Press Release:
Sera Cahoone announces a week of dates with alt-country outfit Son Volt

Posted by Angela Miakoda
March 8, 2017 - 12:32am EST

 

We're extremely excited to announce these new dates today! After a three-week stint with Gregory Alan Isakov, Cahoone will be heading to her home state of Colorado to play a handful of shows with Son Volt. I've got all those dates below, as well as some links to some of the wonderful articles we've seen so far. Sera's full album will be premiering on CBC and NPR March 17th and we'll have more fun coming between now and then so stay tuned! Let me know if you'd like anything from me. 

Noisey premiere of "Up To Me"
American Songwriter premiere of "Only One"
NPR Music's Songs We Love premiere of "Ladybug"
AXS interview on making of album
Elle Magazine's premiere of "Better Woman"



Spring Tour
* - with Gregory Alan Isakov
# - with Son Volt


4/19 - Lawrence, KS / Liberty Hall *
4/20 - Tulsa, OK / The Shrine *
4/22 - Sante Fe, NM / Meow Wolf *
4/23 - Flagstaff, AZ / The Orpheum Theatre *
4/24 - Tucson, AZ / Rialto Theatre *
4/26 - Santa Barbara, CA / Lobero Theatre *
4/27 - Santa Cruz, CA / The Catalyst *
4/28 - Petaluma, CA / McNear's Mystic Theatre *
4/29 - Sacramento, CA / Crest Theatre *
4/30 - Arcata, CA / Humboldt Brews *
5/1 - Eugene, OR / HiFi Music Hall *
5/3 - Vancouver, BC / The Imperial SOLD OUT *
5/4 - Vancouver, BC / The Imperial *
5/5 - Calgary, AB / Commonwealth Bar & Stage *
5/6 - Billings, MT / Pub Station Ballroom *
5/7 - Laramie, WY / Gryphon Theatre *
5/9 -  Boise, ID / The Olympic #
5/10 - SLC, UT / State Theatre #
5/11 - Fort Collins, CO / The Armory #
5/12 - Denver, CO / Bluebird #
5/13 - Boulder, CO / Fox Theatre #
 

MORE INFO ABOUT SERA CAHOONE'S ALBUM
The pedal steel, the fiddle, the hush of a song sung from the heart—the world of American roots music is no stranger to Seattle songwriter Sera Cahoone. After three albums on Sub Pop Records and years at the top of the indie charts, she’s returning to her earliest influences. Growing up, Cahoone's father, a Rocky Mountain dynamite salesman, took the family to mining conferences at old honky-tonks. The sounds she heard there—the twang of country crooners, cowboy boots on peanut shells—have found their way into a new album, From Where I Started (to be released March 24, 2017). It’s an album about falling in and out of love, finding new hope, and learning that the best way to move forward is to remember where you began.


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Daniel Zephyr Cooper

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