Alan Doyle fans won’t have to wait long to catch the singer live in 2016. The ex-Great Big Sea frontman will hit the road next month for a 2016 solo tour of North America.
According to an article posted Dec. 22 at Pollstar, the veteran Canuck folk-rocker has announced a 24-city winter romp with his band the Beautiful Gypsies, which will make stops in Canada and throughout the U.S. Doyle has been touring in support of his second solo album So Let’s Go, which hit shelves Jan. 20 via Universal.
The tour will kick off in Canada on Jan. 27, 2016 in Saint Catharines, Ontario, at FirstOntario Performing Arts Centre. The Petty Harbour, Newfoundland native will make numerous major stops, which include: Chicago, Cincinnati, Dallas, Nashville and Cleveland before winding up back on home turf April 30 in Moncton, New Brunswick, at the Molson Canadian Centre.
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Doyle has kept plenty busy since Great Big Sea disbanded in 2013. Asides from his new studio album, he also penned a memoir, which was publish in 2014 titled “Where I Belong.” He recently hosted CBC Radio’s “East Coast Music Hour” and spent the fall touring with fellow Canuck alt-rockers Barenaked Ladies on the Canadian leg of their Silverball Tour. Fans who can’t wait until 2016 to Doyle in action can bring in the New Year with the “Ordinary Day” hitmaker on Dec. 31 in Niagara Falls, Ontario, at Queen Victoria Park.
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Alan Doyle’s 2016 North American solo tour schedule:
Jan. 27 – Saint Catharines, Ontario, FirstOntario Performing Arts Centre
Jan. 28 – Meaford, Ontario, Meaford Hall
Jan. 29 – Orillia, Ontario, Orillia Opera House
Jan. 30 – Ann Arbor, Mich., Hill Auditorium (Ann Arbor Folk Festival)
Jan. 31 – Chicago, Ill., City Winery Chicago
Feb. 1 – Cincinnati, Ohio, Live at the Ludlow Garage
Feb. 3 – Sellersville, Pa., Sellersville Theater 1894
Feb. 4 – Rockport, Mass., Shalin Liu Performance Center
March 13 – Dallas, Texas, The Kessler Theater
March 15 – Nashville, Tenn., City Winery Nashville
March 16 – Asheville, N.C., Isis Restaurant & Music Hall
March 17 – Hoover, Ala., The Library Theatre
March 18 – Hoover, Ala., The Library Theatre
March 19 – Decatur, Ga., Eddie’s Attic
March 20 – Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla., Ponte Vedra Concert Hall
March 23 – Orlando, Fla., The Social
April 21 – Buffalo, N.Y., The Tralf Music Hall
April 22 – Cleveland, Ohio, Music Box Supper Club
April 23 – Pittsburgh, Pa., Club Café
April 24 – Ann Arbor, Mich., The Ark
April 26 – Northampton, Mass., Iron Horse Music Hall
April 27 – Pawling, N.Y., Daryl’s House
April 28 – Londonderry, N.H., Tupelo Music Hall
April 30 – Moncton, New Brunswick, The Molson Canadian Centre