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Guy Clark sets tour dates

Wednesday, September 2, 2009 – Guy Clark is hitting the road in support of his CD "Sometimes the Song Writes You" (Dualtone). The Texas songwriter has dates from Sept. 17 until Nov. 11.

Dates are:

Sept. 17 Minneapolis, MN Cedar Cultural Center
Sept. 19 Cascade, IA Ellen Kennedy Fine Arts Center
Sept. 23 Nashville, TN The Belcourt Theatre
Sept. 25-26 Steelville, MO Wildwood Springs Lodge
Oct. 3 San Francisco, CA Golden Gate Park
Oct. 22 Ann Arbor, MI The Ark
Oct. 27 New York, NY B.B. King Blues Club
Oct. 28 Piermont, NY The Turning Point
Oct. 30 Bay Shore, NY Boulton Center for the Performing Arts
Nov. 1 Albany, NY Swyer Theatre - The Egg
Nov. 18 Dallas, TX Granada Theatre
Nov. 20-21 Austin, TX Texas Union Theatre


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CD review - The King of the Texas Troubadours "The Best Of The Dualtone Years," a collection of Guy Clark's later recordings, finds the late respected singer/songwriter aging particularly well. He sings these songs with that familiar gruff voice of his and keeps arrangements relatively simple. However, never let such apparent simplicity fool you into believing this is also simple music. The way he digs deeply into the one woman's complicated motives during "Rain in Durango" quickly puts that notion to rest. ...
CD review - My Favorite Picture of You. Guy Clark has already written a lifetime of songs - Desperadoes Waiting for a Train, L.A. Freeway, Homegrown Tomatoes, A Nickel for the Fiddler - that have been recorded by folks from Rita Coolidge and Ricky Skaggs to Rodney Crowell. On his first studio album in four years, Clark, with his consummate artistry, paints more vivid word pictures on a broad canvas. Joined by his long-time guitarist Verlon Thompson, as well as Bryn Davies on bass and cello, Shawn Camp on guitar, mandolin and banjo, ...
CD review - This One's For Him A Tribute to Guy Clark A notable gathering of alt. country dignitaries celebrate Texas singer/songwriter Guy Clark's recent 70th birthday with this 2-disc collection. Willie Nelson takes a turn on one of Clark's best known tunes with the often covered Desperados Waiting For A Train, which Nelson himself recorded with The Highwaymen. Fellow Highwayman Kris Kristofferson contributes Hemingways' Whiskey, which serves as the title track with the lines "Sail away, sail away, as the day grows dim/ Live ...


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