“Amazing and lovely…” — MTV.com
“Gorgeous, ethereal and haunting vocals…” — Spin.com

Eisley have announced their first tour since exiting their deal with Warner Music, dubbed the “Mild Mild Midwest Tour” and including nine headline dates in the Southeast and Midwest, as well as a performance at the Cornerstone Festival in Illinois, between June 23 and July 3. Eisley will be joined on most dates by fellow Tyler, Texas, band The Lion & The Sail, as well as singer-songwriter Christie DuPree (younger sister of Eisley’s Chauntelle, Sherri, Stacy and Weston DuPree). See below for a list of dates.

Eisley announced in February that they’d negotiated an exit from their deal with Warner Music after two albums. The band is currently in discussions with several labels about a deal for their third LP, which they have already recorded. Read the in-depth statement from the band here:
<http://www.eisley.com/journals/trolleywood/_37445/>

EISLEY “MILD MILD MIDWEST TOUR” DATES:

June 23 – Shreveport, LA – The Collective

June 24 – Little Rock, AR – The Village

June 25 – Tulsa, OK – Cain’s Ballroom Second Stage

June 27 – Nashville, TN – 3rd & Lindsley *

June 28 – Memphis, TN – The Hi-Tone

June 29 – St. Louis, MO – The Old Rock House

June 30 – Chicago, IL – Lincoln Hall

July 1 – Indianapolis, IN – The Emerson Theater

July 2 – Marietta, IL – Cornerstone Festival **

July 3 – Kansas City, MO – Record Bar

All dates supported by The Lion & The Sail and Christie DuPree, except * WRLT-FM “Nashville Sunday Night” show and ** festival bill.

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