Mat Kearney Announces 2018 Album Title CRAZYTALK with News of the “CRAZYTALK TOUR” Kicking-Off February 19th in the Pacific Northwest

Dec 1, 2017


 

New York, NY – 27 th November 2017 – Mat Kearney is excited to reveal the title of his forthcoming new album – CRAZYTALK – today with news of a 2018 US headlining tour that has Andrew Belle as main support. The “ CRAZYTALK TOUR ” is a two – month long run that kicks off the third week of February in the Pacific Northwest and makes stops at The Wiltern in LA, The Riviera in Chicago, House of Blues in Boston, Playstation Theatre in New York, The Tabernacle in Atlanta, and The Ryman Auditorium in Nashville before wrapping i n the Southwest with three Texas shows . Pre – sales are November 29 th and 30 th with the official on – sale date December 1 st .

News of the 2018 tour comes on the heels of Kearney releasing new single “ Better Than I Used to Be ” via his new partnership with Caroline.The song, which is a collaboration between Mat and electronic producer AFSHeeN ( Galantis , Selena Gomez , Madonna ) , is the first song to be released from Kearney’s forthcoming album CRAZYTALK and his first new music since 2015’s Just Kids . “Better Than I Used to Be” has already racked up nearly 500 K plays on Spotify where it hit #27 on the Viral 50 Chart and CRAZYTALK is poised to be Kearney’s best album yet .

 Mat Kearney is no stranger to the road and over the years has joined NEEDTOBREATHE for their annual “Tour de Compadres” and has shared the stage with John Mayer , Kelly Clarkson , Train and Florence and the Machine a mong others . Kearney is excited to hit the road in 2018 with a new label partner as well as new management. At the end of 2016 Kearney signed with Big Loud Management ( Florida Georgia Line , Chris Lane ) who just announced a merger with Maverick last week. While Maverick is excited to expand their Nashville footprint , Big Loud is looking to enhance the careers of Kearney and their other non – country artists .

Confirmed “CRAZYTALK TOUR” dates are below and check www.matkearney.com for the most up – to – date information on the new album.

Feb. 19 | The Knitting Factory | Spokane, WA

Feb. 20 | Moore Theatre | Seattle, WA

Feb. 22 | Crystal Ballroom | Portland, OR

Feb. 23 | McDonald Theatre | Eugene, OR

Feb. 24 | Knitting Factory Concert House | Boise, ID

Feb. 25 | The Complex | Salt Lake City, UT

Feb. 27 | Fox Theatre | Oakland, CA

March 1 | The Wiltern | Los Angeles, CA

March 3 | Fillmore Auditorium | Denver, CO

March 4 | Slowdown | Omaha, NE

March 6 | Myth | St. Paul, MN

March 7 | Orpheum Theatre | Madison, WI

March 9 | Riviera Theatre | Chicago, IL

March 10 | Royal Oak Music Theatre | Royal Oak, MI

March 12 | House of Blues | Boston, MA

March 13 | Toad’s Place | New Haven, CT

March 15 | Playstation Theatre | New York, NY

March 16 | The Fillmore | Si lver Spring, MD

March 17 | The Fillmore | Philadelphia, PA

March 19 | The Ritz | Raleigh, NC

March 20 | The Fillmore | Charlotte, NC

March 22 | Iron City | Birmingham, AL

March 23 | Tabernacle | Atlanta, GA

March 24 | Ryman Auditorium | Nashville, TN

March 28 | The Phoenix | Toronto, ON

March 29 | House of Blues | Cleveland, OH

March 30 | Bogart’s | Cincinnati, OH

March 31 | Egyptian Room at Old National Centre | In dianapolis, IN

April 2 | The Pageant | Saint Louis, MO

April 3 | Uptown Theatre | Kansas City , MO

April 5 | Stubb’s | Austin, TX

April 6 | House of Blues | Houston, TX

April 8 th | House of Blues | Dallas, TX