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Richard Thompson Books Solo Acoustic Tour

02:01 PM Friday 12/6/13 |   |

Richard Thompson is giving his “Electric” album an acoustic spin. The British singer/songwriter/guitarist is touring his latest LP “solo” – except for the accompaniment of his son Teddy as a special guest on many of the dates.

This is the part where we are supposed to explain who Thompson is. Oh puh-lease!

Thompson, who received a nomination for Artist of the Year by the Americana Music Awards, released Electric earlier this year. The album features his band The Electric Trio, which is made up of the folk rock artist along with bassist Taras Prodaniuk and drummer Michael Jerome.

He previously announced a few dates performing with The Electric Trio – namely on the Sandy Beaches Cruise that sets sail Jan. 19, plus a couple Florida shows after that.

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Before the solo acoustic tour officially kicks off Feb. 19 in St. Louis, Thompson has three solo acoustic gigs in Saratoga, Calif., at the Montalvo Center Jan. 10-12 as well as a Jan. 18 appearance at the 30A Songwriters Festival in Santa Rosa Beach, Fla.   

Here are the solo acoustic gigs announced this week:

Feb. 19 – St. Louis, Mo., The Pageant        
Feb. 21 – Des Moines, Iowa, Hoyt Sherman Place
Feb. 22 – Madison, Wis., Barrymore Theatre
Feb. 24 – Chicago, Ill., City Winery
Feb. 25 – Chicago, Ill.,  City Winery
Feb. 26 – Chicago, Ill., City Winery
Feb. 28 – Kent, Ohio, The Kent Stage
March 1 – Pittsburgh, Pa., Byham Theater
March 3 – Ann Arbor, Mich., The Ark
March 6 – Toronto, Ontario, Koerner Hall
March 7 – Buffalo, N.Y., Asbury Hall At Babeville
March 8 – Ithaca, N.Y., Hangar Theatre
March 9 – Middlebury, Vt., Town Hall Theater
March 11 – Brownfield, Maine, Stone Mountain Arts Center
March 13 – Old Saybrook, Conn., Katharine Hepburn Cultural Arts Center
March 14 – Tarrytown, N.Y., The Tarrytown Music Hall
March 15 – South Orange, N.J., South Orange Performing Arts Center

Tickets are on sale now.

For more information, please visit his record company website, his own website, or his Facebook page.
 
 


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