× Alberta Cross back in the Netherlands and France this September

Alberta Cross back in the Netherlands and France this September


Alberta Cross were formed by Swedish-born lead singer and guitarist Petter Ericson Stakee and his London pal Terry Wolfers in the mid-00s. Their anthemic Americana-tinged songs possessed a vulnerability and earthiness, and it soon showed in how hugely their debut record ‘The Thief & The Heartbreaker’ began to connect. What followed was success on both sides of the Atlantic and the relentless grind of US touring that comes with it.

They embarked on high-profile jaunts with Mumford & Sons, Portugal. The Man, Neil Young, Them Crooked Vultures (Dave Grohl, Josh Homme and John Paul Jones) and Rag N’ Bone Man and performed on distinguished TV shows around the globe, appearing on The Late Show with David Letterman, Last Call with Carson Daly and more, whilst their tracks were featured on hit TV shows such as Million Little Pieces, Sons Of Anarchy and Californication.

Alberta Cross has since been very active with releases, the most recent ones including Vagabond featuring L'Aupaire and Born In Amazement with Band of Skulls. Expect a lot more new music coming this year. In September Alberta Cross comes back to the Netherlands and does a threesome of shows in France with Dylan LeBlanc:

17/09: Paris, FR - La Maroquinerie º
18/09: Riom, FR - Indian Saloon º
19/09: Tourcoing, FR - Grand Mix º
20/09: Eindhoven, NL - Wilhelmina
21/09: Hummelo, NL - Wandelclub Weekender

º with Dylan LeBlanc

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