Holly Williams Readies Tour, ‘The Tonight Show’ Appearance

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• January 21, 2013

Holly WilliamsSinger-songwriter Holly Williams will make her debut on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno on Jan. 30 to support The Highway, Williams’ third studio album out Feb. 5 on her own imprint Georgiana Records.

Williams will kick off her U.S. tour on Jan. 24 at Joe’s Pub in New York. She will also play Hotel Cafe in Los Angeles on Feb. 6, Nashville’s Belcourt Theatre on Feb. 12 as well as additional tour stops in San Diego, Chicago and other cities.

The Highway was recorded at The Art House in Nashville and produced by Charlie Peacock (The Civil Wars), co-produced by Williams, and engineered and mixed by Richie Biggs, which additional engineering and mixing by Nick Autry and Chuck Ainlay. The 11-track album also features guest vocals from Jackson Browne, Jakob Dylan, Dierks Bentley and Gwyneth Paltrow.

Jan 17–The Square Room–Knoxville, Tenn.
Jan 18-20–30A Songwriter’s Festival–Rosemary Beach, Fla.
Jan 24–Joe’s Pub–New York City
Feb 1–Nashville Ballet–Nashville, Tenn.
Feb 5–Soho Music Club–Santa Barbara, Calif.
Feb 6–Hotel Café–Los Angeles
Feb 7 –The Soda Bar–San Diego
Feb 8–Nutty Jerry’s–Winnie, Texas**
Feb 9–Arlington Music Hall– Arlington, Texas**
Feb 12 –Belcourt Theatre–Nashville, Tenn.
Feb 14–Ruth Eckerd Hall–Clearwater, Fla.*
Feb 15–Van Wezel Performing Arts Hall–Sarasota, Fla.*
Feb 17–Philharmonic PAC–Naples, Fla.*
Feb 18–Kravis PAC–West Palm, Fla.*
Feb 20–The Music Farm–Charleston, S.C.
Feb 21–Red Clay Theatre–Duluth, Ga.
Feb 22–WorkPlay Theatre–Birmingham, Ala.
Mar 6–Lincoln Theatre–Raleigh, N.C.
Mar 7–Evening Muse–Charlotte, N.C.
Mar 8–Grey Eagle Tavern & Music Hall–Asheville, N.C.
Mar 9–Ryman Auditorium–Nashville, Tenn.***
Mar 26–The Ark– Ann Arbor, Mich.
Mar 27 –SPACE–Evanston, Ill.
Mar 28–Meyer Theater–Green Bay, Wis.
Mar 29 –Do317 Lounge–Indianapolis, Ind.
Apr 19–World Café Live–Wilmington, Del.
Apr 21–Tin Angel–Philadelphia, Pa.
Apr 25–Fete Lounge–Providence, R.I.
Apr 26 –Lancaster County Convention Center–Lancaster, Pa.
May 3–New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival–New Orleans, La.
*with Sheryl Crow    **with Loretta Lynn    ***with Indigo Girls

 

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