Proceeds from Perfectly Imperfect at The Ryman will be donated to MusiCares’ COVID-19 Relief Fund.
As Simpson explained, “A (highly condescending) Doctor refuse[d] to test me because I ‘did not fit testing criteria.'”
Things are bad and it’s only going to get a whole lot worse for the arts.
Five dates have been yanked off the schedule, while others have been pushed into late spring.
Country singer-songwriter’s Loma Vista debut was produced by Sturgill Simpson.
Originally set for a fall release, the movie was pulled following a number of mass shootings and the ire of Donald Trump.
The latest single from the artist’s upcoming LP High Road.
The album is a far, confident cry from dead if 2019 tells us anything.
The 40-date outing also promises Tyler Childers in a support role.
The follow-up to 2017’s Rainbow features Brian Wilson and Sturgill Simpson.
Plus, Simpson has created an anime film based on the songs for Netflix.
100% of proceeds from limited-run tour will be donated to the Special Forces Foundation.