G. Love announces second leg of US tour

G. Love is pleased to announce the second leg of his U.S. tour in support of his new country blues and roots album, Fixin’ To Die, set for release on Brushfire Records on February 22, 2011.   Recorded at Echo Mountain Studios in Asheville, NC, and produced by Scott and Seth Avett, the album is arguably G. Love’s most sincere and candid work to date.

G. Love will preview songs from Fixin’ To Die with a live Creative Allies concert webcast on February 2nd at 5pm PST. The intimate solo performance will be broadcast from the campus of Ex’pression College for Digital Arts in Emeryville, CA. The webcast is free to watch online atwww.creativeallies.com/more/expressionwebcast and is presented by Creative Allies, KFOG and Ustream.  A poster design contest for G. Love is currently underway at www.CreativeAllies.com, an online design community that gives everyone a chance to enter design contests for their favorite bands.

The album is currently #21 on FMQB’s AAA chart, and Relix Magazine gave the album a rave review saying, “There’s hoedown jams, clapping high hats, harmonizing and most of all, pure heart.”

Behind the scenes clips from the recording of the album, as well as a free download of the title track are available at www.Philadelphonic.com.

March 1            Nashville, TN                         Exit/In
March 2            Greenville, SC                        The Handlebar
March 3            Charleston, SC                        Music Farm
March 4            Raleigh, NC                        Lincoln Theatre
March 5            Norfolk, VA                        The NorVa
March 9            Charlotte, NC                        Visulite Theatre
March 10          Jacksonville, FL            The Freebird
March 11          Orlando, FL                        Beacham Theatre
March 12          St. Petersburg, FL            Jannus Landing
March 13          Ft. Lauderdale, FL            Culture Room
March 16          New Orleans, LA            House of Blues
March 19          Dallas, TX                        House of Blues
March 20          Corpus Christi, TX            House of Rock
March 23           Little Rock, AK                        Revolution Music Hall
March 24           Tulsa, OK                        Cain’s Ballroom
March 25           Austin, TX                        Antone’s
March 26           Houston, TX                        House of Blues

April 7              Phoenix, AZ                        Marquee Theatre
April 8              San Diego, CA                        House of Blues
April 9              Los Angeles, CA            House of Blues
April 10            San Francisco, CA            The Fillmore
April 13            Sacramento, CA            Harlow’s
April 14            San Luis Obispo, CA            Downtown Brew
April 15            Santa Cruz, CA            The Catalyst
April 16            Stateline, NV                        Caesar’s South Shore
April 19            Petaluma, CA                        McNear’s Mystic Theatre
April 20            Eureka, CA                        Eureka Theatre
April 21            Bend, OR                        Domino Room
April 22            Spokane, WA                        Knitting Factory
April 23            Boise, ID                        Knitting Factory
April 26            Fargo, ND                        The Venue
April 27            Duluth, MN                        Clyde Iron Works
April 28            Madison, WI                        The Majestic
April 29            St. Louis, MO                        The Pageant
April 30            Minneapolis, MN            First Avenue