The First Bob Weir Solo Album in 10 Years

Bob Weir
Ten years since his last solo album and three years in the making, Bob Weir’s new album, “Blue Mountain”, has just been announced, and he’ll be touring to support it this Fall.
“Blue Mountain” features twelve all–new songs that were inspired by Bob’s time working on a ranch in Wyoming, where the campfire stories and songs made a lifetime impression. He joined friends Josh Kaufman, Josh Ritter, Aaron Dressner, Bryce Dressner and Scott Devendorf to turn those stories into twelve brand new songs–the first time in 30 years since Bob has released an album of entirely new original material. Also featured on “Blue Mountain” are long–time friends Steve Kimock, Jay Lane, Joe Russo and Robin Sylvester. The album is available for pre–order now.
The tour, beginning October 7, will stop at some of the best performance theaters in the country, from California to Nashville, with stops in New York and Pennsylvania on the way. Pre-sale and VIP tickets go on sale at 10 A.M. local time on Tuesday, August 9, and every online ticket order comes with one (1) physical CD of Bob Weir’s new album “Blue Mountain”
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