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    Sara Watkins Announces US Tour Dates for March
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    Singer/songwriter/fiddle player Sara Watkins—who closes out her tour of the UK and Ireland with performances in Bristol, Milton Keynes, and Norwich this week—has announced a three-week tour of the United States for March, starting with a performance at the Red Clay Theatre in Duluth, Georgia. The 15-city tour, featuring songs from her 2012 Nonesuch album Sun Midnight Sun, includes stops in Louisville, Cincinnati, Ann Arbor, Boston, New York, Philadelphia, and more. Additionally, Watkins will join her brother Sean and special guests for the latest installment of the Watkins Family Hour at Largo in Los Angeles on February 28. See below for all of the currently scheduled tour dates; for additional details and ticket links, go to nonesuch.com/on-tour.

    Sun Midnight Sun is the follow up to Watkins’s critically acclaimed 2009 self-titled solo debut album, produced by John Paul Jones. The new album, produced by guitarist, singer, and songwriter Blake Mills, includes songs written by Watkins ("You and Me," "Take Up Your Spade") and several collaborations with Mills ("The Foothills," "Be There," "The Accord," "Impossible," and "Lock and Key"), and features special guest appearances by Fiona Apple, Jackson Browne, Taylor Goldsmith (Dawes), Benmont Tench, and Sean Watkins.

    While on tour in the UK, Watkins stopped by the Guardian to talk with journalist Emma John about her music. She also gave John a bluegrass fiddle master class, which you can watch in a video accompanying the feature article at guardian.co.uk.

    SARA WATKINS ON TOUR

    Feb 5 St Bonaventure's Club Bristol, UK
    Feb 6 The Stables Milton Keynes, UK
    Feb 7 Norwich Arts Centre Norwich, UK
       
    Feb 28 Largo at the Coronet* Los Angeles, CA
         
    Mar 7 Red Clay Theatre Duluth, GA
    Mar 8 Pisgah Brewing Company Black Mountain, NC
    Mar 9 Franklin Theatre Franklin, TN
    Mar 10 Headliners Music Hall Louisville, KY
    Mar 11 20th Century Theatre Cincinnati, OH
    Mar 13 Kent Stage Kent, OH
    Mar 14 SPACE Evanston, IL
    Mar 19 The Ark Ann Arbor, MI
    Mar 21 The Haunt Ithaca, NY
    Mar 22 New Hope Winery New Hope, PA
    Mar 25 Sinclair Boston, MA
    Mar 26 City Winery New York, NY
    Mar 28 Historic Blairstown Theatre Blairstown, NJ
    Mar 29 Tin Angel Philadelphia, PA
    Mar 30 Historic Avalon Theatre Easton, MD
       

    * Watkins Family Hour

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Sara Watkins Announces US Tour Dates for March

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Sara Watkins, who closes out her tour of the UK and Ireland this week, has announced a three-week US tour for March. The 15-city tour starts in Duluth, Georgia, and includes stops in Louisville, Cincinnati, Ann Arbor, Boston, New York, Philadelphia, and more. Additionally, Watkins will join her brother Sean and special guests for the latest installment of the Watkins Family Hour at Largo in Los Angeles on February 28. 

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Singer/songwriter/fiddle player Sara Watkins—who closes out her tour of the UK and Ireland with performances in Bristol, Milton Keynes, and Norwich this week—has announced a three-week tour of the United States for March, starting with a performance at the Red Clay Theatre in Duluth, Georgia. The 15-city tour, featuring songs from her 2012 Nonesuch album Sun Midnight Sun, includes stops in Louisville, Cincinnati, Ann Arbor, Boston, New York, Philadelphia, and more. Additionally, Watkins will join her brother Sean and special guests for the latest installment of the Watkins Family Hour at Largo in Los Angeles on February 28. See below for all of the currently scheduled tour dates; for additional details and ticket links, go to nonesuch.com/on-tour.

Sun Midnight Sun is the follow up to Watkins’s critically acclaimed 2009 self-titled solo debut album, produced by John Paul Jones. The new album, produced by guitarist, singer, and songwriter Blake Mills, includes songs written by Watkins ("You and Me," "Take Up Your Spade") and several collaborations with Mills ("The Foothills," "Be There," "The Accord," "Impossible," and "Lock and Key"), and features special guest appearances by Fiona Apple, Jackson Browne, Taylor Goldsmith (Dawes), Benmont Tench, and Sean Watkins.

While on tour in the UK, Watkins stopped by the Guardian to talk with journalist Emma John about her music. She also gave John a bluegrass fiddle master class, which you can watch in a video accompanying the feature article at guardian.co.uk.

SARA WATKINS ON TOUR

Feb 5 St Bonaventure's Club Bristol, UK
Feb 6 The Stables Milton Keynes, UK
Feb 7 Norwich Arts Centre Norwich, UK
   
Feb 28 Largo at the Coronet* Los Angeles, CA
     
Mar 7 Red Clay Theatre Duluth, GA
Mar 8 Pisgah Brewing Company Black Mountain, NC
Mar 9 Franklin Theatre Franklin, TN
Mar 10 Headliners Music Hall Louisville, KY
Mar 11 20th Century Theatre Cincinnati, OH
Mar 13 Kent Stage Kent, OH
Mar 14 SPACE Evanston, IL
Mar 19 The Ark Ann Arbor, MI
Mar 21 The Haunt Ithaca, NY
Mar 22 New Hope Winery New Hope, PA
Mar 25 Sinclair Boston, MA
Mar 26 City Winery New York, NY
Mar 28 Historic Blairstown Theatre Blairstown, NJ
Mar 29 Tin Angel Philadelphia, PA
Mar 30 Historic Avalon Theatre Easton, MD
   

* Watkins Family Hour

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