Jamestown Revival Get Back To Their Roots With Young Man

Photograph by: Jackie Lee

New LP out today; Tour kicks off tonight at legendary Gruene Hall

January 14, 2022 – Nashville, TN – When Americana folk duo Jamestown Revival began mapping out their new album a game-changing decision was made: leave out the electric guitars and heavy production and let the songs speak for themselves. The end product is something unlike anything the group has previously released and it’s available to stream or purchase today.

Out via Thirty Tigers, Young Man was produced and mixed by Robert Ellis and Josh Block and bolstered by a thriving community of friends and musicians in Texas, emphasizing Jamestown Revival’s skillful songwriting, flawless harmony, and intricate fingerpicking. Showcasing most of the genres that collectively make up “Americana” music—folk, jazz, bluegrass, roots rock—sometimes all in one song, Young Man represents a distilled and pure Jamestown Revival at their finest. Fans can now stream or purchase Young Man at this link and watch the new music video for title track “Young Man” below.

To celebrate the release of Young Man, Jamestown Revival is kicking off a three month tour tonight at New Braunfels, Texas’s world-famous Gruene Hall. Album producer Robert Ellis will open the show as well as most of the band’s February and March dates. Mipso will be supporting the January leg of the tour and several East Coast dates as well, including New York City and Boston. Stops include The Fillmore in San Francisco, Fonda Theatre in LA, Chicago’s Thalia Hall, Webster Hall in New York City, Levon Helm Studios in Woodstock, NY, and many many more. A full list of dates can be found below and tickets are available at jamestownrevival.com.

Young Man Tracklist:
1. Coyote
2. Young Man
3. Moving Man
4. Northbound
5. These Days
6. One Step Forward
7. Slow It Down
8. Way It Was
9. Old Man Looking Back
10. Working On Love

Catch Jamestown Revival On Tour:
Jan. 14 – New Braunfels, TX. – Gruene Hall^
Jan. 16 – Tucson, AZ. – Rialto Theatre*
Jan. 17 – Solana Beach, CA. – Belly Up*
Jan. 18 – Solana Beach, CA. – Belly Up*
Jan. 19 – Santa Cruz, CA. – Catalyst*
Jan. 20 – San Francisco, CA. – The Fillmore*
Jan. 21 – Los Angeles, CA. – Fonda Theatre*
Jan. 22 – Sacramento, CA. – Ace of Spades*
Jan. 23 – San Luis Obispo, CA. – Fremont Theatre*
Jan. 25 – Salt Lake City, UT. – Commonwealth*
Jan. 26 – Steamboat Springs, CO. – Strings Music Pavilion**
Jan. 27 – Denver, CO. – Ogden Theatre*
Jan. 28 – Telluride, CO. – Club Red*
Jan. 29 – Ft. Collins, CO. – Aggie Theatre**
Jan. 30 – Aspen, CO. – Belly Up^
Feb. 8 – Kansas City, MO. – Knuckleheads Saloon^
Feb. 9 – St. Louis, MO. – Delmar Hall^
Feb. 10 – Chicago, IL. – Thalia Hall^
Feb. 11 – Minneapolis, MN. – Fine Line^
Feb. 12 – Milwaukee, WI. – The Rave/Eagles Club – Rave II^
Feb. 14 – Pittsburgh, PA. – Mr. Smalls^
Feb. 15 – Detroit, MI. – St. Andrews Hall^
Feb. 16 – Lexington, KY. – The Burl^
Feb. 17 – Indianapolis, IN. – The Vogue^
Feb. 18 – Columbus, OH. – Columbus Athenaeum^
Feb. 19 – Nashville, TN. – Brooklyn Bowl^
Mar. 4 – New Orleans, LA. – House of Blues*
Mar. 5 – Atlanta, GA. – Terminal West*
Mar. 6 – Savannah, GA. – District Live*
Mar. 8 – Raleigh, NC. – Tin Roof^
Mar. 9 – Charlotte, NC. – The Underground^
Mar. 10 – Harrisburg, PA. – Midtown Arts Center^
Mar. 11 – Richmond, VA. – The Broadberry^
Mar. 12 – Washington, D.C. – 9:30 Club
Mar. 13 – Philadelphia, PA. – Underground Arts^
Mar. 15 – Fairfield, CT. – The Warehouse at FTC^
Mar. 16 – Boston, MA. – Somerville Theatre*
Mar. 17 – New York City, NY. – Webster Hall*
Mar. 18 – Woodstock NY. – Levon Helm Studios^
Mar. 19 – Holyoke, NY. – Gateway City Arts^

With Special Guests:
* Mipso & Robert Ellis
** Mipso
^ Robert Ellis

More About Jamestown Revival: In 2020, Jamestown Revival released A Field Guide To Loneliness, an intimate collection of songs that finds Clay and Chance reflecting on recent times whereby human contact was limited more than ever. A Field Guide To Loneliness follows Jamestown Revival’s 2019 critically acclaimed release, San Isabel. Recorded in a remote cabin in the majestic and calming landscape of central Colorado, the band embraced a minimalist approach in the recording of San Isabel. Finding inspiration in ‘60s and early 70’s folk and pop, the original songs on San Isabel show reverence for early John Denver and Bob Dylan, as well as Simon & Garfunkel and Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young.

About San Isabel, Rolling Stone praised, “…bright harmonies and loping guitar patterns..splits the difference between modern-day Americana and old-school folk.” And Paste Magazine complimented, “The record is abundant with imagery – one minute they’re evoking the expansive west on ‘Round Prairie Road’ and ‘Mountain Preamble’ and the next they’re crooning a thoughtful ballad on ‘This Too Shall Pass.’”

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