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Patty Griffin Announces North American Tour

Grammy-Award winning Folk/Americana artist Patty Griffin is setting out in May on an acoustic tour of the US.  The tour will start on May 1st in Oklahoma and end on August 5th in Maine.  Griffin released her debut album, Living With Ghosts, in 1996 and has since been praised for both her songwriting and powerful voice.  She has received numerous awards and has had her songs covered by artists such as The Dixie Chicks, Bette Midler and Emmylou Harris.  Griffin’s tenth and most recent album, entitled Servant Of Love, explores how all of our human movements are motivated by love, and includes sounds of jazz, rock, blues and folk.  Joining Griffin on her upcoming acoustic tour will be her long time guitarist David Pulkingham.

Griffin is currently working her ways towards her eagerly anticipated next album, as open as ever to new sounds and new songs. Her goals in the meantime are far more earthly, contributing to the wellbeing of the planet and showing compassion for the less fortunate among us via personal and public acts of charity including 2016’s “Use Your Voice” tour in conjunction with the League of Women Voters, and the 2017 “Lampedusa Tour” supporting the Jesuit Refugee Service. Having already crafted a catalogue that chronicles love and death, heartache and joy, connection and detachment, Griffin is continuing to push her art forward, as always imbuing every effort with compassion and craft, uncanny perception and ever-increasing ingenuity.

You can find tour information and ticket links at http://www.pattygriffin.com/tour.

Tour Dates:
May 1st- Oklahoma City, OK- The Blue Door
May 2nd- Lawrence, KS- Liberty Hall
May 3rd- Des Moines, IA- The Temple For Performing Arts
May 5th- Columbia, MO- The Blue Note
May 6th- St Louis, MO- The Sheldon Concert Hall
May 7th- Bloomington, IN- Buskirk-Chumley Theater
May 9th- Franklin, TN- Franklin Theatre
May 10th- Duluth, GA- Eddie Owen Presents at the Red Clay Music Foundry
May 11th- Duluth, GA- Eddie Owen Presents at the Red Clay Music Foundry
May 13th- Baton Rouge, LA- Manship Theatre
May 15th- Dallas, TX- KXT Sunset Series
May 19th- New Braunfels, TX- Gruene Hall
July 13th- Woodstock, NY- Levon Helm Studios
July 14th- Woodstock, NY- Levon Helm Studios
July 20th- Trumansburg, NY- Finger Lakes GrassRoots Festival
July 21st- Turners Fall, MA- Shea Theater
July 22nd- Concord, NH- Capitol Center for the Arts
July 24th- Fall River, MA- Narrows Center For The Arts
July 25th- Natick, MA- The Center For Arts in Natick (TCAN)
July 27th- South Orange, NJ- SOPAC
July 29th- Port Washington, NY- Landmark on Main Street
August 1st- North Truro, MA- Payomet Music Pavillion
August 2nd- Edgartown, MA- Old Whaling Church
August 5th- Brownfield, ME- Stone Mountain Arts Center

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