Dylan LeBlanc is embarking on a solo tour in support of his new album, Cautionary Tale. After releasing two critically acclaimed albums early in his career, he left a major label deal behind due to a combination of feeling overwhelmed by his sudden success and his own self-doubt. His latest album is filled with shimmering songs and his trademark vocals, which had attracted attention from Lucinda Williams and Bruce Springsteen in the past. Now that he's back on the road, he has opened for British singer-songwriter George Ezra, and he's looking forward to his own tour with shows throughout the South, Midwest, and New England.
A New York–born folk singer-songwriter, Brian Dunne has won the attention and praise of many. With his sharp lyrics and country-influenced vocals, he has played throughout the U.S. folk scene. Citing influences such as Bob Dylan, the Band, and Bruce Springsteen, Dunne shows his roots through the sound and style of his songwriting and performing. After graduating from Berklee in 2011, he moved to Brooklyn and is currently based there. Following his 2012 EP, The Brooklyn Bridge, which received praise from John Mayer among others, Dunne is planning to release his first full-length record, Songs from the Hive, on February 17.