Cordovas announce the release of their fourth studio album, The Rose of Aces, released via ATO Records on August 11. Produced by Cory Hanson (Drag City, Wand, Ty Segal), the album is a timeless set of free spirited country rock, from the band led by singular storied singer-songwriter and mystic classicist, Joe Firstman. Presave the album HERE.
Cordovas have released, “Fallen Angels of Rock ‘n’ Roll,” a freewheeling song that fans will have heard live for years, a road tested wistful ode to “the friends back in the day who didn’t make it.” Says Firstman, adding, “the important part is don’t forget what music does for you. It can make you sad, it can make you happy, it can remind you of a better time.”
There’s no better way to kick off The Rose of Aces and Cordovas’ new chapter. The communal living rock outfit that have already caught the attention of everyone from Rolling Stone to CBS Saturday, are back with a new album that showcases a band at their very best, hitting their creative stride after logging thousands of hours on the road, developing dexterous musical chops and pushing their vocals to the limit. The band has long cited influences like the Allman Brothers, Grateful Dead, and the Band. And while Cordovas can certainly jam, they’ve also long been acclaimed as tapping into the more songwriting-oriented side of those forebears. From “Fallen Angels” onward, you can hear the band honing their craft, soon to establish them as “Nashville’s best rock and roll band.”
Cordovas also announced they are hitting the road, with a headline tour with dates across Europe and the US. through June, July, August and October 2023, with shows at iconic Garcia’s At The Capitol Theater in Port Chester, NY and a celebration of the album’s release on August 11 at the Fox Theatre in Boulder CO. Tickets are on sale now, please visit http://cordovasband.com for more information.
TOUR DATES INCLUDE:
Thu-Jul-20-23 – Venice Beach, CA – Venice West
Sat-Jul-22-23 – San Diego, CA – Casbah
Mon-Jul-24-23 – Felton, CA – Felton Music Hall
Wed-Jul-26-23 – Sacramento, CA – Folsom Hotel
Thu-Jul-27-23 – Healdsburg, CA – Little Saint
Sat-Jul-29-23 – Camino, CA – Delfino Farms
Fri-Aug-11-23 – Boulder, CO – Fox Theatre
Sat-Aug-12-23 – Denver, CO – Ophelia’s Electric Soapbox
Sun-Aug-13-23 – Fort Collins, CO -The Aggie
Wed-Aug-16-23 – Indianapolis, IN – HI-FI
Thu-Aug-17-23 – Hamilton, OH – RiversEdge Amph.
Fri-Aug-18-23 – Harrisburg, PA – Harrisburg Midtown Arts Ctr
Sun-Aug-20-23 – Morristown, NJ – The Homestead
Tue-Aug-22-23 – Port Chester, NY – Garcia’s
Fri-Aug-25-23 – Evanston, IL
Fri-Oct-13-23 – Roswell, GA – From the Earth
Sat-Oct-14-23 – Macon, GA – Capitol Theatre
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