Tré Burt Announces 2022 European Tour

Tré Burt announces an extensive European tour throughout April and May 2022, taking in London’s Lexington on 1st May. In addition to this, Tré’s critically acclaimed sophomore album ‘You, Yeah You’, released digitally earlier this year on John Prine’s Oh Boy Records, will receive its vinyl release in the UK on  17th December.


Tré Burt

From his humble roots working menial day jobs; as a maintenance technician, servicing aeroplanes at SFO International, taping boxes as a UPS worker, Burt has been, and always will be, a working-class musician. His clear-eyed vision of America, its deep faults, and the beauty of the humanity that resides within its borders comes through with compassion and tenacity.

Tré wrote his protest anthem, “Under The Devil’s Knee”, which features Allison Russell, Sunny War, and Leyla McCalla, in the late summer of 2020 in response to the murders of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Eric Garner, and the unmitigated police violence across the country. His work caught the attention of scholars and activists, namely Dr. George Yancy, Dr. Cornel West, and Dr. Khalil Muhammad, and garnered an invitation to speak on a panel with the latter two at Harvard’s Kennedy School through Dr. Muhammad’s Institutional Antiracism and Accountability Project.

Burt finds the exported packaging of Black culture en masse tiresome, claustrophobic, and boring, especially when applied to art and expression. Like literary writers Baldwin and Angelou, Burt acknowledges the limitless expanse of Black narrative. He is committed to the rich continuum of the tradition of Black expression claiming the space of artistic weirdness, often reserved for non-Black artists.

You, Yeah, You is a narrated collection of songs featuring a cast of invented characters; heroes, villains, those destitute of salvation, and those seeking it. The album represents a summoning of the will to fight the unknown rather than surrender to fear and fatigue. Like his late label mate and songwriting hero John Prine, Burt showcases his poet’s eye for detail, surgeon’s sense of narrative precision, and his songwriters’ ability to transpose observation into affecting verse.

14th APRIL
Ljusdal, SWEDEN – Holännapaviljongen
15th APRIL
Umeå, SWEDEN – Klubb Berlin
16th APRIL
Piteå, SWEDEN – Kajman
17th APRIL
Östersund, SWEDEN – TBA
18th APRIL
Stockholm, SWEDEN- Twang
19th APRIL
Uppsala, SWEDEN – Katalin
20th APRIL
Norrtälje, SWEDEN – Café Smedjan
21st APRIL
Kristianstad, SWEDEN – Kulturkvarteret
22nd APRIL
Falkenberg, SWEDEN – Tryckhallen
23rd APRIL
Malmö, SWEDEN – Folk å Rock
25th APRIL
Mainz, GERMANY – Kulturcafé
27th APRIL
Berlin, GERMANY – Privatclub
28th APRIL
Utrecht, NETHERLANDS – TivoliVredenburg
1st MAY
London, UK – The Lexington
3rd MAY
Manchester, UK – Gullivers
4th MAY
Leeds, UK – Hyde Park Book Club
5th MAY
Brighton, UK – The Prince Albert
6th MAY
Liverpool, UK – Nothingville Music
8th MAY
Belfast, IRELAND – The Cathedral Quarter Arts Festival
11th MAY
Zaragoza, SPAIN – Rock & Blues Café
12th MAY
Valencia, SPAIN – Loco Club
13th MAY
Madrid, SPAIN – Café Berlín
14th MAY
Santiago, SPAIN -Riquela Club
15th MAY
Santander, SPAIN – El Almacén de Little Bobby
18th MAY
Eeklo, BELGIUM – N9
19th MAY
Groningen, NETHERLANDS – Der Aa Theater
21st MAY
Nijmegen, NETHERLANDS – Merleyn
22nd MAY
Brussels, BELGIUM – Botanique

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