Pete Yorn Is Coming to You

by Devin Mainville

8 November 2010

 

The artist that Rolling Stone magazine named a top ten artist to watch is reminding everyone how he earned that title. Pete Yorn is launching a North American tour that will support his new self titled album. The new album has received rave reviews from publications like Spin who said “From bracing opener ‘Precious Stone’ to the chugging fan appreciation ‘Rock Crowd’ to a heartfelt version of Gram Parsons’ ‘Wheels,’ Yorn emerges with his most purposeful, affecting album yet.” The CD is available now and tickets for his tour go on sale this weekend. The tour kicks off on February 14th in Phoenix, but until then, check out some live Pete Yorn below and on thelivebuzz.com.


  
2/14   Phoenix, AZ @ Marquee
2/16   Salt Lake City, UT @ Depot
2/17   Denver, CO @ Ogden
2/19   Council Bluffs, IA @ Whisky Roadhouse
2/20   Kansas City, MO @ VooDoo Lounge
2/22   Minneapolis, MN @ First Avenue
2/23   Chicago, IL @ The Vic Theatre
2/27   St. Louis, MO @ The Pageant
3/01   Indianapolis, IN @ Vogue Theatre
3/02   Columbus, OH @ Newport Music Hall
3/04   Detroit, MI @ Clutch Cargos
3/08   Boston, MA @ House of Blues
3/10   Philadelphia, PA @ Trocadero
3/11   New York, NY @ Terminal 5
3/14   Washington, DC @ 9:30 Club
4/01   Seattle, WA @ Showbox Sodo
4/02   Vancouver, BC @ Commodore Ballroom *
4/03   Portland, OR @ Wonder Ballroom
4/05   San Francisco, CA @ Regency
4/06   Los Angeles, CA @ Wiltern
4/09   San Diego, CA @ House of Blues
4/10   Anaheim, CA @ House of Blues
4/14   Houston, TX @ House of Blues
4/15   Dallas, TX @ Granada
4/16   Austin, TX @ Stubbs BBQ
4/22   Atlanta, GA @ Center Stage
* - bundle not available

 

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