More Mott The Hoople On American Soil Again This Fall

Mott rocking in Cleveland earlier this year ©2019 Ms. Monk

Gloryoski! We just got the word that a second leg of Mott ’74 US tour dates has been announced for this fall with another ten dates taking the band down the East Coast, through the Southwest, and up the West Coast in October-November. As earlier, the emphasis will be on the 1974 setlist, with “The Hoople” album figuring prominently along with as many Mott classics as they can fit into a comfy 1:45 show. It’s a real treat having the band share this legacy of excellent rock music with us 45 years after their last US tour of 1974.

I tend to devalue “rock music,” but Ian Hunter has always been a writer at the head of the pack with both a surplus of empathy and an incisive artistic vision that has not dated. I was unexpectedly moved by the strains of hearing “All The Way To Memphis” live and that’s not even my favorite Mott song. Though Ian turned 80 on June 3rd, he’s still fully capable of holding a rock show in the palm of his hand. If you’ve ever enjoyed Mott The Hoople, by all means make the effort. I guarantee it won’t be happening again in another 45 years.

MOTT THE HOOPLE | Mott The Hoople ’74 | US Tour 2019 – Leg 2

21 Oct — Port Chester, NY @ Capitol Theatre
22 Oct — Washington DC @ Warner Theatre
24 Oct — Atlanta @ Coca Cola Roxy Theatre
26 Oct — Nashville @ War Memorial Auditorium
28 Oct — Dallas @ Majestic Theatre
29 Oct — Austin @ ACL Live at The Moody Theater
31 Oct — Scottsdale, AZ @ Talking Stick Resort Ballroom
01 Nov — Los Angeles @ Orpheum Theatre
03 Nov — Oakland @ Fox Theater
05 Nov — Portland @ Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall
06 Nov — Seattle @ Moore Theatre

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3 Responses to More Mott The Hoople On American Soil Again This Fall

  1. Mark Moerman says:

    I just bought my ticket for the Portland show. This is dream come true time for me! Much as I love the Mott album, I have always preferred The Hoople, so this just couldn’t get any better.

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