Tuk Smith & The Restless Hearts- Debut Single “What Kinda Love”

Tuk Smith & The Restless Hearts Debut Single “What Kinda Love”

If rock is dead, someone forgot to tell Tuk Smith. He flies the flag for the genre in the same way as today’s rock idols have.  It’s only fitting he open for some of them – Mötley Crüe, Def Leppard and Joan Jett will introduce Tuk Smith &The Restless Hearts via their upcoming stadium tour. 
After cutting his teeth, among many other things, for nine years as the frontman for the Atlanta rock band BitersTuk’s solo debut sees him further expanding the reaches of his musical vision into an album that unifies multiple musical styles. Tuk’s debut album, Lookin’ for Love, Ready for War, showcases the versatility of his songwriting. From instantly infectious anthems to intricately arranged rockers and  Americana-tinged ballads- the album favors dedication over debauchery. 
Tuk produced and wrote the video, of which he explains “I think when people first hear the song they might not get its meaning right away. I wanted to create a narrative in the video that helped complement the lyrics. Having full creative vision as an artist is as rewarding as it is daunting. If something doesn’t pan out right, there is no one to blame but yourself, but it’s the best feeling when your vision becomes reality. I had so many close friends and family act, be extras, and work on videos with me. I’m so lucky to have such a pool of talent and characters to pull from.” 

Tickets go on sale to the general public tomorrow, January 17th, for what is known as the biggest concert event of 2020 which Tuk Smith & The Restless Hearts have the honor of opening.


Mötley Crüe, Def Leppard, Joan Jett, Poison  – introducing Tuk Smith & The Restless Hearts 

Sunday, June 21                     SAN ANTONIO, TX      Alamodome 
Tuesday, June 23                    KANSAS CITY, MO     Kauffman Stadium 
Thursday, June 25                   ST. LOUIS, MO                       Busch Stadium 
Saturday, June 27                   MINNEAPOLIS, MN     U.S. Bank Stadium 
Monday, June 29                     NASHVILLE, TN          Nissan Stadium 
Thursday, July 2                      CINCINNATI, OH          Great American Ballpark* 
Friday, July 3                           CLEVELAND, OH         FirstEnergy Stadium 
Tuesday, July 7                       MIAMI, FL                    Hard Rock Stadium 
Thursday, July 9                      ORLANDO, FL             Camping World Stadium 
Saturday, July 11                     CHARLOTTE, NC        Bank of America Stadium 
Tuesday, July 14                     ARLINGTON, TX         Globe Life Field 
Wednesday, July 15                 HOUSTON, TX                        Minute Maid Park 
Sunday, July 19                       SAN FRANCISCO, CA  Oracle Park 
Thursday, July 23                    SAN DIEGO, CA          Petco Park        
Saturday, July 25                     PHOENIX, AZ              State Farm Stadium 
Sunday, August 9                    ATLANTA, GA             SunTrust Park 
Tuesday, August 11                 HERSHEY, PA             Hersheypark Stadium 
Thursday, August 13                BUFFALO, NY              New Era Field 
Saturday, August 15                PHILADELPHIA, PA     Citizens Bank Park 
Sunday, August 16                  PITTSBURGH, PA       PNC Park 
Tuesday, August 18                 MILWAUKEE, WI         Miller Park 
Thursday, August 20                DETROIT, MI               Comerica Park 
Saturday, August 22                WASHINGTON DC       Nationals Park 
Sunday, August 23                  FLUSHING, NY                        Citi Field 
Tuesday, August 25                 BOSTON, MA              Fenway Park 
Friday, August 28                     CHICAGO, IL               Wrigley Field 
Sunday, August 30                  DENVER, CO               Coors Field 
Wednesday, September 2        SEATTLE, WA             T-Mobile Park 
Saturday, September 5             LOS ANGELES, CA     SoFi Stadium 



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