About Dawn Landes
Dawn’s music comes from the mouth, mind and hands of New York-based singer-songwriter Dawn Landes. Reminiscent of the raw traditionalism of Woody Guthrie and the experimental alt-folk lyricism of artists like Joanna Newsome, the Louisville KY native plays a variety of instruments (8-dollar guitars! pink accordions! glockenspiels! optigons!).
Whether she’s performing by herself or with accomplices (members of the bands Hem and The Earlies), her live show brings moving silence to the crowd and has caught the attention of a number of popular touring artists who’ve taken her on the road. In addition to her gig performing with Rounder recording artists Hem (backing vocals and Glockenspiel), Dawn has supported the likes of Jose Gonzalez, Suzanne Vega, Le Tigre, Rainer Maria, Andrew Bird, Feist, M83, Josh Ritter, Jane Siberry and Shannon Wright.
Dawn recently finished her second full-length album “Fireproof” which will be released May 29th 2007 in Europe by Fargo Records. it’s available exclusively in the US through cdbaby and iTunes. Dawn’s first self-recorded and self-produced album “Dawn’s Music” is now available in Europe through UK label Boyscout Records, and can be purchased in America if you go to a show (or online iTunes or cdbaby.com). Boy Scout also released an EP called “Two Three Four” in Europe summer 2006. Dawn will be touring Europe in May 2007 so be sure to check back for tour dates.
Oh, we almost forgot! Dawn’s day job is as a recording engineer, working with such renowned artists as Hem, Philip Glass, Joseph Arthur and Ryan Adams.
The Raconteurs added a handful of dates to their upcoming fall tour of North America.
The Avett Brothers confirmed six new November 2019 tour dates.
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The 2019 Grand Point North lineup has been expanded with the addition of Gov’t Mule and a Warren Haynes & Grace Potter acoustic set.
Legendary artists Neil Young and Bob Dylan dueted for the first time in 25 years last night at Nowlan Park in Kilkenny, Ireland where the pair performed “Will The Circle Be Unbroken.”