Critically acclaimed and Billboard charting group,Annie Moses Band announces its fall Pilgrims & Prodigals Tour. Launching September 7 in Goldsboro, NC and visiting 20 cities across the United States through November 25, the tour will support the highly anticipated new release, Pilgrims & Prodigals (September 25, 2012).

The Pilgrims & Prodigals Tour will visit major markets including Dallas, St. Louis, Miami and Nashville (see complete list of tour dates below). In conjunction with the tour and album, the Annie Moses Band will be performing songs featured on their upcoming Public Television Special of the same name. The special programming airs on PBS stations across the country beginning in October with continual airdates throughout the season.

Annie Moses Band’s 12th studio project to date, Pilgrims & Prodigals is the first non-seasonal release from the prestigious group.  On their new collection the family act developed 13 diverse tracks blending the captivating styles of classical, jazz, folk and even a frisson of Celtic thrown in for good measure.  Pilgrims & Prodigals will be marketed and distributed in partnership with Dream Journey, the television production company behind the many highly-popular Public Television Specials. The album is being packaged as a double-disc set, containing the CD plus a companion DVD showcasing the bands live performances.

For more information on the Annie Moses Band and for a list of the upcoming tour dates please visit

*All tour dates are subject to change:

Pilgrims & Prodigals Tour:

09/07/12 – Goldsboro, NC

09/09/12 – Owensboro, KY

09/14/12 – Corbin, KY

09/16/12 – Morristown, TN

09/23/12 – Panama City, FL

09/30/12 – Dothan, AL

10/04/12 – Clover, SC

10/19/12 – Milton, PA

10/20/12 – Fall River, MA

10/21/12 – Wayne, NJ

10/23/12 – Lynnfield, MA

10/26/12 – Newark, DE

10/28/12 – Georgetown, DE

11/04/12 – Naples, FL

11/05/12 – 11/09/12 – Miami, FL

11/11/12 – Raleigh, NC

11/13/12 – 11/14/12 – Roanoke, VA

11/18/12 – Hot Springs, AR

11/22/12 – Natchez, MS

11/25/12 – Paducah, KY


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