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Crowell/Harris announce tour with Thompson

Tuesday, January 15, 2013 – Emmylou Harris and Rodney Crowell will embark on series of special tour dates this March with co-headliner Richard Thompson Electric Trio.

Tickets go on sale starting this week.

The tour is in celebration of Harris and Crowell's new collaborative album, "Old Yellow Moon," out Feb. 26 on Nonesuch Records. Thompson's new album, "Electric," will be released Feb. 5 on New West Records. Produced by Buddy Miller, the album is a guitar driven set of 11 new songs.

Tour dates are:
March 13 New Orleans House of Blues New Orleans (Crowell/Harris only)
March 17 St. Louis The Peabody Opera House
March 19 Milwaukee The Pabst Theater
March 20 Chicago Symphony Center
March 22 Toronto Massey Hall
March 23 Boston Orpheum Theatre
March 24 Huntington, N.Y. The Paramount
March 26 Philadelphia Academy of Music
March 27 New York The Beacon Theater
March 29 North Bethesda, Md. Strathmore
March 30 Durham, N.C. Durham Performing Arts Center
April 1 Charlotte, N.C. Belk Theater at Blumenthal PAC
April 3 Savannah, Ga. Johnny Mercer Theater
April 4 Atlanta Cobb Energy PAC

More dates will be announced.

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