Fruition is happy to announce their first visit to the East Coast in 2 years. Four shows in the Northeast with support from Tommy Alexander will go on sale this Friday. The band has also set a new release date for their first ever live release, “Live, Vol. 1” which is now due out February 25th, 2022.

WinterWonderGrass is set to return to California over April 1–3, 2022 at Palisades Tahoe resort. Today, the festival shares its larger-than-ever Grass After Dark late night series, offering ten distinct shows over five venues throughout the weekend.

Fruition is happy to announce their first ever live release, “Live, Vol. 1” which is due out January 7th, 2022. Drummer and Mixing Engineer Tyler Thompson shares "This album is a recording of a show at Visual Arts Collective in Boise, ID on February 10th, 2019. It was the end of a long tour, so we were definitely firing on all cylinders. Luckily, we didn't even know the show was being recorded to multitrack, so the energy couldn't be more honest and rowdy.

Fruition is happy to announce their biggest headline show to date, a return to Denver’s Mission Ballroom on March 11th. Colorado has been a home away from home for the band, who played their album release show for Wild As The Night, Broken At The Break Of Day on January 17th, 2020. The co-billed show with the California Honeydrops was sold out in advance and celebrated the release of their latest album which reached top 5 on both the Americana radio album and singles charts and was received to critical acclaim.

Let’s look at the creativity and courageousness exposing the truths, the deep meaning underfoot, like bugs after the rain, this past year has been insane. Rearranged and renamed, complaints unrestrained, this is the new normal. I’d wanted to write scripture about Shoe Fest, some sort of article of faith, a declaration of devotion to what made me fall in love with festivals in the first place… Alas, this is my iconoclast blast that shall be touted on Facebook groups across America, the finest in toilet reading material.

Fruition is happy to announce their first shows in the Pacific Northwest since 2019. The quintet will be appearing at The Crocodile in Seattle on December 29th, and at The Wonder Ballroom on December 30th and 31st in the band's birthplace of Portland, OR.  

On December 29th and 31st, the band will be joined by Austin, TX’s own The Deer, while December 30th will see them share the stage with The Laurelthirst Regulars featuring TK and Lewi

Fruition is happy to announce their first live show since March of 2020. The quintet will be appearing July 30th at the Dillon Amphitheater, with special guests Mipso.

As Covid 19 took over the world last March, Fruition were in the middle of their “Wild As The Night, Broken At The Break of Day” album tour. With their single “Dawn”  charting at AAA and Americana radio, plus a full summer of festivals ahead, the band was forced to  cancel their remaining shows and head home.

To mark the release of her brand-new solo EP “Nothing Has Changed”, Mimi Naja of Fruition will perform a live stream from Nashville’s Purple Building tonight at 9pm ET. While the EP was recorded at Fruition drummer Tyler Thompson’s studio, for tonight’s EP release show Naja will be joined by Anthony da Costa, PJ George, and Alex Bice.

The second track from Mimi Naja’s upcoming solo EP lands at all digital retailers today accompanied by an animated video from the muti-talented Deren Ney (Nicki Bluhm and the Gramblers).

“Coin In My Pocket” is an upbeat song about renewal, alluding to the token chip of the Alcoholics Anonymous program being a tangible symbol of progress and life’s new season.

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After spending the last decade in the Pacific Northwest, Mimi Naja has made her way from Portland, OR to her new Nashville home. Raised in the outskirts of Atlanta, the urban south beckoned her spirit when touring paused. As a founding member of roots-rock sweethearts Fruition, Mimi began her professional music career as one of three friends busking on the streets of Portland in 2008. As buzz grew around Fruition’s alluring three-part harmonies and community-bonding dance floor, they took their show to stages around the country.

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