February is a busy month for JP Harris, starting with a rare full-band Nashville show at the newly-reopened 12th & Porter, sharing the bill with The Howlin’ Brothers and the legendary Chuck Mead! On Saturday, Feb. 13th JP will be at The Whitehorse in Austin TX in preparation for the 3rd Annual Ameripolitan Awards, sharing the bill with fellow Ameripolitan nominees Cale Tyson and Brennen Leigh.
At the end of the month, JP and the boys make a few special stops in Asheville, NC (The Grey Eagle) and Charlottesville, VA (The Southern) on their way to the Lancaster Roots & Blues Festival in Lancaster, PA. These shows are supported by pals and Bloodshot Records artists Banditos, who are currently touring supporting their debut release. JP will also be selling copies of his new 7″ (split with Dale Watson), one of six 7″ records released in the Bloodshot 21st anniversary compilation “Six Pack To Go,” available individually in special packaging only at live shows. JP’s side features his first-ever cover recording, Merle Haggard’s “Drink Up And Be Somebody.”