Aimee Mann Gears Up For Fall Tour

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Renowned singer-songwriter Aimee Mann is preparing to launch a September/October tour that will begin with three nights of performing at the Dakota Jazz Club in Minneapolis on September 13th.

Mann’s latest tour will not only include selections from her wide-ranging musical catalog, which began with her first solo album Whatever in 1993, but will feature never-before-heard songs from an upcoming musical she’s been writing. The musical is based on Mann’s 2005 The Forgotten Arm, a concept record which narrates the lives of two complex characters as they fall in love and take a road trip across America.

Combining her established hits and showcasing her newest material, Mann and her three-piece band will make stops along their two-month gig in Chicago, Ann Arbor, Pittsburgh, Atlanta and Nashville, as Mann tries to uphold People Magazine’s acclaim in response to her most recent album, @#%&! Smilers: “trends may come and go, but real artists, like this singer-songwriter remain.”

Check out a complete listing of tour dates below.

9/13 Minneapolis, MN The Dakota Jazz Club

9/14 Minneapolis, MN The Dakota Jazz Club

9/15 Minneapolis, MN The Dakota Jazz Club

9/17 Schaumburg, IL Prairie Center For The Arts

9/18 Chicago, IL Old Town School of Folk

9/19 Chicago, IL Old Town School of Folk

9/21 Ann Arbor, MI The Ark

9/22 Pittsburgh, PA Hazlett

9/24 Asheville, NC The Orange Peel

9/25 Atlanta, GA The Variety Playhouse

9/26 Knoxville, TN The Bijou Theater

9/28 Nashville, TN The Belcourt

9/29 Tuscaloosa, AL The Bama Theatre

10/1 Los Angeles, CA Largo at The Coronet

10/7 San Francisco, CA Yoshi’s

10/8 San Francisco, CA Yoshi’s

10/9 San Francisco, CA Yoshi’s

10/10 Napa, CA Uptown Theater


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  1. Long time fan since the Til Tuesday days, i saw Their show in 86 in Tampa and later her solo show in Norfolk, Very much a fan of your songwriting and gracious delivery. Will love to have you in one of my little festivals in Virginia soon…Peace…Sammy

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