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Singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Sierra Hull released new album ’25 Trips’ today

Singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist Sierra Hull is releasing her new album 25 Trips today. The album, co-produced by Hull and Shani Gandhi, is her fourth full-length for Rounder and the follow-up to 2016’s critically acclaimed, GRAMMY-nominated Weighted Mind.

The video for the title track was unveiled today. Watch it HERE.

25 Trips continues the musical journey begun on Weighted Mind, a body of work that built off Hull’s bluegrass roots and ventured into entirely new terrain. But while its predecessor assumed a sparse and stripped-back palette, 25 Trips embodies a far more intricately arranged sound – an effect achieved with the help of peers like guitarist Mike Seal, bassist Ethan Jodziewicz, violinist Alex Hargreaves, and fiddler Christian Sedelmyer, as well as several musicians that Hull has long admired (including bassist Viktor Krauss, guitarist Bryan Sutton, and multi-instrumentalist Stuart Duncan).

Sierra Hull will be on tour throughout 2020. A list of confirmed dates is below. More dates will be announced in the coming weeks.

25 Trips Track Listing:

  1. Beautifully Out Of Place
  2. Middle Of The Woods
  3. How Long
  4. 25 Trips
  5. Ceiling To The Floor
  6. The Last Minute
  7. Escape
  8. Poison
  9. Waiting
  10. Everybody’s Talking
  11. Envy
  12. Less
  13. Father Time

Tour Dates:

2/28- Stoughton Opera House -Stoughton, WI
2/29- Castle Theatre -Bloomington, IL
3/1- 3rd and Lindsley – Nashville, TN
3/5 – McCandless Hall – Athens, AL
3/6 – Grand Ole Opry – Nashville, TN
3/7 – Cousin Jake Bluegrass Festival – Etowah, TN
3/12- Tennessee Theatre -Knoxville, TN
3/13- Taft Theatre -Cincinnati, OH
3/14- Brown Theatre -Louisville, KY
3/20- Jay and Susie Gogue Performing Arts Center -Auburn AL
3/21 – Suwannee Spring Reunion – Live Oak, FL
3/22 – Suwannee Spring Reunion – Live Oak, FL
3/23- Lyric Theatre -Stuart, FL
3/27- Gothic Theatre – Englewood, CO
3/28- Aggie Theatre – Ft. Collins, CO
3/29- Boulder Theater -Boulder, CO
4/1- Vilar Performing Arts Center -Beaver Creek, CO
4/2- Belly Up – Aspen, CO
4/3- Egyptian Theatre -Park City, UT
4/4- Egyptian Theatre -Park City, UT
4/5- Egyptian Theatre -Park City, UT
4/7- Visual Arts Collective – Garden City, ID
4/9- Sisters High School -Sisters, OR
4/10- Kirkland Performing Arts Center – Kirkland, WA
4/11- Doug Fir Lounge – Portland, OR
4/13- Ferndale Music Co. & the Old Steeple – Ferndale, CA
4/14 – The Center for the Arts -Grass Valley, CA
4/15 – Sierra Nevada Big Room, Chico, CA
4/16 – Yoshi’s, Oakland, CA
4/17- Yucaipa Performing Arts Center -Yucaipa, CA
4/18- Ruth B. Shannon Center for the Performing Arts -Whittier, CA
4/20- MIM Musical Instrument Museum -Phoenix, AZ
4/21- ArtPower -San Diego, CA
5/2 – Variety Playhouse – Atlanta, GA
5/21 – Strawberry Music Festival, Grass Valley, CA
5/23 – DelFest – Cumberland, MD
5/24 – DelFest – Cumberland, MD
6/20 – Gunter Theatre – Greenville, SC
7/16 – Grey Fox Bluegrass Festival – Oak Hill, NY
8/14 – Green Mountain Bluegrass and Roots Festival – Bennington County, VT
9/12 – Yadkin Cultural Arts Center, Yadkinville, NC

GGM Staff



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