Iron and Wine’s 2011 Fall Tour Dates Announced

July 20, 2011
imgIron and Wine announced a series of Fall 2011 tour dates supporting the latest album, Kiss Each Other Clean, which was recently named a fan favorite for 2011 by NPR listeners. Fall tour stops include Austin City Limits on September 17th and two shows at Terminal 5 in New York City October 12th and 13th, their first appearances since the sold out release show at Radio City Music Hall earlier this year. The second single “Me and Lazarus” follows up the album’s debut and Top 10 radio track, “Tree By The River.”

Fans can find an exclusive 4AD live session by Sam Beam, the front man who goes by the stage name Iron and Wine at The solo acoustic performance includes a handful of songs, including “Tree By The River,” “Biting Your Tail,” “Big Burned Hand,” “Half Moon,” and “Upward Over The Mountain.”

Kiss Each Other Clean, which was No. 2 on the Billboard Charts upon its release January 25th 2011, was produced by Brian Deck and is the fourth studio album from Iron and Wine. Touring with a full 10-piece band, including a horn section and backup singers, Iron and Wine has been selling out shows across the U.S., UK and Europe, gaining critical praise along the way. At a recent outdoor summer concert series in Chicago, IL, Iron and Wine had over 15,000 attendees, shutting down Millennium Park for the first time in history.


July 29          Austin, TX  - Paramount Theater *North American Midwives Alliance Benefit
Sept 8           Vancouver, BC - Vogue
Sept 9           Portland, OR - Pioneer Courthouse Square
Sept 10         Seattle, WA - Paramount Theater
Sept 17         Austin, TX - ACL Festival – Zilker Park
Oct 9            London, UK - Hackney Empire
Oct 10          London, UK  - Shepherds Bush Empire
Oct 12          New York, NY - Terminal 5 (w/openers Low)
Oct 13          New York, NY  - Terminal 5 (w/openers Low Anthem)
Oct 14          Montreal, QC  - Olympia
Oct 15          Toronto, ON  - Sound Academy  

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