Trey Anastasio has settled on the track list for his first album since Phish's summer 2004 split. As previously reported, the Brendan O'Brien-produced "Shine" is due Nov. 1 as a DualDisc via Columbia.
Trey Anastasio has settled on the track list for his first album since Phish's summer 2004 split. As previously reported, "Shine" is due Nov. 1 as a DualDisc via Columbia.
The 12-track audio side was produced by Brendan O'Brien (Pearl Jam, Bruce Springsteen). Its DVD side will sport live footage of the album's "Air," "Shine" and "Come As Melody," plus the as yet unreleased "Dark and Down," captured Aug. 13 at Colorado's Red Rocks Amphitheatre.
Fans who pre-order "Shine" through Anastasio's Web site will receive the bonus EP, "Live From Chicago," which was taped Aug. 10 at the city's Charter One Pavilion. Among the songs featured on the mini-album are the "Shine" track "Spin," a re-arranged take on "Burlap Sack and Pumps" and "Goodbye Head," which was co-written by the artist's daughter.
Anastasio will begin a fall tour with his new band, 70 Volt Parade, with two shows opening for the Rolling Stones Thursday (Oct. 6) in Charlottesville, Va., and Saturday in Durham, N.C. Headlining dates are on tap through Dec. 7 in Los Angeles.
Here is the track list for "Shine":
"Wherever You Find It"
"Come As Melody"
"Air Said to Me"
"Sweet Dreams Melinda"
"Love Is Freedom"
"Love That Breaks All Lines"
Here are Anastasio's tour dates:
Oct. 6: Charlottesville, Va. (Scott Stadium; w/ Rolling Stones)
Oct. 7: Asheville, N.C. (Wolfe Auditorium)
Oct. 8: Durham, N.C. (Wallace Wade Stadium; w/ Rolling Stones)
Oct. 28: Las Vegas (Alladin Theatre / Vegoose at Night series)
Oct. 30: Las Vegas (Sam Boyd Stadium / Vegoose Festival)
Nov. 2: Minneapolis (Orpheum Theatre)
Nov. 3: Madison, Wis. (Orpheum Theatre)
Nov. 4: Dekalb, Ill. (NIU Convocation Center)
Nov. 5: Cincinnati (Taft Theatre)
Nov. 8: New York (Roseland Ballroom)
Nov. 10: Buffalo, N.Y. (Shea's Performing Arts Center)
Nov. 11: Utica, N.Y. (Memorial Auditorium)
Nov. 12: Lewiston, Maine (Grey Gymnasium)
Nov. 15: Upper Darby, Pa. (Tower Theatre)
Nov. 16: Boston (Orpheum Theatre)
Nov. 18: Albany, N.Y. (Palace Theatre)
Nov. 19: Wallingford, Conn. (Chevrolet Theatre)
Nov. 26: Denver (Fillmore Auditorium)
Nov. 29: Seattle (Paramount Theatre)
Nov. 30: Portland, Ore. (Roseland Theatre)
Dec. 2-3: San Francisco (Warfield Theatre)
Dec. 6: San Diego (4th & B)
Dec. 7: Los Angeles (Wiltern Theatre)