Fruition is happy to announce their first live show since March of 2020. The quintet will be appearing July 30th at the Dillon Amphitheater, with special guests Mipso.
As Covid 19 took over the world last March, Fruition were in the middle of their “Wild As The Night, Broken At The Break of Day” album tour. With their single “Dawn” charting at AAA and Americana radio, plus a full summer of festivals ahead, the band was forced to cancel their remaining shows and head home.
Wayfaring songwriter Shay Martin Lovette’s story is shaped by an enduring creative pursuit, an inseparable connection with the natural world, and a deep appreciation for the nonpareil musical voices of the past. After releasing his debut in 2018, receiving a plethora of regional accolades, and spending over 100 days playing shows to eager audiences, he’s back with his sophomore effort.
Mipso announces “The Mipso Show (vol 1),” a virtual concert experience celebrating the band’s new self-titled album release. The one-night-only event will stream live on Thursday, October 29, 2020 at 5pm PT/ 8pm ET, and will feature Mipso performing new songs for the first time, fan favorites, and more. Event tickets are $6, with limited edition merch bundles available at higher price points. Each ticket purchase includes on-demand access for 48 hours post event. Tickets available now at mipsomusic.com.
Today, on the heels of their successful January Living Room tour, Mipso announce that they are heading back on the road for their Spring 2020 tour. Mipso bring their intimate and sweeping live show to eight cities across the Northeast, including two nights in New York City at Rockwood Music Hall. Joining Mipso for select dates is Taylor Ashton, performing in support of his debut album out this February 2020. See the complete list of Mipso’s announced tour dates below.
Mipso, North Carolina’s acclaimed indie-Americana quartet, today release the video for their hit single “People Change.” The beautifully animated video illustrates the complicated emotions explored in the song’s lyrics – the intimate loss of losing someone, not necessarily from death or from a romantic break, but the equally heartbreaking experience of growing up and growing apart. Click here to watch the video.
Mipso, North Carolina’s acclaimed indie-Americana quartet, continue a year of extensive touring with their newly announced North American Summer 2019 Tour. Kicking off on Saturday, June 1st at the Kerrville Folk Festival in Kerrville, TX, Mipso continues on to play over 22 dates throughout the summer, including stops at the Montreal Folk Festival sur le Canal in Montréal, the Green River Festival in Massachusetts, Grey Fox Bluegrass Festival in Oak Hill, NY and the Green Mountain Bluegrass at Roots Festival in Manchester, VT.
North Carolina’s acclaimed indie-Americana quartet Mipso release their fourth album, Edges Run, on April 6th, 2018 (AntiFragile Music). The band will begin an extensive North American album release tour on Edges Run release date, hitting 30+ markets throughout the United States through mid-May, with summer dates still to be announced. Visit www.mipsomusic.com to view the current list of Mipso’s upcoming tour dates.