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    The Low Anthem has just added another date to their rapidly growing fall/winter tour calendar: the band will open for Iron & Wine at the Wiltern Theatre in Los Angeles on January 26.

    Before then, the quartet joins fellow Nonesuch artist Emmylou Harris at the Byham Theater in Pittsburgh tomorrow to launch their tour of the US East Coast. The Low Anthem will open for Harris through their November 21 show at the Peace Center in Greenville, South Carolina, with stops along the way in Buffalo and Albany, New York; Northampton, Massachusetts; Montclair, New Jersey; Wilmington, Delaware; Roanoke and Charlottesville, Virginia; and Frederick, Maryland.

    After Thanksgiving, The Low Anthem will return to the road to tour with another label mate, the Carolina Chocolate Drops, for six dates over one week in December. That tour will begin December 4 at the Variety Playhouse in Atlanta, followed by stops in Nashville and Knoxville, Tennessee, before heading to the Chocolate Drops' home state of North Carolina for shows in Asheville, Charlotte, and Raleigh.

    Both bands have been chosen to play solo sets at the Allen Room in New York City as part of Lincoln Center's acclaimed American Songbook series, with The Low Anthem taking to the stage on January 13 and the Chocolate Drops on February 2.

    Look for The Low Anthem to perform songs from their anticipated new album (due out early 2011 on Nonesuch Records) on tour. For a short peek behind the scenes of the new album, visit lowanthem.com.

    Below are all of The Low Anthem's currently scheduled tour dates. For more information and ticket links, visit nonesuch.com/on-tour.

    THE LOW ANTHEM TOUR

    Nov 8 The Gallery at The Abbey Bar at ABC Harrisburg, PA
    Nov 9 Byham Theater* Pittsburgh, PA
    Nov 10 Univ. of Buffalo Center for the Arts* Buffalo, NY
    Nov 11 Calvin Theatre* Northampton, MA
    Nov 13 Wellmont Theatre* Montclair, NJ
    Nov 14 The Egg* Albany, NY
    Nov 16 The Grand Opera House* Wilmington, DE
    Nov 17 Jefferson Center* Roanoke, VA
    Nov 19 Weinberg Center for the Arts* Frederick, MD
    Nov 20 Paramount Theater* Charlottesville, VA
    Nov 21 Peace Center for the Performing Arts* Greenville, SC
    Dec 4 Variety Playhouse** Atlanta, GA
    Dec 5 The Bottletree Birmingham, AL
    Dec 7 Mercy Lounge** Nashville, TN
    Dec 8 Bijou Theatre** Knoxville, TN
    Dec 9 The Orange Peel** Asheville, NC
    Dec 10 Neighborhood Theatre** Charlotte, NC
    Dec 11 Lincoln Theater** Raleigh, NC
    Jan 13 The Allen Room, Lincoln Center New York, NY
    Jan 26 Wiltern Theatre† Los Angeles, CA

    * with Emmylou Harris
    ** with Carolina Chocolate Drops
    † with Iron & Wine

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The Low Anthem to Play with Iron & Wine; Launches Tour with Emmylou Harris

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The Low Anthem has just added another date to their rapidly growing tour calendar: opening for Iron & Wine at the Wiltern Theatre in Los Angeles on January 26. The band joins Emmylou Harris at the Byham Theater in Pittsburgh tomorrow to launch a ten-city tour of the US East Coast. The Low Anthem will join the Carolina Chocolate Drops for six dates in December and will play the Allen Room in New York as part of Lincoln Center's 2011 American Songbook series in January.

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The Low Anthem has just added another date to their rapidly growing fall/winter tour calendar: the band will open for Iron & Wine at the Wiltern Theatre in Los Angeles on January 26.

Before then, the quartet joins fellow Nonesuch artist Emmylou Harris at the Byham Theater in Pittsburgh tomorrow to launch their tour of the US East Coast. The Low Anthem will open for Harris through their November 21 show at the Peace Center in Greenville, South Carolina, with stops along the way in Buffalo and Albany, New York; Northampton, Massachusetts; Montclair, New Jersey; Wilmington, Delaware; Roanoke and Charlottesville, Virginia; and Frederick, Maryland.

After Thanksgiving, The Low Anthem will return to the road to tour with another label mate, the Carolina Chocolate Drops, for six dates over one week in December. That tour will begin December 4 at the Variety Playhouse in Atlanta, followed by stops in Nashville and Knoxville, Tennessee, before heading to the Chocolate Drops' home state of North Carolina for shows in Asheville, Charlotte, and Raleigh.

Both bands have been chosen to play solo sets at the Allen Room in New York City as part of Lincoln Center's acclaimed American Songbook series, with The Low Anthem taking to the stage on January 13 and the Chocolate Drops on February 2.

Look for The Low Anthem to perform songs from their anticipated new album (due out early 2011 on Nonesuch Records) on tour. For a short peek behind the scenes of the new album, visit lowanthem.com.

Below are all of The Low Anthem's currently scheduled tour dates. For more information and ticket links, visit nonesuch.com/on-tour.

THE LOW ANTHEM TOUR

Nov 8 The Gallery at The Abbey Bar at ABC Harrisburg, PA
Nov 9 Byham Theater* Pittsburgh, PA
Nov 10 Univ. of Buffalo Center for the Arts* Buffalo, NY
Nov 11 Calvin Theatre* Northampton, MA
Nov 13 Wellmont Theatre* Montclair, NJ
Nov 14 The Egg* Albany, NY
Nov 16 The Grand Opera House* Wilmington, DE
Nov 17 Jefferson Center* Roanoke, VA
Nov 19 Weinberg Center for the Arts* Frederick, MD
Nov 20 Paramount Theater* Charlottesville, VA
Nov 21 Peace Center for the Performing Arts* Greenville, SC
Dec 4 Variety Playhouse** Atlanta, GA
Dec 5 The Bottletree Birmingham, AL
Dec 7 Mercy Lounge** Nashville, TN
Dec 8 Bijou Theatre** Knoxville, TN
Dec 9 The Orange Peel** Asheville, NC
Dec 10 Neighborhood Theatre** Charlotte, NC
Dec 11 Lincoln Theater** Raleigh, NC
Jan 13 The Allen Room, Lincoln Center New York, NY
Jan 26 Wiltern Theatre† Los Angeles, CA

* with Emmylou Harris
** with Carolina Chocolate Drops
† with Iron & Wine

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