Jake Clemons Announces First Australian Solo Tour
Jake Clemons, Photo By Ros O'Gorman, Noise11, photo

Jake Clemons, Photo By Ros O'Gorman

Jake Clemons Announces First Australian Solo Tour

by Paul Cashmere on July 9, 2014

in Live,News

Jake Clemons of the E Street Band will return to Australia in August for solo dates.

Clemons replaced his uncle Clarence Clemons in the E Street Band following Clarence’s death in 2011. Jake has toured Australia on the 2013 and 2014 Bruce Springsteen tours.

Jake Clemons will tour in support of his debut EP ‘Embracing Light’. Clemons co-produced the five-track EP with Brian Million at MSR Studios (NYC), Clay Garden Studios (Norfolk, VA) and Soul Haven Studios (Virginia Beach, VA). In addition to Million’s guitar, the EP features performances by Brett Mayer (piano, organ, backing vocals), Matt Musty (drums, backing vocals), Jason Crowgey (bass, backing vocals), Ryan Gleason (bass), Jake Hull (guitar) and Michael Westbrook (pedal steel, acoustic and electric guitar on the title track).

Jake Clemons Australian dates

August 13, Melbourne, The Toff In Town
August 14, Melbourne, The Substation
August 15, Melbourne, Flying Saucer Club
August 16, Brisbane, Old Museum
August 17, Byron Bay, Byron Theatre
August 20, Central Coast, Lizottes
August 21, Newcastle, Lizottes
August 22, Sydney, The Basement
August 23, Rozelle, The Bridge
August 24, Cronulla, The Basement

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