Congrats to Epi fan Dave Rawlings whose new album Poor David's Almanack has been getting rave reviews. Rawlings recently announced a new 33-date headlining tour that will kick off in November and carry on through March, 2018.  See the full schedule below.

Poor David's Almanack features Rawlings with longtime music partner Gillian Welch, Willie Watson, Paul Kowert, Brittany Haas, Ketch Secor, and Taylor and Griffin Goldsmith and was produced by Ken Scott whose credits include The Beatles, David Bowie, Supertramp, Elton John, and Lou Reed's epic (and Epiphone Riviera driven) LP Transformer. Mr. Rawlings is particular about his guitars and gave the new Epiphone Masterbilt Century Olympic a work out (and an approving nod) during our classic interview.  

"Mine is a '35," Rawlings told when describing his original and road worn Olympic. "I found it at a friend's house. I know that at the time I found it, I had it in my head that I was interested in trying to find an instrument that would sit in a little more of a mid-range part of the tonal spectrum."

Check out our interview and be sure to see Dave and longtime music partner Gillian Welch when they come to your town.

"An Evening With David Rawlings" Tour Dates:

November 24 – Hartford, CT @ Infinity Hall
November 25 – Providence, RI @ Columbus Theatre
November 27 – Portland, ME @ State Theatre
November 28 – Northampton, MA @ Academy of Music Theatre
November 29 – Boston, MA @ Wilbur Theatre
December 1 – Burlington, VT @ Higher Ground Ballroom
December 2 – Albany, NY @ Hart Theatre at The Egg
December 3 – Ithaca, NY @ State Theatre
December 5 – New York, NY @ Brooklyn Steel
December 6 – Washington DC @ Lincoln Theatre
December 7 – Philadelphia, PA @ Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts
December 8 – Richmond, VA @ The National
December 9 – Charlottesville, VA @ Jefferson Theater
January 17 – Chattanooga, TN @ Tivoli Theater
January 18 – Athens, GA @ Georgia Theatre
January 19 – Charlotte, NC @ Neighborhood Theatre
January 20-21 – Saxapahaw, NC @ Haw River Ballroom
January 23 – Nashville, TN @ Ryman Auditorium
January 24 – Birmingham, AL @ The Lyric Theatre
January 25 – Atlanta, GA @ Variety Playhouse
January 26 – Asheville, NC @ Orange Peel
January 27 – Knoxville, TN @ Bijou Theatre
February 27 – Santa Cruz, CA @ Rio Theatre
February 28 – Santa Rosa, CA @ Luther Burbank Center for the Arts
March 1 – San Francisco, CA @ The Fillmore
March 2 – Santa Barbara, CA @ Lobero Theatre
March 3 – Los Angeles, CA @ The Theatre at Ace Hotel
March 5 – Arcata, CA @ John Van Duzer Theatre
March 7 – Grants Pass, OR @ Rogue Theater
March 8 – Eugene, OR @ McDonald Theatre
March 9 – Portland, OR @ Roseland Theater
March 10 – Seattle, WA @ Moore Theatre