Scott H. Biram Announces Tour Dates

Austin blues-punk rocker Scott H. Biram announces tour dates for the Summer and Fall today. Biram begins his tour with festival dates in France then returns stateside to kick off a lengthy US run in his hometown of Austin, TX on August 11.

As one of the hardest working musicians on the road, Biram plays close to 300 days a year and his live show is a testament that even as a one-man band, Biram fills the room with more raucous skill and thunder than acts with twice the gear or players. With a live set-up consisting of a collection of vintage guitars; a couple rock guitars wired up through a wall of beat-up, road-worn amplifiers; and boot-driven stomp board of his own creation powered by two huge, big-rig grilled subwoofers, Biram’s amplified tramp can turn a bar into a bunch of believers, shaking their fists as an “Amen!” to his feral sermons. The LA Times describes SHB, this”one-man band is a tour-de-force of gutbucket guitar squabble, vocals so feral they’ll make you lock your doors at night, and a live set that goes down like a cocktail of whiskey, amphetamines and black-humored despair.”

Touring is only part of the fun that Scott H. Biram has to offer in the coming months, as his newest record, Bad Ingredients, will be released October 11 via Bloodshot Records. The album features 13 new tracks from Scott, and the album art work is featured below.

Bad Ingredients, Biram’s fourth album for Bloodshot Records (his catalog also includes self-released albums he quickly sold out of during his relentless touring schedule), is a decidedly different record for those who have been following his road-driven career. Recorded at Biram’s home studio in Austin, Texas and mastered by Jerry Tubb of Terra Nova Mastering (Johnny Cash, Willie Nelson, Dwight Yoakam), Bad Ingredients delivers SHB’s classic throat-stomping style (“Dontcha Lie To Me Baby” and “Victory Song”), but showcases a more mature songwriter-both lyrically and musically. It’s Biram at his quietest, but don’t worry, Hiram Biram still raises a riot.

Scott H. Biram Tour Dates

Aug 5-Aulnoye-Aymeries, France @ Festival Nuits Secret

Aug 6-Aulnoye-Aymeries, France @ Festival Nuits Secret

Aug 7-Aulnoye-Aymeries, France @ Festival Nuits Secret

Aug 11-Austin, TX @ Antone’s #

Aug 20-New Braunfels, TX @ Phoenix Saloon

Sep 8-Nashville, TN @ The End

Sep 9-Huntington, WV @ V Club

Sep 10-Pittsburgh, PA@ The Smiling Moose

Sep 11-Erie, PA @ The Crooked i

Sep 12-Buffalo, NY @ Mohawk Place

Sep 14-Rochester NY @ Bug Jar

Sep 15-Winooski, VT @ The Monkey House

Sep 16-Dover, NH @ Dover Brickhouse

Sep 17-Newport, RI @ TBA [TENTATIVE]

Sep 18-Cambridge, MA @ TT The Bear’s Place

Sep 19-New York, NY @ Mercury Lounge

Sep 20-Brooklyn, NY @ The Rock Shop

Sep 21-Asbury Park, NJ @ Asbury Lanes

Sep 22-Washington, DC @ Black Cat Backstage

Sep 23-Philadelphia, PA @ World Cafe Live Upstairs

Sep 24-Richmond, VA @ The Camel

Sep 25-Durham, NC @ Casbah

Sep 27-Charleston, SC @ The Charleston Pourhouse

Sep 28-Savannah, GA @ The Jinx

Sep 29-Atlanta, GA @ Star Bar

Sep 30-Birmingham, AL @ The Bottletree

Oct 1-Jackson, MS @ Duling Hall

Oct 2 – New Orleans, LA @ TBA [TENTATIVE]

Oct 3-Baton Rouge, LA @ Spanish Moon

Oct 5-Lafayette, LA @ Blue Moon Saloon

Oct 6-Houston, TX @ TBA [TENTATIVE]

Oct 7-Dallas, TX @ TBA [TENTATIVE]

Oct 8­-Austin, TX @ Continental Club +
Oct 14-­Hunter, TX @ Riley’s Tavern +
Oct 27­-San Antonio, TX @ Sam’s Burger Joint +
Oct 28­-San Marcos, TX @ Triple Crown +

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