Billy Bragg to head out on US tour

He'll tour the east coast next month

Billy Bragg to head out on US tour
Billy Bragg is set to hit the road in the US, kicking off in Pennsylvania on October 17.

The jaunt will see Bragg support his 12th studio album ‘Mr. Love and Justice’, released in April.

As part of the tour, Bragg will perform during CMJ in New York on October 25 at the Grand Ballroom.

The dates are:

State College, PA The State Theatre (October 17)
Ithaca, NY State Theatre (18)
Long Branch, NJ Monmouth University West (19)
Boston, MA Somerville Theatre (21, 22)
Lebanon, NH Opera House (23)
Philadelphia, PA Keswick Theatre (24)
Washington DC 9:30 Club (27)
Baltimore, MD Rams Head Live (28)
Charlottesville, VA Paramount Theater (29)
Norfolk, VA Attucks Theater (30)
Durham, NC Duke University (November 1)
Asheville, NC Orange Peel (2)

--By our New York staff.
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