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Cat Power’s Fall Plans

05:01 PM Wednesday 8/8/12 | |

Things are looking pretty sunny for Cat Power fans. In addition to releasing her first album of original material in six years, she’s also set dates for a North American tour.

Due out Sept. 4 on Matador, Sun is described by the singer/songwriter as “a rebirth.” Cat Power, aka Chan Marshall performed and produced the album by herself. Sun was recorded over the past three years in a studio she built in Malibu, Calif., as well as Silver Lake, Calif.; Miami and Paris.  

Her most recent release of original tunes is 2006’s The Greatest. In 2008 Cat Power put out Jukebox, her second collection of cover songs.

  • Cat Power

    Lilith Fair, Merriweather Post Pavilion, Columbia, Md.
    August 3, 2010

    (James Hendershot)


Moon Pix was about extreme isolation and survival in the crazy struggle,” Cat Power said about her 1998 album. “Sun is don’t look back, pick up, and go confidentially into your own future, to personal power and fulfillment.”

The fall tour begins Oct. 11 in Miami and the last stop is Nov. 8 in Hollywood, Calif. Check out the schedule below.

Tickets for some shows are on sale now. Onsales for select dates begin Aug. 10.

Oct. 11 – Miami, Fla., Grand Central     
Oct. 13 – Mexico City, Mexico, Corona Capital Festival    
Oct. 19 – Montreal, Quebec, Metropolis     
Oct. 20 – Toronto, Ontario, Kool Haus     
Oct. 22 – Washington, D.C., 9:30 Club     
Oct. 23 – New York, N.Y., Hammerstein Ballroom     
Oct. 24 – Boston, Mass., House Of Blues Boston
Oct. 25 – Philadelphia, Pa., Electric Factory     
Oct. 27 – Royal Oak, Mich., Royal Oak Music Theatre     
Oct. 28 – Chicago, Ill., Riviera Theatre     
Nov. 2 – Vancouver, British Columbia, The Vogue Theatre     
Nov. 3 – Seattle, Wash., Showbox SoDo     
Nov. 4 – Portland, Ore., McMenamins Crystal Ballroom     
Nov. 6 – Oakland, Calif., Fox Theater     
Nov. 8 – Hollywood, Calif., Hollywood Palladium

For more information visit CatPowerMusic.com or MatadorRecords.com.


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