Capping off a busy summer of festival appearances that included a pair of Bonnaroo sets, Drew Holcomb and The Neighbors are excited about their upcoming Fall headlining run, the Good Light Tour.  The nearly two-month long trek kicks off on September 26th in Indianapolis and is preceded by a week of West Coast dates with the legendary John Hiatt, a performance alongside Mumford and Sons at their Gentlemen of the Road Stopover series in Guthrie, OK on September 6th, as well as a performance at this year’s Americana Music Festival in Nashville on September 18th.  The Good Light Tour will have the band visiting over 25 cities across the US including Chicago, Denver, and New York and will include a hometown show in Nashville at the Cannery Ballroom on November 8th.


To celebrate the tour and help spread the word on who’s joining Drew Holcomb and The Neighbors for this fall run, the band partnered up with Noisetrade to offer the Good Light Tour Sampler.  A compilation showcasing tracks from Good Light along with select songs from each of the tour’s openers; Emily Hearn, David Ramirez, Caleb, The Saint Johns, and Judah and the Lion. The sampler is available for pay-what-you-want with all proceeds being donated to Blood:Water Mission.  Blood:Water Mission is a grassroots organization that empowers communities to work together against the HIV/AIDS and water crises in Africa.  They have partnered with over 1,000 communities in Africa, providing life-saving water and health needs for over 800,000 people in 13 different countries.


The Good Light Tour is just the latest tour in a series of dates, festivals and tours in support of Good Light, the band’s most recent full-length album released on February 26th, 2013 on Good Time Records.  Recorded in Memphis, TN at Ardent Studios, the new album marked the group’s highest debut on the Billboard 200 and hit #1 on the iTunes Singer/Songwriter chart.  It also earned the group critical accolades with WXPN’s Bruce Warren writing “Holcomb is a soulful and rootsy singer-songwriter deserving of a wider audience” and Paste weighing in with “Good Light displays Holcomb’s strength as a songwriter.”


In addition to the tour and tour sampler, the band recently announced the launch of their Spread Good Light campaign which was inspired by hearing from fans about their stories of sacrifice, suffering, and redemption in the face of hardship.  Spread Good Light encourages people to get involved by offering up their time and energy, donating resources to a cause, or volunteering in any capacity and to share these stories of “Good Light” with them and fellow fans by using the tag #goodlight on Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, and all over social media.


“Good Light,” the title track and first single off of Good Light is impacting AAA and Non-Comm radio right now. Be sure to catch Drew Holcomb and The Neighbors on tour this fall with all confirmed dates below and for the most up to date information, check out http://www.drewholcomb.com/.


Drew Holcomb and The Neighbors Confirmed Tour Dates

(*-with John Hiatt)


August 22nd @ Wolf Den @ Mohegan Sun in Uncasville, CT

August 24th @ Revival Festival in Birmingham, AL

August 29th @ Lincoln Theater in Raleigh, NC

September 6th @ Mumford & Sons Gentlemen of the Road Stopover in Guthrie, OK

September 7th @ Cain’s in Tulsa, OK

September 9th @ Rio Theatre in Santa Cruz, CA*

September 11th @ Uptown Theatre in Napa, CA*

September 12th @ Crest Theatre in Sacramento, CA*

September 13th @ Grand Sierra in Reno, NV*

September 26th @ Radio Radio in Indianapolis, IN

September 27th @ Lincoln Hall in Chicago, IL

September 28th @ Triple Rock Club in Minneapolis, MN

September 29th @ The Frequency in Madison, WI

September 30th @ The Ark in Ann Arbor, MI

October 2nd@ The Basement in Columbus, OH

October 3rd @ Old Rock House in St. Louis, MO

October 4th @ Bottleneck in Lawrence, KS

October 5th @ Soiled Dove in Denver, CO

October 10th @ Handle Bar in Greenville, SC

October 11th @ Center Stage in Atlanta, GA

October 12th @ Soapbox in Wilmington, NC

October 17th @ The Southern in Charlottesville, VA

October 18th @ The Music Farm in Charleston, SC

October 24th @ Cultural Center of East Alabama in Auburn, AL

October 25th @ Bijou Theater in Knoxville, TN

October 26th @ New Daisy Theater in Memphis, TN

October 29th @ Kirk Ave Music Hall in Roanoke, VA

October 30th @ The Hamilton in Washington, DC

October 31st @ World Cafe Live in Philadelphia, PA

November 1st @ City Winery in New York, NY

November 2nd @ Brighton Music Hall in Boston, MA

November 7th @ The New Vintage in Louisville, KY

November 8th @ Cannery Ballroom in Nashville, TN

November 9th @ Visulite Theater in Charlotte, NC

November 15th @ House of Blues in Dallas, TX

November 16th @ Fitzgerald’s in Houston, TX


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