Holly Bowling Announces 2017 Fall Tour & Shares ‘Music Nerdery’ Video

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Pianist Holly Bowling will keep busy over the next few weeks with performances surrounding Phish’s “Baker’s Dozen” residency in New York City and other gigs in the Northeast. Bowling recently added a dozen shows to her touring schedule, as she announced the first batch of Fall Tour dates.

Holly Bowling will begin Fall Tour with a set at The Triple Door in Seattle on September 5 followed by a show at Berkeley’s Back Room on September 8 and a performance as a member of Phil Lesh & Friends with Bob Weir at the Sound Summit Festival on September 9. Bowling is also scheduled to play the Last Sierra Hoedown and two nights at Old Church in Portland, Oregon later in the month.

In October, Bowling is currently slated to start the month at Eddie’s Attic in Atlanta on the 10th. From there, she plays two nights at Isis in Asheville on October 13 and 14. Holly returns to the Ardmore Music Hall near Philadelphia on October 18 and plays Stage One in Fairfield, Connecticut on October 19. The pianist also announced a show at Narrows Center in Fall River, Massachusetts on October 20 and a gig at Albany’s Whisper Dome on October 21.

Holly also shared the latest installment of her Music Nerdery video series. In the new clip, the pianist explains how she interprets “Colonel Forbin’s Ascent” as she prepares for Gamehendge performances at The Cutting Room in New York City, watch:

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