Tag Archives: Tour
Tom will be playing a special hometown show with theGreater Grand Forks Symphony Orchestra on Sunday September 16th as part of the Greenway Takeover. This unique performance will be Free to the public. If you’re in Grand Forks, … Read more
You can see and hear Tom Bosseau in a variety of listening room settings this August in Oregon, Washington and Northern CA. Some tour stops will be brand new to Tom and others are old stomping grounds, either way you … Read more
Tom Brosseau West Coast tour 2018. Washington, Oregon, California. All stops listed below. Joining Tom is the wonderful Shelley Short. Audiences can expect a great night of ramblings and musical entertainment. Tom will unveil brand new songs, as well as … Read more
This week Tom begins a month of touring throughout Europe and he’s bringing the new record “North Dakota Impressions” with him!
drawing by Mayon Hanania
“Brosseau’s voice and tender way with words remains at the forefront of everything his gentle … Read more
This June and July, Tom Brosseau will be supporting the great Texas singer-songwriter Robert Ellis on a tour of the Southern United States, East Coast, and the Midwest.
Brosseau & Ellis met earlier this year, while performing at the Cayamo … Read more
Just announced! Tom Brosseau will join the great, talented sister and brother duo Sara Watkins and Sean Watkins on select dates as they make the rounds this summer across America in support of their new self-titled album, Watkins Family Hour… Read more
Hitting the wide open and big beyond!
Bring all your best mates and teach them how to jive.
3.28 RENO, NV
BE CALM HONCHO(SF)//NICK MINOR(RNO) at MONOLITH
3.29 BOISE, ID
Treefort Music Fest
10pm – Neurolux
3.31 BELLINGHAM, WA
The … Read more
Tom Brosseau recently returned from the Newport Folk Festival where he and Becky Stark joined John C. Reilly for a series of shows associated with the festival. The picture is of Tom joining Jack White, The Milk Carton Kids, John … Read more
“The music landscape for songs about California—and lately, most songs with guitars about anything—consists of unintelligible lyrics that are blown out with reverb, consequently sounding like the band is trapped … Read more