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Melissa Ferrick Gets Busy

11:01 AM Wednesday 6/15/11 | |

Releasing her first studio album in five years, the classy singer/songwriter lays out some extensive roadwork detailing headlining dates as well as gigs with Ani DiFranco.

Still Right Here marks Melissa Ferrick’s first new studio release in half a decade. With one track featuring guest vocals from DiFranco while another showcases guitar playing by Kaki King, the album drops Sept. 13 on Mpress Records.

While the artist does have a few dates before the album’s release, such as a June 18 appearance in Bozeman, Mont., June 24 in New York City and Aug. 13 in Oceana County, Mich., at the Michigan Womyn’s Music Festival, the tour gets underway in early September with two nights in Providence, Mass., at the Art House Theatre Sept. 2-3.

Other dates include Cambridge, Mass., at Club Passim Sept. 6-7; Brooklyn’s Bell House Sept. 10; Philadelphia at World Café Live Sept. 11; Toronto at the Legendary Horseshoe Tavern Sept. 14; Nashville at Third & Lindsley Sept. 18 and Alexandria, Va., at the Birchmere Sept. 24.

Ferrick’s shows with DiFranco begin in Pittsfield, Mass., at the Colonial Theatre Nov. 9 and wrap up at New York City’s Town Hall Nov. 19. Stops in between include Boston’s Wilbur Theatre Nov. 10; Bethlehem, Pa., at Zoeller Art Center Nov. 15 and Brooklyn’s Music Hall Of Williamsburg Nov. 18.

Some shows are already on sale. Visit MelissaFerrick.com for more information.


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