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The Devil Makes Three tours

Wednesday, August 16, 2017 – The Devil Makes Three announced a run of U.S. tour dates for this fall.

The trio released "Redemption & Ruin" on New West Records last year. A curated collection of covers, the album pays tribute to Tom Waits, Willie Nelson, Kris Kristofferson and Townes Van Zandt.

Tour dates are:
Oct 2- Asheville, NC at The Orange Peel
Oct 25 - Athens, GA at Georgia Theatre
Oct 26 - Live Oak, FL at Suwannee Hulaween
Oct 27 - Knoxville, TN at The Mill & Mine
Oct 28 - St. Louis, MO at The Pageant
Nov. 1 - Flagstaff, AZ at Orpheum Theater
Nov. 2 - Tucson, AZ at Rialto Theatre
Nov. 3 - San Diego, CA at The Observatory North Park
Nov. 4 - Ventura, CA at Majestic Ventura Theater
Nov. 5 - Chico, CA at Senator Theatre
Nov. 7 - Arcata, CA at Humboldt State University
Nov. 9 - Eugene, OR at McDonald Theater
Nov. 10 - Portland, OR at Crystal Ballroom
Nov. 11 - Seattle, WA at Showbox SoDo
Nov. 12 - Vancouver, BC at Commodore Ballroom
Nov. 15 - Missoula, MT at The Wilma
Nov. 16 - Boise, ID at Knitting Factory Concert House
Nov. 17 - Salt Lake City, UT at The Depot
Nov. 18-19 Denver, CO at Ogden Theatre

Tickets go on sale this Friday, Aug. 18 at noon eastern.

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