Brian Setzer Tour 2021

Brian Setzer Tour 2021 – Brian Setzer announced plans for the long-awaited US tour this week. The latest album, prompted Setzer to share the exciting news. The 2020 outings commence in just a few weeks – along with opening artists selected by Setzer personally – the dates will trek across the U.S. from through .

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Brian Setzer Orchestra Tour 2021 Info:

Brian Setzer Ochestra is a swing and jump blues band formed in 1990 by Stray Cats frontman Brian Setzer, hailing from the Los Angeles, U.S.

Prior to forming the Brian Setzer Orchestra, Setzer developed a wealth of experience that grew out of his love for Cochran, Vincent, Elvis and Carl Perkins, not to mention big-band jazz. In 1979 he created the band the Tomcats, which later evolved into the Stray Cats, with bassist Lee Rocker and drummer Slim Jim Phantom. Sensing a more open-minded ear in the UK, the band moved and released their eponymously title debut followed by “Gonna Ball” in 1982. “Built for Speed” was then released in the U.S. also in 1982 catapulting the band to popularity, followed with 1983’s “Rant n Rave with the Stray Cats” featuring the hit single “(She’s) Sexy + 17”.

The band failed to live-up to past successes and Setzer founded the Brian Setzer Orchestra in 1990. Released in 1994 on Hollywood Records, the band’s eponymously-titled debut album reached No. 158 on the Billboard 200. With a move to Interscope following a corporate restructuring, the Brian Setzer Orchestra released the album “Guitar Slinger” in 1996, which failed to chart, followed by “The Dirty Boogie” in 1998. The album became a smash hit, reaching No. 9 on the Billboard 200, aided by the hit cover of “Jump Jive & Wail” originally by Louis Prima, which peaked at No. 23 in the singles chart.

Having found his swinging big-band feet, Setzer continued to released albums in much the same musical vein including 2000’s follow-up “Vavoom!”, which reached No. 62 in the chart. The Brian Setzer Orchestra went on to release six lively Christmas albums including “Dig That Crazy Christmas” in 2005 and “Christmas Comes Alive!” in 2010, and number of swinging covers of classical compositions largely released on SurfDog Records.

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