Jimmy Herring's 'Subject to Change Without Notice' Out Now

August 22, 2012
imgJimmy Herring, one of the most sought after contemporary American guitarists, has released his second solo album, Subject To Change Without Notice, through Abstract Logix Records. As the founding member of the Aquarium Rescue Unit, Project Z, and Jazz is Dead, and in addition to playing with everyone from the Allman Brothers Band to the Grateful Dead to Phil Lesh and Friends to Bela Fleck, Herring has made his indelible impact on the music world. He currently serves as the lead guitarist for the very popular American Band, Widespread Panic.
Prior to releasing his first solo outing, Lifeboat, Herring was known for his limitless improvisations, long flowing phrases, and highly charged, yet soulful, lead guitar that drew high praises from a diverse set within the musician community including Chick Corea, John McLaughlin, and Dweezil Zappa. Throughout his early career, he plied his skills in multiple musical contexts, ranging from classically song-driven rock to technically demanding jazz fusion.
Now, with the release of his second album, Subject To Change Without Notice, Herring has compiled eight original songs highlighted by the addition of amazing covers, including the Mahavishnu Orchestra’s “Hope”, George Harrison’s “Within You Without You” and Jimmy McGriff’s “Miss Poopie”. As one of the industry’s top-tier performance and recording guitarists, Herring has once again illuminated the art form that transcends any categorization.
With Herring on lead guitar, the album also features such top notch musicians as Neal Fountain, Etienne Mbappe (Bass), Jeff Sipe, Tyler Greenwell (Drums), Matt Slocum (Piano/Keys). In addition, making special guest appearances on the album are Bela Fleck (Banjo), and Bill Evans (Sax) and Nicky Sanders (Violin) from the Steep Canyon Rangers.
Jimmy Herring on Tour:
August 22                            Aggie Theatre                                                    Ft. Collins, CO
August 23                            Performing Arts Center at Third St           Carbondale, CO
August 24                            Quixotes                                                              Denver, CO
August 25                            NEDFEST 2012                                                    Nederland, CO
August 26                            Ride Festival                                                       Telluride, CO
August 29                            Old Rock House                                                 St. Louis, MO
August 30                            The Canopy                                                        Urbana, IL
August 31                            Martyrs                                                                  Chicago, IL
September 14                   Jomeokee Music & Arts Festival                                Pinnacle, NC
September 15                   Jomeokee Music & Arts Festival                                Pinnacle, NC
September 21                   Handlebar                                                           Greenville, SC
September 22                   Variety Playhouse                                           Atlanta, GA
September 23                   3rd and Lindsley                                                 Nashville, TN
September 24                   George’s Majestic Lounge                           Fayetteville, NC
September 26                   Newby’s                                                              Memphis, TN
September 27                   Duling Hall                                                           Jackson, MS
September 28                   Last Concert Café                                             Houston, TX
September 29                   Utopia Festival                                                  Utopia, TX
October 19                          Workplay                                                             Birmingham, AL
October 20                          Magnolia Music Fest                                       Live Oak, FL
with Victor Wooten Band
November 1                       Charleston Music Hall                                     Charleston, SC
November 2                       Georgia Theatre                                               Athens, GA
November 3                       Neighborhood Theatre                                 Charlotte, NC
November 4                       Carolina Theatre                                               Durham, NC
November 5                       Orange Peel                                                       Asheville, NC
November 7                       Greenfield Lake Amphitheater                        Wilmington, NC
November 8                       The National                                                      Richmond, VA
November 9                       The State Theatre                                            Falls Church, VA
November 10                    Steel Jam                                                             Bethlehem, PA
November 11                    BB Kings Blues Club                                         New York, NY
November 15                    Norwalk Concert Hall                                      Norwalk, CT
November 16                    Capitol Center for the Arts                          Concord, NH
November 17                    Buffalo State Performing Arts Center             Buffalo, NY
November 18                    The Egg Hart Theatre                                      Albany, NY
More Dates TBA

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