Veteran songwriter John Hiatt's newest effort, "Same Old Man," will be released May 27 via New West.
Veteran songwriter John Hiatt's newest effort, "Same Old Man," will be released May 27 via New West. Coming on the heels of 2005's "Master of Disaster," the album will also be available on limited edition vinyl.
Hiatt produced the set himself and tapped drummer Kenneth Blevins, bassist Patrick O'Hearn and guitarist Luther Dickinson to back him. His daughter Lilly can also be heard singing on a pair of tracks, "Love You Again" and "What Love Can Do."
The Indiana native has scheduled an 18-date summer tour in support of "Same Old Man," kicking off July 6-8 at the Birchmere in Alexandria, Va.
And on Sept. 18, the Americana Music Association is honoring Hiatt with a lifetime achievement in songwriting award, to be handed off at Ryman Auditorium in Nashville during the Association's festival and conference.
Here are John Hiatt's tour dates:
July 6-8: Alexandria, Va. (the Birchmere)
July 11: Atlanta (Botanical Gardens)
July 12: Maryville, Tenn. (the Shed)
July 17: Madison, Wis. (Barrymore)
July 18: Highland Park, Ill. (Ravinia)
July 19: Bayfield, Wis. (Big Top Chautauqya)
July 20: Pittsburgh (Allegheny County Summer Concert)
Aug. 15: Raleigh, N.C. (North Carolina Museum of Art)
Aug. 16: Cockeysville, Md. (Hot Aug. Blues Fest)
Aug. 17: Oyster Bay, N.Y. (Long Island Summer Festival)
Aug. 19: Rochester, N.Y. (Walter Street Music Hall)
Aug. 21: Newport, R.I. (Newport Sunset Music Festival)
Aug. 22: Lowell, Mass. (Lowell Summer Music Series)
Aug. 23: Freeport, Maine (LL Bean Music Series)
Aug. 24: Rutland, Vt. (Paramount Theater)
Aug. 26: Brownfield, Maine (Stone Mountain Arts Center)