Conor Mullen Oberst is best known for his work in Bright Eyes. He also played in other bands such as Desaparecidos, Norman Bailer, Commander Venus, Arab Strap, Monsters of Folk, and others before starting his solo career in 2012.
Last October, the singer-songwriter Conor Oberst released his latest album Ruminations. Recorded in just 48 hours with nothing but his voice, piano, guitar and harmonica, this was one of his most honest and strongest record in years. Ruminations offered a final word on unspeakably rough times in his life and it was something incredible, performed entirely solo and released quietly. Four months later, on March 17th, Conor Oberst is back with a companion album called Salutations, which features all of those intimate songs from the previous record in full-band iteration alongside seven new tracks.
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Conor Oberst 2017 US Tour
In support of new album, Oberst will start his tour in his hometown of Omaha along with The Felice Brothers this March, and will have concerts all across North America where he will play in cities such as Memphis, Houston, Asheville, Atlanta, St. Louis, Oakland, Los Angeles, Austin, Louisville, and Brooklyn before coming to an end in Boston.