Lyle Lovett: New Album 2/28, Acoustic Tour w/ John Hiatt


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Four-time Grammy Award-winner Lyle Lovett will be touring this spring. Next week, Lovett will also appear on the Late Show with David Letterman on February 27, The View on February 29, and Morning Joe on March 2.

Lovett will be playing solo acoustic on this tour. After an acoustic band set at The Concert Hall at New York Society for Ethical Culture in New York City on February 28, Lovett will be joined by John Hiatt, beginning their solo acoustic run at the State Theater in Minneapolis on March 7 and wrapping up at the Saenger Theatre in Pensacola on March 25.

Lovett will release his new album, Release Me, on February 28, 2012. Produced by Nathaniel Kunkel and Lovett, Release Me represents the end of an era as it's his last record for Curb/Universal Music Group after being on the label for his entire career.

Lyle Lovett On Tour:

  • 02/28 The Concert Hall—New York, NY (with acoustic band)
  • 03/07 State Theater—Minneapolis, MN
  • 03/08 Pabst Theater—Milwaukee, WI
  • 03/09 Star Theatre—Merrillville, IN
  • 03/10 The Fillmore Detroit—Detroit, MI
  • 03/11 Brown Theatre—Louisville, KY
  • 03/13 Schermerhorn Symphony Center—Nashville, TN
  • 03/14 Symphony Hall—Woodruff Arts Center—Atlanta, GA
  • 03/15 Durham Performing Arts Center—Durham, NC
  • 03/16 McGlohon Theatre at Spirit Square—Charlotte, NC
  • 03/17 North Charleston Performing Arts Center—N Charleston, SC
  • 03/20 Spartanburg Memorial Auditorium—Spartanburg, SC
  • 03/21 Sunrise Theatre / City of Fort Pierce—Fort Pierce, FL
  • 03/22 Ruth Eckerd Hall—Clearwater, FL
  • 03/23 Saint Augustine Amphitheatre—Saint Augustine, FL
  • 03/24 Trustees Theater—Savannah, GA
  • 03/25 Saenger Theatre—Pensacola, FL
All dates solo acoustic with John Hiatt except 2/28

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