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Rachel Baiman

Rachel Baiman Tour Dates and Upcoming Concerts

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On tour Yes
Followers 3,434
Category Americana, Country, Bluegrass
Concerts
Feb
29
Live From The Divide
Bozeman
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Mar
02
Bluebird Theater
Denver
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Mar
13
The Encore
Morgantown
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Mar
14
Manor Mill
Monkton
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Mar
15
Cafe Wha?
New York
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Mar
16
Club Passim
Cambridge
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Mar
17
Back Porch Music Festival 2024
Northampton
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Mar
20
Pearl Street Warehouse
Washington
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Mar
21
Elkton Music Hall
Elkton
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Mar
28
Eddie's Attic
Decatur
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Mar
29
Jubilee Community Arts
Knoxville
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Apr
04
Radio Room
Greenville
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Apr
07
Neighborhood Theatre
Charlotte
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Apr
10
The Grey Eagle
Asheville
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Apr
12
Hop Springs
Murfreesboro
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Apr
13
The Burl
Lexington
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Apr
19
The Green Field
Amsterdam
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Apr
20
Tiel
Tiel
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Apr
21
Theater Walhalla
Rotterdam
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Apr
22
Muziekcentrum Frits Philips
Eindhoven
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Apr
23
Qbus Club
Leiden
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Apr
24
Dorpshuis De Schalm Westwoud
Westwoud
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Apr
29
Green Note
London
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May
04
Bristol Folk House
Bristol
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May
17
Sleeping in the Woods Songwriter Festival 2024
Monticello
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About Rachel Baiman
On Common Nation of Sorrow, Baiman’s third LP, she tells stories of American capitalism, and the individual and communal devastation it manifests. “The reality is that the vastmajority of us are being taken advantage of by the same brutal economic and political systems. Maybe that shared oppression is a place in which we can meet and fightback”, she explains. Common Nation of Sorrow opens with “Some Strange Notion”, an anthemic song from which the album title is drawn. Featuring the distinct outlaw country drumming and vocals of Miles Miller (Sturgill Simpson/Tyler Childers), contrasted with a phased-out string section and seemingly socialist rallying cry, the track pulls together the many elements of the record in a way that eerily reflects its lyrical content; “But now, some strange notion has taken ahold of us/ It’s the common nation of sorrow, hear the boots march through the dust/ when so much pain is intertwined, there are none who can tear it down/ you cannot bury those already resting beneath the ground,” sings Baiman. “This song was deeply inspired by the idea of generational activism”, she says. “The realization that sometimes it takes several generations of work to see any change orprogress, and the tenacity and determination which that idea requires.” In contrast with her previous work, Baiman is the sole producer of Common Nation of Sorrow, which she recorded in her hometown of Nashville. She leans heavily into her bluegrass and old-time sensibilities on this new record. “In some ways, this is a homecoming project for me”, she says. “I wanted to explore these songs based on who and where I am right now, with the town and the people who have raised me musically using the music from the place I’m singing about ”. After recording for twelve days in Nashville with Grammy-Award-winning engineer Sean Sullivan, Baiman traveled to Portland, OR, where she spent two weeks mixing the record with famed engineer and producer Tucker Martine (My Morning Jacket/The Decemberists/First Aid Kit). “Because I self-produced the project, I felt it was important to get a totally fresh, outside perspective during the mixing process” explains Baiman. “I am a longtime fan of Tucker’s work, and it was an honor that he took on this project”. Raised in Chicago, Baiman made her way to Nashville at 18 with the dream of being aprofessional fiddle player and has since released two solo records and an EP, alongside session and side-person work with Kacey Musgraves, Kevin Morby, and Molly Tuttle among many others. As a songwriter, she has garnered a reputation for her specific brand of political and personal lyricism, which Vice’s Noisey described as ‘Flipping off Authority one note at a time”. This album is no exception; On the stripped down, Welch and Rawlings inspired “Bitter”, she sings, “I had a vision, some kind of religion/ whatmakes life worth living should pay/ but I found no meaning, nothing to believe in/ just men getting rich in the shade”. On her re-write of John Hartford’s “Self Made Man”, she adds the lines “Will you tell him that he’s done everything right and that he could never take the blame/ for the people cast out and trampled on, just because they got in his way?”. Despite the general outward focus of the songwriting, some of the album’s best moments turn inward. On “Lovers and Leavers”, Baiman addresses her battle with bipolar disorder, which she was diagnosed with in 2021. “There is no middle, only highs only lows / It’s a beast it’s a burden, it’s a bottle half full”, she sings. “I wrote this song long before I knew what was going on in my brain”, she explains, “but now I hear it back and think, wow, that’s a song about bipolar disorder, which I disguised, even to myself at the time, as a love song.” For Baiman, this is all part of the same American story. “I have so many friends struggling with mental and physical health right now as we emerge from Pandemic lockdown,” she says. “Access and affordability of healthcare is a nearly universal struggle in this country, and as a freelance musician without employer health benefitsit’s even more difficult.” While she has had no trouble with lyrical honesty in the past, Baiman’s previous records,“Shame,” and “Cycles,” have been experiments in musical growth and change. On “Common Nation of Sorrow”, she has found a production style to match her straightforward writing. Baiman displays a certain self-awareness and comfort with the inability to be all things, while simultaneously pushing to new heights with her message, and delivering a heartbreaking, albeit beautiful, assessment of her country.
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Genres
Americana, Country, Bluegrass
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Rachel Baiman Tour Cities
Eindhoven, Netherlands Elkton, MD Bozeman, MT Northampton, MA Lexington, KY Greenville, SC Monticello, KY Rotterdam, Netherlands Murfreesboro, TN Bristol, United Kingdom Denver, CO Asheville, NC Morgantown, WV Charlotte, NC Westwoud, Netherlands Cambridge, MA New York City, NY Monkton, MD Amsterdam, Netherlands Knoxville, TN Washington, DC Decatur, GA London, United Kingdom Tiel, Netherlands Leiden, Netherlands

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Concerts & Tour Date Information

Is Rachel Baiman on tour?

Yes, Rachel Baiman is currently on tour. If you’re interested in attending an upcoming Rachel Baiman concert, make sure to grab your tickets in advance. The Rachel Baiman tour is scheduled for 25 dates across 25 cities. Get information on all upcoming tour dates and tickets for 2024-2025 with Hypebot.

How many upcoming tour dates is Rachel Baiman scheduled to play?

Rachel Baiman is scheduled to play 25 shows between 2024-2025. Buy concert tickets to a nearby show through Hypebot.

When does the Rachel Baiman tour start?

Rachel Baiman ’s tour starts Feb 29, 2024 and ends on May 17, 2024. They will play 25 cities; their most recent concert was held in Bozeman at Live From The Divide and their next upcoming concert will be in Elkton at Elkton Music Hall.

What venues is Rachel Baiman performing at?

As part of the Rachel Baiman tour, Rachel Baiman is scheduled to play across the following venues and cities:

2024 Tour Dates:

Feb 29 - Bozeman, MT @ Live From The Divide
Mar 02 - Denver, CO @ Bluebird Theater
Mar 13 - Morgantown, WV @ The Encore
Mar 14 - Monkton, MD @ Manor Mill
Mar 15 - New York, NY @ Cafe Wha?
Mar 16 - Cambridge, MA @ Club Passim
Mar 17 - Northampton, MA @ Back Porch Music Festival
Mar 20 - Washington, DC @ Pearl Street Warehouse
Mar 21 - Elkton, MD @ Elkton Music Hall
Mar 28 - Decatur, GA @ Eddie's Attic
Mar 29 - Knoxville, TN @ Jubilee Community Arts
Apr 04 - Greenville, SC @ Radio Room
Apr 07 - Charlotte, NC @ Neighborhood Theatre
Apr 10 - Asheville, NC @ The Grey Eagle
Apr 12 - Murfreesboro, TN @ Hop Springs
Apr 13 - Lexington, KY @ The Burl
Apr 19 - Amsterdam, NH @ The Green Field
Apr 20 - Tiel, GE @ Tiel
Apr 21 - Rotterdam, ZH @ Theater Walhalla
Apr 22 - Eindhoven, Noord-Brabant @ Muziekcentrum Frits Philips
Apr 23 - Leiden, ZH @ Qbus Club
Apr 24 - Westwoud, NH @ Dorpshuis De Schalm Westwoud
Apr 29 - London, United Kingdom @ Green Note
May 04 - Bristol, England @ Bristol Folk House
May 17 - Monticello, KY @ Hidden Ridge Camping
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