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About Sturgill Simpson

Part of the romanticism of country music is the casually rebellious cowboy, disregarding the rules to go his own way. Sturgill Simpson has spent much of his career disregarding the rules of the music industry, self-funding and self-releasing his albums and keeping his focus on the creative process of the music. Sturgill Simpson concerts call back the sounds of outlaw country, the musical greats of the 70s who created music that was as rugged as they were. With his authentic sound, Sturgill Simpson concerts sell quickly, so make sure to pick up your cheap Sturgill Simpson tickets today!

Rise to the Top

Born and raised in Kentucky, Sturgill Simpson grew up steeped in country culture. He started a bluegrass band in 2003 to moderate success. After the band broke up in 2012, Sturgill Simpson started developing his solo career. He has released two albums independently, with High Top Mountain in 2013 and Metamodern Sounds in Country Music in 2014. His third album, A Sailor’s Guide to Earth, was his first major label release through Atlantic Records. This album earned him a nomination for Album of the Year and granted him the honor of Best Country Album at the 59th Grammy Awards. Simpson’s fourth album, released in 2019, was called Sound & Fury. Simpson described his latest album as a “sleazy, steamy rock’n’roll record.”

Some of his most popular singles have been songs like "Life of Sin," "Turtles All the Way Down," and "Long White Line." Sturgill Simpson concerts bring together country fans of all generations, as he bridges the gap between classic country sound and contemporary issues.

From opening for artists like Willie Nelson and the Zac Brown Band to playing at the Grand Ole Opry and The Late Night with David Letterman, Sturgill Simpson has made his mark on country music. Get your cheap Sturgill Simpson concert tickets here today for your chance to see this true cowboy for yourself!

Sturgill Simpson 2017 Tour

Sturgill started off 2017 strong at the Okeechobee Music and Arts Festival in March. He was on the road performing throughout the United States all the way through the fall. He stopped at Louisville's Forecastle Festival and the Sloss Music and Arts Festival in Birmingham, Fox Theatre, Radio City Music Hall, Red Rocks Amphitheater, Verizon Theatre and more!

2020 Tour

Simpson started his North American tour at the Legacy Arena at the BJC in Birmingham in late February 2020. He traveled across the country, performing for fans in Asheville NC, Knoxville TN, Lexington KY, Detroit MI, and several others through the end of May 2020. He wrapped up his tour at the KFC Yum! Center in Louisville KY. Don’t miss Sturgill Simpson singing “A Good Look”, “Remember To Breathe”, and “Mercury In Retrograde” live in a city near you!

Frequently Asked Questions

When is Sturgill Simpson’s next tour?

Sturgill Simpson is going on tour beginning in January 2020 and will be on tour through the end of May 2020. His tour begins in Europe on January 21st in Denmark, and he is set to perform across Europe in Sweden, Germany, the Netherlands, the United Kingdom, and Ireland. His North American part of his tour will start at the end of February in Birmingham AL and will continue across the United States as he performs in cities such as Pittsburgh PA, Charlotte NC, Atlanta GA, Washington DC, St. Louis MO, and lots more before he finishes his tour off on May 24th in Louisville KY at the KFC Yum! Center.

What songs are on Sturgill Simpson’s most recent album?

Sturgill Simpson released 9 songs on his latest album, Sound & Fury, in 2019. They are:

“A Good Look”, “Remember To Breathe”, “Fastest Horse In Town”, “Make Art Not Friends”, “Sing Along”, “Best Clockmaker On Mars”, “All Said And Done”, “Last Man Standing”, and “Mercury In Retrograde.”

What is the deal with Sound & Fury?

Yes, Sound & Fury is the name of Sturgill Simpon’s latest album, but it is also the title of a new Netflix anime released in September 2019. The anime was written by Sturgill himself and film director Jumpei Mizusaki. The album is more than just that now that it has a live representation where each track gets its own short film. Both the album and anime express frustration and ferocity released through creative expression.

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