Nov 19, 2018

Sarah Shook Doesn't Give a F***

Photo by John Gessner 2018

On the heels of a breakout album and worldwide tour, Sarah Shook and The Disarmers show no sign of letting up heading into 2019. Years, the band’s first record on the Bloodshot label, grabbed critical acclaim and drew packed club shows.

There’s a reason for it. It goes beyond the brassy, sassy – vulnerable and badass at the same time – lyrics. It’s country, but way too rock and roll. Who can’t love “Good As Gold?”

It’s the best of early 1980s rockabilly, by the only woman cool enough to date Robert Gordon. It’s smoky, sexy rocking country. And Sarah Shook is keeping on.

In advance of hitting the road with a new slate of shows, they’re dropping a 7” single, “The Way She Looked At You”/ “Devil May Care.”

Sarah Shook and the Disarmers will be back on tour for a bit after Christmas, then in earnest after the first of the year.


Sarah Shook & the Disarmers
Release a New 7”,
Announce Early 2019 Tour Dates
*Apple Music Features the Digital Exclusive of Two New Songs

Honest to a fault and as foul-mouthed as a drunken sailor, she's a nonconforming spitfire
who's proud of not fitting in with mainstream country music. – Rolling Stone

With Sarah Shook in the mix, hard core country is alive and well, and dangerous as all get
out. – No Depression

After a banner year – including the release of their widely acclaimed second album Years
and subsequent sold-out shows from coast to coast and overseas –
Sarah Shook & the Disarmers are ending 2018 with a bang by announcing today’s 
release of a 7” and a run of tour dates for early 2019.

The 7” includes two new songs, “The Way She Looked At You” b/w “Devil May Care,” that
were recorded at Manifold Recording in Pittsboro, NC during the same session that produced 
Years. Apple Music is currently featuring the digital release in exclusivity (LINK
until December 4th, when it will be released on all other digital platforms. Physical copies are 
available now at (LINK).

The band also announced newly confirmed U.S. tour dates in January, February, and March,
and a couple solo dates for Sarah in Mexico. Those can be found here or below in full.

Sarah Shook solo performances:
1/12 and 1/13/2019 – Trópico de Cancer – Calle Benito Juárez, Todos Santos, Mexico

Sarah Shook & the Disarmers:
1/16 – WDVX's Tennessee Shines at Jig and Reel – Knoxville, TN (tickets)
1/17 – Southgate House Revival – Newport, KY (tickets)
1/18 – Lincoln Hall / Tomorrow Never Knows Festival – Chicago, IL (tickets)
1/19 – Uptown Grill – Lasalle, IL (tickets)
1/20 – Rose Music Hall – Columbia, MO (tickets)
1/21 – Mercury Lounge – Tulsa, OK
1/22 – AAC Live – Fort Smith, AR
1/23 – Fort Worth Live – Fort Worth, TX
1/24 – Rustic Tap – Austin, TX (tickets)
1/25 – The Lonesome Rose – San Antonio, TX (tickets)
1/26 – McGonigel’s Mucky Duck – Houston, TX (tickets)
1/27 – Dyson House Listening Room – Baton Rouge, LA (tickets)
1/29 – Fifth and Thomas Kitchen and Music House – Tallahassee, FL (tickets)
1/30 – Crowbar Live Music – Tampa, FL
1/31 – Will’s Pub – Orlando, FL (tickets)
2/1 – Ashley Street Station – Valdosta, GA
2/2 – The Jinx – Savannah, GA (tickets)
3/7 – Grey Eagle – Asheville, NC (tickets)
3/8 – Basement East – Nashville, TN (tickets)
3/9 – Aisle 5 – Atlanta, GA (tickets)
3/21 – Hi-Dive – Denver, CO (tickets)
3/22 – OP Rockwell – Salt Lake City, UT (tickets)
3/23 and 3/24 – Treefort Music Fest – Boise, ID

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