Friday, June 10, 2016

Amos Lee Releases New Single + Tour Dates

Amos Lee released his new single, "Vaporize", on June 3.  It's the first single from his upcoming album. I really like Amos Lee but, sorry, I'm just not feeling this song. Check it out below. You can pick it up HERE.

Saturday, September 10
1260 6th Avenue
New York, NY
Doors: 7PM / Show: 8PM

This is the first release from his forthcoming sixth full-length album and debut for John Varvatos Records/Republic Records. 

“Vaporize” indicates a distinct musical evolution for the critically acclaimed Philadelphia singer and songwriter. Driven by expansive production, elegant keys, and his unmistakable soulful delivery, the song immediately enchants and signals a bright new chapter for LEE.
AMOS comments on the release of the new single, “I wrote the verse and chorus of "Vaporize” one day.  Then put it on the shelf for a while until I heard “Studio” by ScHoolboy Q, which made me wanted to find a way to do something with that flavor in a room with a drummer and bass player.  Add to it live strings moods, and an incredible rhythm section, and you get the core of “Vaporize.” 

Label founder and namesake and fashion icon John Varvatos says, "I am extremely excited to have the opportunity to work with such an amazing talent . Amos is one of the great singer songwriters of our  generation , and his new album is groundbreaking ."

Tour Dates

  • September 6                 Burlington, VT              Flynn Center for the Arts
  • September 7                 Torrington, CT              Warner Theater
  • September 9                 Boston, MA                  Boston Opera House
  • September 10               New York, NY               Radio City Music Hall
  • September 11               Philadelphia, PA            Academy of Music
  • September 13               Washington, D.C.          Kennedy Center
  • September 14               Richmond, VA               The National
  • September 16               Nashville, TN                Ascend Amphitheatre*
  • September 17               Louisville, KY                Iroquois Amphitheatre
  • September 18               Asheville, NC                Thomas Wolfe Auditorium
  • September 20               Charlotte, NC                Ovens Auditorium
  • September 21               Durham, NC                 Durham Performing Arts Center
  • September 23               Atlanta, GA                  Cobb Energy Center
  • September 24               Memphis, TN                Orpheum Theater
  • September 26               Knoxville, TN                Tennessee Theater
  • September 27               Saint Louis, MO             The Pageant
  • September 28               Kansas City, MO            Uptown Theater
  • October 26                    Indianapolis, IN            Old National Centre - Murat Theatre
  • October 28                    Chicago, IL                  Chicago Theatre
  • October 29                    Milwaukee, WI             Riverside Theater
  • October 30                    Minneapolis, MN           Northrop Auditorium
  • November 1                  Des Moines, IA             Hoyt Sherman Theater
  • November 2                  Salina, KS                   Stiefel Theater for the Performing Arts
  • November 4                  Denver, CO                 The Buell Theater*
  • November 9                  San Diego, CA             Spreckels Theater
  • November 11                Los Angeles, CA           The Theater at The Ace Hotel
  • November 15                Oakland, CA                The Fox Theater
  • November 17                Eugene, OR                 McDonald Theater
  • November 18                Portland, OR                Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall
  • November 19                Seattle, WA                 Paramount Theatre