Colin Hay Shares “A Man Without a Name”; New LP ‘Now and the Evermore’ Out Friday 3/18


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This Friday, March 18, Colin Hay will add to his solo catalog with a new record titled Now and the Evermore.

The third and final track shared ahead of the album’s release turned up earlier this week — listen to “A Man Without a Name” below:

“It was really just an idea I had whenever I played the little musical idea that I had initially, which was just like going from a major chord to a sixth,” said Hay on the story behind this latest song. “It just reminded me of Elvis. For some reason, I kept thinking about Elvis, but then I just had the idea of it being about Elvis as a ghost who is wandering around and knowing that he was very, very powerful and iconic, but wasn’t quite sure of all the details. I quite like that idea. And I think with a lot of songs, you put things out there and people travel down little different roads that the song takes them to. So it’s quite a vague idea that song in particular, it’s not about anything specific, it’s just like little ideas that perhaps people can make of it what they will.”

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“Love is Everywhere” was also shared previously:

As was the title track, which features Hay’s pal Ringo Starr on drums:

Speaking of Ringo, the Beatles legend recently announced 2022 tour plans for his All-Starr Band, which will again see Hay in the mix alongside Steve Lukather, Warren Ham, Hamish Stuart, Gregg Bissonette and Edgar Winter. Click here for more on that.

Colin Hay and his band also have a lengthy run of tour dates supporting this new album coming in the spring. The schedule:

March 18 – Fort Collins, CO @ The Lincoln Theater
March 19 – Denver, CO @ Paramount Theater
March 21 – Belleville, IL @ Lincoln Theatre
March 22 – Madison, WI @ Barrymore Theatre
March 24 – Minneapolis, MN @ Pantages Theatre
March 25 – Milwaukee, WI @ The Pabst Theater
March 26 – Chicago, IL @ Thalia Hall
March 27 – Royal Oak, MI @ Royal Oak Music Theatre
March 29 – Cincinnati, OH @ The Andrew J Brady Music Center
March 30 – Pittsburgh, PA @ Carnegie Music Hall
April 1 – Patchogue, NY @ Patchogue Theatre for the Performing Arts
April 2 – Washington, DC @ Lincoln Theatre
April 5 – Annapolis, MD @ Maryland Hall For the Creative Arts
April 6 – Glenside, PA @ Keswick Theatre
April 7 – Tarrytown, NY @ Tarrytown Music Hall
April 8 – Concord, NH @ Capitol Center for the Arts
April 9 – Boston, MA @ The Wilbur
April 10 – Boston, MA @ The Wilbur
April 12 – New York City, NY @ City Winery
April 13 – New York City, NY @ City Winery
April 14 – West Long Branch, NJ @ Monmouth University
April 21 – Clearwater, FL @ Capitol Theatre
April 22 – Fort Lauderdale, FL @ Amaturo Theater at Broward Center for the Performing Arts
April 23 – Orlando, FL @ The Plaza Live
April 24 – Ponte Vedra, FL @ Ponte Vedra Concert Hall
April 27 – Charleston, SC @ Charleston Music Hall
April 29 – Atlanta, GA @ Buckhead Theatre
May 1 – Nashville, TN @ City Winery Nashville
May 2 – Nashville, TN @ City Winery Nashville
May 4 – Birmingham, AL @ The Lyric Theatre
May 5 – Baton Rouge, LA @ Manship Theatre
May 6 – Houston, TX @ The Heights Theater
May 7 – Austin, TX @ Texas Union
May 8 – Dallas, TX @ Majestic Theatre
May 10 – Albuquerque, NM @ Albuquerque Journal Theatre
May 12 – Scottsdale, AZ @ Virginia G. Piper Theater



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