Orville Peck at Jacobs Pavilion at Nautica

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Jacobs Pavilion | Cleveland, Ohio

Orville Peck

Giddy up, ya lovely bunch o' queer cowboys! It's time to mask up and get ready for the Stampede that's comin' for the fabulous, Orville Peck playin' lave at Jacobs Pavilion at Nautica in Cleveland, Ohio on Friday, June 7th 2024. The Stampede tour here in Cleveland will feature special guests, Durand Jones and Debbii Dawson

Alrighty boy and girls, time to "Pony" up, in the "Dead of Night," because this "Smalltown Boy" ain't gonna find "No Glory in the West." Besides, now it's "Summertime," and me an' the "Mona Lisas and Mad Hatters" have a hankering to take "This Masquerade" out on the road to see if them "Cowboys Are Frequently, Secretly Fond of Each Other."

Yes, the masked and tasseled singer is bringing his brand-new album, Stampede, out on the road and you, yes you have to hear it live! So, hit the "Get Tickets" button now!!!

The Stampede Tour will commence this May in North Carolina, before galloping across to Atlanta, Columbus, Chicago, Toronto, St. Louis, Los Angeles, and others, including a yeah Haw here in Cleveland, Ohio's Jacobs Pavilion at Nautica on June 7th 2024. His Stampede album is all about duets and collaborations, and so keeping with that theme, he brings one of the longest guest lists with him, including, The War And Treaty, Goldie Boutilier, Jaime Wyatt, Gold Star, Nikki Lane, Emily Nenni, Vincent Neil Emerson, and the two playing in Cleveland, Durand Jones and Debbii Dawson.

Along with the Stampede Tour 2024 announcement, Orville Peck also released the first track, a cover of Ned Sublette's "Cowboys Are Frequently, Secretly Fond of Each Other" from Stampede, the upcoming duets' album. The song and video is performed alongside country music royalty, Willie Nelson and can be watched right now, down below.

When it comes to LGBTQ+ acceptance, Fans of both Peck, and Nelson have called the collaboration healing. Peck admits, that although he's the Gay musician, the idea to cover the song was actually Nelson's. "It's actually been a long time in the making, this whole collaboration. Willie asked me about it a couple of years ago," Peck said. "I think that the fact that Willie stands next to the entire LGBTQIA+ community by doing this song just shows what an amazing person he is, what a legend he is," he added. "It's a win for all of us because that’s true allyship. Someone who's completely unafraid to be right there next to us, there's no vagueness involved." Peck also said, he's "sometimes felt excluded from the country music industry" because of his openly Gay sexuality, however, "Once Willie Nelson wants to work with you, there's really nothing the country world can say after that," Peck said.

The original satirical, tongue-in-cheek song was written by Latin country musician Ned Sublette in 1981. Known as the “famous gay cowboy song”, Willie Nelson had, in fact, already covered it, way back in 2006, shortly after the film, Brokeback Mountain, came out. This was the first time ever a mainstream country singer had released an openly LGBTQIA+ song.

The Stampede Tour with Orville Peck and special guests, Durand Jones and Debbii Dawson. Live at Jacobs Pavilion at Nautica in Cleveland, Ohio on Friday, June 7th 2024. Get ya tickets now and get ready to RIDE!!!

Orville Peck at Jacobs Pavilion

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