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    Nataly Dawn Announces North American Spring Headline Tour

    Nataly Dawn has announced a number of headlining US tour dates this spring featuring music from her album How I Knew Her, released on Nonesuch Records last week. The three-week, 14-city tour kicks off with a performance at The Walnut Room in Denver, Colorado, on March 18, and includes two nights each in New York City and Chicago and stops in Minneapolis, Madison, Toronto, Philadelphia, Arlington, Charlottesville, Durham, Atlanta, Nashville, Fort Worth, and Austin. In fact, just before the tour's launch, Dawn will be in Austin to perform at the SXSW music conference.

    In advance of the release of How I Knew Her, Dawn toured the West Coast, including several dates supporting Ben Folds Five and one opening for Clint Black. Joining Dawn for her upcoming headlining tour is singer/songwriter Lauren O'Connell, her partner in the duo My Terrible Friend. See below for the upcoming dates; visit nonesuch.com/on-tour for additional details and ticket links.

    How I Knew Her comprises 12 autobiographical, introspective songs by Dawn, one half of Pomplamoose, and was produced by her longtime partner Jack Conte and recorded with a group of accomplished musicians—Ryan Lerman, David Piltch, Louis Cole, and Matt Chamberlain—at Prairie Sun Studios, where many of her favorite Tom Waits albums had been made. The BBC calls it "a seductive and singular solo album ... the sound of a woman brimming with ideas as she seizes her moment." To pick up a copy, head to the Nonesuch Store, where CD and vinyl orders include a download of the complete album at checkout.

    NATALY DAWN ON TOUR

    Mar 18 The Walnut Room Denver, CO
    Mar 20 Bryant Lake Bowl Theater Minneapolis, MN
    Mar 21 RSR Bar Madison, WI
    Mar 22&23 Wise Fools Pub Chicago, IL
    Mar 25 Horseshoe Tavern Toronto, ON
    Mar 27&28 The Slipper Room New York, NY
    Mar 29 World Cafe Live Downstairs Philadelphia, PA
    Mar 30 IOTA Club Cafe Arlington, VA
    Mar 31 Southern Cafe Charlottesville, VA
    Apr 2 Casbah Durham, NC
    Apr 3 Red Light Cafe Atlanta, GA
    Apr 4 High Watt Nashville, TN
    Apr 6 Live Oak Music Hall Fort Worth, TX
    Apr 7 Cactus Cafe Austin, TX
         
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Nataly Dawn Announces North American Spring Headline Tour

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Nataly Dawn has announced a number of headlining US tour dates this spring featuring music from her just-released Nonesuch debut album, How I Knew Her. The three-week, 14-city tour kicks off with a performance at The Walnut Room in Denver, Colorado, on March 18, and includes two nights each in New York City and Chicago and stops in Minneapolis, Madison, Toronto, Philadelphia, Arlington, Charlottesville, Durham, Atlanta, Nashville, Fort Worth, and Austin. Dawn will be in Austin before the tour launch to perform at SXSW.

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Nataly Dawn has announced a number of headlining US tour dates this spring featuring music from her album How I Knew Her, released on Nonesuch Records last week. The three-week, 14-city tour kicks off with a performance at The Walnut Room in Denver, Colorado, on March 18, and includes two nights each in New York City and Chicago and stops in Minneapolis, Madison, Toronto, Philadelphia, Arlington, Charlottesville, Durham, Atlanta, Nashville, Fort Worth, and Austin. In fact, just before the tour's launch, Dawn will be in Austin to perform at the SXSW music conference.

In advance of the release of How I Knew Her, Dawn toured the West Coast, including several dates supporting Ben Folds Five and one opening for Clint Black. Joining Dawn for her upcoming headlining tour is singer/songwriter Lauren O'Connell, her partner in the duo My Terrible Friend. See below for the upcoming dates; visit nonesuch.com/on-tour for additional details and ticket links.

How I Knew Her comprises 12 autobiographical, introspective songs by Dawn, one half of Pomplamoose, and was produced by her longtime partner Jack Conte and recorded with a group of accomplished musicians—Ryan Lerman, David Piltch, Louis Cole, and Matt Chamberlain—at Prairie Sun Studios, where many of her favorite Tom Waits albums had been made. The BBC calls it "a seductive and singular solo album ... the sound of a woman brimming with ideas as she seizes her moment." To pick up a copy, head to the Nonesuch Store, where CD and vinyl orders include a download of the complete album at checkout.

NATALY DAWN ON TOUR

Mar 18 The Walnut Room Denver, CO
Mar 20 Bryant Lake Bowl Theater Minneapolis, MN
Mar 21 RSR Bar Madison, WI
Mar 22&23 Wise Fools Pub Chicago, IL
Mar 25 Horseshoe Tavern Toronto, ON
Mar 27&28 The Slipper Room New York, NY
Mar 29 World Cafe Live Downstairs Philadelphia, PA
Mar 30 IOTA Club Cafe Arlington, VA
Mar 31 Southern Cafe Charlottesville, VA
Apr 2 Casbah Durham, NC
Apr 3 Red Light Cafe Atlanta, GA
Apr 4 High Watt Nashville, TN
Apr 6 Live Oak Music Hall Fort Worth, TX
Apr 7 Cactus Cafe Austin, TX
     
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