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Gaby Moreno to Tour Europe in Autumn Around New Album, "¡Spangled!"

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on August 1, 2019 - 9:00am
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Gaby Moreno will begin a six-week, twenty-one concert tour of Europe in Neumunster, Germany, September 24. The tour takes her across Germany, Switzerland, Austria, Hungary, and Spain, culminating in Malaga November 1, and surrounds the October 4 release of her new album, ¡Spangled!, with Van Dyke Parks. She begins a US tour November 8, including a just-announced show at Merkin Hall in NYC for Ecstatic Music December 2.


Singer-songwriter Gaby Moreno will begin a six-week, twenty-one concert autumn tour of Europe with a sold-out set at the Kulturfestival Kunstflecken in Neumunster, Germany, on September 24. The tour takes her across Germany, Switzerland, Austria, Hungary, and Spain, culminating in Malaga on November 1, and surrounds the October 4 release of her new album, ¡Spangled!, with Van Dyke Parks. She begins a previously announced US tour on November 8, including a just-added show at Merkin Hall in New York City for Ecstatic Music on December 2. See below for details and visit

¡Spangled!—a collaboration between the Guatemalan-born Moreno and American musician, songwriter, arranger, and producer Parks—is a ten-song set that spans more than a century, including a bolero from Panama, a bossa nova from Brazil, a song by Moreno, Trinidadian songwriter David Rudder's "The Immigrants," and an elegiac ballad from the Southwest US: Ry Cooder, John Hiatt, and Jim Dickinson’s “Across the Borderline,” performed with Cooder and Jackson Browne. 

¡Spangled! is available for pre-order now at  iTunes and the Nonesuch Store, where "Across the Borderline" and "The Immigrants" may be downloaded immediately. The album will also stream at  Spotify, Apple Music, and other digital service providers. 


Sep 24 Kulturfestival Kunstflecken - Sold Out Neumunster, GERMANY
Sep 26 Kulturhalle Remchingen Remchingen, GERMANY
Sep 27 Bix Jazzclub Stuttgart, GERMANY
Sep 28 Obere Mühle Duebendorf, GERMANY
Oct 1 Porgy & Bess Vienna, AUSTRIA
Oct 2 MoMKult Budapest, HUNGARY
Oct 3 Jazzliebe Graz, AUSTRIA
Oct 4 Cultino Bad Reichenhall, GERMANY
Oct 5 Fichters Kulturladen Ramsau, GERMANY
Oct 9 Volksbad Badehalle Jena, GERMANY
Oct 11 Kluturgut Hagenbach Backnang, GERMANY
Oct 12 Burgersaal Helmbrechts, GERMANY
Oct 13 Centralstation Darmstadt, GERMANY
Oct 18 Jazzclub Tonne Dresden, GERMANY
Oct 19 Speicher Bad Homburg Bad Homburg, GERMANY
Oct 24 Franz K Reutlingen, GERMANY
Oct 26 Kultur Forum Brackenheim, GERMANY
Oct 27 Sala BBK Bilbao, SPAIN
Oct 29 Teatro Casyc Santander, SPAIN
Oct 30 Sala Clamores Madrid, SPAIN
Nov 1 La Cochera Cabaret Malaga, SPAIN
Nov 8 Sessions Music Hall* Eugene, OR
Nov 9 Star Theater* Portland, OR
Nov 10 The Triple Door* Seattle, WA
Nov 13 Harlow's* Sacramento, CA
Nov 14 Freight & Salvage* Berkeley, CA
Nov 15 Harold. J. Miossi CPAC* San Luis Obispo, CA
Nov 16 The Pico Union Project* Los Angeles, CA
Nov 17 California Center for the Arts* Escondido, CA
Nov 19 Club Congress* Tucscon, AZ
Nov 20 Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts* Scottsdale, AZ
Nov 21 KiMo Theatre* Albuquerque, NM
Nov 22 Taos Center for the Arts* Taos, NM
Nov 23 Fox Theatre* Boulder, CO
Dec 2 Merkin Hall, Kaufman Music Center** New York, NY

* Roots Rising! w/Liz Vice, Matt Andersen
** Ecstatic Music with LADAMA

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