Nick Lowe Tours


Lowe's Latest
Nick Lowe, the silver haired gentleman troubadour who asked us "What's So Funny 'Bout Peace, Love & Understanding?" embarks on a solo acoustic tour of the United States starting September 17. This is his first US tour since 2004, and Lowe will be spotlighting his charming new release, At My Age, a top flight set of classy pop ditties that includes some unearthed gems from The Uniques and country greats Farron Young and Charlie Feathers. With any luck, Lowe will dip into his voluminous back catalog for some Brinsley Schwarz and Rockpile treasures. Ron Sexsmith will open for Lowe September 17 through October 2 except for September 19.


September 17 - Birchmere - Alexandria, VA
September 18 - World Cafe Live - Philadelphia, PA
September 19 - World Financial Center - New York, NY
September 20 - Somerville Theatre - Somerville, MA
September 22 - Club Soda - Montreal, QC
September 24 - Mod Theater - Toronto, ON
September 25 - The Ark - Ann Arbor, MI
September 27 - Park West - Chicago, IL
September 28 - Shank Hall - Milwaukee, WI
September 29 - Fine Line - Minneapolis, MN
October 2 - Safari Sam's - Los Angeles, CA
October 5 - Great American Music Hall - San Francisco, CA
October 6 - Golden Gate Park - San Francisco, CA
October 8 - The Aladdin - Portland, OR
October 9 - Northshore PAC - Bothell, WA
October 10 - Richard's on Richard - Vancouver, BC

[Published on: 8/2/07]

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willm1 Thu 8/2/2007 10:27AM
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fukjambands Thu 8/2/2007 11:29AM
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snappy Thu 8/2/2007 11:44AM
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Look up. What does it say? "Go see LIVE music." That's the broad, open-minded range JamBase shoots for. That openness is what first built the jam scene and allows it to grow & value new things like say a brilliant singer-songwriter touring for the first time in years.

AdCo Thu 8/2/2007 01:17PM
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right on snap.

fukjambands Thu 8/2/2007 01:34PM
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apaloosa starstarstarstarstar Thu 8/2/2007 01:49PM
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awesome jambase! and I really mean it, not like the rest of these people who feel so compelled to comment and add their misery to a situation flourishing without it. thanks for the heads up on tour dates by such a talented songwriter, I've wanted to see him for a while now and philly is right down the road! and anytime you want to post kelly clarkson dates go right ahead!

people become critics because they have no talent themselves and because it is easier to point out in anothers work what is "wrong" than taking a good hard look in the mirror and seeing themselves for what they are.

sunnbear Thu 8/2/2007 02:04PM
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It's Cruel to Be Kind!

nanatod Thu 8/2/2007 02:07PM
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I think that a lot of people on this board would appreciate Nick Lowe more if they knew that he played bass for Ry Cooder prior to Cooder's Buena Vista Social Club project, and that Lowe used to be married to Johnny Cash's stepdaughter, Carlene Carter. And that among the people who covered Lowe's song on a Lowe tribute album was Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, who headlined bonnaroo last year. And that Lowe was playing rockabilly in the late 1970's with British guitar hero Dave Edmunds...

crazyleggedelbow starstarstarstarstar Thu 8/2/2007 11:52PM
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‹^› ‹(•¿•)› ‹^› {¬¿¬} starstarstarstarstar Fri 8/3/2007 05:57AM
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nick lowes cd is pretty country sounding. It has appeal for people over 50 the most I think. Its brilliant to see everyone realizes its not a jamband, but so what? Jambase is including all LIVE music, so that people can broaden their horizons.
its nothing new to see articles on any artist here, why so shocked?

‹^› ‹(•¿•)› ‹^› {¬¿¬} starstarstarstarstar Fri 8/3/2007 09:41AM
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nick lowe played bass on bill kirchens cd hammer of the honky tonk gods.. bills cd is very good modern country, pretty old school, even his lyrics are amusing.
Nicks cd is more like countryish, like modern country for older people? ah well. it is interesting to see articles about artists that are very obscure especially to younger people. I learn from my work in radio, and jambase is helpful sometimes in my research.

nuke_ticketbastard starstarstar Fri 8/3/2007 12:16PM
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ok i do understand the " community guidelines " except i don't know what a " flame war " is ????
that being said , i just have to say to fukjambands and crazyleggedelbow - what makes you think that your opinions are anything more than worthless piles of shit????
you obviously don't know anything about nick lowe or johnny cashs stepdaughter so why even bother filling everybody elses lives with your " opinions " ?

mhc10 Sat 8/4/2007 02:53AM
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fukjambands, Jambase does post setlists of Taylor Hicks, there is your American Idol.
Nick Lowe is GREAT!!!!!!
Expand your listening pleasures

mhc10 Sat 8/4/2007 02:56AM
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Sorry, wrong site, post setlists of Taylor Hicks. That's not the poit though, try listening to Nick Lowe. Who knows? You may actually like it.

tekla Tue 8/7/2007 11:11AM
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Always like Nick. Rockpile was one of the best live bands I ever saw. And his solo stuff has a wide range to it from straight up rock, to lounge, to country.