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Tour Alert: Ryan Adams Back on the Road

Also: New dates for Alexi Murdoch, Electric Six, Shelby Lynne, more

September 30, 2011 4:45 PM ET
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Ryan Adams performs in Cambridge, United Kingdom.
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Ryan Adams
Alt-country rocker Adams returns from a brief musical hiatus with his thirteenth studio release, Ashes & Fire, and a string of North American tour dates. The album hits stores the same day as the tour kickoff, and it's already garnering critical acclaim for its simple, rootsy style. Welcome back, Mr. Mandy Moore.

10/11 San Diego, CA – Balboa Theater
10/13 Big Sur, CA – Henry Miller Library
10/14 San Francisco, CA – Herbst Theater
10/15 Napa, CA – Uptown Theater
10/17 Santa Cruz, CA – The Rio
10/18 Sacramento, CA – Crest Theatre
10/20 Eugene, OR – The Shedd
10/21 Seattle, WA – Benaroya
12/2 Philadelphia, PA – Academy of Music
12/4 Baltimore, MD – Lyric Opera House
12/6 New York, NY – Carnegie Hall
12/8 Boston, MA – Orpheum Theatre
12/10 Toronto, ON – Winter Garden Theatre
12/11 Chicago, IL – Cadillac Place
12/13 Minneapolis, MN – State Theatre

Shelby Lynne
The Grammy-winning singer is hitting the road in support of her forthcoming (and independently-produced) release, Revelation Road, available Oct. 18th.

9/30 Carrboro, NC - The Arts Center
10/12 San Diego, CA - Anthology
10/14 Santa Monica, CA - McCabe's Guitar Shop
10/15 Santa Monica, CA - McCabe's Guitar Shop
10/17 Napa, CA - Napa Valley Opera House
10/18 San Francisco, CA - Swedish American Music Hall
10/20 Portland, OR - Mississippi Studios
10/21 Vancouver, BC - The Rio Theatre
10/22 Seattle, WA - The Triple Door
10/25 Denver, CO - Soiled Dove
10/27 Minneapolis, MN - Dakota Jazz Club
10/28 Chicago, IL - Lincoln Hall
10/30 Cleveland, OH - Beachland Ballroom
10/31 Toronto, ON - Hugh's Room
11/2 New York, NY - HighLine Ballroom
11/3 Somerville, MA - Johnny D's
11/5 Philadelphia, PA - Tin Angel
11/6 Philadelphia, PA - Tin Angel
11/7 Annapolis, MD - Rams Head On Stage
11/8 Alexandria, VA - Birchmere
11/10 Charlottesville, VA - Southern Music Hall
11/12 Shelby, NC - Don Gibson Theatre
11/14 12atur, GA - Eddie's Attic
11/17 Clearwater, FL - Capitol Theatre

Electric Six
Detroit-based synth rockers Electric Six are currently touring in support of their forthcoming album, Hearbeats and Brainwaves. Catch their unique blend of funky dance rock at one of the following stops:

9/16 Lansing, MI - The Loft
9/17 Ferndale, MI - DIY Festival
9/18 Covington, KY - The Mad Hatter
9/19 St. Louis, MO - Firebird
9/20 Milwaukee, WI - Turner Hall
9/22 Minneapolis, MN - First Avenue
9/23 Des Moines, IA - Vaudeville Mews
9/24 Omaha, NE - Waiting Room
9/25 Kansas City, MO - Record Bar
9/26 Columbia, MO - Mojo's
9/27 Little Rock, AR - Stickyz Rock N Roll
9/28 Norman, OK - Opolis
9/30 Denver, CO - Bluebird Theater
10/01 Salt Lake City, UT - Urban Lounge
10/02 Boise, ID - Neurolux
10/03 Seattle, WA - Neumo's
10/04 Portland, OR - Dante's
10/06 San Francisco, CA - The Independent
10/07 Los Angeles, CA - Key Club
10/08 Santa Ana, CA - Galaxy Theater
10/09 San Diego, CA - The Casbah
10/10 Tempe, AZ - Sail Inn
10/11 Tucson, AZ - Plush
10/13 Dallas, TX - Prophet Bar
10/14 San Antonio, TX - The Ten Eleven
10/15 Austin, TX - Emo's
10/16 Houston, TX - Fitzgerald's Downstairs
10/17 New Orleans, LA - House of Blues    
10/19 Jacksonville, FL - Jack Rabbit's
10/20 Orlando, FL - The Social
10/23 E. Atlanta, GA - The Earl
10/24 Carrboro, NC - Cat's Cradle
10/26 Philadelphia, PA - Johnny Brenda's
10/27 Cambridge, MA - Middle East
10/28 New York, NY - Bowery Ballroom
10/29 Baltimore, MD - Sonar
10/30 Washington, DC - Black Cat
11/01 Pittsburgh, PA - Brillo Box
11/02 Cleveland, OH - Grog Shop
11/03 Grand Rapids, MI - The Intersection
11/04 Chicago, IL - Double Door
11/05 Toledo, OH - Frankie's

Alexi Murdoch
Known for his husky vocals and intricate acoustic tracks, the Berlin-based singer-songwriter continues his international tour with a handful of Stateside performances this October.

10/18 Washington, DC - 6th & I Synagogue
10/20 Atlanta, GA - Eddie's Attic
10/21 Nashville, TN - 3rd and Lindsley
10/22 Durham, NC - Reynolds Theater at Duke University
10/24 Austin, TX - Antone's
10/26 Boulder, CO - Fox Theatre
11/8 Helsinki, FINLAND - Tavastia
11/9 Stockholm, SWEDEN - Debaser
11/12 Lund, SWEDEN - Merjeriet
11/13 Copenhagen, DENMARK - Loppen
11/14 Hamburg, GERMANY - Kampnagel Theatre
11/15 Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS - Paradiso
11/16 Nijmegen, THE NETHERLANDS - Doornroosje
11/17 Utrecht, THE NETHERLANDS - de Helling
11/18 Ghent, BELGIUM - Handelsbeurs
11/24 Brighton, UNITED KINGDOM - The Haunt
11/25 London, UNITED KINGDOM - Union Chapel
11/26 Glasgow, SCOTLAND - Captains Rest
12/5 Dublin, IRELAND - Crawdaddy
12/7 Berlin, GERMANY - Heimathafen
12/8 Cologne, GERMANY - Kulturkirche
12/9 Stuttgart, GERMANY - Cann
12/10 Zurich, SWITZERLAND - Kaufleuten
12/12 Salzburg, AUSTRIA - Rockhouse
12/14 Vienna, AUSTRIA - WUK
12/16 Rome, ITALY - Auditorium Parco della Musica, Sala Studio

Kathryn Calder
Former indie darling (of Immaculate Machine fame) and current member of rock act the New Pornographers, Calder is stepping out on her own in support of her second solo album, Bright and Vivid. Recorded in a fairly short amount of time, the complex pop album features layer upon layer of sound for continued listening pleasure.

10/27 Vancouver, BC - Biltmore Cabaret
10/28 Portland, OR - Someday Lounge/Backstage Cafe
10/30 Sacramento, CA - Blue Lamp
10/31 San Jose, CA - Pagoda
11/01 San Francisco, CA - Brick and Mortar
11/02 West Hollywood, CA - Roxy Theatre
11/03 Fresno, CA - Fulton 55
11/05 Tempe, AZ - Venue 104
11/06 Albuquerque, NM - Low Spirits
11/07 Denver, CO - Larimer Lounge
11/08 Salt Lake City, UT - Urban Lounge
11/09 Nampa, ID - Flying M Coffee
11/11 Kennewick, WA - Red Room
11/12 Seattle, WA - The Mix

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