Della Mae’s The Butcher Shoppe EP Spring Tour Stops in Nashville May 30

Since forming in Boston in 2009, Nashville-based string band Della Mae has established a reputation as a charismatic live act comprising some of the finest players in bluegrass, Americana and beyond. Today the band announces a string of tour dates in support of their forthcoming recording, The Butcher Shoppe EP. The GRAMMY-nominated band will embark on their tour Feb. 21 starting with the WinterGrass Festival in Bellevue,WA, other stops include Washington, DC, Nashville, TN, and Chicago, IL. 

Special guests on the tour include original Della Mae guitarist Avril Smith. Grammy-winning banjo player Alison Brown will join the band during their six shows with Steve Martin and Martin Short this spring. 

Showcasing the most-requested fan-favorites including two brand-new original compositions, the EP (recorded at The Butcher Shoppe Studio in Nashville) also features a number of guest appearances by Molly Tuttle, Alison Brown, and Avril Smith. This marks the first new music for the band since 2015’s eponymous album. The Butcher Shoppe EP, produced by the band, will be released on March 1, 2019.


Their second single “Sixteen Tons” is available at all major music outlets today. Originating from different musical backgrounds and regions across the US and Canada, each member brings distinct elements that contribute to Della Mae’s unique sound. Their music draws on different genres and perfectly balances roots-based tradition with more contemporary influences.

 Alison Brown says, “Della Mae takes no prisoners!  Some people might try to pigeon-hole them as simply an all female group but they would be missing the point.  Della Mae has it all – great singing, great playing, great material – and more than that, they know how to put on a great show.  Musically, they occupy a unique place at the crossroads of bluegrass, blues and Americana, territory not always native to the five string banjo, and that’s an inspiring challenge for me whenever I  get to play with them. I’m really proud of Della Mae for all they have accomplished and equally excited to see where they may go next.” 

A full list of dates is below and on the band’s website: dellamae.com.

2019 Tour Dates 

Feb 21-22 Bellevue, WA – Wintergrass Festival

Feb 23-24 Steamboat Springs, CO – WinterWonderGrass Festival

Feb 28 Brevard, NC – 185 King Street

Mar 1 Raleigh, NC – Fletcher Opera House

Mar 2 Atlanta, GA – Eddie’s Attic

Mar 3 Chattanooga, TN – Songbirds Guitar Museum

Mar 8 Evansville, IN – Aiken Theatre (with Steve Martin

)Mar 9 Huntington, WV – Keith Albee Performing Arts Center (with Steve Martin)

Mar 10 Norfolk, VA – Chrysler Hall (with Steve Martin)
April 7 Del Mar, CA – Bluegrass & Beyond Series – Town Hall at Del Mar Civic Center

Apr 9 Los Angeles, CA – Bootleg Theater (BGS presents)

Apr 10 Phoenix, AZ – MIM Music Theater 

Apr 11 Flagstaff, AZ – Coconino Center for the Arts 

Apr 12-13 Las Vegas, NV – Bender Jamboree

Apr 18 Omaha NE – Orpheum Theatre (with Steve Martin)

Apr 19 Milwaukee WI – Riverside Theater (with Steve Martin)

Apr 20 Peoria IL – Peoria Civ (with Steve Martin)

May 1 Washington DC – The Hamilton

May 2 Sellersville, PA – Sellersville Theatre 1894 

May 3 Randolph, VT – Chandler Center for the Arts

May 4 Cambridge, MA – The Sinclair

May 5 Portland, ME – Port City Music Hall

May 10 Chicago, IL – Old Town School of Folk Music

May 11 Stoughton, WI – Stoughton Opera House

May 12 Minneapolis, MN – The Dakota 

May 26 Grass Valley, CA – Strawberry Music Festival

May 30 Nashville, TN – 3rd & Lindsley

May 31 Morgantown, IN – John Hartford Memorial Festival
*All dates subject to change