(Billboard) – Band heading to Europe for 10-city tour before returning stateside to headline Billboard Live Music Summit
Reignwolf’s appetite cannot be satiated on a single continent.
The Los Angeles rock band that seemed to play every North American city in 2019 isn’t done slaying quite yet. Next week frontman Jordan Cook and crew will open the band’s fall European tour at the La Maroquinerie in Paris (Oct 22) for a seven-country, 10-date run that ends with sold out-shows at Night People in Manchester (Nov. 2) and Dingwalls in London (Nov. 3).
Cook then returns stateside to headline the closing night of the Billboard Live Music Summit on Nov. 6, at On the Rox in Los Angeles. It’s a whirlwind end to one of the band’s biggest years ever that had them slaying live stages supporting music legends like The Who, Black Sabbath, Pixies and Wu-Tang Clan while filling rooms at their own headline shows.
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“I’m a huge fan of Reignwolf,” Pete Townshend of The Who says on Reignwolf 4, a new tour video released by the band fresh from their stint supporting The Who on their 2019 Moving On! Tour. Reignwolf 4 shows Cook and company performing four shows, in four cities over four consecutive days, May 30 to June 2. The video opens with the band arriving for a show with The Who in Pittsburgh, the follows them to a headlining theater show at the Majestic in Madison, Wisconsin, followed by a performance supporting Wu-Tang Clan in Chicago and ends with a main stage slot at Bunbury Festival in Cincinnati.
“These four shows, back-to-back, during the album release tour were an unreal ride. One day we’re playing with The Who, the next we’re opening for Wu-Tang Clan and jamming with Ghostface Killah. It was a wild time and a run I’ll never forget,” Cook tells Billboard.
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Reignwolf’s debut album Hear Me Out is a soaring and fearless rock record that’s easily one of the year’s best and the band has been touring and playing non-stop since its release in March. Last month Reignwolf announced it was adding a third date in the U.K. at Liverpool’s Arts Loft Club on Nov. 1 due to overwhelming demand. The band also has dates set for France, Germany, Netherlands, Belgium, Czech Republic and Italy as part of the European run.
Full tour dates and tickets can be found at reignwolf.com. Watch Reignwolf 4 below.