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Tour News: Tift Merritt heads out to support new album, Another Country

Tift Merritt is hitting the road in Spring 2008. Merritt is supporting her upcoming Fantasy label album release, Another Country, which hit stores Feb. 26, 2008.


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Tift Merritt is hitting the road this spring in the United States.

Merritt is supporting her upcoming Fantasy label album release, Another Country, which hits stores Feb. 26, 2008. Merritt's spring 2008 tour dates, cities and locations are:

March 17: Philadelphia, Johnny Brenda's

March 18: Northampton, Mass., Iron Horse

March 19: New York, Mercury Lounge

March 21: Alexandria, Va., Birchmere

March 22: Durham, N.C., Carolina Theater

March 28: New Orleans, Parish/HOB

March 29: Pittsburgh, Club Cafe

March 30: Ashland, Ky., Mountain Stage/Paramount Theater

April 1:Toronto, El Mocambo

April 2: Ann Arbor, Mich., Ark

April 4: Chicago, Schubas

April 5: Madison, Wis., High Noon Saloon

April 6: Minneapolis, Cedar Cultural Center

April 8: Denver, Bluebird Theater

April 11: Vancouver, Plaza

April 12: Portland, Ore., Doug Fir Lounge

April 13: Seattle, Tractor Tavern

April 15 : San Francisco, Great American Music Hall

April 17: Los Angeles, Troubador

April 18: San Diego, Anthology

April 19: Tucson, Ariz., Plush

April 21: Austin, Texas, Parish

April 22: Dallas, Cambridge Room

April 24: Atlanta, Five Spot

April 26: Wilkeboro, N.C., Merlefest

After two records and a Grammy nomination, Merritt took hiatus with a piano in Paris.

Merritt’s debut, Bramble Rose, earned spots on both Time Magazine and the New Yorker’s year-end Top Ten lists. Tambourine, her Grammy-nominated sophomore album, earned numerous accolades from press and fans. Merritt's Austin City Limits television performance was released on DVD in October of 2007.

Another Country was written by Tift Merritt, produced by George Drakoulias, and recorded by David Bianco. The players include guitarists Charlie Sexton and Doug Pettibone and Tift’s longtime band, Zeke Hutchins (drums), Jay Brown (bass) and Danny Eisenberg (keyboards).