By on April 29, 2011

(Nashville, TN, April 28, 2011) Jill Andrews will head out on a month long North American tour in direct support for acclaimed singer, songwriter and musician JD Souther. The tour kicks off June 12th in Carrboro, NC with stops along the way in New York, Philadelphia, and Boston (complete list of tour dates below).

Performing songs off her debut, The Mirror is set for release on indie label Thirty Tigers on June 7th, and will showcase Andrews’ beguiling voice and intimate lyrics.

Recorded with Scott Solter (Superchunk, The Crooked Jades) in North Carolina and Neilson Hubbard (Glen Phillips, Matthew Perryman Jones) in Nashville, The Mirror nudges Andrews’ folksy roots into an effortless, classic-pop sensibility and keen eye for human drama.

Much of the new album’s production cost was aided by fan contributions via Kickstarter. You can download the disc’s title track now on her website, as well as check out her EPK here: www.jillandrews.com.  A video is currently in the works for lead track, “The Mirror” and will be impacting radio in May.

Hailing from Knoxville, TN, Andrews spent five years touring with her band The Everybodyfields.  A rock-solid front woman in sundresses and Frye boots, now, Andrews’ voice is accompanied by tender piano, shuffling drums and searing electric guitar to support her careful acoustic picking. Wherever she plays, Andrews offers up a vision of herself as a singular, quickly maturing artist with the power to cross lines of genre and geography, taste and time. She is a force-and a voice-to be reckoned with.

About JD Souther: Widely recognized as one of the principal architects of the Southern California country-rock sound, Souther played a key role in the formation of the Eagles, co-writing many of their hit songs.   His forthcoming album, Natural History, will be released May 31 on eOne Music.    Beyond his fundamental work with the Eagles, Souther has collaborated with countless world-renowned musicians including Linda Ronstadt, Crosby, Stills & Nash, Bonnie Raitt, Warren Zevon, Don Henley, Hugh Masekela, Dixie Chicks, India Arie, Roy Orbison, George Strait, Brian Wilson and Trisha Yearwood.

For More Information on JIll Andrews go to www.jillandrews.com 


Tour Dates:

(May 28-June 9 Festival Dates)

May 28 – Brevard, NC – White Squirrel Fest
June 2 – Chattanooga, TN – Rhythm and Brews
June 3 – Bristol, TN – Border Bash
June 4 – Johnson City, TN – Blue Plum Festival
June 9  – St. Louis, MO – Twangfest

(June 12-31 Dates with JD Souther)

June 12 – Carrboro, NC – The Art Center
June 13 – Charlotte ,NC- The Blumenthal PAC

June 16 – New York, NY – Joe’s Pub
June 17 – Sellersville, PA – Sellersville Theatre
June 18 – Montclair, NJ – Outpost in the Burbs
June 21 – Philly, PA – The World Café Live
June 23 – Norfolk, CT – Nancy Marine Studio Theatre
June 24 – Boston, MA – Johnny D’s
June 27 – Detroit – The Ark – C
June 28 – Cleveland, OH- Nite Town
June 29 – Cleveland, OH – Nite Town
June 31 – Evanston, IL – Space

September 16-18 – Bristol – Rhythm and Roots 


Author: DaveHHM

Dave Luttrull: Owner/Editor in Chief of Hellhound Music. Star Wars nerd, Gamer, Destiny homer, blogger, writer and lover of all things music.