Danny Worsnop of Asking Alexandria has announced a solo tour of North America at the beginning of 2020. The tour is set to feature support from Atlanta rock band Starbenders. Worsnop will be hitting major cities including Pittsburgh, Denver, Brooklyn, Atlanta, Dallas and Los Angeles, starting from January 1, and concluding on January 30.
Danny released his second solo album ‘Shades of Blue’ on May 10, 2019 through Sumerian Records, with the new record from Asking Alexandria on the horizon. Danny posted onto Twitter a promotional clip for the solo tour in the New Year. The extensive list of tour dates are as listed below.
01/02/20 – Scottsdale, AZ – Pub Rock Live.
01/03 – The Echo, Los Angeles, CA.
01/04 – Chain Reaction, Anaheim, CA.
01/05 – Holy Diver, Sacramento, CA.
01/07 – El Corazon, Seattle, WA.
01/08 – The Shredder, Boise, ID.
01/09 – The Urban Lounge, Salt Lake City, UT.
01/10 – Lost Lake Lounge, Denver, CO.
01/11 – The Royal Grove, Lincoln, NE.
01/12 – Lefty’s Live Music, Des Moines, IA.
01/13 – The Garage, Burnsville, MN.
01/14 – Green Bay Distillery, Green Bay, WI.
01/15 – The Forge, Joliet, IL.
01/16 – Pike Room, Pontiac, MI.
01/17 – The Crafthouse Stage & Grill, Pittsbnurgh, PA.
01/18 – Stage West, Scranton, PA.
01/19 – Harrisburg Midtown Arts Center, Harrisburg, PA.
01/20 – Sonia Live Music Venue, Cambridge, MA.
01/21 – Saint Vitus, Brooklyn, NY.
01/22 – Voltage Lounge, Philadelphia, PA.
01/23 – The Pinch, Washington, DC.
01/24 – The Radio Room, Greenville, SC.
01/25 – Amos’ Southend, Charlotte, NC.
01/26 – The Masquerade, Atlanta, GA.
01/27 – Fubar, St. Louis, MO.
01/28 – The Riot Room, Kansas City, MO.
01/29 – The Blue Light, Dallas, TX.
01/30 – Wildcatter Saloon, Katy, TX.
LIVE ON TOUR: the tour… coming to a town near you, maybe.
— DANNY WORSNOP (@dannyworsnop) October 9, 2019
Asking Alexandria released their latest single ‘The Violence’ on July 11. On August 21, AA’s guitarist Ben Bruce announced that the album was complete, confirming that the new record was “ready to go”, and claiming that he could “release it tomorrow”, in an interview with KCAL 96.7.
He went on to add. “I’m just waiting to pull the trigger. The self-titled album did so much for us as a band. We almost reinvented ourselves and took our career to a whole new level and it’s been really good.”
“I think we’ve figured out when we’re going to release the record, and it shouldn’t be too long”.