“Her soft, clear voice remains the focal point, while her alt-country sound
recalls the Laurel Canyon days of The Flying Burrito Brothers.”

“Stevens’ soaring voice…hits notes with the ease of Dolly Parton.”

“Her voice is the stuff of country gold.”

“The 10-song Sinner runs the gamut from smoky barroom
shufflers…to searing story songs.”

“Stevens sets herself apart with her soft, clear voice and an aura
that hearkens back to the glory days of Laurel Canyon.”

LA-based singer-songwriter Leslie Stevens’ new album Sinner is out today via Thirty Tigers; stream/purchase the record HERE.

“I have always written songs to help me heal and to help me cry and laugh,” Stevens explains. “Many people don’t like tears; they are afraid of pain, they want to walk away…When after I play someone says ‘You are the most vulnerable,’ I consider it the biggest compliment. Still, it means cracking my heart open like an egg at every show.”

Stevens is hitting the road for a U.S. tour in support of the new record, including stops in New York City, Washington D.C., Philadelphia, Seattle, Portland and more. See below for a complete list of dates.

Sinner marks Stevens’ third full-length album, following The Donkey and the Rose and Roomful of Smoke, both of which led the Los Angeles Times to call her “one of the city’s best” while LA Weekly named her Best Country Singer of 2018. Sinner is produced by acclaimed artist Jonathan Wilson (Dawes, Father John Misty) and features drummer James Gadson (Paul McCartney, B.B. King), bassist Jake Blanton (The Killers), pianist Keefus Ciancia (Elton John, T Bone Burnett), organist Nate Walcott (Red Hot Chili Peppers, Bright Eyes) and guest vocals from Jenny O on the track “Sylvie.”

Stevens has recorded and toured with a wide variety of acclaimed musicians, including Florence + the Machine, My Morning Jacket’s Jim James, Father John Misty and Jenny O. Stevens also fronted folk-country band Leslie Stevens and the Badgers, and together the band released two LPs.


September 15
Duck Room at Blueberry Hill
St. Louis, MO
September 17
Evanston, IL
September 18
Minneapolis, MN
September 19
Back Room at Colectivo
Milwaukee, WI
September 20
Raccoon Motel
Davenport, IA
September 21
Rose Bowl
Champaign, IL
September 22
Ace of Cups
Columbus, OH
September 24
Mercury Lounge
New York, NY*
September 25
World Café Live Upstairs
Philadelphia, PA
September 26
Washington, DC
September 27
Cat’s Cradle Back Room
Carrboro, NC
September 28
The Earl
Atlanta, GA
October 5
Seattle, WA
October 6
Mississippi Studios
Portland, OR
*supporting Robbie Fulks