Theory of a Deadman Embarking on Spring 2020 Tour


Theory of a Deadman’s Tyler Connolly – Story by Charles Ken, photo by Anne Erickson

Theory of a Deadman will kick of 2020 with a new album and fresh round of tour dates

Theory of a Deadman is gearing up to release a new album, “Say Nothing,” in early 2020, and they’ll hit the road next spring to support it.

The tour kicks off April 10 in Columbus, Ohio, and will run through a May 16 date in Colorado Springs, Colorado. Tickets for the newly announced shows go on sale Friday (Dec. 6) via The tour comes right after the band’s Canadian run.

The shows will benefit a good cause, to boot. For each ticket sold, $1 will be given to anti-domestic violence organizations. That makes sense, as the debut single off “Say Nothing,” “History of Violence,” is about domestic abuse.

Theory of a Deadman recently released a second track off “Say Nothing” called “Strangers,” which frontman Tyler Connolly says is about the political climate in the U.S. right now.

“The timing couldn’t be better or worse (for “Strangers”) depending how you look at it,” he told Audio Ink. “What’s going on with the impeachment stuff, we’ve become so desensitized to what’s happening in American politics that whatever happens next won’t even impact us anymore. It’s gotten pretty bad, but I think the news is so tragic, and it’s gotten so low-brow on both sides– we’re not even picking a side.”

“Say Nothing” will arrive on Jan. 31.

Theory of a Deadman 2020 U.S. Tour Dates:

4/10 — Columbus, OH, Newport Music Hall
4/11 — Louisville, KY, Old Forester’s Paristown Hall
4/13 — Huntsville, AL, Mars Music Hall
4/14 — Mobile, AL, Soul Kitchen
4/15 — New Orleans, LA, House of Blues
4/19 — Charleston, SC, Music Farm
4/21 — Wilmington, NC, Greenfield Lake Amphitheatre
4/22 — Greenville, NC, State Theatre
4/26 — Niagara Falls, NY, The Rapids Theatre
4/28 — Cleveland, OH, House of Blues
4/29 — Angola, IN, The Eclectic Room
5/1 — Minneapolis, MN, Skyway Theatre
5/2 — Milwaukee, WI, Eagles Ballroom – Club Stage
5/3 — Green Bay, WI, Green Bay Distillery
5/5 — Des Moines, IA, Val Air
5/6 — Springfield, MO, Gillioz Theatre
5/8 — Kansas City, MO, Arvest Bank Center at The Midland Theatre
5/10 — Tulsa, OK, Brady Theater
5/12 — Lincoln, NE, Bourbon Theatre
5/13 — Sioux Falls, SD, The District
5/15 — Deadwood, SD, Deadwood Mountain Grand Event Center
5/16 — Colorado Springs, CO, Sunshine Studios

Charles Ken
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