Alberta Cross touring with Black Rebel Motorcycle Club


Alberta Cross just wrapped up their first ever nationwide headlining tour where they performed to sold out crowds in New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Washington D.C., San Francisco and more. Their much-anticipated ATO Records debut Broken Side of Time is widely praised by critics, with The New York Times applauding their “British take on Southern rock,” and NPR declaring them “…familiar and refreshing …Alberta Cross has taken incredible strides to earn global recognition.” Likewise, they were recently featured as a Breaking Artist in Rolling Stone, which praises them for “combining wind tunnels of bent guitar riffs and distorted power chords with the haunting melodies of rural American music. It’s all topped by Ericson Stakee’s sweet, high-lonesome voice, which recalls both Jim James and Neil Young.” This spring, Alberta Cross will tour with Black Rebel Motorcycle Club.

Broken side of Time arrives on the heels of their acclaimed EP The Thief & the Heartbreaker, which earned the band U.K. touring slots with Oasis, The Shins and Bat For Lashes, and widespread critical praise, including PopMatters, which declared, “The seven-song EP is one of the best you’ll be lucky enough to pick up, resembling a full album’s quality but leaving one wanting a lot more.” It also follows a summer of festivals and U.K. dates, including noteworthy performances at Bonnaroo, Coachella, Glastonbury and more.

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March 31 House of Blues Cleveland, OH
April 1 Phoenix Concert Hall Toronto, ON
April 2 La Tulipe Montreal, QC
April 3 House of Blues Boston, MA
April 5 9:30 Club Washington, D.C.
April 6 Theatre of Living Arts Philadelphia, PA
April 7 Mr. Small’s Theatre Pittsburgh, PA

*all dates with Black Rebel Motorcycle Club

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