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Paul Kelly’s Up From Down Under

12:01 PM Tuesday 4/9/13 | |

The Australian singer/songwriter returns to North America for a  run of nightclubs and theatres.  Beginning on the West Coast, the onetime leader of Messengers travels eastward for shows in Denver, Indianapolis, Cleveland, Pittsburgh and other fine locales.

Actually, Paul Kelly won’t be traveling a straight line east.  Instead, he kind of meanders around a bit at first, traveling as far east as Denver than reversing course to play Salt Lake City, San Francisco, Portland and Vancouver and British Columbia in a journey that’s sure to rack up the ol’ tour bus odometer.

Kelly’s latest U.S./Canada visit is in support of his 2012 album, Spring And Fall.  As with many facets of Kelly’s amazing 30-plus year career, the album has a story behind it. This time it’s a tale of Kelly along with his tour guitarist/nephew Dan Kelly and Australian producer/multi-instrumentalist J. Walker sequestering themselves in an isolated country hall in the remote area of South Gippsland in Victoria.  Enduring nasty winter weather including violent storms, floods, power failures and even earthquakes, the three soldiered on and created a compelling and intimate disc in which you can, at times, even hear the sounds of wind and rain in the background.

Arriving in mid-April, Kelly launches the adventure in Santa Barbara, Calif., and keeps on going until reaching Atlanta in June.  Here’s the routing:

April 20 – Santa Barbara, Calif., Lobero Theatre
April 21 – San Diego, Calif., House Of Blues
April 23 – Los Angeles, Calif., Largo
April 25 – Denver, Colo., The Walnut Room
April 26 – Salt Lake City, Utah, The State Room
April 28 – San Francisco, Calif., Brick & Mortar Music Hall
April 30 – Portland, Ore., Alberta Rose Theatre
May 1 – Vancouver, British Columbia, Rio Theatre
May 3 – Calgary, Alberta, Palomino Social Club
May 4 – Edmonton, Alberta, Brixx Bar & Grill
May 6 – Winnipeg, Manitoba, Windsor Hotel
May 8 – Madison, Wis., High Noon Saloon
May 10 – Indianapolis, Ind., Radio Radio
May 11 – Louisville, Ky., Zanzabar
May 15 – Cleveland, Ohio, Beachland Ballroom & Tavern
May 16 – Ferndale, Mich., The Magic Bag
May 17 – Toronto, Ontario, Drake Hotel / Underground
May 18 – Toronto, Ontario, Drake Hotel / Underground
May 21 – Cambridge, Mass., Club Passim
May 22 – Philadelphia, Tin Angel
May 24 – Northampton, Mass., Iron Horse Music Hall
May 25 – New York, N.Y., HighLine Ballroom
May 26 – Woodstock, N.Y., Colony Café
May 27 – Annapolis, Md., Rams Head On Stage
May 29 – Albany, N.Y., The Linda – WAMC’s Performing Arts Studio
May 31 – Pittsburgh, Calif., Club Café
June 2 – Nashville, Tenn., 3rd & Lindsley
June 3 – Birmingham, Ala., WorkPlay Theatre
June 4 – Atlanta, Ga., Eddie’s Attic

  • Paul Kelly

    The Australian singer/songwriter performing at the 400 Bar in Minneapolis.
    March 29, 2002

    (AP Photo)

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