NIKKI LANE CONFIRMS FALL AND WINTER HEADLINE TOUR DATES

TICKETS ON SALE JULY 29
NEW ALBUM DENIM & DIAMONDS OUT SEPTEMBER 23 VIA NEW WEST RECORDS
press photo, credit: Jody Domingue
July 26, 2022—Today, Nashville vocalist and songwriter Nikki Lane confirms fall and winter headlining tour dates around her forthcoming album, Denim & Diamonds, out September 23 via New West Records—see full routing below and pre-order the album here. Tickets for Lane’s headline tour will be available beginning Friday, July 29—more info here.
Lane has shared two offerings from Denim & Diamonds—“Black Widow” and “First High,” praised by Rolling Stone as “an amped-up ode to chasing that reckless feeling of youthful excitement…propelled by a muscular backbeat and driving bass.”
Denim & Diamonds was born out of a moment of careful consideration in Lane’s career—when several years of touring behind her last album came to an end and the early days of the pandemic forced everyone inside, Lane knew it was time to find inspiration somewhere new. Lane enlisted Queens of the Stone Age frontman Joshua Homme to help her bring Denim & Diamonds to life, with whom she assembled a studio band of big-budget talent consisting of his Queens of the Stone Age collaborators Alain Johannes on guitar, Dean Fertita on organ and Michael Shuman on bass, as well as drummers Matt Helders of Arctic Monkeys and Carla Azar of Autolux. With Homme’s help, Lane transformed the seeds of ideas she had for years into an album that nods to her wide-ranging influences, from the psychedelia of The 13th Floor Elevators to traditional country stalwarts like Loretta Lynn. Denim & Diamonds was a chance for Lane to take stock of her first decade as a songwriter as she traces her origin story from her religious youth in South Carolina to Nashville Rebel.
Raised as a Baptist in Greenville, South Carolina, Lane discovered music as an outlet for creative expression at an early age, dropping out of school at 17 to move to Los Angeles, then New York, and then Nashville to launch her songwriting career. She has released three albums—her 2011 debut Walk of Shame, 2014’s All or Nothin’ and Highway Queen from 2017. Aside from steadily releasing new music of her own and touring the world, she was featured on “Breaking Up Slowly” on Lana Del Rey’s 2021 album Chemtrails Over the Country Club and contributed to Spiritualized’s Everything Was Beautiful.
NIKKI LANE—DENIM & DIAMONDS
1. First High
2. Denim & Diamonds
3. Faded
4. Born Tough
5. Try Harder
6. Good Enough
7. Live/Love
8. Black Widow
9. Pass It Down
10. Chimayo
NIKKI LANE LIVE
August 3                                                     Boulder, CO                                                Fox Theatre
August 19                                                  Charlotte, NC                           QC Jam Session Festival
September 2                                                Weston, CO                            Caveman Music Festival
September 11                                              Pelham, TN                                              The Caverns*
September 24                                            Lincoln, NE                           Lincoln Calling Festival
September 25                                         Fayetteville, AR                   George’s Majestic Lounge
September 27                                            Jackson, MS                                               Duling Hall
September 28                                           Memphis, TN                                            1884 Lounge
September 29                                             St. Louis, MO                                            Off Broadway
September 30                                           La Cygne, KS                                   Firewater Festival
October 2                                               Indianapolis, IN                                          HI-FI Annex
October 3                                                Lexington, KY                                                  The Burl
October 4                                                 Louisville, KY                                                 Zanzabar
October 5                                                   Bristol, TN               Paramount Center for the Arts
October 6                                                   Raleigh, NC                                          Lincoln Theatre
October 8                                             North Charleston, SC      Riverfront Revival Music Festival
October 9                                                   Atlanta, GA                                                    The Earl
October 15                                              Los Angeles, CA                                       Greek Theater†
October 19                                            Baton Rouge, LA                                 Manship Theatre
October 20                                                Houston, TX                                    Last Concert Café
October 21                                                  Austin, TX                                       The White Horse
October 22                                            New Braunfels, TX                   Whitewater Amphitheater‡
October 23                                                  Dallas, TX                                Studio at The Factory
October 26                                          Oklahoma City, OK                         Beer City Music Hall
October 27                                                Lubbock, TX                                The Blue Light Live
October 28                                             Albuquerque, NM                 Revel Entertainment Center†
October 29                                                    Mesa, AZ                                    Mesa Amphitheatre†
November 5                                            Spicewood, TX                                         Lucktoberfest
November 29                                            Asheville, NC                                       The Gray Eagle
November 30                                        Rocky Mount, VA         Harvester Performance Center
December 1                                          Washington, D.C.                                      The Black Cat
December 2                                             New York, NY                                   Bowery Ballroom
December 3                                              Ardmore, PA                               Ardmore Music Hall
December 4                                               Boston, MA                                 Brighton Music Hall
December 6                                               Toronto, ON                                    Horseshoe Tavern
December 8                                             Pittsburgh, PA       Thunderbird Café and Music Hall
December 9                                             Cleveland, OH            Beachland Ballroom & Tavern
December 10                                           Columbus, OH                                     A&R Music Bar
December 11                                            Newport, KY                The Southgate House Revival
December 12                                              Detroit, MI                                                       El Club
December 14                                             Evanston, IL                                                      SPACE
December 15                                            Madison, WI                                    High Noon Saloon
December 16                                          Milwaukee, WI                                             Shank Hall
December 17                                         Minneapolis, MN                                               Fine Line
December 18                                           Des Moines, IA                                                   Wooly’s
New date
* with Spiritualized
† with Midland
‡ with Turnpike Troubadours

 

 

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