A decade ago during the winter of 2005, Matisyahu – then an up-and-coming rapper and reggae singer – played an incendiary set at Stubb's in Austin, Texas. While the artist born Matthew Miller had started to make a name for himself as a Hasidic Jew in a surprising genre, it was that one singular performance that helped launch him into the mainstream.

Live at Stubb's – released six months later – debuted at No. 5 on Billboard's Reggae chart and went on to be certified gold on the strength of Matisyahu's performances of songs like "King Without a Crown" and "Warrior." The live album paved the way for a steady stream of well-received releases from Matisyahu, who has become just as much of an important cultural figure as he is a beloved musician. He recently made headlines when he played an intimate acoustic show at the last remaining Synagogue outside of the former Auschwitz concentration camp in Poland.

In 2011, Matisyahu released a second live album from Stubb's and now, 10 years after the original, Matisyahu is set to release Live at Stubb's Vol. III – an album that features stripped down and reworked versions of fan favorites from that show. Diffuser is proud to present the video for "Warrior" from the new album – which features footage from a few different performances. "This video was filmed at City Winery Chicago with friends Rob Marcher, Aaron Dugan, Tim Kyper, and Jen Hartswick," Matisyahu told us. "The additional footage is from rehearsal for the tour in Brooklyn and another gig in Long Island earlier this year."

Live at Stubb's Vol. III will be released Oct. 2.

Matisyahu will also be touring in support of the album shortly after its release. During each stripped down performance, he and his band will present the music that launched his career in a personal fashion with collaborators from his early touring days.

Matisyahu Tour Dates
10/15    Telluride, CO @ Club Red
10/16    Denver, CO @ Paramount Theatre
10/18    Denver, CO @ Rock N Roll Marathon at Civic Center Park
10/18    Boulder, CO @ Fox Theatre
10/20    Aspen, CO @ Belly Up
10/22    Wichita, KS @ The Cotillion
10/23    St. Louis, MO @ Sheldon Concert Hall
10/24    Minneapolis, MN @ Pantages Theatre
10/26    Madison, WI @ Majestic Theatre
10/27    Milwaukee, WI @ The Pabst Theater
10/28    Des Moines, IA @ Hoyt Sherman Place Theater
10/29    Skokie, IL @ North Shore Center for the Performing Arts
10/30    Cincinnati, OH @ Live at the Ludlow Garage
10/31    Iowa City, IA @ The Englert Theatre
11/4       Arcata, CA @ Van Duzer Theatre
11/5       Sacramento, CA @ Crest Theatre
11/6       San Francisco, CA @ Herbst Theatre
11/10    San Luis Obispo, CA @ Fremont Theatre
11/11    Rohnert Park, CA @ Green Music Center
12/3       Montreal, QC @ Olympia de Montreal
12/4       Ithaca, NY @ State Theatre
12/5       Providence, RI @ Veterans Memorial Theater
12/6       Concord, NH @ Capitol Center for the Arts
12/8       New Brunswick, NJ @ State Theatre
12/9       North Bethesda, MD @ Music Center at Strathmore
12/10    Baltimore, MD @ Rams Head Live
12/12    Wilmington, DE @ The Grand Opera House
12/13    Durham, NC @ Carolina Theatre
12/15    Atlanta, GA @ Variety Playhouse
12/16    Orlando, FL @ The Plaza Live
12/17    Tampa, FL @ Straz Center
12/18    Ponte Vedra Beach, FL @ Ponte Vedra Concert Hall
12/19    Ponte Vedra Beach, FL @ Ponte Vedra Concert Hall
12/20    Melbourne, FL @ King Center for the Performing Arts
12/29    Miami, FL @ Arsht Center
12/30    West Palm Beach, FL @ Kravis Center