Eddie Vedder Announces Solo Album, Ukulele Songs, and Tour

April 19, 2011

0.000.aaaeddievedderEddie Vedder will release a new solo album, Ukulele Songs—a collection of original songs and covers performed on ukulele—on Tuesday, May 31st through Pearl Jam's Monkeywrench Records. In support of Ukulele Songs, Eddie will embark on a SOLD OUT month-long U.S. solo tour which kicks off June 15th at Providence's Performing Arts Center and wraps up on July 16th at Seattle’s Benaroya Hall (full tour dates follow).?

Also released on May 31st is Water on the Road, a live-concert DVD directed by Brendan Canty of Fugazi and Christoph Green featuring performances from Vedder’s August 16th and 17th 2008 solo tour engagements at Washington, D.C.'s Warner Theatre. The DVD features a live performance of "You're True" from Ukulele Songs as well as a mix of Pearl Jam catalog, covers, and songs from Vedder’s critically acclaimed, award-winning solo record, Into The Wild.

Eddie Vedder June/July U.S. Tour Dates:? ?
June 15    Providence, RI    Providence Performing Arts Center (PAC)
June 16    Boston, MA    The Wang Theatre
June 18    Hartford, CT    The Bushnell Center for the Performing Arts
June 21    New York, NY    Beacon Theatre
June 22    New York, NY    Beacon Theatre
June 25    Philadelphia, PA    Tower Theatre
June 26    Detroit, MI    Fox Theatre
June 28    Chicago, IL    The Chicago Theatre
June 29    Chicago, IL    The Chicago Theatre
July 1    St. Louis, MO    Fox Theatre
July 2    Minneapolis, MN    Orpheum Theatre
July 5    San Diego, CA    Copley Symphony Hall
July 6    Long Beach, CA    Terrace Theater
July 8    Los Angeles, CA    The Wiltern
July 9    Santa Barbara, CA    Santa Barbara Bowl
July 11    Oakland, CA    The Paramount Theatre
July 12    Oakland, CA    The Paramount Theatre
July 14    Portland, OR    Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall
July 15    Seattle, WA    Benaroya Hall
July 16    Seattle, WA    Benaroya Hall

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