If you’ve been wondering what Murfreesboro’s most diligent band has been up to recently, then look no further.
After wrapping up a tour with Austin Lucas, the group will begin a late summer tour tomorrow that will stretch through the end of August.
With four dates in Tennessee, you’re in luck if you live in Chattanooga, Knoxville, Memphis and Nashville as they have all these bases covered.
“This tour is more Midwest. We’re going to Iowa and places we haven’t been in awhile,” front man Joey Kneiser said about their upcoming dates.
With appearances at South by Southwest and Bonnaroo, they have been rolling steady in support of their latest release, Long Live All of Us.
“South by Southwest was fun. It was one of the best we’ve had,” Kneiser said.
At Bonnaroo, they found themselves in a tough time slot with friends the Alabama Shakes who have been skyrocketing lately, but they held down a tight crowd as well in typical Glossary fashion.
“Bonnaroo was a good time. It was the most artist friendly festival we have played. They really take care of the artists,” Kneiser pointed out about the nation’s largest festival.
Glossary will primarily play most dates with local openers but they will find themselves back in good company and familiar faces in support of Lucero in Dekalb, Ill., and a double-dip with the Drive-By Truckers in Asheville, N.C. at the Orange Peel on Aug 17-18.
“The first time we played with them was on the tour with Southern Rock Opera, but we haven’t played with them in awhile. It will be good times,” Kneiser said about playing with the Truckers.
For more information on the group and to view tour dates, visit glossary.us.