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Lindsey Buckingham Hits The Highway

12:01 PM Monday 6/13/11 | |

Singer, songwriter, Fleetwood Mac member and artist extraordinaire Lindsey Buckingham has a new album and tour coming your way this fall.

Buckingham’s sixth solo album, Seeds We Sow, comes out Sept. 6. Described as the artist’s first self-released effort, Buckingham wore several hats while prepping the disc, including producing and mixing the album as well as writing and performing the songs.

The 31-city tour begins three days after Seeds We Sow drops with Buckingham launching his tour with two nights at Reno’s Nugget Casino Sept. 9-10. Other stops include Boise’s Egyptian Theatre Sept. 12; Minneapolis at the Pantages Theatre Sept. 16; Milwaukee’s Pabst Theater Sept. 17; Chicago’s Vic Theatre Sept. 18; Philadelphia at the Keswick Theatre Sept. 22; Boston’s Wilbur Theatre Sept. 25; New York City at Town Hall Sept. 27; Atlanta’s Symphony Hall Oct. 7; Los Angeles at Royce Hall Oct. 13 and Seattle at Little Creek Casino Resort Oct. 23. Last stop on the schedule is Napa, Calif., at Uptown Theater Oct. 25.

Tickets go on sale beginning June 16. Visit LindseyBuckingham.com for more information.


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