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Yelawolf Set To Hit The Road On The.Slumerican.Made.Tour With Rittz, Big Henry, DJ Klever

Concerts begin in Birmingham, AL, on Oct. 22, through December 21 in Nashville in anticipation of new album release, Love Story, on Slumerican/Shady Records/Interscope

SANTA MONICA, Calif., Aug. 26, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Alabama-born hip-hop artist Yelawolf (real name: Michael Wayne Atha) is about to hit the road on The.Slumerican.Made.Tour, with opening acts Rittz, Big Henry and DJ Klever, starting October 22 at Birmingham, AL's Iron City, and running through December 21 at Nashville, TN's Marathon Music Works, with dates scheduled for Los Angeles (House of Blues, Nov. 8) and New York (the Gramercy Theater, Dec. 16). The complete list of dates can be found below.

The tour will serve as a set-up for Yelawolf's eagerly awaited second album, Love Story, on Slumerican/Shady Records/Interscope, which he's described as "more passionate" than his debut, 2011's Radioactive.  Two tracks have already been released from the album, "Box Chevy V," which he premiered earlier this year on Sirius XM's Shade 45 station, and "Honey Brown." Love Story was recorded mostly in Nashville with producers Eminem, Malay, WLPWR and DJ Paul.

"I'm telling the truth about a lot of things," Yelawolf said in describing the new album, which follows the release of his mixtape Trunk Muzik Returns in March, 2013. "I try to be as honest as I can with everything I do."

Here is the complete list of tour dates:


Birmingham, AL 

Iron City


Montgomery, AL  



Pensacola, FL     



Biloxi, MS            

Kress Live


Little Rock, AR      



Tulsa, OK            

Cain's Ballroom


Austin, TX            



San Antonio, TX     

White Rabbit


Dallas, TX            



Albuquerque, NM   

Sunshine Theater


Phoenix, AZ        

Club Red


Tucson, AZ          

Rialto Theater


Santa Ana, CA      

The Observatory


San Diego, CA        

Porters Pub


W. Hollywood, CA    

House of Blues


Santa Cruz, CA        

The Catalyst


Eugene, OR           

WOW Hall


Seattle, WA           

Showbox Sodu


Spokane, WA          

Knitting Factory


Whistler, BC          



Vancouver, BC       



Portland, OR           

Roseland Theater


Salt Lake City, UT    

The Complex


Fort Collins, CO        

Aggie Theater


Colorado Springs      

Black Sheep


Denver, CO           

Gothic Theater


Omaha, NE          

Sokol Auditorium


Lawrence, KS      

Granada Theater


Des Moines, IA    



Minneapolis, MN    

Skyway Theater


Iowa City, IA         

Blue Moose


Springfield, MO      

Gillioz Theater


Milwaukee, WI      

Turner Hall


Bloomington, IL     

Castle Theater


St. Louis, MO       

Ready Room


Chicago, IL         

Bottom Lounge


Detroit, MI          

St. Andrews Hall


Louisville, KY       

Mercury Ballroom


Grand Rapids, MI   

The Intersection


Cleveland, OH       

Agora Ballroom


Pittsburgh, PA      

Altar Bar


Philadelphia, PA    



Boston, MA           

Middle East


New York, NY       

The Gramercy Theater


Springfield, VA      



Winston Salem, NC  



Raleigh, NC         

Lincoln Theater


Duluth, GA           

Wild Bills


Nashville, TN         

Marathon Music Works




SOURCE Interscope Records

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