Bryan Toney takes second album on the road
Bryan Toney is heading out to introduce his second album, Cone of Uncertainty to be released on March 8. This Greensboro, North Carolina, alternative folk-rock singer-songwriter will return to many of the venues he visited last year.
Toney has performed in eleven states across the U.S. in the last eighteen months. He plans to perform this year across North Carolina and in Virginia, South Carolina, Georgia, Tennessee, Kentucky, Nebraska, Colorado, Utah, Texas and more.
His upcoming NC shows include his free album release show with Farewell Friend band on March 8 at 7:30 p.m. at Leveneleven Brewing in Greensboro, March 29 at Chatham Hill Winery in Cary, March 30 at Lost Province Brewing in Boone, April 13 at Fourth & Trade in Winston-Salem, June 11 at Wrightsville Beach Brewery in Wilmington, July 19 at Wifi Wine Bar in High Point, NC, July 26 at Chatham Hill Winery in Cary and August 15 at Sanctuary Brewing in Hendersonville. His full schedule stays up-to-date on his website.
Listen to his live interview on WHUP Pass the Hat, Cary, NC on March 15 at 7 p.m.
Toney’s voice is grounded in intensely personal original lyrics about his life and world events combined with hard-driving guitar toe-tapping riffs that are known to have audiences singing along on their own. His music influences include Wilco, Dawes, Nick Lowe, R.E.M., John Hiatt, Beck, America, Bread, Carole King, and Joni Mitchell.
Toney is the co-founder of Gate City Songwriters, a group that meets weekly in Greensboro, NC where he is part of a growing singer-songwriters original music scene.
Bryan Toney is available for phone, Facetime and radio/T.V. interviews. Visit https://www.bryantoney.com for full bio and contact information. View downloadable jpeg photos at https://www.bryantoney.com/photos. Online copy of this press release and other news: https://www.bryantoney.com/media
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