It was great to see Elvis Costello and the Imposters at Riot Fest last month in Douglas Park in Chicago. EC was in high spirits and after resting up from a health scare earlier this summer is clearly ready to rock and roll. Costello’s first new solo album in over a decade, Look Now, is out now and a fall tour of the U.S. will kick off November 3 in Atlantic City. We're also excited to finally see his 90s era composition with Carole King, "Burnt Sugar Is So Bitter," on the album as well. 

Along with his typical army of guitars, Costello has lately favored a vintage Epiphone Riviera similar to the Epiphone Ltd. Ed. Elitist "1966" Custom Riviera Outfit which is made in Japan and features two Gibson USA Mini-humbuckers, Gotoh® "Deluxe" machine heads, a 60s style hard case, and is finished in a nitrocellulose lacquer. Visit the official website for tour dates and witness the mighty EC live at the Capitol Theatre in Port Chester, New York earlier this year.