The Bacon Brothers are hitting the road this April for their upcoming ‘Out of Memory Tour.’ They’ll be making a stop in Annapolis at Rams Head On Stage on April 6th & 8th and Alexandria at the Birchmere on April 11 & 12. Kevin stated, “We’re excited to get back out and play live. We’ve pulled some new tunes together, and we like nothing better than sharing new music with people because you never know how they will react!” Michael Bacon opines, “It feels good to get back in the saddle, vocal exercising, building up callouses, and hanging with my brother and our amazing band.”
The pandemic was a fertile time creatively for the brothers. They released a new album, The Way We Love, out of which came an array of accompanying videos. In April 2020, they released the video for “She-Zee-Zee (Easy on My Eyes.”) AmericanSongwriter
On September 11th, The Bacon’s performed at the 9/11 Memorial for The Grand Ole Opry’s 20th Anniversary September 11th tribute. Watch their moving performance of “Unhappy Birthday” here.
Fiercely devoted to making music, even from an early age (they cite such influences as the Rolling Stones, the Beatles, Motown, Led Zeppelin, Philly Soul, and James Taylor, with mentions from Michael of Pete Seeger, Jimmy Rogers, Chet Atkins, and the Jim Kweskin Jug Band, the two siblings share a singular body of work that’s found them spending more than 20 years of working the road and paying their dues, resulting in ten albums – Forosoco (1997), Getting There (1999), Can’t Complain (2001), Live: The No Food Jokes Tour (2003), White Knuckles (2005), New Year’s Day (2009), Philadelphia Road (2011) 36 Cents (2014), the eponymous, The Bacon Brothers (2018,) and The Way We Love (2020.)
When not making music, Kevin Bacon is an award-winning actor with 80 films and dozens of television and stage credits to his name, resulting in numerous Emmy and Screen Actors Guild nominations cited in his resume. Kevin has recently been filming City on a Hill – Season 3 for Showtime. Emmy-winning composer, Michael Bacon, is back working again on ‘Finding Your Roots with Henry Louis Gates’ a program that has been a PBS staple for the past 15 years.
THE OUT OF MEMORY TOUR
April 3—-Ridgefield, CT—-Ridgefield Playhouse
April 5—-Ardmore, PA—-Ardmore Music Hall
April 6 & 8—-Annapolis, MD – Ram’s Head On Stage
April 11 & 12—-Alexandria, VA—-The Birchmere
April 14—-Plymouth, NH—-Flying Monkey Performance Center
April 15—-Brownfield, ME—-Stone Mountain Arts Center
April 16—-Beverly, MA—-Cabot Theatre