Jesse Cooks Reaches Beyond Borders With New Release

JUNO Award-winning Canadian guitarist, composer, and producer Jesse Cook shares the first single of his upcoming album, Beyond Borders, set for release on September 15. The album is available for pre-order now, with an instant download of the first single, Double Dutch, and listeners can get a sneak peek at the album at the teaser video here. In anticipation of the new album’s release, Cook will be embarking on a wide-reaching Canadian and United States tour (details listed below). 


Following the critical and commercial success of his last album, One World, Jesse Cook is ready to launch his new album, Beyond Borders.  This is the most sonically diverse and distinctive disc in Cook’s vast and varied catalogue.  This catalogue has earned him 11 JUNO nominations and one JUNO win in the Best Instrumental Album category for 2000’s Free Fall.  Beyond Borders is an in depth musical journey exploring the exotic boundaries of world music.


There are many borders in our lives. Some are built by others, some we create for ourselves. Whenever I have ventured beyond the borders in my life, I have been the better for it,” says CookBeauty, humanity, artistry, joy, wisdom, and of course love…these things don’t stop at some line on a page. If music is the universal language, maybe there is something it can teach us?”


Jesse Cook - Press Photo - 2017


August 31 – Cancun Jazz Fest – Riviera Maya, Mexico

September 22 – Infinity Hall – Hartford, CT

September 23 – Society for Ethical Culture – New York, NY

September 24 – Cary Memorial Hall – Lexington, MA

September 26 – Rams Head On Stage – Annapolis, MD

September 27 – The Birchmere – Alexandria, VA

September 28 – Keswick Theatre – Glenside, PA

September 29 – A.J. Fletcher Opera Theater – Raleigh, NC

September 30 – McGlohon Theater – Charlotte, NC

October 1 – Buckhead Theatre – Atlanta, GA

October 3 – Florida Theatre – Jacksonville, FL

October 4 – King Center for the Performing Arts – Melbourne, FL

October 6 – Parker Playhouse – Ft. Lauderdale, FL

October 7 – Capitol Theatre – Clearwater, FL

October 25 – Royal Theatre – Victoria, BC

October 26 – Queen Elizabeth Theatre – Vancouver, BC

October 27 – Cleland Community Theatre – Penticton, BC

October 29 – Southern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium – Calgary, AB

October 30 – Northern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium – Edmonton, AB

November 3 – Burton Cummings Theatre for the Performing Arts – Winnipeg, MB

November 5 – Thunder Bay Community Auditorium – Thunder Bay, ON

November 14 – National Arts Centre – Ottawa, ON

November 15 – Centre in the Square – Kitchener, ON

November 16 – Massey Hall – Toronto, ON

November 17 – FirstOntario Performing Arts Centre – St. Catharines, ON

November 20 – Grand Theatre Du Quebec – Quebec City, QC

November 21 – Salle Maurice O’Bready – Sherbrooke, QC

November 23 – The Playhouse – Fredericton, NB

November 24 – Rebecca Cohn Auditorium – Halifax, NS

November 25 – Capitol Theatre – Moncton, NB

February 14 – Craterian Theater – Medford, OR

February 23 – Lewis Family Playhouse – Rancho Cucamonga, CA

February 24 – California Center for the Arts – Escondido, CA

February 24 – Virginia G. Piper Theater – Scottsdale, AZ

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