Michael Hurtt and his Haunted Hearts (MySpace) celebrate the release of the vinyl LP version of Come Back to Louisiana as they hit the Midwest for a series of shows in late August and early September. Engineered live in the studio by Scott Bomar, musical director for the acclaimed films Hustle and Flow and Black Snake Moan. And recorded in forced exile at Memphis’s Electraphonic Studio immediately following Hurricane Katrina, Come Back to Louisiana is described as being “as much a product of the storm as it is the Hearts’ contribution to country music’s deep catalog legacy.”
The GLONO posse has mutual friend with Hurtt and have been following his career since a debauched road trip to New Orleans in the early 90s.
Quit being a Nancy and go see for yourself.
Video: Michael Hurtt & His Haunted Hearts – “I Can’t Stay Mad At You”
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Tour dates after the jump…
Michael Hurtt and his Haunted Hearts Tour Dates
Friday, August 28 – Louisville, KY – Third Street Dive
Saturday, August 29 – Cincinatti, OH – The Comet
Tuesday, September 1 – Rabbit Hash, KY – Rabbit Hash General Store
Wednesday, September 2 – Cleveland, OH – Beachland Ballroom
Thursday, September 3 – Chicago, IL – Martyr’s Big C Jamboree
Friday, September 4 – Monee, IL – Mulligan’s
Saturday, September 5 – Detroit, MI – Hamtramck Labor Day Festival
Sunday, September 6 – Detroit, MI – Cadieux Café
One thought on “Michael Hurtt and his Haunted Hearts New Album and Tour”
Make that two mutual friends (sort of).