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The Red Clay Strays: These Moments Tour 2024

November 30, 2023 6:06 pm GMT
Last Edited May 23, 2024 9:12 pm GMT

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One of the most buzzed about bands in the country scene, The Red Clay Strays, is gearing up for another busy year in 2024.

Hailing from the red dirt clay of Alabama, the five-piece of Brandon Coleman (lead vocals/guitar), Drew Nix (vocals/electric guitar/harmonica), Zach Rishel (electric guitar), Andrew Bishop (bass) and John Hall (drums) will continue on their These Moments Tour through the fall and early winter.

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After enjoying a sold-out first run of shows in fall of 2023, the band extended their debut touring effort into the new year with shows lined up in Virginia, South Carolina, Alabama, Georgia, Missouri, Indiana and more. Supporting the guys on their Way Too Long Tour were Nolan Taylor, Ben Chapman and John Hollier.

Now with their sophomore album teed up for late June, the guys have unveiled their These Moments trek, which will kick off on September 12 in Indianapolis, Indiana. Along the way, they'll also make stops in Alabama, Maryland, Pennsylvania, Texas, Oklahoma and more.

Joining the crew on the road through its conclusion in Anaheim, California on November 10 will be a variety of special guests, including Grace Bowers & The Hodge Podge, Bella White, The Glorious Sons, Black Pistol Fire, Tanner Usrey and The Moss.

Throughout the summer, the red dirt outfit will also be on hand at several festivals, including Boston Calling Music Festival, Railbird, Laurel Cove, Windy City Smokeout and more., Born & Raised, Bourbon & Beyond, Austin City Limits Festival and more.

Before the year's end, they'll also play three consecutive nights at the legendary Ryman Auditorium in Nashville, Tennessee on September 4 through 6. Alongside Taylor Hunnicutt and Aaron Raitiere on the 4th, Nolan Taylor and The Castellows on the 5th and Pony Bradshaw and Ben Chapman on the 6th, they'll bring their red dirt magic to the Mother Church of Country Music.

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Written by Lydia Farthing