Maybe We Never Die Tour
with Aaron Raitiere
Anderson East on Saturday, December 11 at Delmar Hall is rescheduled to Saturday, March 5, 2022. Previously purchased tickets will be honored at the new date. Refunds available at point or purchase.
Message from Anderson East:
Look like the bug we’ve been trying to avoid had finally found us. We are all doing ok but have to postpone December 10-18 to 2022. All tickets will be honored and we will let you know the dates as soon as possible. I’m incredibly sorry for the inconvenience this may have caused you. Thank you all so much for your understanding and all the support. We’ll see y’all very soon.
About Anderson East
Maybe We Never Die, Anderson East‘s third release for Elektra/Low Country Sound takes the Alabama born, Nashville-based singer-songwriter’s seductively vintage voice in a decidedly fresh direction. The 12 tracks flow together with an overarching sense of urgency but maintain distinct musical boundaries. The energy toggles between a hunger for vulnerability in togetherness and a clinging to solitude as a romantic self-defense. There is consternation with the speed and volume at which the world operates and solace to be found in the simple act of getting up and going. And the beguiling title track, with its woozy strings swirling around East’s celestial falsetto as it curls towards the ceiling like smoke is, as they say, a whole mood; a sense of a single night’s dusk-to-sunrise contemplation. Collaborating once again with Dave Cobb along with longtime bandleader and now co-producer Philip Towns, East has found an enticing new avenue, one that maintains a connection to his past but keeps his eyes on the road ahead.
Maybe We Never Die is East’s first new music since 2018’s breakthrough album, Encore, which featured the Grammy-nominated #1 AAA radio single, “All On My Mind.” Heralded by critics, The New York Times praised Encore...