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Brett Dennen Offers Hope

03:01 PM Tuesday 11/11/08 | |

Singer/songwriter Brett Dennen will head out early next year for a headlining trek in support of his latest, Hope for the Hopeless.

The six-week runs kicks off Jan. 16 at The Social in Orlando, Fla., with dozens of clubs and theatres on the schedule through early April.

Notable stops include The Culture Room in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. (Jan. 17), La Zona Rosa in Austin (Jan. 23), Exit/In in Nashville (Jan. 29), Orange Peel in Asheville, N.C. (Feb. 3), World Café Live in Philadelphia (Feb. 10), Paradise Rock Club in Boston (Feb. 14), Varsity Theatre in Minneapolis (Feb. 23), The Music Mill in Indianapolis (Feb. 27), The Plaza in Vancouver (March 12), The Fillmore in San Francisco (March 21-22), House of Blues in San Diego (March 27) and Belly Up Aspen in Colorado (April 1).

Erin McCarley will handle support in January, with a yet-to-be-named artist taking over February/early March dates and Aussie brother/sister act Angus & Julia Stone stepping in for the bulk of the remaining shows.

Details on ticket sales, which begin Nov. 22, are available at at BrettDennen.net.

Dennen is scheduled to make a Nov. 15 appearance on "Good Morning America Weekend," where he'll perform "Make You Crazy," the lead single from Hopeless.

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