Canadian Release Shows next week / European Tour announced + rave reviews for the new LP!

Hey all!
First of all, thank you to everyone who has been listening and digging the new album

Time Out For Tomorrow.
It’s been out for almost two weeks
here in Canada and overseas. It gets its physical release in the US
tomorrow, Friday November 22nd. Many thanks to popular US music website

The Bluegrass Situation
for sharing the closing track “Tomorrow In My Mind.” Check it out here:

Next week we’ll play 3 full band Canadian release shows. The big one is
our hometown date at Lee’s Palace in Toronto a week from now, Thursday
November 28th. We have Matthew Barber and Lindy Vopnfjord opening plus
special guest Don Stevenson (of legendary San
Fran group Moby Grape) up to sing a song with me. Adv tix are still
The next night, the 29th, we’re in Hamilton to play the wonderful venue
Mills Hardware. Lindy also opens that show. Adv tix here:
Saturday, the 30th, sees us the beautiful city of Montreal to perform
the album at Quai des Brumes with Li’l Andy supporting. Click here for
the Facebook event page:

Today we also announced the first string of confirmed dates in Europe
and the UK happening in the Spring. More to be announced. Click on the
link to read the press release and look at the shows announced so far:

We’ve had a lot of great reviews for the record so far, I’m very
grateful that more people are getting into this record. Rolling Stone in
Europe gave it a 4.5/5 and calls it a masterpiece, in addition to UK’s
UNCUT featuring me in their Nov issue, they have
also given the album a great review for their January issue saying
admirably prolific Leger’s 12th album in 15 years finds him further
honing the articulate, hookladen Americana… this is from the top
drawer… Leger charts a persuasive course along warm, laconic roads
previously travelled by Glen Campbell and Nick Lowe.”
gave it a 9/10 calling it masterful. Plus Hamburg’s
Sounds & Books
, Glasgow’s
, the
UK’s Rocking Magpie
, Italy’s
Roots Highway
and Canada’s Exclaim! calls it “a beautifully crafted folk rock record.”

I’ve also done a few interviews discussing the new album that you can read:

Roots Music Canada

Spill Magazine
Sax & Violin

Source: Jerry Leger