DAVE STEWART will play a special "Dave Stewart and Friends" show, Thursday, April 11 at The Troubadour in Los Angeles. Expect the unexpected as the iconic British singer, songwriter and guitarist will be joined by special guests throughout the show, just as he was at his sold-out performance at the same venue in September 2012. As they always do at a DAVE STEWART show, creative sparks will fly.
The Troubadour show will encompass STEWART's body of work as a solo artist and founding member of The Eurythmics. He'll also perform some songs from his upcoming album LUCKY NUMBERS which will street later this year (exact release date TBA). On the disc, which merges his rock and country influences, he's backed by the best players in Nashville: guitarist Tom Bukovac, drummer Chad Cromwell, bassist Michael Rhodes, pianist Mike Rojas, accordionist Kieran Kiely and steel guitarist Dan Dugmore. They also did the same honors on STEWART's acclaimed Nashville-recorded albums in 2011 (The Blackbird Diaries) and 2012 (The Ringmaster General). For LUCKY NUMBERS, they all journeyed to the South Pacific to record the album.
Just as The Ringmaster General was released with a creative and tongue-in-cheek film documentary about the making of the album, the unpredictable adventures of LUCKY NUMBERS will be captured in a unique documentary set to roll out in tandem with the album.