“The solo acoustic tour was an opportunity for me to introduce the new songs in a very naked way, whereas the All Love, Future’s Brighttour is more of a rock n roll concert. I’ll have additional musicians joining me and the venues are intentionally a bit more geared towards that,” says Kellogg.
Writing in No Depression, Lee Zimmerman said “While Stephen Kellogg’s present separation from his superb band the Sixers is indeed unfortunate, all concern is immediately mitigated by Blunderstone Rookery, and excellent example of Kellogg’s powers of songwriting and delivery.”
CMT Edge recently premiered the video for the track “Crosses” which you can view here: http://bit.ly/150ckQb
Check the photos from Kellogg’s show: