Trampled By Turtles Announce New Alpenglow Album For October 2022 Release, Fall 2022 Tour Dates And New Track Release


Trampled By Turtles Announce New Alpenglow Album For October 2022 Release, Fall 2022 Tour Dates And New Track Release

Bluegrass band Trampled By Turtles have announced the release of their next album Alpenglow and it will be everywhere on October 28th. The record is the band’s tenth album and each track could very well be the strongest collection of music.

Most tracks on Alpenglow are written by vocalist Dave Simonett, whose songwriting focuses on the connection the band has with its fans. The melody On the highway expresses the struggles that life can bring as long as we stay on the right path. Beautiful central hill Blues explains how to deal with loss while Quitting is hard is about having the strength to carry on when life gets tough.

On another note, Trampled By Turtles have announced a fall tour in support of the release of Alpenglow. The group sold out venues everywhere with fans who weren’t afraid to sing and dance to the music. With Simonett (guitar), Erik Berry (mandolin), Ryan Young (violin), Dave Carroll (banjo), Tim Saxhaug (bass) and Eamonn McLain (cello), they become a rock band that only uses instruments with strings. With Alpenglowpeople will understand why Trampled By Turtles continues to dazzle the minds of the public with their music.

List of tracks:

  1. It’s so hard to hold on
  2. restart
  3. Central Hillside Blues
  4. On the highway
  5. A life to find
  6. Nothing but blue skies
  7. Burlesque Desert Window
  8. All the good times are gone
  9. We are well
  10. Quitting is hard
  11. The party is over


July 9th – Duluth, Minnesota – Bayfront Park
July 13 – Sandy, UT – Sand amphitheater
July 14th – Morrison, CO – Red rocks
July 15th – Dillon, CO – Dillon Amphitheater
August 4 – Chicago, IL – Out of Space


November 3 – Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania – EA Stage
November 4 – washington d.c. – The anthem
November 5 – Philadelphia, Pennsylvania – The Fillmore
November 6 – South Burlington, Vermont – higher ground
November 10 – New York, NY – Webster Room
November 11th – Boston, MA – House of Blues
November 12 – Portland, ME – State Theater
November 26 – Minneapolis, Minnesota – The Armory
1st December – Atlanta, Georgia – Buckhead Theater
December 2 – Winston-Salem, North Carolina – The Ramkat
December 3 – Cincinnati, Ohio – The Andrew J. Brady Music Center
December 7 – Tulsa, okay – Cain’s Ballroom
December 8 – Fayetteville, AR – JJ Live
December 9 – St. Louis, Missouri – The show
December 10 – Kansas City, Missouri – Downtown Theater
January 19 – San Francisco, California – The Fillmore
January 20 – West Hollywood, California – Troubadour
January the 21st – San Diego, California – The North Park of the Observatory



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