Restless Heart 2013 Tour Celebrates Band’s 30th Anniversary
Traditionally, 30th anniversaries are celebrated with pearls, but the men of Restless Heart have chosen the unconventional route and planned a tour. The 30 Years & Still Restless trek will commemorate the quintet's three decades together, while bringing their music to the fans who've helped them reach the milestone.
"It's an honor to be able to continue to play our music across the country with all five original members, which is something that is almost unheard of in our business," the group's frontman Larry Stewart says. "We are so blessed to have all remained in great health and are able to continue to do what we love most!"
The tour kicks off next month, with 80-90 stops expected. As of now, 25 dates have been confirmed. (See a list below.) "I'm extremely fortunate to be part of a 30-year legacy where I am constantly blessed by people's connection to our music," pianist and vocalist Dave Innis adds. "The stories of how our songs have touched a life will never lose their impact. It's truly humbling."
Restless Heart's hits include "The Bluest Eyes in Texas," "Why Does It Have to Be Wrong or Right" and the country-pop crossover smash, "I'll Still Be Loving You." The new year also promises new material from the band, with details to be announced soon.
30 Years & Still Restless Tour Dates:
Jan 4 – Biloxi, MS – Beau Rivage Casino
Jan 5 – Robinsonville, MS – Gold Strike Casino
Jan 18 – Milwaukee, WI – Potawatomi Bingo Casino
Jan 19 – Green Bay, WI – Oneida Nation Casino
Jan 26 – Albany, GA – 27th Annual Celebrity Quail Conservation Event
Mar 9 – Hinton, OK – Sugar Creek Casino
Mar 16 – Pinellas Park, FL – Country in the Park Lee
Mar 18 – Austin, TX – Star of Texas Fair and Rodeo
Mar 25 – Inverness, FL – Citrus County Fair
Apr 6 – Selma, TX – Blue Bonnet Palace
Apr 12 – Armory, MS – Armory Days Railroad
Apr 19/20 – Bow, Washington – Skagit Valley Casino
Apr 27 – Georgetown, TX – Red Poppy Festival
May 3 – Huntsville, AL – Whistle Stop Festival
May 11 – Kansas City, MO – Kansas City City Symphony
May 18 – Mt. Vernon, KY – Renfro Valley Entertainment Center
June 8 – Nevada, MO – Bushwhacker Days
June 13 – Karistad, MN – Kickin Up Country Music Festival
June 20 – Allison, IA – Butler County Fair
Jul 6 – Velma, ND – Saddle Club Arena
Jul 20 – Hartington, NE – Cedar County Fair
Jul 27 – Gordon, NE – Sheridan County Fair
Aug 9 – Lancaster, PA – American Music Theatre
Aug 10 – Annapolis, MD – Rams Head on Stage
Aug 23/24 - Osceola, IA - Lakeside Casino
Watch Restless Heart Perform 'Why Does It Have to Be Wrong or Right'