Elvis Costello and the Imposters Announce ‘Just Trust’ Tour for the Fall

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Elvis Costello is currently preparing for a summer run with Blondie, but the iconic singer/songwriter is already looking ahead to his next tour with the Imposters.

This fall, Costello and his band will head out on the Just Trust tour, its name a message to fans eager to find out which songs from his heralded career Costello will play each night.

Said the band in the news release;

The tour is entitled, “Just Trust” in answer to the musical questions: “Will they play my favourite song?,” or, “Are they going to frighten the horses with a lot of excellent songs that are rarely performed?,” not to mention, “Can I expect the hits of yesteryear and those of tomorrow?”

To which we say: Just Trust Elvis Costello and The Imposters.

This superlative ensemble – Steve Nieve on keyboards, Pete Thomas on drums, and bass and vocalist Davey Faragher – are once again augmented by singers Kitten Kuroi and Briana Lee, all of whom were heard on the acclaimed 2018 Concord Records release, ‘Look Now,’ numbers from which will surely find their rightful place among the highlights from one of the most formidable song catalogues in popular music.

Despite his recent anomalous inclusion in the Queen’s Birthday Honour’s List, Elvis Costello O.B.E. will not be putting on the airs, but putting on the style for this unique evening of song and mischief.

Get it while you can.

Just Trust Elvis Costello and The Imposters.

Here are the dates for the Just Trust tour from Elvis Costello and the Imposters:

10/23 – Charlottesville, VA @ Sprint Pavilion
10/24 – Hershey, PA @ The Hershey Theatre
10/26 – Ithaca, NY @ State Theatre
10/27 – Burlington, VT @ Flynn Center for the Performing Arts
10/29 – Port Chester, NY @ Capitol Theatre*
10/30 – Port Chester, NY @ Capitol Theatre*
11/1 – Norfolk, VA @ The NorVa
11/2 – Greensboro, NC @ Piedmont Hall
11/4 – Nashville, TN @ Ryman Auditorium
11/5 – Atlanta, GA @ Coca-Cola Roxy
11/7 – Fort Lauderdale, FL @ Broward Center for Performing Arts
11/8 – St. Augustine, FL @ St. Augustine Amphitheatre
11/10 – St. Petersburg, FL @ Mahaffey Theater
11/11 – Orlando, FL – Hard Rock Live
11/13 – New Orleans, LA – Saenger Theatre
11/15 – Memphis, TN @ Graceland Soundstage
11/16 – Carmel, IN @ Center for Performing Arts**
11/17 – Louisville, KY @ The Palace Theatre
11/19 – Cincinnati, OH @ Taft Theatre
11/20 – Ann Arbor, MI @ Michigan Theatre
11/22 – Chicago, IL @ Chicago Theatre***
11/23 – Minneapolis, MN @ State Theatre***
11/24 – Madison, WI @ The Orpheum Theater
11/26 – Milwaukee, WI @ Miller High Life Theatre

* on-sale June 28th at 12pm local time
** on-sale August 9th at 10am local time
*** on-sale July 12th at 10am local time

Regarding Costello’s previous health scare, which led to some cancelled dates in 2018, he recently told us that it was all a bit over-exaggerated:

“I would’ve not said anything about it, because I didn’t want to worry my family or my friends that I don’t speak to every day. It kind of sharpened me a little bit, because you don’t know the future. But then I had it taken care of, and thought I was all back, in terms of my strength — because the operation does knock you out a little bit — and I just miscalculated. I was in the middle of a tour in Europe and I realized that I couldn’t do my best. Once I let the rest of the dates go, I had to offer a coherent explanation, rather than just be thought of as being flaky.

“Unfortunately, some of the reports were twisted a little bit to make it sound like it was a much more serious situation. It was really just a question of missed timing in the recovery.”

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