10x GRAMMY-nominee Brandy Clark will embark on her international “The Art of the Storyteller Tour” this summer with headline dates in the U.S. and Europe. See below for the complete itinerary. Tickets are on sale now.
Clark also performed as part of “CMT Crossroads: LeAnn Rimes & Friends” in celebration of Rimes’ 25th career anniversary. In addition to Clark and Rimes, the all-female event lineup also featured Ashley McBryde, Carly Pearce and Mickey Guyton performing songs from throughout Rimes’ career.
The performances add to a landmark year for Clark, who was nominated for two awards at the 64th Annual GRAMMY Awards: Song of the Year (“A Beautiful Noise” performed by Alicia Keys and Brandi Carlile) and Best American Roots Performance (“Same Devil” featuring Carlile).
A ten-time GRAMMY nominee and CMA Awards “Song of the Year” recipient, Clark is one of her
generation’s most respected and celebrated songwriters and musicians.
Her songs include Kacey Musgraves’ “Follow Your Arrow,” Miranda Lambert’s “Mama’s Broken Heart,” The Band Perry’s “Better Dig Two” and Hailey Whitter’s “Ten Year Town.” Her past three solo albums—2020’s Your Life is a Record, 2016’s Big Day in a Small Town and 2013’s 12 Stories—each garnered immense critical acclaim landing on “Best of the Year” lists at New York Magazine, Billboard, NPR Music Entertainment Weekly, Rolling Stone, Stereogum, etc. NPR Music calls her, “a storyteller of the highest caliber,” Rolling Stone asserts, “a country visionary…the consolation of a beautiful voice delivering a well-built song, cold truth rising from it like fog off dry ice,” while Slate declares, “one of the greatest living short-story-song writers in country (which really means in any genre)” and The New Yorker praises, “No one is writing better country songs than Brandy Clark is”.
“THE ART OF THE STORYTELLER TOUR”
June 17—Montgomery, NY—City Winery
June 18—Holyoke, MA—Race Street Live
June 20—Homer, NY—Center for the Arts Homer
June 21—Toronto, ON—Great Hall
June 23—Ann Arbor, MI—The Ark
June 24—Gary, IN—Hard Rock Casino
June 25—Minneapolis, MN—Dakota
August 28—Lutterworth, UK—The Long Road
August 29—Bristol, UK—St. George’s
August 31—London, UK—Indigo at the O2
September 1—Manchester, UK—RNCM Concert Hall
September 3—Dublin, Ireland—Whelan’s
September 4—Glasgow, UK—Old Fruitmarket
September 6—Sunderland, UK—The Fire Station
September 8—Amsterdam, Netherlands—Melkweg Upstairs
September 9—Hamburg, Germany—Nochtwache
September 10—Copenhagen, Denmark—Vega Small Hall
September 12—Oslo, Norway—Parkteatret
September 13—Stockholm, Sweden—Bryggarsale