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    Olivia Chaney begins a tour of the United Kingdom and Ireland with a sold-out Whitstable Sessions Music Club set on Sunday. The tour includes concerts in London, Southampton, Cambridge, Bristol, Manchester, and Dublin, culminating in Belfast on March 29. The Southampton show falls on International Women’s Day and will feature a specially curated program to include songs by Chaney’s favorite female songwriters. Ahead of her London concert, Chaney performs on BBC Radio 3’s In Tune this Monday, March 4. See below for tour details and tickets, or visit nonesuch.com/on-tour.

    Chaney's new album, Shelter, released last year on Nonesuch, landed on Best Albums of 2018 lists from fRoots critics, Uncut, and Mojo. Uncut called it "transcendent,” while the Observer declared it “an elegant, luminous album.”

    To pick up a copy of Shelter, head to your local record store, iTunes, Amazon, and the Nonesuch Store, where orders include a download of the complete album at checkout; it can also be heard on Spotify and Apple Music.

    OLIVIA CHANEY ON TOUR

    Mar 3 Whitstable Sessions (Sold Out) Whitstable
    Mar 7 Cecil Sharp House London
    Mar 8 Turner Sims Southampton
    Mar 13 Cambridge Junction Cambridge
    Mar 15 St George's Bristol
    Mar 26 Stoller Hall Manchester
    Mar 27 Carole Nash Hall, Chetham School of Music Manchester
    Mar 28 The Studio, National Concert Hall Dublin
    Mar 29 The Duncairn Belfast
         
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Olivia Chaney begins a tour of the United Kingdom and Ireland with a sold-out Whitstable Sessions Music Club set on Sunday. The tour includes concerts in London, Southampton, Cambridge, Bristol, Manchester, and Dublin, culminating in Belfast on March 29. Chaney performs on BBC Radio 3’s In Tune on Monday, March 4.

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Olivia Chaney begins a tour of the United Kingdom and Ireland with a sold-out Whitstable Sessions Music Club set on Sunday. The tour includes concerts in London, Southampton, Cambridge, Bristol, Manchester, and Dublin, culminating in Belfast on March 29. The Southampton show falls on International Women’s Day and will feature a specially curated program to include songs by Chaney’s favorite female songwriters. Ahead of her London concert, Chaney performs on BBC Radio 3’s In Tune this Monday, March 4. See below for tour details and tickets, or visit nonesuch.com/on-tour.

Chaney's new album, Shelter, released last year on Nonesuch, landed on Best Albums of 2018 lists from fRoots critics, Uncut, and Mojo. Uncut called it "transcendent,” while the Observer declared it “an elegant, luminous album.”

To pick up a copy of Shelter, head to your local record store, iTunes, Amazon, and the Nonesuch Store, where orders include a download of the complete album at checkout; it can also be heard on Spotify and Apple Music.

OLIVIA CHANEY ON TOUR

Mar 3 Whitstable Sessions (Sold Out) Whitstable
Mar 7 Cecil Sharp House London
Mar 8 Turner Sims Southampton
Mar 13 Cambridge Junction Cambridge
Mar 15 St George's Bristol
Mar 26 Stoller Hall Manchester
Mar 27 Carole Nash Hall, Chetham School of Music Manchester
Mar 28 The Studio, National Concert Hall Dublin
Mar 29 The Duncairn Belfast
     
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