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    Christina Courtin Launches Four-City Tour with Crooked Still's Aoife O'Donovan

    Christina Courtin launches a four-city tour if the Northeast United States with Aoife O'Donovan of the band Crooked Still at the Lizard Lounge in Boston tonight. From there, the two singer-songwriters take the show to  The Stone Church in Newmarket, New Hampshire, on Thursday, the United Church of Putney in Putney, Vermont, on Friday, and Rockwood Music Hall Stage 2 back in Courtin's home base of New York City on Saturday. For more information on these events, visit nonesuch.com/on-tour.

    Courtin's voice has been described by the New York Times as "uniquely otherworldly." The Huffington Post said her self-titled Nonesuch debut album was "a wonderful concoction" filled with "hypnotic music" and "toasty-warm" vocals. The CD is now just $10.71 in the Nonesuch Store as part of the store-wide 3rd anniversary sale, which takes 33% off the standard retail price for all CDs, LPs, and DVDs. As usual, orders also include high-quality 320 kbps MP3s of the album at checkout.

    To hear clips from Christina Courtin and pick up a copy of the album, click here.

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Christina Courtin Launches Four-City Tour with Crooked Still's Aoife O'Donovan

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Christina Courtin launches a four-city tour with Aoife O'Donovan of the Crooked Still in Boston tonight, followed by stops in New Hampshire and Vermont, before hitting Courtin's home base of New York City with a Saturday night show at Rockwood Music Hall. Courtin's voice has been described by the New York Times as "uniquely otherworldly." Her self-titled Nonesuch debut album, which the Huffington Post called "a wonderful concoction," is now just $10.71 in the Nonesuch Store as part of the store-wide 3rd anniversary sale.

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Christina Courtin launches a four-city tour if the Northeast United States with Aoife O'Donovan of the band Crooked Still at the Lizard Lounge in Boston tonight. From there, the two singer-songwriters take the show to  The Stone Church in Newmarket, New Hampshire, on Thursday, the United Church of Putney in Putney, Vermont, on Friday, and Rockwood Music Hall Stage 2 back in Courtin's home base of New York City on Saturday. For more information on these events, visit nonesuch.com/on-tour.

Courtin's voice has been described by the New York Times as "uniquely otherworldly." The Huffington Post said her self-titled Nonesuch debut album was "a wonderful concoction" filled with "hypnotic music" and "toasty-warm" vocals. The CD is now just $10.71 in the Nonesuch Store as part of the store-wide 3rd anniversary sale, which takes 33% off the standard retail price for all CDs, LPs, and DVDs. As usual, orders also include high-quality 320 kbps MP3s of the album at checkout.

To hear clips from Christina Courtin and pick up a copy of the album, click here.

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Christina Courtin, Aoife O'Donovan Tour 2010

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