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Truth & Salvage Co. Announce Summer Tour | Bonnaroo, Red Rocks, Avetts & more

Truth & Salvage Co. will embark on a coast-to-coast U.S. tour this summer in support of their self-titled debut album, due May 25 on Silver Arrow/Megaforce. The 43-date run marks the band's first extended headline tour. The trek also includes performances at a number of high profile summer festivals, including Bonnaroo, Beale Street Music Festival, Wakarusa and High Sierra Music Festival.

"We are having a blast and it just keeps getting better. The whole thing is a dream come true," says Truth & Salvage Co.'s vocalist/guitarist Scott Kinnebrew. "It's going to be beautiful. Throughout the summer we have shows booked in towns and festivals all over the nation with people as eager to see us as we are eager to see them. Now is the moment and this moment is fine!"

Truth & Salvage Co. emerged from the revered Hotel Cafe singer/songwriter scene in Los Angeles. The band's six members met after migrating to the West Coast from various points throughout the Midwest and Southeast. Comprised of four lead vocalists and songwriters, the band attracted the attention of The Black Crowes' Chris Robinson. He would go on to sign Truth & Salvage Co. to his label and produce their debut album. The 12-track effort that resulted from those sessions has drawn early comparisons to the likes of The Band, Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers and The Eagles. Standout songs such as the album's first single "Call Back" and it's closing track "Pure Mountain Angel" intertwine timeless country rock balladry with sweet four part harmonies, while up-tempo guitar-driven numbers like "See Her" and "Heart Like A Wheel" strike a perfect balance between vintage rock choruses set against rugged Americana.

Truth & Salvage Co.'s unreleased song and video of "Them Jeans" was recently selected by Gap Jeans to debut on the fashion retailer's new iPad e-commerce application.

Currently, Truth & Salvage Co. is on the road with The Avett Brothers.

Upcoming summer tour dates are:

April 17 | The Fox Theatre | Oakland, CA*
April 18 | Grand Sierra Theatre | Reno, NV*
April 20 & 21 | Boulder Theater | Boulder, CO*
April 23 | Rialto Theater | Tucson, AZ*
April 24 | Mesa Arts Center | Mesa, AZ*
April 25 | Stage Coach | Indio, CA
April 27 | Crest Theater | Sacramento, CA*
April 28 | Moe's Alley | Santa Cruz, CA
April 29 | House Of Blues | San Diego, CA*
May 2 | Beale Street Music Festival | Memphis, TN
May 3 | Old Rock House | St. Louis, MO
May 4 | Crosstown Station | Kansas City, MO
May 6 | Birdy's | Indianapolis, IN
May 7 | Schuba's | Chicago, IL
May 8 | University Of Wisconsin | Madison, WI
May 25 | Grey Eagle | Asheville, NC
May 26 | The Pour House | Charleston, SC
May 27 | The Earl | Atlanta, GA
May 28 | 40 Watt Club | Athens, GA
May 29 | Work Play | Birmingham, AL
June 3 | 3rd & Lindsley | Nashville, TN
June 5 | Wakarusa | Ozark, AR
June 6 | Cambridge Room at House Of Blues | Dallas, TX
June 7 | Stubb's BBQ | Austin, TX
June 8 | House Of Blues | Houston, TX
June 9 | Chelsea's Cafe | Baton Rouge, LA
June 11 | Proud Larry's | Oxford, MS
June 12 | Bonnaroo | Manchester, TN
June 15 | Thunderbird Cafe | Pittsburgh, PA
June 16 | DC9 | Washington, DC
June 17 | Ottobar | Baltimore, MD
June 18 | North Star Bar | Philadelphia, PA
June 19 | Piano's | New York, NY
June 20 | Iron Horse Music Hall | Northampton, MA
June 22 | Westcott Theater | Syracuse, NY
June 23 | Beachland Ballroom | Cleveland, OH
June 30 | Mountain Winery | Saratoga, CA**
July 1 | Cafe Du Nord | San Francisco
July 2 | Britt Pavilion | Jacksonville, OR**
July 3 | High Sierra Music Festival | Quincy, CA
July 4 | Aces Ballpark | Reno, NV
July 5 | Crystal Bay Club | Crystal Bay, NV
September 4 | Red Rocks | Morrison, CO*

*w/ The Avett Brothers
**w/ The Black Crowes