As Larry Fleet approached the end of his first run of 2023 tour dates, some fans were worrying they'd have to struggle through a Fleet-less summer bereft of his captivating live performances.
But not to fear - Fleet has saved us from this distressing prospect by announcing a brand new line-up of shows, kicking off on May 19. As part of this, the ‘Where I Find God’ hitmaker will be performing across Michigan, Kentucky, South Dakota, Wyoming and more.
Although the support acts for the summer leg of shows is yet to be confirmed, we imagine Ben Burgess could once again be joining Fleet on the road, with the two artists having linked up for a successful run of dates together over the past few weeks.
Ticket-holders will be excited to hear Larry Fleet playing his newly released singles, ‘Daddy Don't Drink’ and ‘Try Texas’, at these summer shows. The latter has already become a fan-favourite, with Fleet including it on his 2022 Live Sessions project.
Fleet is hard at work on his eagerly anticipated follow-up to 2021's Stack Of Records, which was lauded by critics and spawned the hit single, ‘Where I Find God’.
The warm, endearing tribute to Fleet's faith was recently certified Gold, and continues to be one of the most widely celebrated tracks from the Tennessee native's impressive discography.
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