Lori McKenna and Brandy Clarke are coming to a city near you. In the fall of 2023, two of Nashville’s most revered songwriters will team up for a co-headlining “An Evening with Brandi Clarke & Lori McKenna” tour, hitting Texas on September 28th. Beginning at The Heights in Houston, NY, it travels to theaters across the United States. theater.
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They proceeded to Dallas and New Braunfels, followed by two stops in Knoxville and Chattanooga, Tennessee. They will then travel across the eastern United States, ending the tour on October 15 at Wilbur in McKenna’s hometown of Boston, Massachusetts. Tickets go on sale to the general public on Friday, July 21 at 10am local time.
“So excited to be traveling with my favorite artist and friend @LoriMcKennaMA,” Clark wrote. Tweet. “I am thrilled to present these shows with my friend @thebrandyclark. She is one of my all time favorite singer/songwriters and I know One of the greatest human beings,” McKenna praises. “We’ll exchange songs and stories (maybe even laughter and tears) and visit some places I can’t perform very often. Please join us.”
In addition to their solo work, the duo will also perform songs written for other artists. McKenna has won three Grammy Awards for Best Country Song for writing “Crowded Table” by High Women, “Girl Crush” by Little Big Town and “Humble and Kind” by Tim McGraw. . Her two later songs also won Song of the Year awards at her 2015 and her 2016 CMA Awards respectively. Her hitmaker has released her 12 studio albums since 2000 as her solo artist. her new album 1988 will be released in July 2023.
Kacey Musgraves’ “Follow Your Arrow,” Miranda Lambert’s “Mama’s Broken Heart,” and The Band Perry’s “Better Dig Two” are some of Clarke’s greatest hits. be. She has also released four solo studio albums, with her latest coming in May 2023, a self-titled release. The album features a collaboration with Brandi Carlisle on the deep cut ‘Dear Insecurity’.
A Night With Brandy Clarke And Lori McKenna Tour Dates:
September 28—Houston, TX—The Heights Theater
September 29—Dallas, TX—Kessler Theater
September 30—New Braunfels, Texas—Gruene Hall
October 5—Knoxville, Tennessee—Bijou Theater
October 6—Chattanooga, Tennessee—Walker Theater
October 7—Rocky Mount, Virginia—Harvester Performance Center
October 8—Durham, NC—Durham’s Carolina Theater/Fletcher Hall
October 12—Buffalo, NY—Asbury Hall, Babeville
October 13—Laconia, New Hampshire—Colonial Theater in Laconia
October 14—Northampton, MA—Academy of Music
October 15—Boston, Massachusetts—The Wilbur
Photo courtesy of Victoria Stevens/Courtesy of Sacks and Co.