Joe Hertler & The Rainbow Seekers Plan Spring Tour Dates
It’s been a long, hard, pandemic-clouded winter for Michigan’s jesters of rhythm and dance Joe Hertler & The Rainbow Seekers. But spring finds this band of merry impresarios emerging from their hibernation with tour dates for April and May.
The band will hit the road with California-based Proxima Parada for a series of outdoor, socially-distanced shows starting in Dallas, TX at The Rustic on April 16 and then on to The Rustic in Houston on April 17. On April 18, the band concludes their Texas run at Empire Garage in Austin .
Their Southern run continues at Yeehaw Brewing Company in Nashville, TN on April 21, before Park Tavern at Piedmont Park in Atlanta, GA hosts the band on April 22. Then, on April 23, the band hit Lenny Boy Brewing in Charlotte, NC, followed by Pour House in Charleston, SC on April 24. Greenville, SC sees the them next at Quest Brewing on April 28. The band will head back to North Carolina, with a stop in Asheville at Salvage Station on April 29, and the tour will come to a close in Columbus, OH at Woodland’s Tavern on April 30.
May sees the Joe Hertler & The Rainbow Seekers returning to their home turf in Michigan, where they’re booked to play a three-night run May 21-23 at The Deck in Muskegon, MI pending a completed renovation of the venue. Fans can be the first to know when tickets go on sale for these shows by texting the band at 248- 609-3487. To RSVP, click on the band’s Facebook event link at https://eventlink.to/TheDeck.
While just days away from going back on tour after over a year’s forced hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic, frontman Joe Hertler commented in a press release on a year without live music.
“Change, I believe, is an expression of nature’s joy, and over the next year, we bunkered down, did what we were instructed to do, and learned to live our lives without live music. Humanity adapted, as it always does. I dare to say a sense of normalcy even emerged from the chaos, as we learned the value of patience.”
“The lengthening light of spring will soon crack through winter’s shell, and it seems, perhaps, that we’re on track to return to life as it was. Outdoor, socially-distant show opportunities have been approved in many communities, and we, Rainbow Seekers, will be emerging from our dens. I have a feeling that 2021 is going to be one of the most refreshingly memorable years that any of us have yet to live.”
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