Listen: Natalie Merchant on WNYC's 'All of It with Alison Stewart'

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“Natalie Merchant is unique—her voice, her approach to her career—and her new album is unique in this moment,” Alison Stewart says of her guest on WNYC’s All of It. They discuss the album, Keep Your Courage, ahead of Merchant's concerts at Lincoln Center’s Alice Tully Hall, joined by The Knights orchestra, this weekend, and at NJPAC in Newark with Orchestra of St. Luke’s on June 25. You can hear their conversation here.

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Natalie Merchant is unique—her voice, her approach to her career—and her new album is unique in this moment,” Alison Stewart says of her guest on the latest episode of WNYC’s All of It. They discuss the album, Keep Your Courage, ahead of Merchant's concerts at Lincoln Center’s Alice Tully Hall, joined by the New York–based orchestra The Knights, this Friday and Saturday, and at NJPAC in Newark with Orchestra of St. Luke’s on June 25. They’re part of months-long tour this year and a six-city run of orchestral performances. You can pick up a copy of the album and hear it here, find tour details below and at nonesuch.com/on-tour, and listen to Merchant’s conversation with Stewart here:

You can hear the rest of the episode of All of It with Alison Stewart, which includes conversations with Yellowjackets star Christina Ricci and with J. Smith-Cameron, who plays Gerri on Succession, at wnyc.org.

NATALIE MERCHANT ON TOUR

Jun 2&3 Alice Tully Hall, Lincoln Center* (Sold Out) New York, NY
Jun 22 Stifle Theatre* St. Louis, MO
Jun 25 NJPAC* Newark, NJ
Jun 28 Veterans Memorial Auditorium* Providence, RI
Jun 30, Jul 1 The Kennedy Center* Washington, DC
Jul 8 Chautauqua Institution Amphitheater* Chautauqua, NY
     
Sep 20 Martin Woldson Theatre at The Fox Spokane, WA
Sep 22 Chateau Ste Michelle Amphitheatre Woodinvale, WA
Sep 23 Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall Portland, OR
Sep 26 The Masonic San Francisco, CA
Sep 27 Mountain Winery Amphitheater Saratoga, CA
Sep 29 Humphrey's (Sold Out) San Diego, CA
Sep 30 Walt Disney Concert Hall Los Angeles, CA
     
Nov 2 London Palladium London, UK
Nov 3 London Palladium London, UK
Nov 5 Glasgow Royal Concert Hall Glasgow, UK
Nov 6 O2 Apollo Manchester Manchester, UK
Nov 8 Olympia (Sold Out) Dublin, IRELAND
Nov 9 Olympia Dublin, IRELAND
Nov 11 The Forum Bath, UK
Nov 13 Carré Theatre (Sold Out) Amsterdam, NETHERLANDS
Nov 14 Cirque Royal Brussels, BELGIUM
     

* w/symphony orchestra

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Natalie Merchant: WNYC's 'All of It with Alison Stewart,' May 2023

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