Sign up for newsletter
 

The Mavs slate 25th anniversary tour

Wednesday, January 22, 2014 – The Mavericks will embark on the 25 Live Tour in late February, continuing through June.

"While the band was formed in the summer of 1989, our first show wasn't until months later ... making 2014 our 25th year together, and we're very excited to get back out on the road," said guitarist Robert Reynolds. "In many ways, our fans have become de facto members of the group, and it seems high time we throw a party."

The Mavericks regrouped to release "In Time" last year. The group is front man Raul Malo, Robert Reynolds, Eddie Perez and Jerry Dale McFadden

Tour dates are:
Feb. 27 Charleston Music Hall (Charleston, SC)
Feb. 28 Carolina Theatre (Durham, NC)
March 1 Jefferson Theater (Charlottesville, VA)
March 2 The Birchmere (Alexandria, VA)
March 7 Northern Lights Theater (Milwaukee, WI)
March 8 Royal Oak Music Theatre (Royal Oak, MI)
March 9 Pantages Theatre (Minneapolis, MN)
March 13 O'Brian's Event Centre (Saskatoon, Canada)
March 14 Casino Regina (Regina, Canada)
March 15 Living Sky Casino (Swift Current, Canada)
March 16 Burton Cummings Theatre (Winnipeg, Canada)
March 18 West Manitoba Centennial Theatre (Brandon Manitoba, Canada)
March 19 Festival Place (Sherwood Park, Canada)
March 20 Festival Place (Sherwood Park, Canada)
March 21 Athabasca Regional Multiplex (Athabasca, Canada)
March 22 Flames Central (Calgary, Canada)
March 29 Silver Legacy Resort & Casino (Reno, NV)
March 30 Great American Music Hall (San Francisco, CA)
April 1 Belly Up Tavern (Solana Beach, CA)
April 3 The Fonda Theatre (Los Angeles, CA)
April 5 Talking Stick Resort Showroom (Scottsdale, AZ)
April 10 House Of Blues (Houston, TX)
April 11 ACL Live at The Moody Theater (Austin, TX)
April 12 Main Street Arts Festival (Ft. Worth, TX)
April 13 Floores Country Store (Helotes, TX)
April 18 Knuckleheads Saloon (Kansas City, MO)
April 25 Center Stage (Atlanta, GA)
April 26 JazzFest (New Orleans, LA)
May 1 Parker Playhouse (Fort Lauderdale, FL)
May 2 Capitol Theatre (Clearwater, FL)
May 3 Suwannee River Jam (Live Oak, FL)
May 8 Calvin Theatre (Northampton, MA)
May 9 State Theatre (Portland, ME)
May 10 Capitol Center For The Arts (Concord, NH)
May 11 The Wilbur Theatre (Boston, MA)
May 15 SOPAC (South Orange, NJ)
May 16 Keswick Theatre (Glenside, PA)
May 17 Carnegie Music Hall of Homestead (Munhall, PA)
June 7 Little River Casino Resort (Manistee, MI)
June 19 Count Basie Theatre (Red Bank, NJ)
June 20 The Space at Westbury (Westbury, NY)
June 22 Mayo Performing Arts Center (Morristown, NJ)

More news for The Mavericks

CD reviews for The Mavericks

Hey! Merry Christmas! CD review - Hey! Merry Christmas!
Sometimes, musicians create holiday albums, and it's obvious to the listener the act is breaking character. Maybe they just want to make a buck off the seasonal experience, so they'll put on ill-fitting red clothes and play the part. With "Hey! Merry Christmas!" by The Mavericks, though, one finds another fine album by the group, which just happens to be comprised of songs that concern Christmas. For example, the title track is a piano-pumping, rockabilly Jerry Lee Lewis throwback. »»»
Mono CD review - Mono
The Mavericks returned in 2013 with an acclaimed new album and much touring after nearly a decade's absence. Here they are back again in 2015, minus one of their founding members, but with another dynamite new effort. The group announced in December 2014 that it had kicked out bassist Robert Reynolds from the band because he had developed an opiate addiction and was allegedly soliciting money from fans to support his habit. Reynolds is not listed as a contributor in the liner notes for »»»
In Time CD review - In Time
It only takes hearing a few notes of Back In Your Arms Again, the lead track from The Mavericks' first new studio in nearly a decade, to realize that that band has not lost a single step during its extended hiatus. Lead singer and primary songwriter Raul Malo's voice is powerful and velvety smooth throughout the recording, and the other band members complement Malo's distinctive vocals perfectly with a blend of sounds and styles that reflects the band's diverse influences. »»»
Editorial: Walking the talk – When names like Hank Williams, Johnny Cash, Waylon and the Hag are invoked, you're talking hard core country. These are the touchstones of country , the guys who made country music what it was and still is (or maybe can be). When these folks would sing about being down-and-out and the rough-and-tumble, they knew of what they were singing about. Fast forward a few years to the country singers of today. »»»
Concert Review: Combs, Gill, Harris, Crow comprise one final musical platter – Vince Gill played host to an entertaining guitar pull, a show which also featured his longtime friend, Emmylou Harris, slightly newer friend Sheryl Crow and brand-new friend Luke Combs. Gill joked from the outset that this All for the Hall fundraising show needed Combs to sell tickets, and by the audience's response, it was clear many came only to see Combs.... »»»
Concert Review: Stapleton shows his traditional roots – Chris Stapleton's All-American Road show feels like a singular mission to rid the genre of the bro country scourge that has plagued it for years. He came out with a blazing one-two punch of "Second One To Know" and "Without Your Love" and packed a stadium sized onslaught into a 9,000-seat arena. He never once veered from his... »»»
Follow Country Standard Time  Subscribe to Country News Digest  Follow Country Standard Time on twitter  Visit Country Standard Time on Facebook 

Elsewhere in the news

Currently at the CST blogs

Willis, Robison spin "Beautiful Lie" Eleven years ago, Kelly stepped away from music. She had just finished touring on 2007's exquisite "Translated From Love" and felt the angst of being a travelling musician with family at home. At that point, Willis and her husband, musician/producer Bruce Robison,... »»»
Chip Kinman celebrates brother, career on "Sounds Like Music" For a brief moment last summer, the news of Tony Kinman's death was, if not greatly exaggerated, then at least fortuitously premature. The roots rock icon, known for his work in The Dils, Rank and File, Blackbird and Cowboy Nation with his younger brother Chip, had been diagnosed with cancer in March 2018,... »»»
Shiflett learns "Hard Lessons" Until recently, Chris Shiflett took a somewhat obsessive/compulsive approach to his music career. For the past two decades, Shiflett has been the primary guitar foil for Dave Grohl in Foo Fighters; early in his tenure, Shiflett was so self-deprecatingly... »»»
Threads CD review - Threads
With "Threads," Sheryl Crow gets the all-star-guest treatment on what she says is her swang song, with each song featuring a favorite fellow artist. She seems a little too young for this kind of tribute. Nevertheless,  »»»
Let it Roll CD review - Let it Roll
Midland is more magicians than musicians. When the trio came out with their omnipresent 2017 single "Drinkin' Problem," they pulled off their first trick: a brand-new band to radio who sounded like old friends. Their sound and their look (matador »»»
While I'm Livin' CD review - While I'm Livin'
It's been 17 years since we've had a new album from Tanya Tucker, so it's a real pleasure to hear her clear throaty vocals deliver these songs with her characteristic raw emotion. Tucker knows how to get into a song and make it her own »»»
Gypsy CD review - Gypsy
Eilen Jewell's "Gypsy" opens with the ominous, mysterious "Beat the Drum," which is a swampy - and yes, gypsy - song of warning about some impending doom or other. It plays out like a softer type of vintage... »»»
Texas CD review - Texas
Rodney Crowell is a rare breed of a country songwriter. Yes, he knows how to write traditional country songs; it's just he's also a deep thinker, which requires extra effort on the part of the listener to appreciate them fully.  »»»
New Moon Over My Shoulder CD review - New Moon Over My Shoulder
Larry Sparks was still a teenager when Ralph Stanley chose him to replace his brother Carter Stanley as guitarist and lead singer in the Clinch Mountain Boys in the wake of Carter's passing in December 1966. »»»