JVCK JAMES Acoustic Version Of Fall Free And Tour Dates

Thanks to the new Rennesaince in R&B, some truly unique and exceptional artists have emerged. Performers such as H.E.R, Daniel Caesar, Lucky Daye, Puma Blue, Eryka Badu and Leah Jenea have started to bring artistry back to this genre. True vocalists, these artists have a smooth way of delivering deep, complex and real songs that cut way beyond the surface. One of these game-changers is the talented young vocalist JVCK JAMES.

Earlier today JVCK JAMES released a new live video acoustic version of Fall Free making up the first of his new Vibeout Soundcheck series. The performance takes place on a stripped set with just the artist and his band. This minimalist production just once again proves that JVCK JAMES is a talented young vocalist that needs no gimmick or distractions to make you take note. It’s about the music and the message alone. Nothing less, nothing more.

His soulful lyrics and velvet deliverance has ensured a solid fan base that is growing exponentially around the globe. But his popularity isn’t just rising with the general public. He has been capturing the attention of some serious artists such as Grammy winner Ella Mai as well as Brits Critics Choice winner Mahalia. So much so that she has invited JVCK JAMES to the US where he will join Mahalia on her fledgeling North American headline tour starting in Detroit on September 22nd and ending in Boston on October 23rd.

This young artist is of one the genre’s biggest rising stars and is most certainly a must-see. With new music expected soon, we and many others are excited to see what JVCK JAMES has for us in the future.


Sep 22 – Shelter, Detroit, MI (supporting Mahalia)
Sep 23 – Lincoln Hall, Chicago, IL (supporting Mahalia)
Sep 24 – 7th Street Entry, Minneapolis, MN (supporting Mahalia)
Sep 27 – Biltmore Cabaret, Vancouver, BC (supporting Mahalia)
Sep 28 – The Crocodile, Seattle, WA (supporting Mahalia)
Sep 29 – Hawthorne Theatre, Portland, OR (supporting Mahalia)
Oct 1 – Great American Music Hall, San Francisco, CA (supporting Mahalia)
Oct 2 – The Catalyst Atrium, Santa Cruz, CA (supporting Mahalia)
Oct 3 – El Rey Theatre, Los Angeles, CA (supporting Mahalia)
Oct 5 – Constellation Room, Santa Ana, CA (supporting Mahalia)
Oct 6 – Valley Bar, Phoenix, AZ (supporting Mahalia)
Oct 9 – House of Blues, Dallas, TX (supporting Mahalia)
Oct 12 – The Parish, New Orleans, LA (supporting Mahalia)
Oct 15 – Union Stage, Washington, D.C. (supporting Mahalia)
Oct 16 – Foundry At The Filmore, Philadelphia, PA (supporting Mahalia)
Oct 18 – Music Hall of Williamsburg, Brooklyn NY (supporting Mahalia)
Oct 20 – Le Belmont, Montreal QC (supporting Mahalia)
Oct 21 – Mod Club, Toronto, ON (supporting Mahalia)
Oct 23 – The Sinclair, Boston, MA (supporting Mahalia)
Nov 5 – YES (The Basement), Manchester, UK
Nov 6 – Omeara, London, UK
Nov 11 – Paradiso Upstairs, Amsterdam, Holland
Nov 12 – Les Etoiles, Paris, France
Nov 13 – Botanique/Witloofbar, Brussels, Belgium
Nov 15 – Tumzimmer, Hamburg, Germany
Nov 16 – Studio 672, Cologne, Germany
Nov 18 – Schraglage, Stuttgart, Germany
Nov 19 – Jaeger, Oslo, Norway
Nov 20 – Nalen Klubb, Stockholm, Sweden

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Daniel Norgaard

Arts & Culture Editor

Originally from Denmark, Daniel Nørgaard serves as the Arts & Culture Editor at Salon Prive Magazine. He and his team covers the latest news from the world of Arts, Music, Theater and Literature from around the world.

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