Dave Davies of The Kinks Touring In April
In Support Of New Album Decade
Playing New York City, Cleveland, Chicago and more
Founding member of The Kinks Dave Davies is touring the Northeast and Midwest this April in support of his latest album Decade, a collection of unreleased songs recorded in the 1970's. The album is currently out via Red River Entertainment/The Orchard and Green Amp Records.
Purchase and stream Decade here:
Decade has built substantial anticipation among music tastemakers since its announcement and the release of the 1973 track "Cradle To The Grave" which earned acclaim from Rolling Stone, Spin, Uncut and more. You can listen to the track HERE. The song "Same Old Blues" was subsequently premiered via Billboard who writes, "It was recorded in an exploratory fashion in the Kinks’ own recording studio, Konk, during downtime between touring and recording sessions - but Decade is satisfyingly fully formed." Davies also spoke with Consequence Of Sound about the origins of the track "This Precious Time (Long Lonely Road)."
Watch: Dave Davies - "This Precious Time (Long Lonely Road)"
A long-time inductee of the Rock ‘n’ Roll Hall of Fame, Dave Davies helped shape the landscape of rock and pop music across generations. A seasoned yet spontaneous rock-n-roll visionary, Davies was named one of Rolling Stone Magazine’s 100 Greatest Guitarists of All Time. See below for a full list of U.S. tour dates.
Spring Tour Dates:
4/09/19 - Collingswood, NJ - Scottish Rite Auditorium
4/10/19 - Derry, NH - Tupelo Music Hall
4/12/19 - New York, NY - Society for Ethical Culture
4/13/19 - Red Bank, NJ - Count Basie Center for the Arts
4/14/19 - Westbury, NY - The Space
4/18/19 - Cleveland, OH - Music Box
4/19/19 - Hobart, IN - Art Theatre
4/20/19 - Evanston, IL - The Space
4/21/19 - Chicago, IL - City Winery