Father John Misty, the Total Entertainment Forever, singer will play The Blue Room in Nashville next Tuesday, September 26. The gig will take place at lunchtime and there will be food trucks and beer on site to make sure fans don’t go back to work hungry.
The Blue Room is famous for its ability to capture a live performance and put it straight to vinyl. Fans will be able to pre-order their copy of the record and one lucky fan will be sent the original record.
Father John Misty, who headlined End of The Road Festival this summer, will be treating fans to a special acoustic solo show before he takes to the stage for his sold-out performance at the Ryman Auditorium later that evening.
Josh Tillman recently told NME at End of The Road Festival that his new album is “pretty much done” and will be released at some point next year.
Don’t miss when Tillman brings his unique live show to the UK this autumn, he will be playing at the following venues:
1st November – Edinburgh Usher Hall
2nd November – Glasgow Academy
4th November – Cardiff University
5th November – Manchester Apollo
7th November – Hammersmith Apollo
8th November – Hammersmith Apollo
9th November – Brighton Dome