Anderson East Performs On “CBS This Morning”

AndersonEastAnderson East performed “Satisfy Me” and “Find ‘Em, Fool ‘Em, and Forget ‘Em” on “CBS This Morning” this past Saturday, November 28 along with an exclusive web performance of “Devil In Me.” The full performances can be viewed here: “Satisfy Me,” “Find ‘Em, Fool ‘Em, and Forget ‘Em” and “Devil In Me.”

The appearance culminates a breakout year for the acclaimed singer, songwriter and performer since the release of his acclaimed new album, Delilah—first record issued on producer Dave Cobb’s imprint, Low Country Sound/Elektra Records (iTunes). In celebration of the record, Anderson and his band will embark on an extensive headlining tour in 2016. Presented by Paste Magazine, the “Devil In Me Tour” will feature Anderson along with special guests Andrew Combs and Dylan Leblanc, and includes shows in New York, Boston, San Francisco, Los Angeles and more. Tickets are now on-sale at

Of Delilah, []NPR Music’s Ann Powers asserts, “…a homecoming of sorts for this Athens, Ala., native, whose shoofly pie-sweet drawl and fondness for Wilson Pickett-style shouts fit perfectly within the classic soul settings he and Cobb create…East has a gruff way with phrasing and a lot of youthful enthusiasm, but he’s learning his way into mastery. There’s thought behind every rhythmic push and melismatic twist,” while Yahoo Music declares, “It’s hard to not get excited by this authentic-sounding slice of southern R&B courtesy of Nashville’s Anderson East…No excess, expressive stuff, and the sort of sincere musical statement 2015 sorely needs.” Additionally, earlier this summer, Anderson made his network television debut on NBC’s “Late Night with Seth Myers” performing “Satisfy Me.”

Of Anderson, producer Cobb (Chris Stapleton, Sturgill Simpson, Jason Isbell), comments, “You don’t hear voices like that everyday. The first time I saw him was at the Bluebird in Nashville—he started to sing and shut the place down. And he had the charm and wit to completely hold the audience in the palm of his hand. When I got the chance to have my imprint LCS, he was the first person I wanted to sign. When he sings you can hear the soil and landscape of great southern soul in his voice and he’s a amazing writer as well.”


January 28—Louisville, KY—Headliners Music Hall*

January 29—Birmingham, AL—WorkPlay Theatre*

January 30—Atlanta, GA—Terminal West at King Plow Arts Center*

February 4—Richmond, VA—The Broadberry*

February 5—Baltimore, MD—Sound Stage Baltimore*

February 6—Charlottesville, VA—The Southern*

February 9—Vienna, VA—Jammin’ Java*

February 11—Philadelphia, PA—World Cafe Live*

February 12—New York, NY—Bowery Ballroom*

February 13—Boston, MA—Brighton Music Hall*

February 14—Northampton, MA—Pearl Street*

February 16—Pittsburgh, PA—The Club at Stage AE*

February 18—Cincinnati, OH—20th Century Theater*

February 19—Indianapolis, IN—The Hi-Fi*

February 20—Milwaukee, WI—Shank Hall*

February 21—Evanston, IL—SPACE*

February 23—Minneapolis, MN—Varsity Theater*

February 24—Des Moines, IA—Vaudeville Mews*

February 25—Kansas City, MO—The Riot Room*

February 27—Denver, CO—Larimer Lounge†

February 29—Salt Lake City, UT—The State Room†

March 3—Spokane, WA—The Bartlett†

March 4—Seattle, WA—Tractor Tavern†

March 5—Vancouver, BC—The Cobalt†

March 6—Portland, OR—Mississippi Studios†

March 8—Sacramento, CA—Harlow’s†

March 10—Mill Valley, CA—Sweetwater Music Hall†

March 11—San Francisco, CA—The Independent†

March 12—West Hollywood, CA—The Troubadour†

March 13—Solana Beach, CA—Belly Up Tavern†

*with special guest Andrew Combs
†with special guest Dylan Leblanc

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