Lee Fields Announces Extensive Fall Tour

Lee Fields Announces Extensive Fall Tour third album Emma Jean out now via truth & soul records
Lee Fields Announces Extensive Fall Tour-Third Album Emma Jean out now

Soul vet Lee Fields & The Expressions released his latest album Emma Jean earlier this month viaTruth & Soul Records. Coming at a time when many new artists are trying to emulate the soul and swagger of the 1960s, Mr. Fields showers us with authenticity on the 11-track album.


There’s a sharper wisdom in the songwriting–from the having loved, lost, and learned vibe of “Don’t Leave Me This Way” to the sophisticated arrangements and studio acumen that’s paired with Lee’s straightforward sincerity in “Just Can’t Win.” Dan Auerbach (The Black Keys) wrote “Paralyzed,” and having Emma Jean mixed and partially recorded at his Nashville studio, country soul and bluesy rock are immediately noticeable. It brings a different kind of strut to the album, but Fields–born and raised in North Carolina–is right at home with the Southern soul sound. In fact, it feels like a natural progression: an organic, refreshingly pure next step.


Emma Jean is the follow up to Fields’ first two Truth & Soul albums—2009’s My World and 2012’s Faithful Man. Lee Fields & The Expressions have forged a distinct soulful sound and a grown style with this album. They’ve pushed their sound in new directions, moving from being content as contemporary soul music royalty and instead delving into and exploring its next steps.

Tour Dates

Jun 27 San Francisco – The Fillmore

Jun 28 Los Angeles, CA – Troubadour

Jun 30 San Diego, CA – Casbah

Jul 02 Victoria, BC – Upstairs Cabaret

Jul 03 Vancouver, BC – The Imperial

Jul 04 Seattle, WA – Neptune

Jul 05 & 06 Portland, OR – Waterfront Blues Festival

Jul 12 Chicago, IL – West Fest

Jul 25 Calgary, AB – Calgary Folk Music Festival

Jul 26 Edmonton, AB – Interstellar Rodeo

Aug 03 Johnstown, PA – Ameriserv Flood City Music Festival

Aug 08 Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany – Haldern Pop Festival

Aug 09 Bad Windsheim, Germany – Weinturm Open Air Festival

Aug 24 Burlington, VT – WYSIWYG Festival

Aug 30 Marshall, NC – Transfigurations: Harvest at 10

Sep 08 Waterloo, ON – Starlight Lounge

Sep 09 Toronto, ON – Legendary Horseshoe Tavern

Sep 10 Montreal, QC – Cabaret Mile End

Sep 11 Fredricton, AB – Harvest Jazz and Blues Festival

Sep 12 Ottawa, ON – Ottawa Folk Fest

Sep 14 Telluride, CO Telluride Brews & Blues Fest

Sep 16 Chicago, IL – Empty Bottle

Sep 18 Minneapolis, MN – Cedar Cultural Center

Sep 19 Madison, WI – Majestic Theatre

Sep 20 St. Louis, MO – 2720 Cherokee

Sep 21 Nashville, TN – Exit In

Sep 23 Shreveport, LA – Bears on Fairfield

Sep 25 Austin, TX – The Parish

Sep 26 Houston, TX – House of Blues

Sep 27 Dallas, TX – Index Festival
Sep 30 New Orleans, LA – One Eyed Jacks

Oct 02 Atlanta, GA – Terminal West

Oct 03 Athens, GA – Georgia Theatre

Oct 04 Charlotte, NC  – Tremont Music Hall

Oct 05 Philadelphia, PA – World Café

Oct 16 Munich, Germany – Ampere

Oct 17 Nancy, France – Jazz Pulsation

Oct 18 Utrecht, The Netherlands – Roots Festival TivoliVredenburg

Oct 19 The Hague, The Netherlands – Paard van Troje

Oct 21 Brussels, Belgium – Botanique – Orangerie

Oct 23 Manchester, UK – Albert Hall

Oct 24 Glasgow, UK – O2 ABC

Oct 25 Dublin, Ireland – The Sugar Club

Oct 26 Cork, Ireland – Cork Opera House – Cork Jazz Festival

Oct 28 Bristol, UK – Colston Hall

Oct 29 Brighton, UK – Dome Concert Hall

Oct 31 Frankfurt, Germany – Zoom

Nov 01 St. Gallen, Switzerland – Palace

Nov 04 Paris, France – Trabendo

Nov 05 Lyon, France – Epicerie Modeme

Nov 06 Nimes, France – Paloma

Nov 07 Toulon, France – Espace Andre Malraux

11/8 Nice, France – Salle Grappeli

Nov 010 Reims, France – La Cartonnerie

Nov 11 Koln, Germany – Clubbahnhof Ehrenfeld

Nov 12 Berlin, Germany – Bi Nuu

Nov 14 Copenhagen, Denmark – Loppen

Nov 15 Oslo, Norway – Cosmopolite Scene



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