"Western Destinations" Tour Starts May 17!

"Western Destinations" Tour Starts May 17!

Corb has his sights set on the American West, and is bringing his “Western Destinations” tour to more than 30 markets starting May 17.

“I’ve been wanting to do a tour like this for years and years, so I’m thrilled that it is finally happening. We’re playing a bunch of places we’ve never been before and it’s long overdue,” he says. “I grew up in a rodeo and ranching family and I write songs about western life, so it makes sense for me to do a tour focused on this part of America. My band and I are really looking forward to these shows.”

Nashville Solo Show Added

Nashville Solo Show Added

Those who know Corb (or follow him on Instagram or Twitter) know that he's currently in Nashville, "writing [his] ass off" (his words, not ours!). So what's a guy like Corb to do, in Music City with a fist full of new songs burning a hole in his pocket? Hmm!

With that in mind, Corb is excited to announce he will perform at 3rd and Lindsley on Sunday, April 8th, as part of Lightning 100's long-running and much-loved series, "Nashville Sunday Night." Tickets are just $10, and go on sale on Friday, March 9 at 10 a.m. CST. (Get yours here!)

Upcoming Solo Shows: Georgia, North Carolina & Illinois

Upcoming Solo Shows: Georgia, North Carolina & Illinois

Award-winning alt-country artist Corb Lund picks up where his successful “BS with CL” solo tour left off this to bring his unique blend of Americana, roots, and old fashioned country to 3 states, starting Feb. 28.

Lund visits the Creek Stage at Rookery in Macon, GA on Feb. 28; makes a stop at Eddie’s Attic in Decatur, GA on March 1, and pops by Ambrose West in Asheville, NC on March 2. The trio of solo shows come in advance of 2 more appearances in Illinois in the coming weeks—at Village Wine & Gifts in Effingham on March 15 and at Morello’s Banquet Hall in Harrisburg on March 17.

Wayne Gretzky, Mark Messier, and... Corb Lund?

Wayne Gretzky, Mark Messier, and... Corb Lund?

The NHL asked hockey fans to decide which team (city and year) was “the greatest team of all time”, and the results were definitive: It was the 1984-1985 Edmonton Oilers.

This came as no surprise to Corb, who grew up worshipping the Oilers (sorry, Flames fans!). Naturally, he was thrilled when the NHL invited him to perform in front of Gretzky, Messier, Coffey and the boys—and a sold-out arena full of people!—on February 11th. 

Corb Heading to Vegas for 3 Shows During the National Finals Rodeo

Corb Heading to Vegas for 3 Shows During the National Finals Rodeo

Corb and the Hurtin' Albertans are heading to Las Vegas this month to do not one, not two, but THREE shows during the Wangler National Finals Rodeo. And the best part: All three shows are completely FREE!

The "Hooey Jam" shows take place at the Tropicana at 4 p.m. on Dec. 14, 15 and 16. Corb says the afternoon showcases give music lovers an opportunity to check out the band before heading to the rodeo.