Fruition’s full lineup is returning to the road in 2023. While the three singers hit the road for select dates in late 2022, Drummer Tyler Thompson and his wife Samantha welcomed a new baby in November, and bassist Jeff Leonard and his partner Amelia had a baby daughter earlier in the year. With both ready to return to the road, the band is happy to announce new dates to bring them back to the Southeast in March.
The five-piece band’s sound is a distinct, harmony-driven blend of Americana motivated by the desire to serve the song. Trio tour stops in November and December saw Jay Cobb Anderson, Kellen Asebroek and Mimi Naja debut over 15 new songs, rearrangements of fan favorites, and some bustouts from their earliest records.
The five date tour follows a two night stand in Denver, and an appearance on JamCruise. Kicking off with an evening with the band at Pensacola State College’s Lyceum series, the band will then be joined for four shows by guitarist Anthony da Costa (Sarah Jarosz, Joy Williams, Molly Tuttle) who will be touring in support of his new record I Should Call My Mother.
The band will be hitting the studio later this year to begin work on a new album.
Upcoming Tour Dates
1/27/2023 Denver, CO Cervantes Ballroom and Otherside*
1/28/2023 Denver, CO Cervantes Ballroom and Otherside**
2/6-12/2023 Miami, FL JamCruise
3/6/2023 Pensacola, FL Pensacola State College Lyceum Series
3/8/2023 Jacksonville, FL Intuition Ale #
3/9/2023 Atlanta, GA Terminal West #
3/10/2023 Nashville, TN 3rd & Lindsley #
3/11/2023 Asheville, NC Asheville Music Hall #
* with Texas Gentleman, TK & The Holy Know Nothings, Rainbow Girls and John R Miller plus Jennifer Hartswick and Natalie Cressman
** with Handmade Moments, Dave Watts’ Zepp is Funk, Mama Magnolia and John R Miller plus Jennifer Hartswick and Natalie Cressman
# with Anthony da Costa