New Release & Tour: Jamestown Revival – San Isabel / This Too Shall Pass

Jamestown Revival’s new album, San Isabel, will be released June 14th

In advance of the release, the band’s new song, “This Too Shall Pass,” has been unveiled, alongside an acoustic performance video of the song, featuring band members Jonathan Clay and Zach Chance

Take a listen below…

Co-produced by Jamestown Revival and Jamie Mefford (Nathaniel Rateliff, Gregory Alan Isakov), the album was recorded at Ward Lodge Studios overlooking the San Isabel National Forest in Buena Vista, Colorado and includes 10 new songs co-written by Clay and Chance as well as a rendition of The Mama & The Papas’ 1965 classic, “California Dreamin’”

In addition to Clay (vocals, electric guitar, acoustic guitar, harmonica, banjo, steel guitar, bass), Chance (vocals, acoustic guitar) and Mefford (juno, acoustic guitar, banjo, background vocals), San Isabel also features Nick Bearden (bass guitar), Ed Benrock (drums, percussion, background vocals), Psyche Dunkhase (cello), John Gringsby (bass), Dan Reckard (wurlitzer, organ, piano, accordion) and Rachel Sliker (violin, viola)

Of the inspiration behind the album, Clay comments, “We wrote this record with sort of an overarching theme, which is cutting out the noise for a minute and maybe stepping away from social media, from the internet and from the complicated, busy nature of most of our lives—and focusing on existing for a minute. If this record inspires people to do a little bit of that, then we would be really happy with that result”

In celebration of the release, the band will embark on an extensive headline tour this spring kicking off at Houston’s Heights Theatre on April 28…

April 13—Fredericksburg, TX—The Western
April 28—Houston, TX—The Heights Theater*
April 30—Mobile, AL—Soul Kitchen*
May 1—Birmingham, AL—Saturn*
May 2—Nashville, TN—The Basement East*
May 3—Atlanta, GA—Terminal West*
May 5—Lexington, KY—The Burl*
May 6—Asheville, NC—The Grey Eagle*
May 7—Greensboro, NC—Blind Tiger*
May 9—New York, NY—Bowery Ballroom*
May 10—Boston, MA—Brighton Music Hall*
May 11—Washington, DC—Sixth & I Historic Synagogue*
May 12—Portland, ME—Port City Music Hall†
May 14—Richmond, VA—The Broadberry*
May 15—Philadelphia, PA—The Foundry*
May 17—Cleveland, OH—Beachland Ballroom*
May 18—Columbus, OH—A&R Music Bar*
June 17—West Hollywood, CA—Troubadour‡
June 19—Solana Beach, CA—Belly Up Tavern‡
June 20—West Hollywood, CA—Troubadour‡
June 21—West Hollywood, CA—Troubadour‡
June 22—San Francisco, CA—The Independent‡
June 24—Portland, OR—Mississippi Studios‡
June 25—Seattle, WA—Neumos‡
June 26—Missoula, MT—Top Hat‡
June 28—Salt Lake City, UT—The State Room‡
June 29—Denver, CO—Bluebird Theatre‡
June 30—Aspen, CO—Belly Up Aspen‡
July 1—Telluride, CO—Club Red‡
July 13—Whitefish, MT—The Barns at Big Mountain Ranch
August 1—Tulsa, OK—The Vanguard‡
August 2—Omaha, NE—The Waiting Room Lounge‡
August 3—Minneapolis, MN—Fine Line Music Café §
August 4—Milwaukee, WI—The Back Room @ Colectivo §
August 6—Indianapolis, IN—The Hi Fi §
August 9—Chicago, IL—Lincoln Hall §
August 10—Springfield, IL—Boondocks §
August 11—St. Louis, MO—Delmar Hall §
August 15—Dallas, TX—Kessler Theater‡
August 16—New Braunfels, TX—Gruene Hall‡
August 17—Austin, TX—Scoot Inn‡

* with special guest The Cordovas
† with special guest Chris Ross and The North
‡ with special guest Ian Noe
§ with special guest John Craigie


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