The Raconteurs will officially return to the stage to perform together for the first time in eight years next month.
The band’s performance will be part of a 10th Anniversary celebration for Third Man Records and their Nashville location taking place on April 6 in the Nashville location’s “Blue Room.”
Per Third Man Records’ official website, Lillie Mae, Craig Brown Band, Teddy & The Rough Riders, The Dirtbombs, The Gories, Detroit Cobras, Quintron & Miss Pussycat, Soledad Brothers, and Todd Albright are also scheduled to perform. “Special guests” include Margo Price, Alison Mosshart, Carla Azar, Joshua Hedley, Dave Buick and more.
General admission tickets will cost $75 and will go on sale Friday, March 15 at 1 PM. Third Man Vault Members will have access to “Ultra Tickets” for $150 that include an exclusive Raconteurs 7”, priority access to Blue Room performances and host of other goodies. Complete ticket information can be found at ThirdManRecords.com.
This show announcement comes about a week after The Raconteurs were reported by Variety as being part of the Woodstock 50 lineup. So far, that performance has yet to be officially confirmed.
The Raconteurs are currently working on the follow-up to 2008’s Consolers of the Lonely and is expected to be released later this year. In the lead-up to the album’s release, the band released a double A-side single, “Sunday Driver” and “Now That You’re Gone,” in December 2018.
Music video for "Sunday Driver" by The Raconteurs. New double A-side single also featuring "Now That You're Gone" available now: http://smarturl.it/racsdoublea "Sunday Driver" was directed by Steven Sebring - acclaimed photographer, filmmaker, inventor, and vanguard in artistic 3D imaging - and captured at the Sebring Revolution Media Lab in New York City.
Music video for "Now That You're Gone" by The Raconteurs. New double A-side single also featuring "Sunday Driver" available now: http://smarturl.it/racsdoublea "The video is a very rock and roll approach to the wide range of emotions a person goes through when dealing with a broken heart.
Erica Banas is rock/classic rock news blogger that loves the smell of old vinyl in the morning.