Jeremy Fisher Announces Goodbye Blue Monday 10th Anniversary Tour

A lot can change in 10 years and nothing is more true for Jeremy Fisher.

Now an award-winning artist, sought-after producer and dad, it’s easy to forget that a decade ago this troubadour released his career-changing album, Goodbye Blue Monday. Home to one of Fisher’s top charting singles  “Cigarette,” Goodbye Blue Monday laid the foundation for his first of 3 JUNO Award nominations (New Artist of the Year, Adult Alternative Album of the Year (2)).

It also saw Jeremy work with Hawksley Workman, tour extensively throughout Canada, Australia and the USA, where he appeared twice on The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson.

In celebration of the album’s 2007 release, Fisher will release a limited vinyl re-mastered anniversary edition of the record.

“Goodbye Blue Monday is still a favourite at the merch table,” says Fisher, “and I’ve always wanted to offer it in the format I believe sounds best. We’ve remastered it for vinyl and it’s been amazing to hear the record again the way I remember hearing playback in the studio.”

Available for pre-order now at and in-store on October 20, fans of Goodbye Blue Monday will also be able to grab a copy at any of the anniversary tour dates announced today.

Joined by Hawksley Workman and Matt Ouimet on-stage each night, the 10th Anniversary Goodbye Blue Monday tour will kick off in St. Catharines on November 22 and wrap in Fisher’s hometown of Hamilton on December 3.
Tickets on sale Friday, September 29 at

November 22, 2017 – St Catharines, ON @ Warehouse
November 23, 2017 – Waterloo, ON @ Starlight
November 24, 2017 – Meaford, ON @ Irish Mountain Music
November 25, 2017 – Wakefield, QC @ Blacksheep Inn
November 28, 2017 – Peterborough, ON @ Market Hall
November 29, 2017 – Kingston, ON @ The Mansion
December 1, 2017 – Toronto, ON @ Rivoli
December 2, 2017 – London, ON @ London Music Club
December 3, 2017 – Hamilton, ON @ Catharine North Studios (live recording, limited seating)

Outside of touring, the fall of 2017 will see Fisher announce his next project, a collection of children’s songs inspired by his new role as a father.
Full details to follow later this year.