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Country artist Orville Peck to bring The Bronco Tour to House of Blues Las Vegas

WHAT: Country artist and songwriter Orville Peck is bringing The Bronco Tour to House of Blues Las Vegas Friday, April 22, 2022.

Peck will release his sophomore album Bronco on April 8. Fans can pre-order the vinyl as well as digital album here and watch the album trailer, chock full of celebrity cameos including, but not limited to, Margaret Cho and Norman Reedus here. The 15-track album will be available globally via Columbia Records and will be released in three installments. Chapter One, featuring “C’mon Baby, Cry;” “Daytona Sand;” “Outta Time” and “Any Turn” is available today, here.

A consummate storyteller, the country-rock inspired Bronco plays upon the horse theme so often found in Orville’s work, but this time with an exploration of freedom, breaking free from that which binds us and all that is wild and untamed. Bronco builds upon and follows Peck’s previous album Pony and EP Show Pony, which explored themes of love, loss and loneliness but advances the story arc in a bolder, newer and warmer trajectory. 

“This is my most impassioned and authentic album to date,” says Peck. “I was inspired by country rock, 60s & 70s psychedelic, California and bluegrass with everything being anchored in country. Bronco is all about being unrestrained and the culmination of a year of touring, writing in isolation and going through and ultimately emerging from a challenging personal time.”

WHEN:
Friday, April 22, 2022 
Doors: 8 p.m.
Ages: 18+

TICKETS:
Tickets for Orville Peck’s The Bronco Tour start at $30 plus applicable fees and go on sale Friday, Feb. 18 at 10 a.m. PT. Follow House of Blues Las Vegas on Twitter for presale information @HOBLasVegas. Tickets are available by visiting HouseofBlues.com/LasVegas, MandalayBay.comTicketmaster.com or by calling 702-632-7600.

WHERE:
House of Blues Las Vegas
Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino
3950 Las Vegas Blvd. South
Las Vegas, NV 89119

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