The January Flower Tour
with Jordy Searcy
Mat Kearney: 9pm
Jordy Searcy: 8pm
Doors at 7pm
*Set times are approximate and subject to change without notice.
There will be no Early Entry for this show.
Mat Kearney at The Pageant on Saturday, October 23 is rescheduled to Wednesday, February 23, 2022. Previously purchased tickets will be honored at the new date.
Statement from Mat:
“With an extremely heavy heart I’m announcing we’re moving my fall tour to next year.
This is by far the most painful decision I have had to make in my career. Mostly because I don’t want to let you guys down. I hope you can join us next year when we can sing together and experience live music in the way I have missed deeply.
All current tickets will be applied to those new dates. If you are unable to make it to the new show date, refunds will be made available at the point of purchase through October 15th.
Take care of yourselves and stay tuned for the announcement of the second leg – those dates are coming.
About the Artist
Unexpected, unplanned moments often yield the most beautiful results. That’s how Mat Kearney arrived at his sixth album, January Flower, a collection of honest, stripped down songs that brings the Nashville-based, Oregon-born musician back to his singer-songwriter roots.
In January of 2019, Mat packed up his recording gear and decamped to an isolated house in Joshua Tree with his childhood friend Marshall Roeman, a painter, and songwriter Eli Teplin. The plan was to use their two weeks in the desert to create with a full recording studio, but a massive storm hit, deluging the area in record rainfall and shutting down their power. With the light of the wood burning stove to guide the way, Mat took the opportunity to explore music from a new angle, armed with only his voice and an acoustic guitar.
“You couldn’t see anything from the house but desert and it was so beautiful,” the musician remembers. “This storm came in and we were just in this house, so we started writing songs. We wrote four or five of the songs that are on the record. Stripping it back to me and a guitar and some friends reminded me of how I...