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Rachael Yamagata Plots Intimate Tour

11:01 AM Friday 8/10/12 | |

The acclaimed “troubadour of heartbreak” lines up four weeks of dates beginning in British Columbia in mid-November.

  • Rachael Yamagata

    Turner Hall Ballroom, Milwaukee, Wisc.
    November 10, 2011

    (Jennifer Bronenkant / ConcertLivewire.com)

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Traveling with strings and playing intimate venues, Rachael Yamagata will be touring in support of her 2011 release Chesapeake as well as showcasing “darker ballads” from her upcoming EP scheduled for a fall release.

Yamagata’s fall outing caps eight months of touring for the singer/songwriter. And, if that wasn’t enough, she also did a cameo performance in the film “Renee,” and saw Australia’s “The Voice” winner Karise Eden reach No. 1 with her song, “You Won’t Let Me.”

Here’s the routing:

Nov. 15 – Vancouver, British Columbia, Electric Owl
Nov. 16 – Seattle, Wash., Tractor Tavern
Nov. 17 – Portland, Ore., Doug Fir Lounge
Nov. 19 – San Francisco, Calif., The Independent
Nov. 20 – Los Angeles, Calif., El Rey Theatre
Nov. 21 – San Diego, Calif., Anthology
Nov. 23 – Salt Lake City, Utah, The State Room
Nov. 24 – Denver, Colo., Larimer Lounge
Nov. 26 – Minneapolis, Minn., Varsity Theater
Nov. 27 – Chicago, Ill., City Winery Chicago
Nov. 28 – Indianapolis, Ind., Radio Radio
Nov. 30 – Pittsburgh, Pa., Mr. Small's Theatre
Dec. 1 – Toronto, Ontario, Virgin Mobile Mod Club
Dec. 3 – Montreal, Quebec, La Sala Rossa
Dec. 4 – Boston, Mass., Paradise Rock Club
Dec. 5 – New York City, N.Y., Joe's Pub
Dec. 7 – Philadelphia, Pa., First Unitarian Church
Dec. 8 – Easton, Md., NightCat
Dec. 9 – Washington, D.C. U Street Music Hall
Dec. 10 – Chapel Hill, N.C. Local 506
Dec. 12 – Atlanta, Ga., Vinyl At Center Stage
Dec. 13 – Birmingham, Ala., BottleTree
Dec. 14 – Nashville, Tenn., 3rd & Lindsley

Some shows are already on sale. Los Angeles and Pittsburgh go on sale Aug. 11. Visit RachaelYamagata.com for more information.


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