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    Nataly Dawn Launches Tour with Ben Folds Five; "Please Don't Scream" Named Starbucks Pick of the Week

    Nataly Dawn kicks off a tour of the western United States tonight featuring music from her forthcoming solo album, How I Knew Her, due out on Nonesuch Records on February 12. The two-week tour includes a nine-city run of shows supporting Ben Folds Five, starting at the Ogden Theatre in Denver tonight and including shows in Las Vegas, Los Angeles, San Diego, Anaheim, San Francisco, Reno, Seattle, and Portland. In addition, Dawn is set to make a stop in Utah tomorrow for her own sets at the Sundance Film Festival's ASCAP Music Café and at Kilby Court in Salt Lake City. On February 1, she will open for Clint Black at the Uptown Theatre in Napa. See below for a video preview of the shows and a list of tour dates; for more information and ticket links, visit nonesuch.com/on-tour.

    Also in the coming weeks, Dawn and her band will perform a private online show accessible exclusively to the Kickstarter backers who supported the recording of the album and fans who pre-order How I Knew Her via her website and the Nonesuch Store. Pre-orders also include an autographed print and an instant download of the album track "Please Don't Scream." For additional details, visit the Nonesuch Store.

    What's more, "Please Don't Scream" has been named this week's Starbucks Pick of the Week and can be downloaded for free at Starbucks stores in the United States and on the Starbucks mobile app. To find a Starbucks near you, visit starbucks.com.

    NATALY DAWN ON TOUR

    Jan 23 The Ogden Theatre* Denver, CO
    Jan 24 Sundance ASCAP Music Cafe Park City, UT
    Jan 24 Kilby Court Salt Lake City, UT
    Jan 25 The Pearl Concert Theater* Las Vegas, NV
    Jan 26 The Wiltern* Los Angeles, CA
    Jan 27 House of Blues* San Diego, CA
    Jan 29 House of Blues* Anaheim, CA
    Jan 31 The Warfield* San Francisco, CA
    Feb 1 Uptown Theatre Napa** Napa, CA
    Feb 2 Harrah's Lake Tahoe* Stateline, NV
    Feb 4 The Showbox at the Market* Seattle, WA
    Feb 5 Roseland Theater* Portland, OR
       

    * w/ Ben Folds Five
    ** w/ Clint Black

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Nataly Dawn Launches Tour with Ben Folds Five; "Please Don't Scream" Named Starbucks Pick of the Week

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Nataly Dawn kicks off a tour of the western US tonight in support of her forthcoming solo album, How I Knew Her, due out February 12. The two-week tour includes a nine-city run with Ben Folds Five, starting in Denver tonight and including shows in Nevada, California, Washington, and Oregon. In addition, Dawn makes stops at the Sundance Film Festival and in Salt Lake City and opens for Clint Black in Napa on February 1. Her song "Please Don't Scream," off How I Knew Her, is this week's Starbucks Pick of the Week and can be downloaded for free at Starbucks stores and on the Starbucks mobile app. 

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Nataly Dawn kicks off a tour of the western United States tonight featuring music from her forthcoming solo album, How I Knew Her, due out on Nonesuch Records on February 12. The two-week tour includes a nine-city run of shows supporting Ben Folds Five, starting at the Ogden Theatre in Denver tonight and including shows in Las Vegas, Los Angeles, San Diego, Anaheim, San Francisco, Reno, Seattle, and Portland. In addition, Dawn is set to make a stop in Utah tomorrow for her own sets at the Sundance Film Festival's ASCAP Music Café and at Kilby Court in Salt Lake City. On February 1, she will open for Clint Black at the Uptown Theatre in Napa. See below for a video preview of the shows and a list of tour dates; for more information and ticket links, visit nonesuch.com/on-tour.

Also in the coming weeks, Dawn and her band will perform a private online show accessible exclusively to the Kickstarter backers who supported the recording of the album and fans who pre-order How I Knew Her via her website and the Nonesuch Store. Pre-orders also include an autographed print and an instant download of the album track "Please Don't Scream." For additional details, visit the Nonesuch Store.

What's more, "Please Don't Scream" has been named this week's Starbucks Pick of the Week and can be downloaded for free at Starbucks stores in the United States and on the Starbucks mobile app. To find a Starbucks near you, visit starbucks.com.

NATALY DAWN ON TOUR

Jan 23 The Ogden Theatre* Denver, CO
Jan 24 Sundance ASCAP Music Cafe Park City, UT
Jan 24 Kilby Court Salt Lake City, UT
Jan 25 The Pearl Concert Theater* Las Vegas, NV
Jan 26 The Wiltern* Los Angeles, CA
Jan 27 House of Blues* San Diego, CA
Jan 29 House of Blues* Anaheim, CA
Jan 31 The Warfield* San Francisco, CA
Feb 1 Uptown Theatre Napa** Napa, CA
Feb 2 Harrah's Lake Tahoe* Stateline, NV
Feb 4 The Showbox at the Market* Seattle, WA
Feb 5 Roseland Theater* Portland, OR
   

* w/ Ben Folds Five
** w/ Clint Black

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