Legendary, Grammy Award-winning US singer, guitarist and songwriter Shooter Jennings has announced a series of European tour dates in June 2022. A mix of headline shows and festivals, the live shows will be a mix of material old and new and are set to be some of the must-see shows of 2022.

Full Shooter Jennings 2022 European tour dates are as follows:

Fri 10th June 2022​Stockholm, Sweden @ SthlmAmericana Festival

Sat 11th June ​​Oslo, Norway @ Oslo Americana Festival

Sun 12th June​​Copenhagen, Denmark @ CPH Americana Festival

Wed 15th June​​Newcastle, UK @ The Cluny HEADLINE 

Thurs 16th June​London, UK @ The OmearaHEADLINE

Fri 17th June​​Tunbridge Wells, UK @ Black Deer Festival

Sat 18th June ​​Vitoria, Spain @ Azkena Rock Festival

For tickets and further information – https://shooterjennings.com/tour

Over the last two decades Shooter Jennings has established himself as a prolific singer, songwriter, guitarist, and record producer. He has released eight solo LPs, countless EPs and founded his own label and multimedia outlet, Black Country Rock, to hosting his “Shooter Jennings’ Electric Rodeo” on Sirius XM’s Outlaw Country channel and the creation of acclaimed BBS Door games.

Jennings has also produced iconic artists as Jamey Johnson, Duff McKagen, Wanda Jackson, Marilyn Manson, Billy Ray Cyrus, The White Buffalo, Tanya Tucker, and his mom, Jessi Colter. 2018 saw him team up with longtime collaborator, 6x GRAMMY® Award-winner Dave Cobb, to co-produce Brandi Carlile’scritically hailed “By The Way, I Forgive You”. The album proved a landmark release, earning worldwide accolades and the 2019 GRAMMY® Award for “Best Americana Album.” The Jennings-produced Tanya Tucker album from 2020, “While I’m Livin’”, garnered the country legend her first two Grammy wins ever for “Best Country Album” and “Best Country Song.” 2021 will see the release of “Sometimes Y” an album he co-wrote and produced alongside Yelawolf.

Shooter Jennings has defied expectations while constantly expanding the parameters of country, rock ‘n’ roll, and beyond…