(I lifted this from her email, I hope she doesn’t mind! I just didn’t want to take the time to re-write it all in my own words since I knew she’d do a much better job than I)
Wed Jan 16 – NEW YORK, NY – Cake Shop (full band show)
This is a full band show and is part of Mixer, a very cool literary reading series that runs monthly at the Cake Shop and features a musical guest. Beginning at 7pm Josh Henkin, Quentin Rowan, and Maya Pindyck will read followed by my band a little after 8pm. Free show.
Wed Jan 23 – CAMBRIDGE, MA – Toad (w/ Liz Stahler, Kate Klim, Gretel, John Pringle)
A great night of songwriters in-the-round hosted by Boston local Liz Stahler at my favorite Cambridge venue. 8PM. Free show.
Thurs Jan 24 – NORTHAMPTON, MA – Iron Horse Music Hall (opening for Tracy Grammer!)
Very excited to play my first show at the great Iron Horse Music Hall and to open a second time for local star Tracy Grammer! 7PM, Tickets $14 in advance, $17 at door. You can buy em here.
Fri Jan 25 – PHOENIXVILLE, PA – Steel City Coffeehouse (w/ Lucy Wainwright Roche and Carsie Blanton)
Back again at this friendly spot for an in-the-round show with two great songwriters: local Philly artist Carsie Blanton, who is supposed to be terrific and my good friend Lucy Wainwright Roche. Phoenixville is close to Philly and is a very cute town. 8PM, Tickets $10 in advance, $12 at door.
Sat Jan 26 – ROSENDALE, NY – Rosendale Cafe (w/ Lucy Wainwright Roche)
Sharing another night with Lucy at a great Hudson Valley venue. Rosendale is famous for its music shows and vegetarian food. 8PM, Tickets $10.
Sun Jan 27 – BROOKLYN, NY – Permanent Records (w/ Lucy Wainwright Roche and Andy Friedman)
Afternoon in-store performance at a great new record shop in Greenpoint. The show is in-the-round with two great NYC songwriters: Lucy Wainwright Roche and Andy Friedman. If you have kids and/or don’t get out much at night, come to this! 3PM. Free show.
Up next: February: Virginia, North Carolina, Tennessee, and Georgia.
Amy’s Note: If you want more info on the shows, either Google the name of the venue or go to Rebecca’s page [here]