Emmylou Harris, Patty Griffin, Shawn Colvin, Buddy Miller tour together
Monday, November 26, 2007
– Emmylou Harris, Patty Griffin, Shawn Colvin and guitarist Buddy Miller will join forces for a series of shows in January. The tour is called "Three Girls And Their Buddy."
All four artists will appear on stage together to play acoustic versions of their hits as well as collaborate with each other.
Harris, Griffin and Miller appeared at the Americana Music awards show Nov. 2 in Nashville.
Tour dates are:
Jan. 11 - Chattanooga, TN (Tivoli Theater)
Jan. 12 - Knoxville, TN (Tennessee Theater)
Jan. 14 - Chapel Hill, NC (Memorial Hall)
Jan. 15 - Asheville, NC (Thomas Wolfe Auditorium)
Jan. 17 - Roanoke, VA (Roanoke PAC)
Jan. 18 - Indianapolis (Clowes Hall)
Jan. 19 - Milwaukee (Pabst Theater)
Jan. 20 - Lexington, KY (Singletary Theater)
Jan. 22 - Athens, OH (Ohio U Templeton-Blackburn)
Jan. 24 - Cleveland (Allen Theater)
Jan. 25 - Pittsburgh (Carnegie Music Hall)
Jan. 26. 2008 - Ann Arbor, MI (Folk Fest)
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