Cass McCombs Confirms Tour Dates, Joe Russo to Drum for East Coast Shows
Cass McCombs will hit the road in support of Big Wheels and Others, the most encompassing work of his career. The 22 song album is set for release on October 15 via Domino Records.
McCombs touring band will include Dan Iead on guitar and Jon Shaw on bass, with Joe Russo drumming for the East Coast dates and Dan Allaire drumming for the West Coast dates. Russo has become a staple of the jambands scene through various projects, including Furthur and the Benevento/Russo Duo, while Shaw plays with Scott Metzger’s group Wolf!. Iead is best known for his work with The Broken West and Allaire plays drums with the Brian Jonestown Massacre.
McCombs and his band will get started at Mississippi Studios in Portland, OR on November 7 before making their way across the United States and Canada. They will wrap up their North American run at Ottobar in Baltimore on December 14, though they will play a single London gig on January 13. For more on McCombs’ new album, which features Russo and Mike Gordon, click here.
Two tracks from Big Wheels and Others—“There Can Be Only One” and “Brighter” feat. Karen Black— can be streamed at the bottom of the page. You can check out Relix’s recent feature on McCombs here.
Cass McCombs Tour Dates
November 7 Portland, OR—Mississippi Studios
November 8 Seattle, WA—Crocodile
November 9 Vancouver, BC—Fortune Sound Club
November 12 Pioneertown, CA—Pappy & Harriet’s
November 14 Los Angeles, CA—The Echo
November 15 San Francisco, CA—Great American Music Hall
November 16 Santa Cruz, CA—Don Quixote’s
November 18 Salt Lake City, UT—Urban Lounge
November 19 Denver, CO—Walnut Room
November 22 Austin, TX—The Belmont
December 2 Boston, MA—The Sinclair
December 3 Montreal, QC—Il Motore
December 4 Toronto, ON—Great Hall
December 6 Chicago, IL—Empty Bottle
December 7 Louisville, KY—Zanzabar
December 8—Nashville, TN—High Watt
December 9 Atlanta, GA—Drunken Unicorn
December 12 New York, NY—Bowery Ballroom
December 13 Philadelphia, PA—Boot & Saddle
December 14 Baltimore, MD—Ottobar
January 13 London, UK—Queen Elizabeth Hall