Former BLACK CROWES Frontman Finalizes Track Listing For THE NEW EARTH MUD Debut

Former BLACK CROWES frontman Chris Robinson and his band THE NEW EARTH MUD have finalized the track listing for their debut album, "This Magnificent Distance", due on June 29 through Vector Recordings.

For "This Magnificent Distance", Robinson penned five songs and co-wrote six with Paul Stacey and one with Audley Freed, formerly of THE BLACK CROWES. The tracks were produced and mixed by Robinson with Paul, except for "Mother of Stone" and "Like A Tumbleweeed in Eden", both produced and mixed by Ethan Johns with Robinson. The album's core of players — Robinson (guitar, harmonica), George Laks (keyboards), George Reiff (bass), Jeremy Stacey (drums, percussion) and Paul Stacey (guitar) — are joined on various tracks by Ethan Johns (drums), Richard Causon (keyboards) and Audley Freed (guitars).

"This Magnificent Distance" track listing:

01. 40 Days
02. Girl On The Mountain
03. Mother Of Stone
04. Train Robbers
05. Like A Tumbleweed In Eden
06. When The Cold Wind Blows At The Dark Edge Of Night
07. ...If You See California
08. The Never Empty Table
09. Eagles On The Highway
10. Surgical Glove
11. Sea Of Love
12. Piece Of Wind

Robinson will share "This Magnificent Distance" on the road this year backed by the recently revised line-up of THE NEW EARTH MUD: Audley Freed (guitar), George Reiff (bass), Steve Distanislao (drums) and Rob Barraco (keyboards).

Here are the Chris Robinson and THE NEW EARTH MUD dates:

Apr. 30 - New Orleans, LA @ TwiRoPa
May 01 - Atlanta, GA @ Music Midtown
May 02 - Nashville, TN @ Nashville Riverstages
May 03 - Columbus, OH @ Newport Music Hall
May 04 - St. Louis, MO @ Mississippi Nights
May 07 - Minneapolis, MN @ Quest
May 08 - Lawrence, KS @ Granada Theater
May 09 - Chicago, IL @ Park West
May 10 - Detroit, MI @ St. Andrews
May 12 - Cleveland, OH @ Peabody's
May 13 - Louisville, KY @ Jillian's
May 14 - Indianapolis, IN @ Jammin' On Jersey
Jun. 11 - Manchester, TN @ Bonnaroo
Jun. 18 - Jackson, MS @ Jubilee Jam
Jun. 19 - Birmingham, AL @ Birmingham City Stages
Jul. 01 - Quincy, CA @ High Sierra Music Festival
Jul. 02 - Quincy, CA @ High Sierra Music Festival
Jul. 06 - Sun Valley, ID @ Sun Valley Outdoor Pavillion *
Jul. 07 - Jackson Hole, WY @ Snow King Amphitheater *
Jul. 09 - Denver, CO @ Red Rocks *
Jul. 09 - Boulder, CO @ Fox Theatre (Late Night Show)
Jul. 10 - Denver, CO @ Red Rocks *
Jul. 15 - Walker, MN @ Moondance Ranch Jam
Jul. 17 - Appleton, WI @ Great Fox Cities Celebration *

* Indicates dates with THE ALLMAN BROTHERS BAND


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