Acclaimed Americana band the Doc Marshalls will hit the road for a US tour in support of their recent release, “Look Out Compadre”, launching in New York on April 17th. With the success of the new release, the band hits the Southeast, mid-South, Texas and the mid-west before heading back east.
The Doc Marshalls’ front man, Nick Beaudoing, recently settled in Nashville armed with an album that reeks of Brooklyn, his former home. Whereas previous releases evoked a humid musical landscape along the Texas-Louisiana border, 2012’s “Look Out, Compadre,” shed the honky-tonk and Cajun two-steps in favor of crooked, shimmering folk reminiscent of Bonnie Prince Billy, A.A. Bondy, and Phosphorescent.
The Doc Marshalls performing “Why I’m Leaving”, an incredible song on “Look Out Compadre”