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Singer/songwriter Brandi Carlile will release her sophomore album, "The Story," April 3 via Columbia. The 13-track set sports guest appearances by the Indigo Girls on the song "Cannonball" as well asSinger/songwriter Brandi Carlile will release her sophomore album, "The Story," April 3 via Columbia. The 13-track set sports guest appearances by the Indigo Girls on the song "Cannonball" as well as drumming from session ace Matt Chamberlain. It was produced by T-Bone Burnett.
The title track is already available for sale on iTunes and is going for radio adds now. In support of the album, Carlile will hit the road for a spring tour, beginning with acoustic sets March 30 in Seattle and the following evening in Portland, Ore.
Also on tap is an April 4 appearance on "The Tonight Show With Jay Leno," an April 27 visit to "Late Night With Conan O'Brien" and a May 5 performance as part of the Second Cup Cafe on the "CBS Early Show."
Here are Brandi Carlile's tour dates:
April 2: San Francisco (Great American Music Hall)
April 3: Los Angeles (Troubadour)
April 6: San Diego (Casbah)
April 7: Tucson, Ariz. (Rialto Theatre)
April 10: Dallas (Bend Studios)
April 11: Austin, Texas (Parish)
April 13: New Orleans (Parrish at House of Blues)
April 16: Birmingham, Ala. (Workplay)
April 17: Nashville (Belcourt Theater)
April 18: Memphis (Newby's)
April 19: Atlanta (Variety Playhouse)
April 24: Washington, D.C. (Birchmere)
April 25: Philadelphia (World Cafe Live)
April 26: New York (Bowery Ballroom)
April 28: Northampton, Mass. (Iron Horse)
April 30: Towson, Md. (Recher Theatre)
May 2: Burlington, Vt. (Higher Ground)
May 4: Portsmouth, N.H. (Music Hall)
May 5: Boston (Paradise)
May 7: Toronto (Horseshoe Tavern)
May 8: Cleveland (Cambridge Room)
May 9: Ann Arbor, Mich. (The Ark)
May 11-12: Chicago (Schuba's)
May 15: Indianapolis (Music Mill)
May 16: Milwaukee (Shank Hall)
May 18-19: Minneapolis (Varsity Theater)
May 22: Boulder, Colo. (Fox Theatre)
May 23: Boise, Idaho (The Big Easy)
May 24: Spokane, Wash. (Big Easy Concert House)