The Record Company Announces New Tour Dates for 2022 – 10/22 at The Madison Theater

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The Record Company
10/22/22
Madison Theater, 730 Madison Ave, Covington, KY
7pm doors, 8pm show, Buy Tickets

GRAMMY-nominated rock band The Record Company has announced a new run of tour dates this summer and fall in support of their acclaimed third studio album Play Loud. The shows, which are scheduled to kick off in mid-August, will include stops in St. Louis, Nashville, Washington DC, New York City, Philadelphia, Boston, Minneapolis, Denver, Seattle, and San Francisco. A full list of confirmed dates is below, and more dates will be announced in the coming weeks.

The band – consisting of lead singer and guitarist Chris Vos, bassist Alex Stiff, and drummer Marc Carzorla – has earned a well-deserved reputation for their electrifying live shows. Since forming in 2011, they’ve shared bills with John Mayer, My Morning Jacket, Blackberry Smoke, Nathaniel Rateliff, and Bob Seger and the Silver Bullet Band. In announcing these dates, they said “We’re excited to bring our fiery rock’n’roll back across the US!”

A special fan pre-sale will launch on Wednesday, May 11 at 12:00 Noon Eastern/9:00 AM Pacific, followed by a local pre-sale at 10:00 AM local time on May 12. Tickets will go on sale to the general public on May 13 at 10:00 AM local time.

Critical praise for Play Loud:
“After a decade making music together, the three-piece expanded their horizons on Play Loud…The result is the band’s biggest and most dynamic record to date.” NPR World Café

“With a gritty, hi-fi swagger, Play Loud lives up to its name, offering sizzling alt romps, irresistibly bluesy hooks, and explosive bursts of rock’n’roll.” American Songwriter

“From Play Loud’s first notes, it’s quite evident that something has changed…there’s a rock-and-roll swagger that shines through. It’s energetic in ways that feel more apt for arenas instead of the home-studio recordings that often looked inward.” Relix

“…the act’s third LP arrives a decade into a still-rising career arc and manages to solidify the greatness that its two predecessors only hinted at.” LEO Weekly

“Yes, the band still incorporates some blues into their fuzzy rock, but the sound is more expansive on this album. The result is a record that should be played loud, as the title suggests.” PopMatters

The Record Company – Summer & Fall 2022
8/11 Ketchum, ID, Sun Valley Museum of Art
8/14 Bend, OR, Oregon Spirit Distillers
9/17 Fredericton, NB Harvest Jazz & Blues Festival
10/20 St. Louis, MO, Delmar Hall
10/21 Nashville, TN, Brooklyn Bowl
10/22 Covington, KY Madison Theater
10/24 Washington, DC, The Howard
10/25 Jersey City, NJ, White Eagle Hall
10/27 New York, NY, Bowery Ballroom
10/28 Philadelphia, PA, Union Transfer
10/29 Boston, MA, Royale
10/31 Holyoke, MA, Race Street Live
11/1 Buffalo, NY, Buffalo Iron Works
11/3 Columbus, OH, Newport Music Hall
11/5 Madison, WI, Majestic Theatre
11/7 Minneapolis, MN, First Avenue
11/8 Des Moines, IA, Wooly’s
11/10 Denver, CO, Gothic Theatre
11/11 Aspen, CO, Belly Up Aspen
11/12 Jackson, WY, The Center
11/15 Seattle, WA, The Crocodile
11/16 Portland, OR, Wonder Ballroom
11/18 San Francisco, CA, August Hall