Gary Clark Jr. Keeping Busy with Fall 2022 Tour, New Album and ‘Elvis’ Cameo Appearance


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This fall, four-time Grammy Award-winning musician/guitarist Gary Clark Jr. will head out on a headlining tour of North America, a run of shows that includes a handful of high-profile festival appearances for the acclaimed songwriter.

The schedule of shows:

Sep 09 Birmingham, AL Avondale Brewery
Sep 11 St. Louis, MO Music at Intersection
Sep 13 Northfield, OH MGM Northfield Park
Sep 15 Portland, ME State Theatre Summer Concert Series at Thompson’s Point
Sep 16 Queens, NY Forest Hills Stadium *Big Climate Pledge event
Sep 17 Asbury Park, NJ Sea.Hear.Now Festival
Sep 20 Huntington, NY Paramount Theater
Sep 21 Hershey, PA Hershey Theater
Sep 23 Ithaca, NY State Theatre
Sep 24 North Adams, MA FreshGrass Festival
Sep 25 Bridgeport, CT Sound on Sound Music & Arts Festival
Sep 27 Wilmington, DE Copeland Hall at The Grand
Sep 28 Charlottesville, VA Ting Pavilion
Sep 30 Milwaukee, WI Riverside Theater
Oct 01 Madison, WI The Sylvee
Oct 02 Omaha, NE The Admiral
Oct 04 Salt Lake City, UT Sandy Amphitheater
Oct 05 Garden City, ID Revolution Concert House
Oct 06 Reno, NV Grand Sierra Resort & Casino – Grand Theater
Oct 08 Sonoma, CA Harvest Music Festival
Oct 09 Wheatland, CA Hard Rock Live

Over the years, Gary Clark Jr. has amassed a global audience of peers and fans enamored with his passionate playing and songwriting. Recently, he also appeared in director Baz Luhrmann’s smash-hit biopic Elvis, portraying Arthur “Big Boy” Crudup in a scene alongside Col. Tom Parker (portrayed by Tom Hanks).

He’s also spent some time touring the world in support of Guns N’ Roses — playing massive venues all over the globe.

 

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Beyond that, Clark was also the music director behind Jon Stewart’s acceptance event of the Mark Twain Prize for American Humor in the Kennedy Center Concert Hall — during which, Clark and Bruce Springsteen performed “Come Together”:

All this to say: Gary Clark Jr. is a busy man.

Stay tuned for more, including his fourth full-length album, which will be the follow-up to 2019’s This Land, which won the 2020 Grammy for Best Contemporary Blues Album.



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