Soulive: Live Album/Tour


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Recorded over two nights this spring at San Francisco's Independent, Live in San Francisco captures Soulive hitting on all cylinders. Having just released the horn fueled Up Here, they were amidst a spring tour that featured the core trio and long time collaborators Sam Kininger and Ryan Zoidis along with Nigel Hall on vocals. Live in San Francisco is available now at iTunes.

Soulive has always been known for their heated live performances and Live in San Francisco upholds that tradition. Featuring ultra-tight versions of new favorites “Up Right" and “Too Much" alongside the classic staple “El Ron," this is a live record that is sure to impress new and old fans alike.

In continuing what has been a busy year of touring in which Soulive hit old haunts and launched their own festival, The Royal Family Get Down, the band will continue its fall tour in the Northeast. The tour wraps up with a two-night Halloween celebration at the National Zoo in DC and The Neighborhood Theater in Charlotte, NC.

10.14 - The Note - Westchester, PA *with the Shady Horns and Nigel Hall
10.15 - The Bowery Ballroom - New York, NY *with the Shady Horns and Nigel Hall
10.16 - The Westcott Theater - Syracuse, NY *with the Shady Horns and Nigel Hall
10.17 - Higher Ground - Burlington, VT *with the Shady Horns and Nigel Hall
10.22 - Water Street Music Hall - Rochester, NY *Soulive Trio
10.23 - Revolution Hall - Troy, NY *Soulive Trio
10.24 - The Port City Music Hall - Portland, ME *Soulive Trio
10.29 - The Rex Theater - Pittsburgh, PA *Soulive Trio
10.30 - The National Zoo - Washington, DC *Soulive Trio
10.31 - The Neighborhood Theater - Charlotte, NC *Soulive Trio

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