Ropeadope recording artist PROGGER will be embarking on a fall tour of the midwestern and eastern United States in support of their 2016 release, “Scattering,” which has received accolades and airplay from publications, radio stations, blogs, and podcasts in North America, Europe, Africa, and Asia. Joining Progger will be New York City-based soul-jazz singer and songwriter Melissa McMillan, as well as local supporting acts.
Fall tour dates include:
Oct. 31: One2One (Austin, TX)
Nov. 10: Silvana (New York, NY)
Nov. 15: Blu Jazz (Akron, OH)
Nov. 17: Gallery 992 (Atlanta, GA)
Nov. 18: Night Owl (Nashville, TN)
Nov. 19: Red Bicycle Hall (Madison, IN)
Nov. 20: MOTR (Cincinnati, OH)
Nov. 22: Martyrs’ (Chicago, IL)
Since its formation in 2011 in Austin, Texas, Progger has released three studio albums and developed a devoted following through compelling live performances and videos. The group features some of the most in-demand young musicians in the country, each of whom has contributed to music industry luminaries like Snarky Puppy, Erykah Badu, Kool and the Gang, the Supremes, Chrisette Michele, Okkervil River, Col. Bruce Hampton, and many more.