Elf Power Goes on Tour with Madeline Adams

by Devin Mainville

19 November 2010


Elf Power has announced a European tour this winter to support their new album of the same name. The album is a tribute to longtime friend and mentor Vic Chesnutt who took his own life in late 2009. Elf Power and Chesnutt collaborated on an album, Dark Developments in 2008 and toured extensively with him through the years. The friendship that was forged through these partnerships and their loss is firmly felt on Elf Power

Supporting Elf Power across Europe is Madeline Adams, a singer songwriter from Athens, Georgia. Adams, who has been writing her own music since she was 15, has made a name through her poignant lyrics, haunting voice, and unique song writing. She recently released her third full length album, White Flag.

  Elf Power - Stranger in the Window by Deus Ex Machina Publicity

  Madeline - White Flag by Deus Ex Machina Publicity
Nov 29 - Gent, Belgium @ Cafe Video
Nov 30 - Tillburg, Netherlands @ 013
Dec 1 - Haarlem, Nethlands @ Patronaat
Dec 2 - Vienna, Austria @ Der Gute Club
Dec 3 - TBA
Dec 4 - Ancone, Italy @ Gratis Club
Dec 5 - Cesena, Italy @ Treessessanta
Dec 6 - Rome, Italy @ Init
Dec 7 - Bologna, Italy @ Covo
Dec 8 - Zurich, Switzerland @ TBA
Dec 9 - Luzern, Switzerland @ Treibhaus
Dec 10 - Freibrug, Germany @ Swamp
Dec 11 - Lyon, France @ TBA
Dec 12 - Zaragoza, Spain @ La Lata de Bombillas
Dec 13 - Madrid, Spain @ El Juglar
Dec 14 - Zamora, Spain @ Theatre
Dec 15 - Vitoria, Spain @ University Auditorium
Dec 16 - Barcelona, Spain @ Moog Club
Dec 17 - Castellon, Spain @ Tanned Tin Party
Dec 18 - Lleida, Spain @ Cafe Theatre

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