 29; and Raleigh, N.C., Oct. 1.

Hard Working Americans features Snider on lead vocals, Widespread Panic’s Dave Schools on bass and Duane Trucks on drums/percussion, Chris Robinson Brotherhood’s Neal Casal on guitar; Great American Taxi’s Chad Staehly on keyboards; and Jesse Aycock on guitar, lap steel.

This week’s announcement promises more dates will be added. Take a look at the confirmed schedule by visiting Hard Working Americans’ artist page.

Presales are ongoing. General onsales begin June 23.

Click here for Pollstar‘s 2016 Q&A with Snider.

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