On April 21, Jason Eady released his first album in three years in partnership with Thirty Tigers. The eponymous record hit #17 on both the Billboard Americana/Folk Chart and Heatseakers Chart. The album is also climbing the Americana Radio Chart where it was #1 most-added last week and currently sitting at #18.

Jason Eady is now available for purchase via his website and iTunes. Eady is currently on the road throughout the summer, with more dates to be announced in the coming weeks. Find a full itinerary below.

Recently, Noisey premiered the album in its entirety and called it “a self-titled 10-song collection of classic, heart-wrenching, delicate country.”

Eady recently showcased at SXSW ’17 and caught the attention of Rolling Stone, who said, “Eady previewed his upcoming eponymous album with a set of writerly songs in the key of Merle Haggard, full of just-right details. Eady is a thoughtful tunesmith and performer, confident in precisely who he is at this stage of his career.”


The album was also met with acclaim from NPR Music, The Bluegrass Situation, Taste of Country, American Songwriter and Rolling Stone Country.


Acclaim for Jason Eady:


“His well isn’t running dry, it’s just now finding the sweetwater.”

Saving Country Music


“Heavily steeped in his storyteller lyrical style and cleverly framed by uncluttered, acoustic-rich arrangements, the record breathes with nuance and space.”

Rolling Stone Country


“Jason Eady is at ease and his best.” – Wide Open Country


“Clearly, one to watch, Eady has easily established his credence.” – Glide Magazine


Tour Dates:


5/2: Minneapolis, MN – Dakota Jazz Club Restaurant*

5/5: Milwaukee, WI – Pabst Theater *

5/6: New Braunfels, TX – Wein and Saengerfest

5/6: San Saba, TX – Digg’s Restaurant & Club

5/7: Fort Worth, TX – Shipping and Receiving %

5/13: Pontivy, France – Mayfest

5/27: Vicenza, Italy – Country Road Clubhouse %

6/1: Greenville, TX – Greenville Municipal Auditorium

6/2: San Angelo, TX – House of Fifi Dubois

6/13: Willow Park, TX – Railhead Smokehouse

6/17: Aubrey, TX – Aubrey Festival Grounds %

6/18: Lubbock, TX – Cactus Theatre

6/24: Filer, ID – HWY 30 Music Fest %

6/25: Salt Lake City, UT – Kilby Court

6/27: Denver, CO – Soiled Dove

6/30: Belleville, IL – Eckert’s Country Store

7/4: Hudson Oaks, TX – Gene Voyle City Park

7/5: Tomball, TX – Main Street Crossing

7/12: Atlanta, GA – Eddie’s Attic

7/13: Jackson, MS – Duling Hall

7/14: Arlington, TX – Levitt Pavilion

7/28: Sugar Creek, MO – La Benite Park

10/21: Boerne, TX – Kendall County Fairgrounds


* – with Joe Ely

% – with Courtney Patton






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