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Smith goes solo behind sort of new disc

Friday, March 10, 2023 – Caitlyn Smith will launch The Great Pretender Solo Tour, an unplugged, unaccompanied show supporting her new album, "High & Low," due April 14.

< Alex Hall joins Smith as direct tour support.

Last year, Smith released "High," the first half of a record that the singer/songwriter self-produced. She will release the completion of that project, adding six new songs to make her full record, "High & Low." 14.

Tour dates are
April 3 Austin, TX Parish
April 4 San Antonio, TX 502 Bar
April 5 Houston, TX Warehouse Live
April 18 Raleigh/Durham, NC Cat's Cradle
April 19 Charlotte, NC Visulite Theater
April 20 Atlanta, GA Vinyl
April 28 Davenport, IA Raccoon Motel
April 29 Chicago, IL Avondale Music Hall
May 2 Pittsburgh, PA Crafthouse Stage & Grill
May 3 Philadelphia, PA City Winery Philadelphia
May 8 Boston, MA City Winery Boston
May 9 Portland, ME One Longfellow Square
May 26 Boise, ID The Olympic Venue
May 30 Salt Lake City, UT The State Room
June 1 Denver, CO Fox Theatre

The High & Low Track listing is:
1 High - Intro
2 High
3 Dreamin's Free
4 Lately *
5 Mississippi *
6 Good As Us
7 Alaska *
Maybe In Another Life
9 I Think Of You *
10 Nothing Against You
11 Downtown Baby
12 Writing Songs and Raising Babies *
13 I Don't Like The World Without You
14 The Great Pretender *
* - new song

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