Tracy Bonham And Blake Morgan Join Forces to Co-Headline Spring 2019 US Tour
Following the successes of their two sold-out 2018 US Tours together, powerhouse artists Tracy Bonham and Blake Morgan are reuniting, and are excited to announce their new co-headlining Spring 2019 US Tour. The two solo artists already share the same label, ECR Music Group (SONY/Orchard), and will again share the same stage performing in eight major cities in April, including Philadelphia, Chicago, Atlanta and Boston. The success of their 2018 sold-out East and West Coast tours has led to this new tour, which has the multi-instrumentalists visiting the Midwest and Southeast for the first time as co-headliners.
When Bonham joined Morgan as the featured guest performer at one of his sold-out New York City Rockwood Music Hall shows in 2017, the on-stage chemistry was undeniable. Morgan soon signed Bonham to his record label, ECR Music Group, founded in 2002. Bonham's latest album, Modern Burdens, garnered a coveted spot on Rolling Stone Magazine's 50 Best Albums of 2017 list.
Bonham and Morgan will kick off their Spring co-headlining tour starting April 3rd. Be sure to check the full tour schedule below and follow them on social media for up-to-date press coverage and live footage from their tour.
April 3rd, Philadelphia, PA - The Locks at Sona
April 4th, Vienna, VA - Jammin' Java
April 6th, Charlotte, NC - The Evening Muse
April 7th, Decatur, GA - Eddie's Attic
April 10th, St. Paul, MN - Turf Club
April 12th, Chicago, IL - Uncommon Ground
April 13th, Lake Orion, MI - 20 Front Street
April 16th, Boston, MA - Club Passim,
About Blake Morgan
Recording artist, multi-instrumentalist, record producer, and founder/President of ECR Music Group, Blake Morgan has spent the last three years touring across nearly 100,000 miles on both sides of the Atlantic. Described by Billboard as having "inspired songwriting and passionate performances," Morgan has sold out concerts across the United States, United Kingdom, and continental Europe. Currently, Blake Morgan is celebrating the re-release of each of his four albums--now remastered in high-definition audio for the first time--and his acclaimed, remastered 2013 album Diamonds In The Dark has been re-released on March 29th.
Morgan is a well-respected figure in the music industry whose ideas, editorials and opinions have been published regularly in outlets such as The New York Times, Billboard Magazine, CNN, The Guardian, and Huffington Post. As the founder of the #IRespectMusic movement, Morgan's music advocacy has taken him to Capitol Hill numerous times, where he continues to fight for music makers' rights in the digital age.
About Tracy Bonham
As Grammy nominee Tracy Bonham made her debut with 1996 album The Burdens of Being Uptight which achieved Gold Record Status and unleashed the chart-topping hit "Mother Mother". Following her debut album, she released the critically-acclaimed album Down Here, heralded by All Music Guide as "a smart, assured, and distinctive second effort that is a quantum leap past her debut." Bonham has found more success with multiple album releases, including Blink The Brightest, which cemented her as the commercial and artful songwriter her fans had already come to love, with multiple TV and film placements.
Subsequent to her move back to Brooklyn, her 2010 album Masts of Manhatta garnered rave reviews and landed her second appearance on The Tonight Show. The commercial and critical laurels won by her latest releases, both 2015's Wax & Gold and 2017's Modern Burdens, have further underlined exactly what makes Tracy Bonham a stand-out serious artist with a unique set of talents. As PopMatters aptly describes, "Bonham, from the beginning and increasingly over time, is a riveting, complicated maker of pop music."