Kenny Wayne Shepherd announces tour dates for new album

Kenny Wayne Shepherd has announced new tour dates to promote his upcoming album, Dirt On My Diamonds, Vol. 1. Shepherd begins his fall tour in Kansas City on September 21st and the newly revealed dates begin on February 6th in Orlando, Florida. Tickets go on-sale for the winter tour to the general public on Friday, September 22nd.

Dirt On My Diamonds, Vol. 1 will be released on November 17th through Provogue Records/Mascot Label Group. The album was recorded at the renowned FAME Studios in Muscle Shoals, Alabama.

“Every record I make is a moment in time. And this is a really special moment,” said Shepherd about the new album.

Shepherd released a music video for the first single from the album, “Sweet and Low.”


1. Dirt On My Diamonds
2. Sweet & Low
3. Best Of Times
4. You Can’t Love Me
5. Man On A Mission
6. Saturday Night’s Alright For Fighting
7. Bad Intentions
8. Ease On My Mind

Fall 2023 Tour Dates
Thursday, September 21st – Uptown Theater – Kansas City, MO
Friday, September 22nd – McCain Auditorium – Manhattan, KS
Saturday, September 23rd – Orpheum Theatre – Wichita, KS
Tuesday, September 26th – Hoyt Sherman Place – Des Moines, IA
Thurs, Sept 28th – Capital Region MU Health Care Amphitheater – Jefferson City, MO
Friday, September 29th – The Lerner – Elkhart, IN
Sat, Sept 30th – Caesars Event Center at Caesars Southern Indiana – Elizabeth, IN
Sunday, October 1st – Victory Theatre – Evansville, IN
Tues, October 3rd – Paramount Theater – Charlottesville, VA
Thurs, October 5th – Paramount Hudson Valley Theater – Peekskill, NY
Friday, October 6th – Capital One Hall – Tysons, VA
Sunday, October 8th – Grand Opera House – Wilmington, DE
Tuesday, October 10th – Sandler Center for the Performing Arts – Virginia Beach, VA
Wednesday, October 11th – Paramount Arts Center – Ashland, KY
Thursday, October 12th – Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Auditorium – Chattanooga, TN
Friday, October 13th – Capital City Amphitheater – Tallahassee, FL
Saturday, October 14th – Florence Center – Florence, SC
Sunday, October 22nd – Clearwater Jazz Holiday 2023 – Clearwater, FL
Winter 2024 Tour Dates
Sunday, Jan 28th, 2024 – Legendary Rhythm & Blues Cruise 2024 – Fort Lauderdale, FL^
Tuesday, February 6th – Hard Rock Live – Orlando, FL
Wednesday, February 7th – Barbara Mann Performing Hall – Ft. Myers, FL
Thursday, February 8th – Van Wezel PAC – Sarasota, FL
Friday, February 9th – Sunrise Theatre – Ft. Pierce, FL
Wednesday, February 14th – UT Cowan Center – Tyler, TX
Thursday, February 15th – River Spirit/Margaritaville – Tulsa, OK
Friday, February 16th – Majestic Theater – Dallas, TX
Saturday, February 17th – ACL Moody Theater – Austin, TX*
Tuesday, February 22nd – Mark C Smith Concert Hall – Huntsville, AL
Thursday, February 24th – Ryman Auditorium – Nashville, TN
Wednesday, March 7th – Mountain Arts Center – Prestonsburg, KY
Thursday, March 8th – Four Winds Casino – New Buffalo, MI
Friday, March 9th – Hollywood Casino – Lawrenceburg, IN
Saturday, March 10th – Palace Theatre – Greensburg, PA
Monday, March 12th – Kirby Center – Wilkes Barre, PA
Tuesday, March 13th – Santander PAC – Reading, PA
Thursday, March 15th – Beacon Theatre – New York, NY*
Friday, March 16th – Hollywood Casino – Charles Town, WV
Saturday, March 17th – Chubb Theatre – Concord, NH
Monday, March 19th – State Theatre – Portland, ME
Tuesday, March 20th – Paramount Theatre – Rutland, VT
Wednesday, March 21st – Warner Theatre – Erie, PA
* with Samantha Fish
^ previously announced

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2 thoughts on “Kenny Wayne Shepherd announces tour dates for new album

  • Typical blues/rock act avoiding Oklahoma City. I’ve no idea what the problem is with OKC but they hit Dallas, Wichita, KS, Tulsa , OK ……… all around, but they avoid OKC. Its extremely frustrating.

    KWS is playing a casino in Tulsa. I could trip over there, but I don’t like casinos. Most of them allow cig smoking and I can’t stand cig smoke, being a reformed smoker.

    Gonna have to resign myself to driving to smaller cities to see the blues/rock acts.

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