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Jason Isbell Releases Official Music Video For 'White Beretta' + Announces Tour Dates

By Megan Routledge.

Jason Isbell's latest video release is "White Beretta" taken from his critically-acclaimed album "Weathervanes". Also announced are dates for a major tour across the United States beginning on January 17th, and continuing through to August 17th, 2024.

Jason Isbell is an American singer-songwriter and guitarist known for his soulful and introspective approach to Americana and country music. Born on February 1, 1979, in Green Hill, Alabama, Isbell's musical journey began at an early age. He developed a passion for playing the guitar and honed his songwriting skills, eventually becoming a prominent figure in the contemporary Americana scene.

Isbell first gained recognition as a member of the Southern rock band Drive-By Truckers, joining the group in 2001. During his tenure with the band, he contributed significantly to their critically acclaimed albums, such as "Decoration Day" and "The Dirty South." Isbell's distinct songwriting style, marked by poignant storytelling and evocative lyrics, set him apart in the crowded landscape of American roots music.

In 2007, Jason Isbell embarked on a solo career, releasing his debut album, "Sirens of the Ditch." The album showcased his ability to blend elements of rock, country, and folk, earning him praise for his authenticity and musical craftsmanship. His subsequent albums, including "Jason Isbell and The 400 Unit" (2009) and "Southeastern" (2013), further solidified his reputation as a formidable solo artist.

"Southeastern" marked a turning point in Isbell's career, receiving widespread acclaim and earning him a Grammy Award for Best Americana Album. The album featured deeply personal and introspective tracks, reflecting Isbell's struggles with addiction and his journey toward sobriety.

In the years that followed, Isbell continued to captivate audiences with albums like "Something More Than Free" (2015) and "The Nashville Sound" (2017), both of which earned Grammy Awards for Best Americana Album. His songwriting prowess and emotive performances resonated with fans and critics alike.

Beyond his solo work, Isbell collaborates with his band, The 400 Unit, delivering powerful live performances that showcase their collective musical prowess. The group's dynamic instrumentation and Isbell's compelling storytelling create a synergy that elevates his live shows to must-see events.


Jan 17: Springfield, MO - Shrine Mosque

Jan 18: Lawrence, KS - Liberty Hall (SOLD OUT)

Jan 19: Oklahoma City, OK - Paycom Center *

Jan 20: Oklahoma City, OK - Paycom Center *

Feb 15: Riviera Maya, MX - Moon Palace

Feb 19: Wilmington, NC - Wilson Center + (SOLD OUT)

Feb 20: Baltimore, MD - The Lyric + (SOLD OUT)

Feb 21: Williamsport, PA - Community Arts Center +

Feb 23: Philadelphia, PA - The Met ∞ (SOLD OUT)

Feb 24: New York, NY - Radio City Music Hall ∞ (SOLD OUT)

Feb 26: Portland, ME - State Theatre + (SOLD OUT)

Feb 27: Rochester, NY - Kodak Center +

Feb 29: Chicago, IL - The Salt Shed +

March 1: Chicago, IL - The Salt Shed + (SOLD OUT)

March 2: St. Paul, MN - Palace Theatre + (SOLD OUT)

March 3: St. Paul, MN - Palace Theatre + (SOLD OUT)

March 5: Duluth, MN - DECC Symphony Hall +

March 6: Des Moines, IA - Val Air Ballroom +

March 8: Fort Wayne, IN - Embassy Theatre +

March 9: Pittsburgh, PA - Benedum Center +

March 10: Evansville, IN - Victory Theatre ^

March 28: Atlanta, GA - Tabernacle ^

March 29: Atlanta, GA - Tabernacle =

March 30: Atlanta, GA - Tabernacle ~

March 31: Atlanta, GA - Tabernacle &

April 10: Athens, Ohio - Music Industry Summit

April 20: Baton Rouge, LA - Raising Cane's River Center Arena *

May 1: La Vista, NE - The Astro ø

May 2: Denver, CO - Mission Ballroom $ (SOLD OUT)

May 3: Morrison, CO - Red Rocks $ (SOLD OUT)

May 18: Bentonville, AR - FreshGrass Festival

June 20: Detroit, MI - Ford Field /

June 21: Interlochen, MI - Interlochen Center for the Arts % "

June 22: Kalamazoo, MI - Kalamazoo State Theatre %

June 25: Boston, MA - Roadrunner %

June 26: Foxborough, MA - Gillette Stadium /

June 29: Lafayette, NY - Beak & Skiff Apple Orchards %

June 30: Charlottesville, VA - Ting Pavilion %

July 11: Wichita, KS - Wave - Outdoor #

July 12: Dillon, CO - Dillon Amphitheater #

July 13: Park City, UT - Snow Park Amphitheater #

July 14: Bonner, MT - KettleHouse Amphitheater #

July 20: Saratoga, CA - Mountain Winery # "

July 24: Dallas, TX - Majestic Theatre #

July 25: New Orleans, LA - Caesars Stadium /

July 26: New Braunfels, TX - Whitewater Amphitheater °

July 27: Houston, TX - NRG Stadium /

Aug 10: Indianapolis, IN - Everwise Amphitheater at White River State Park

Aug 14: Tampa, FL - Raymond James Stadium /

Aug 17: Arlington, TX - AT&T Stadium /

* Co-Headline w/ Turnpike Troubadours

+ w/ Palehound

∞ w/ Aimee Mann

^ w/ Joan Shelley

= w/ Tommy Prine

~ w/ Kyshona

& w/ Autumn Nicholas

ø w/ Jobi Riccio

$ w/ Amanda Shires

% w/ Courtney Marie Andrews

# w/ Adeem The Artist 

° w/ Nitty Gritty Dirt Band

/ Supporting Zach Bryan

" On-Sale TBD 



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