Connecticut rock power trio, Great Blue have hit the road for the first leg of their tour in support of the band’s new self titled album, Great Blue. The first portion of the tour will see the band travel for two months throughout the eastern U.S., hitting 20 different cities. Great Blue is planning a second leg of the tour and currently working out the details for that run.
The tour kicked off on Oct. 27 at the Centre Street Pub in Schenectady and will conclude at home, on Nov. 25, at the Arch Street Tavern in Hartford, CT. New Yorkers can catch Great Blue play one more show on the first leg in N.Y. state at the Java Barn in Canton.
Rocking together for 10 years, Great Blue is made up of Peter Anspach (guitar/bass), Nick Hanna (drums), and Ethan Michael (guitar/bass). The band’s new self titled album was mastered by 13-time Emmy winner, Andy Gundell. The band has recently released the music video for their new song “Seeker.” Great Blue’s style of music has the melodies, grooves, and riffs to keep the energy electrifying and crowds moving.
Remaining Great Blue Tour Dates:
Oct. 31 – Zenbarn – Waterbury, VT
Nov. 2 – The Java Barn – Canton, NY
Nov. 4 – The Pompei Lounge – Staunton, VA
Nov. 7 – The Local – Boone, NC
Nov. 8 – The Nick – Birmingham, AL
Nov. 9 – Green Bar – Tuscaloosa, AL
Nov. 10 – Congress Street Social –
Nov. 11 – Palmetto Brewing Co. – Charleston, SC
Nov. 13 – Preservation Pub – Knoxville, TN
Nov. 14 – Nowhere Bar – Athens, GA
Nov. 16 – Isis Music Hall Lounge – Asheville, NC
Nov. 17 – The Whiskey – Wilmington, NC
Nov. 18 – Surf Bar – Folly Beach, SC
Nov. 19 – Tiki Hut – Hilton Head Island, GA
Nov. 20 – Cary St. Café – Richmond, VA
Nov. 24 – La Boca – Middletown, CT
Nov. 25 – Arch Street Tavern – Hartford, CT