Acclaimed singer, songwriter and musician Orville Peck makes his late-night television debut tomorrow night on “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” The performance comes as part of Apple Music’s “Up Next” program, which recently selected Peck as their featured artist for January.
This honor continues a breakout year for Peck following the release of his debut album, Pony, (SubPop Records). In celebration of the album, Peck will continue his extensive U.S. tour this spring which includes a performance at Bonnaroo Arts & Music Festival in Manchester, TN on June 14th. Peck will also perform at both Coachella and Stagecoach festivals this spring, one of the select few artists performing at both events. Tickets for newly confirmed shows go on sale to the general public this Friday, January 31 at 10 a.m. local time via https://www.orvillepeck.com/tour.
Adding to his landmark year, Peck was recently the first country artist to be on the cover of GQ Style, plus he was featured on the cover of the inaugural issue of the Harper’s Bazaar Men’s issue alongside Travis Scott and J. Balvin, curated by Dior Homme, and Peck also performed at the Dior Homme Men’s Fall 2020 launch last month at Art Basel.
Since the release of Pony, the enigmatic country star has garnered widespread attention across the world as well as extensive critical acclaim from NPR’s “Morning Edition,” NPR Music, The New Yorker, Rolling Stone, Vogue, The Guardian, The Fader, the Los Angeles Times and many more. Continuing his landmark year, Peck recently collaborated with jewelry designer Pamela Love for a special limited edition “Orville Peck” ring.
Pony continues to receive extensive critical acclaim:
“This collection of shoegaze-tinged melodies paired with classic American-country vocals captures Peck’s admiration of country greats like Dolly Parton and Johnny Cash, with a hint of ‘80s glam and grunge.” - PAPER
“Pony makes for a compelling introduction to this self-anointed country star.” - Billboard
“You can hear Peck’s fascination with the past all over Pony…in addition to [Johnny] Cash, the carefully arranged music—built around his dramatic vocals that can sweep from a burly growl to a ghostly croon—echoes the doomed romance of Roy Orbison and Chris Isaak.” - LA Times
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