As the world’s wacky winter weather continues, Atlanta-born and now Nashville-based singer-songwriter Katie Pruitt has delivered a soulful and blues-infused original Holiday single titled “Merry Christmas, Mary Jane.” The song is exceptional (check out the video below), and it’s about damn time we got a “new classic” to include in our Holiday music rotation.

Commenting on the track, Pruitt notes, “I wrote ‘Merry Christmas, Mary Jane’ on Christmas Eve at my parents’ house when I was home from college. I was feeling pretty lonely, a lot of my friends had moved away and I was fighting with my parents. I really just wanted to smoke some weed. I couldn’t find any, so I just wrote a song about it instead.”

In other joyous news, Pruitt also recently confirmed a February 21st release of her upcoming debut album, Expectations, via Rounder Records. The ten-track Nashville-recorded album was co-produced by Pruitt and her close friend, Mike Robinson. The lead single and title track was released earlier this year and followed up “Loving Her” and “Out Of The Blue.” Promoting Expectations, Pruitt is set to trek around the U.S. in early 2020.


 
Upcoming Tour Dates:

December 11 — Aspen, CO—Belly Up Aspen†
December 13 — Boulder, CO—Boulder Theatre†
December 14 — Boulder, CO—Boulder Theatre†
December 15 — Breckenridge, CO—Riverwalk Center†
January 1 — Nashville, TN—City Winery
February 21 — Nashville, TN—The Basement
March 20 — Dallas, TX—Ruins
March 21 — Houston, TX—White Oak Upstairs
March 24 — Phoenix, AZ—Valley Bar
March 26 — Los Angeles, CA—The Hotel Café
March 28 — Santa Ana, CA—Constellation Room
March 29 — San Francisco, CA—Café Du Nord
March 31 — Portland, OR—Bunk Bar
April 1 — Seattle, WA—Sunset Tavern
April 3 — Salt Lake City, UT—Kilby Court
April 5 — Denver, CO—Globe Hall
April 7 — Minneapolis, MN—Turf Club
April 8 — Kansas City, MO—Riot Room
April 9 — St. Louis, MO—Blueberry Hill
April 10 — Evanston, IL—SPACE
April 11 — Indianapolis, IN—Hi-Fi
April 13 — Toronto, ON—Drake Hotel
April 15 — New York, NY—Mercury Lounge
April 16 — Uncasville, CT—Wolf Den at Mohegan Sun
April 17 — Boston, MA—Café 939
April 18 — Philadelphia, PA—MilkBoy
April 20 — Washington, DC—DC9
April 21 — Carrboro, NC—Cat’s Cradle Back Room
April 22 — Atlanta, GA—Eddie’s Attic
April 24 — Louisville, KY—Zanzabar

*with Langhorne Slim and The Lost at Last Band
†The Wood Brothers

Artwork for ‘Expectations’ by Katie Pruitt

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