Lovell Sisters, Rebecca and Megan, also known as Larkin Poe, will be joining Elvis Costello on the North American leg of his Detour Tour this spring. The first show will kick off on March 29th in Santa Rose, CA and wrap on April 16th in Eugene, OR. The tour is limited to only the west coast currently, however more dates are planned to be announced.
The sisters teamed up with Elvis Costello almost five years ago when they were previously known as The Lovell Sisters. Since then, they have acted as his backing band of which has seemed to work out very well. The ladies shared, “We are so excited to be hitting the road with Elvis Costello this coming spring – in the USA and internationally! With our album, Reskinned, slated for a spring release, we can’t wait to get out and debut all our new songs for folks.”
Along with opening up for Elvis Costello, they have also opened up for acts such as Conor Oberst and Kristian Bush (Sugarland). By touring with many different artists, the sisters have been able to gain a mildly large fan base and are excited to push their new album Redskinned. This coming of age album for the girls follows their past EP KIN, which was released well over a year ago.
Be sure to check out Larkin Poe and their unique sound (of violin and harmony vocals infused with their own special flare) on tour this spring with Elvis Costello. Also listen to their latest single “Stubborn Love” here on NYLON.
February 15 – Keeping The Blues Alive at Sea II – Miami, FL
March 29 – Wells Fargo Center for the Arts – Santa Rosa, CA*
March 30 – The Masonic – San Francisco, CA*
April 1 – Arlington Theatre – Santa Barbara, CA*
April 2 – Theatre at Ace Hotel – Los Angeles, CA*
April 3 – Theatre at Ace Hotel – Los Angeles, CA*
April 5 – Fox Performing Arts Center – Riverside, CA*
April 7 – Balboa Theatre – San Diego, CA*
April 8 – Ikeda Theatre – Mesa, AZ*
April 9 – Rialto Theatre – Tucson, AZ*
April 11 – Paramount Theatre – Denver, CO*
April 12 – Kingsbury Hall University of Utah – Salt Lake City, UT*
April 13 – Center for the Arts – Jackson Hole, WY*
April 15 – Egyptian Theatre – Boise, ID*
April 16 – McDonald Theatre – Eugene, OR*
*Supporting Elvis Costello