Elvis Costello and his Imposters will be on the road again this fall, marking his first tour since the Covid-19 outbreak.
The tour starts off on October 13th at The Soundstage at Graceland in Memphis, Tennessee, and will stop in towns and cities across the United States, including a performance at JazzFest in New Orleans, before wrapping up on November 14th in Oakland, California.
Costello’s most recent album, Hey Clockface, was released last year, and he followed it up with a Francophone remix EP, La Face de Pendule à Coucou, which featured Iggy Pop on two songs. He also just re-recorded the Spanish version of his 1978 album This Year’s Model.
Costello expressed his support to a campaign to rescue the legendary New York jazz venue Birdland in January, recalling his fondness for the institution and a night when he, his wife, jazz pianist Diana Krall, and the Grateful Dead’s Phil Lesh got to see pianist Cedar Walton.