Well, what an amazing start to 2020! Auburn were lucky enough to tour with the Flying Burritos and boy, did we have a blast (so much so in fact that we’ll be touring again with them in December). Check out the videos below for some behind the scenes footage and keep checking back because the official tour dates will be released soon! Whether you missed it this time or just enjoyed it so much that you want to do it all over again – we can’t wait to see you all there.
Get your tickets for Auburn’s upcoming UK tour NOW – all ticket links available HERE
If you want to hear an in-depth talk about the album, Game of Faith (and also listen to the entire album) then you can listen to a radio interview with Liz on either:
Monday September 9 –
Saturday September 14 –
http://www.kconlineradio.com (623:00 GMT)
(Just click the links to head straight to their websites)
And don’t forget to set a reminder on your phone so that you don’t miss the opportunity to tune in!
Click on the front cover above or click here to have a flip through this online magazine and check out their 8 page spread on Liz and Game of Faith!
Auburn Acoustic will be supporting the 50th Anniversary Tribute to the Flying Burritos
|JAN15||Wed 7:30 PM||Komedia Brighton
|JAN16||Thu 8 PM||Under the Bridge
|JAN19||Sun 8 PM||The Stables, Milton Keynes, MK19 7, United Kingdom||Get Tickets|
|JAN20||Mon 8 PM||Barnoldswick|
|JAN21||Tue 8 PM||The Robin 2
|JAN22||Wed 8 PM||EARL HAIG Memorial CLUB
|JAN25||Sat 8 PM||Backstage at the Green
I just had the opportunity to review the most recent release, Game of Faith, from Auburn and it’s quite interesting. Opening with Game of Faith, a cool jazzy pop track with really strong vocals by Liz Lenten and clean, stylized guitar work by Thomm Jutz really make this one of my favorites on the release. Backed by Mark Fain on bass, Lynn Williams on drums and Britt Savage on backing vocals, a real nice opener. Lightly salted funky track, I Don’t Love Him has a great feel and just the right amount of lead guitar. A purposeful melody and lush chords make this track an outstanding radio prospect. I really like the delicate balance between Lenten’s almost fragile vocal and the saturated tone of the electric guitar on It’s Not Love. Very interesting contrast. Another track that keeps me listening is Spoke In The Wheel and Lenten’s almost Toya Wilson like vocal delivery, against the glistening chords of Jutz. Wrapping the release is sensitive ballad, His Arm sand Lenten’s vocals balanced lightly on the acoustic guitar work of Jutz. I wouldn’t say this is a traditional blues release by any means, but it is a really interesting release.
To view the review on their page just click here