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JM Stevens Tickets, Tour Dates and Concerts
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JM Stevens
19 days ago
My new album comes out April 12 and I'll be hitting the pavement supporting it and spreading the jams! I'm very proud of this record and I can't wait for folks to put earmore
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Thomas
October 7th 2023
Nothing beats seeing JM Stevens play live! Probably one of the best Americana singer-songwriters out there. He plays songs that sound like they could have been written anytime during the past, while still sounding fresh, original, and modern. Put a great outdoor venue in the mix, on a nice Fall evening and you have the perfect concert experience.
Alexandria, LA@
Spirits Food & Friends
Thomas
October 2nd 2023
You can't beat agreat outdoor venue, and one of the best songer-songwriters on the Austin scene today. JM STEVENS delivers heartfelt songs, that sound like classics that could have been on FM radio anytime during the last several decades.
Alexandria, LA@
Spirits Food & Friends
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About JM Stevens

Hailing from Austin, Texas by way of West Point, Mississippi, critically acclaimed Americana and roots-rock/pop singer, songwriter, and producer, JM Stevens returns three years after his well-received solo debut, Invisible Lines. Releasing in April 2024, the 10-song Nowhere to Land is an overall mellower, more vulnerable record than its predecessor, though still speckled with some up-tempo rockers. It’s a thoughtful album further set apart by Stevens’ nuanced songcraft, intimate vocals, and organic production.

DittyTV praised Stevens as, “In that sweet spot of pop-rock represented by guys like Bruce Springsteen, Jackson Browne, John Cafferty, Tom Petty, [and] Don Henley,” while The Big Takeover noted how his “Supremely tasteful arrangements keep excess far at bay.”

From contemplative, optimistic opener “Dry Creek” and the more jaunty but no less questioning title track, it’s a record that preserves the raw emotions of Stevens’ songcraft through admirably restrained production. “I wanted to keep it real open,” he said. “And it sometimes sounds bigger that way, because there’s more space to sink into, more room to breathe.”

Pangs of love, loss and loneliness punctuate Nowhere to Land’s bouts of doubt, jealousy, and recurring hope. Songs search for that old spark as lovers grow apart but often, tempered by empathy, resolve into acceptance and letting go. “After the Storm” came to Stevens almost fully formed while out running in the wake of Texas’ infamous 2021 ice storm, while fellow standout “Cherry Sunburst” takes doing whatever it took to acquire a coveted guitar as a metaphor for losing our senses in all manner of other situations.

Catch Stevens on tour in 2024 supporting Nowhere to Land.

"Recalls records from the Jayhawks, Drive-By Truckers, and Uncle Tupelo, blending acoustic, electric, and pedal steel guitars around smooth, upper tenor vocals." - Brian Standefer, Texas Monthly

“Supremely tasteful arrangements keep excess far at bay…Stevens modestly but confidently knocks Invisible Lines out the the park.” - Michael Toland, The Big Takeover

“The majority of these songs sound as if they’ve been lingering in the ethos forever, uncannily familiar yet edgy enough to catch immediate attention and resonate well beyond.” - Lee Zimmerman, Goldmine

“Stevens hits a stride riding solo that mellows the Towers' raucous sound while maintaining the heavy hooks.” - Doug Freeman, Austin Chronicle
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Genres:
Alternative Country, Rock, Rock And Roll, Roots Rock, Americana, Country, Folk, Folk Rock, Heartland Rock, Pop
Hometown:
Austin, Texas

Contribute
Help JM Stevens keep making the music you love.
Support

Concerts and tour dates

Upcoming
Past
Concerts Near You

Latest Posts

JM Stevens
19 days ago
My new album comes out April 12 and I'll be hitting the pavement supporting it and spreading the jams! I'm very proud of this record and I can't wait for folks to put earmore
View More Posts

Live Photos of JM Stevens

View All Photos
JM Stevens's tour

Bandsintown Merch

Circle Hat
$25.0 USD
Live Collage Sweatshirt
$45.0 USD
Rainbow T-Shirt
$30.0 USD
Circle Beanie
$20.0 USD

Fan Reviews

Thomas
October 7th 2023
Nothing beats seeing JM Stevens play live! Probably one of the best Americana singer-songwriters out there. He plays songs that sound like they could have been written anytime during the past, while still sounding fresh, original, and modern. Put a great outdoor venue in the mix, on a nice Fall evening and you have the perfect concert experience.
Alexandria, LA@
Spirits Food & Friends
Thomas
October 2nd 2023
You can't beat agreat outdoor venue, and one of the best songer-songwriters on the Austin scene today. JM STEVENS delivers heartfelt songs, that sound like classics that could have been on FM radio anytime during the last several decades.
Alexandria, LA@
Spirits Food & Friends

About JM Stevens

Hailing from Austin, Texas by way of West Point, Mississippi, critically acclaimed Americana and roots-rock/pop singer, songwriter, and producer, JM Stevens returns three years after his well-received solo debut, Invisible Lines. Releasing in April 2024, the 10-song Nowhere to Land is an overall mellower, more vulnerable record than its predecessor, though still speckled with some up-tempo rockers. It’s a thoughtful album further set apart by Stevens’ nuanced songcraft, intimate vocals, and organic production.

DittyTV praised Stevens as, “In that sweet spot of pop-rock represented by guys like Bruce Springsteen, Jackson Browne, John Cafferty, Tom Petty, [and] Don Henley,” while The Big Takeover noted how his “Supremely tasteful arrangements keep excess far at bay.”

From contemplative, optimistic opener “Dry Creek” and the more jaunty but no less questioning title track, it’s a record that preserves the raw emotions of Stevens’ songcraft through admirably restrained production. “I wanted to keep it real open,” he said. “And it sometimes sounds bigger that way, because there’s more space to sink into, more room to breathe.”

Pangs of love, loss and loneliness punctuate Nowhere to Land’s bouts of doubt, jealousy, and recurring hope. Songs search for that old spark as lovers grow apart but often, tempered by empathy, resolve into acceptance and letting go. “After the Storm” came to Stevens almost fully formed while out running in the wake of Texas’ infamous 2021 ice storm, while fellow standout “Cherry Sunburst” takes doing whatever it took to acquire a coveted guitar as a metaphor for losing our senses in all manner of other situations.

Catch Stevens on tour in 2024 supporting Nowhere to Land.

"Recalls records from the Jayhawks, Drive-By Truckers, and Uncle Tupelo, blending acoustic, electric, and pedal steel guitars around smooth, upper tenor vocals." - Brian Standefer, Texas Monthly

“Supremely tasteful arrangements keep excess far at bay…Stevens modestly but confidently knocks Invisible Lines out the the park.” - Michael Toland, The Big Takeover

“The majority of these songs sound as if they’ve been lingering in the ethos forever, uncannily familiar yet edgy enough to catch immediate attention and resonate well beyond.” - Lee Zimmerman, Goldmine

“Stevens hits a stride riding solo that mellows the Towers' raucous sound while maintaining the heavy hooks.” - Doug Freeman, Austin Chronicle
Show More
Genres:
Alternative Country, Rock, Rock And Roll, Roots Rock, Americana, Country, Folk, Folk Rock, Heartland Rock, Pop
Hometown:
Austin, Texas

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