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.
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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