The War And Treaty’s ‘Healing Tide’ Rolls In Today

The War and Treaty’s anticipated full-length debut album, Healing Tide, is out today on Strong World/Thirty Tigers. Produced by Buddy Miller, Healing Tide features 11 songs from the powerhouse duo made up of husband and wife Michael Trotter Jr. and Tanya Blount-Trotter.

The 11 songs on Healing Tide were written solely by Michael and feature Tanya (vocals), Michael (vocals, piano, Wurlitzer, Rhodes) and Miller (guitars, banjo) as well as Brady Blade (drums), Adam Chaffins (bass), Jim Hoke (organ, saxophone, autoharp, harmonica), Russ Pahl (pedal steel, banjo), Sam Bush (fiddle), Bill Huber (trombone), Matt Slocum (cello) and special guest vocalist Emmylou Harris on “Here Is Where the Loving Is At.”

The duo will tour throughout 2018 including upcoming festival stops at Fayetteville Roots Festival, Moon River Music Festival and a triumphant return to AmericanaFest in Nashville, where the two first made headlines after a breakthrough performance at the 2017 Americana Music Festival & Conference when they stepped in to fill in for an ill Buddy Miller.

The War And Treaty Tour Dates:
August 11-12—Edmonton, AB—Edmonton Folk Festival
August 17-19—Grand Prairie, AB—Bear Creek Folk Festival
August 24—Florence, AL—Billy Reid Shindig 10
August 25-26—Fayetteville, AR—Fayetteville Roots Festival
September 7—Las Vegas, NV—Big Blues Bender
September 9—Chattanooga, TN—Moon River Music Festival
September 12-15—Nashville, TN—AmericanaFest
September 22—Bristol, TN—Bristol Rhythm & Roots Reunion
September 28—Dana Point, CA—Ohana Festival
February 10-17—Tampa, FL—Cayamo Cruise

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