The Lone Bellow Premiere Music Video For “Fake Roses” – 20th Century Theater on 10/28

The Lone Bellow
The Lone Bellow

The Lone Bellow
20th Century Theater, 3021 Madison Rd, Cincinnati, OH
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Brooklyn band The Lone Bellow released their stunning new music video via Entertainment Weekly today. Virginia Madsen stars in the piece for the band’s song “Fake Roses” about lead singer Zach Williams mother-in-law Edna. Williams tells EW, ” Edna was the first single mother that I ever met. I remember walking up and the lawn was super un-kept and I’m this 15-year-old boy who bush hogged fields, so it was weird to me. Then I walked into their house and a lot of the lights were off and that was even weird, I just thought, ‘Man, this is crazy.’ And then I med Edna, and she is just this sweet sweet soul. She was a nurse and started working days and nights when she and her husband split.” The video was shot in Williams’ hometown of Lafayette, Georgia in his mother-in-law’s home and other various childhood haunts. Madesen gives a powerful portrayal of the loneliness and pressure a single-mother has to endure.

Since the release of The Lone Bellow’s second album Then Came The Morning in January, the band has appeared on Jimmy Kimmel Live, Late Night with David Letterman, Conan,CBS This Morning, Later…with Jools Holland, been nominated for Duo/Group of The Year in the 2015 Americana Awards and sold out their spring U.S. Tour. Now the band is embarking on their largest American Tour to date which kicks of in in Knoxville, TN on Sept 18th and wraps in their hometown of New York City with two nights at Webster Hall on November 12th and 13th.
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Sept 4 – Allentown Fairgrounds – Allentown, PA
Sept 5 – Big Mitten State Fair & Festival – Brooklyn, MI
Sept 18 – Bijou – Knoxville, TN
Sept 19 – Neighborhood – Charlotte, NC
Sept 20 – Orange Peel – Asheville, NC
Sept 22 – Haw River Ballroom – Saxapahaw, NC
Sept 24 – Charleston Music Hall – Charleston, SC
Sept 25 – Maudlin BBQ Cook-Off – Maudlin, SC
Sept 26-27 – Landmark Music Festival – Washington DC
Sept 30 – Gothic Theatre – Denver, CO
Oct 1 – Community Concert Hall – Durango, CO
Oct 2 – Musical Instrument Museum – Phoenix, AZ
Oct 3 – The Bluegrass Situation at The Greek  – Los Angeles, CA
Oct 7 – Fillmore – San Francisco, CA
Oct 8 – Aladdin Theater – Portland, OR
Oct 9 – Imperial – Vancouver, BC
Oct 10 – Neptune Theatre – Seattle, WA
Oct 19 – Turner Hall Ballroom – Milwaukee, WI
Oct 20 – Varsity Theater – Minneapolis, MN
Oct 21 – The Sheldon – St. Louis, MO
Oct 23 – Iron City – Birmingham, AL
Oct 24 – Centerstage – Atlanta, GA
Oct 25 – Mercury Ballroom – Louisville, KY
Oct 27 – Lincoln Theatre – Columbus, OH
Oct 28 – 20th Century Theater – Cincinnati, OH
Oct 30 – Deluxe at Old National Center – Indianapolis, IN
Oct 31 – Thalia Hall – Chicago, IL
Nov 1 – Thalia Hall – Chicago, IL
Nov 3 – Rex Theater – Pittsburgh, PA
Nov 5 – Union Transfer – Philadelphia, PA
Nov 6 – Beachland Ballroom – Cleveland, OH
Nov 7 – Tralf Musiv Hall – Buffalo, NY
Nov 8 – Opera House – Toronto, ON CANADA
Nov 10 – Higher Ground Ballroom – South Burlington, VT
Nov 11 – House of Blues – Boston, MA
Nov 12 – Webster Hall – New York, NY
Nov 13 – Webster Hall – New York, NY