Find your Jason Isbell tickets today! The country singer is hitting the road in 2016 in support of his most recent album, Something More Than Free. Joining Jason Isbell for his tour will be country folk group Shovels & Rope. Take a look at the schedule below and get your cheap Jason Isbell tickets today!
|Date & Time||Event||Location|
Dec 15, 2016
|Jason Isbell||Montgomery, AL|
Montgomery Performing Arts Centre
Dec 17, 2016
|Jason Isbell||Thackerville, OK|
Dec 31, 2016
|John Prine & Jason Isbell||Nashville, TN|
Grand Ole Opry House
Mar 15, 2017
|Jason Isbell||Anaheim, CA|
House Of Blues - Anaheim
Mar 16, 2017
|Jason Isbell||Las Vegas, NV|
House Of Blues - Las Vegas
Apr 01, 2017
|Jason Isbell||Savannah, GA|
Johnny Mercer Theatre
|Current Tour:||2016 Tour|
|Discography:||Sirens of the Ditch (2007)
Jason Isbell and The 400 Unit (2009)
Here We Rest (2011)
Something More Than Free (2015)
On July 17, 2015, Jason Isbell released his fifth studio album, Something More Than Free. The album was produced by Dave Cobb and was distributed via Southeastern Records. Something More Than Free debuted at the number six spot on the Billboard 200 and at the number one spot on the Top Country Albums and Top Rock Albums charts. The album received positive feedback from critics.
In support of Something More Than Free, Jason Isbell announced a 2016 tour with country folk duo Shovels & Rope. Scheduled to kick off on February 11 at ACL Live at The Moody Theater in Austin, the circuit will make stops across the United States, including at the Beacon Theatre in New York City, the Peabody Opera House in in St. Louis, and Ovens Auditorium in Charlotte. In all, 17 shows are scheduled to take place, with the final occurring at the St. Augustine Amphitheatre on March 5. Get your Jason Isbell tickets now!
Michal Jason Isbell, known to most as Jason Isbell, was born on February 1, 1979 in Green Hill Alabama. Growing up, Jason Isbell’s uncle and grandfather taught him how to play various musical instruments, including the mandolin because it was easy for him to hold as a young child. Once in high school, Jason Isbell began playing the trumpet and French horn.
When Jason Isbell was 15, he and a friend began a country cover band and the two played at the Grand Ole Opry when he was 16. In 2001, Jason Isbell joined the southern rock band Drive-By Truckers as a vocalist and guitarist. Jason Isbell stayed with the band for six years and contributed to three of their albums.
Shortly after parting from Drive-By Truckers, Jason Isbell released his first solo album, Sirens of the Ditch. Ever since, fans have been looking to buy Jason Isbell tickets. As of 2016, Jason Isbell has released a total of five solo albums, most recently Something More Than Free in 2015.