Jason Isbell & the 400 Unit announce new album Reunions, huge tour

It’s been three years since  Jason Isbell & the 400 Unit’s last album, but in 2020 they are set to release dubbed “Reunions” and will support the album with a new lengthy U.S. tour.  The tour dates run from late February until mid-November, the itinerary includes shows with support from notable guests like Crosby, Strand of Oaks, Lucinda Williams, Chris Stapleton, and more.

Isbell’s newest album will drop May 15 via Isbell’s Southeastern Record label and is made up of 10 tracks recorded with Isbell’s band of Derry deBorja (piano, keyboard, organ, omnichord), Chad Gamble (drums, tambourine), Jimbo Hart (bass), and Sadler Vaden (acoustic guitar, electric guitar). Additionally, David Crosby and Jay Buchanan (Rival Sons) contributed background vocals, while Shires played fiddle.  Their previous album, “The Nashville Sound” was released in 2017 and was produced by Dave Cobb who is also known for his work with Sturgill Simpson and The Highwomen, the supergroup that features Isbell’s wife, Amanda Shires.

While this is Isbell’s first album in three years, he has collaborated with folks like Sheryl Crow, Strand of Oaks, and Josh Ritter, and memorably contributed to the soundtrack for A Star is Born as well as The Highwomen’s self-titled debut. He performed with the group during their limited numbers of shows, and toured with Father John Misty last year.

See below for all upcoming John Isbell shows and ticket information:


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