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Lee MacDougall To Play ‘All The Right Places’

11:01 AM Thursday 7/14/11 | |

2011 is shaping up to be a very good year for Brit singer/songwriter/guitarist Lee MacDougall. The artist-on-the-rise will launch his second U.S. tour in August and will have a new self-produced CD to go with it.

MacDougall isn’t one of those artists that’s mentioned constantly on “Entertainment Tonight” nor are his offstage antics the subject of countless tabloid reports and TMZ exclusives. Instead, he’s a reminder that hard work, determination and passion for music are still viable commodities in the glitz-filled, Twitter-centric new millennium.

Pollstar first mentioned MacDougall in a February posting that quickly filled with comments from fans praising his performances. At that time, MacDougall had just released a self-produced effort called If Walls Could Talk and was about to embark on his first U.S. tour which included a stop at SXSW in Austin. Later in the year, he opened for Bon Jovi at London’s Hyde Park Calling festival – a pretty nifty accomplishment for someone whose career up to this point has been a textbook case of do it yourself.

MacDougall’s “All The Right Places” U.S. tour starts and ends at New York City’s Bitter End with the journey launching Aug. 4 at the famed venue and wrapping Oct. 1. The two-month routing sandwiched in between the bookend dates includes shows at Philadelphia’s World Café Live Aug. 5; Nashville’s 3rd & Lindsley Aug. 13; Louisville, Ky.,, at Uncle Slayton’s Aug. 19; St. Louis at Cicero’s Aug. 20; Houston’s Continental Club Aug. 24; San Diego at Humphrey’s Concerts By The Bay Sept. 7; Hollywood’s Hotel Café Sept. 8; San Francisco at The Elbo Room Sept. 12; Chicago’s Double Door Sept. 27; and Burlington, Vt., at Radio Bean Sept. 27.

The U.S. tour comes with a new CD, For A Few Tales More. and includes a couple of songs that have already become concert favorites – “Smile” and “Hindsight.”

Following the U.S. tour, MacDougall heads to Germany and Italy as well as his native U.K. where he’ll open for Rumer. For more information, click here for the official website and here for MacDougall’s Facebook page.


Comments

  1. gridironmom93 wrote:

    11:23 PM, Aug 03, 2011

    Very well put. I was asked by a friend to discribe his music and what came to my mind was a 2011 version of James Taylor. He is vastly talented with the guitar and his songwritting is aways a journey through a story that people can conect with on some level. I can't wait to see him in Seattle!

  2. KristinaLWJ wrote:

    06:04 PM, Jul 17, 2011

    Was a fan before I saw him live in Dallas on his last tour but after seeing him perform I had to see him again and went to the next show as well. He is so endearing as a person and engaging as an artist and I can't wait for this next tour!

  3. PeggerPegger wrote:

    02:34 PM, Jul 17, 2011

    Really nice article! I attended the first Houston show and plan to attend his next show here in August. Lee's music is from his heart and soul. I met him on FB and first listened to his demo music posted there. I was so impressed that I had to write him. I told him then that I would see him in Houston! Lee recognized me and called me by my name when I walked up to purchase his CD. He gladly autographed my poster & CD and we talked for several minutes.  So friendly, talented and quite the gentleman as well. You will truly enjoy his show. Please purchase tickets in advance of the event to show your support and  to please his manager! ( tickets are generally available at the door, too) Don't miss your opportunity to spend an evening with Lee MacDougall and the guys. Oodles of fun will be had by all <3<3<3! See you in Houston and perhaps Austin. too!  :-)

  4. BethB wrote:

    01:15 PM, Jul 15, 2011

    Thanks for the article. I was fortunate enough to see him twice on his first tour and will be seeing him three times this time around. I hope everyone gets to see him at a show--he's fantastic! So excited!

  5. ricksltlsister wrote:

    12:29 PM, Jul 15, 2011

    Thank you for the great article!  Lee is an extraordinary artist who can take the saddest story and weave it into an upbeat song you can't help smiling about.  Artists of Lee's talent are certainly rare in the music business today.  There's a nostalgic feel about Lee's music which makes me feel like I've just found a long lost friend.  I am impatiently waiting for his latest US tour, I look forward to attending as many shows as possible.  

  6. Shemarrs wrote:

    09:29 AM, Jul 15, 2011

    I had the good fortune of seeing Lee MacDougall Live the last time he toured and he is the real deal. Lee's music takes you on a journey he is a true songwriter. I truly enjoyed his live show he has that British charm that is quite unmistakable. I'm looking very forward to his return to the states and I will be first in line to his Southern California shows.  Thank you for the article, more people need to hear Lee's music.

  7. Reb78 wrote:

    04:37 AM, Jul 15, 2011

    Awesome article. Lee is one talented musician and song writer. He has a growing fan base in Australia and we can't wait to get him here for a tour! Catch one of his shows if you can and make us all jealous!!

  8. Shannon in PA wrote:

    05:56 PM, Jul 14, 2011

    Excellent reading! I saw his 1st show in NYC in Feb and Lee doesn't disappoint the crowd! Hoping to see him again. If you get a chance, please see a show near you!

  9. Jen from TN wrote:

    04:14 PM, Jul 14, 2011

    After being lucky enough to stumble my way into his first tour, you bet your *** that I'll be at his next tour, on more stops than one! Thanks for such a wonderful article. This boy is going places. Watch out America. The british are coming....and it starts with LEE.

  10. Anne Boleyn wrote:

    03:55 PM, Jul 14, 2011

    Very well written!! Looking forward to seeing Lee on the westcoast.  If he's not made a name for himself after this tour I think Americans need to get their ears checked :)

  11. Sitatara wrote:

    12:51 PM, Jul 14, 2011

    Great article!  I agree that hardwork and determination will take an artist a long way.  Can't wait for the tour - I've already bought my ticket to the Nashville show.

  12. Maria in CT wrote:

    12:01 PM, Jul 14, 2011

    Excellent article!  Can't wait to see Lee again in NYC 3 weeks from today.  He is simply amazing.  Super talented, super nice, charming young man.  Be sure to check him out in a town near you! ~ Maria



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