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John Cowan is all set to resume touring soon as a solo artist following a very busy and successful year in The Doobie Brothers. While the band takes a much needed break, John plans to play dates with a variety of favorite sidemen from December through March as his schedule allows, continuing in support of his latest masterpiece, "Sixty".
Already, he has dates set in Floyd, VA (12/12/15), Chattanooga, TN (1/8/16), Decatur, GA (1/9/16) and Walnut Cove, NC (3/13/16) with more to follow.
Check http://johncowan.com/tour for more details and to follow as dates are added. You don't want to miss seeing John before he heads back out for what is sure to be another busy year as a Doobie Brother.
John Cowan headed the call from long-time friend Zac Brown and appears on 3 of the albums 16 songs. Released on Tuesday, April 28th, "Jekyll + Hyde is already garnering industry praise.
Says Cowan: "I am thrilled Zac asked me to appear. I love his work and it was an honor. We met several years back at Merlefest and have stayed close ever since, with me appearing once with him in Georgia on one of his sold out shows.Check out this new album. It has several other close friends as guests and is without musical boundaries, and you know me, thats how I like it"!
John Cowan joins Doobie Brother Tom Johnston along with Casey James & Charlie Worsham for Tin Pan South 2015 appearance in Nashville
Join John Cowan, Tom Johnston, Charlie Worsham & Casey James as they appear In The Round for the Tin Pan South 2015 in Nashville. Once in a lifetime pairing that will sell out so act quickly! Details as follows:
3rd & Lindsley
818 3rd Ave South
Tuesday, March 24, 2015
9:00 pm CST
We regret to announce that due to the dangerous conditions in Tennessee and Kentucky brought on by the heavy snow and frigid temps associated with the severe winter storm that passed through both states (and others) and brought many roads, including large parts of I-65 to a grinding halt, that the previously rescheduled concert date for tomorrow night (March 6th) has been cancelled.
We will work with the thratre to reschedule it at the first opportunity but felt it best to not place the fans or the band in harms way by trying to travel that long distance in these conditions.
We want you to know that we truly appreciate the support and patience everyone has shown in retaining your tickets from the previous date and hope you will allow us to make this up when we aren't at the mercy of Mother Nature.
Please be safe and we will announce the new date as soon as possible.