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Pete Yorn To Release Back And Fourth June 23, US Tour Kicks Off in July

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Singer/songwriter will release his first studio album in three years on June 23 and has already lined up dates for a headlining tour in support of Back and Fourth

Back and Fourth was produced by Mike Mogis, who has worked with Conor Oberst's Bright Eyes and Rilo Kiley.  Columbia co-chairman and famed producer Rick Rubin also provided guidance to Yorn and Mogis during sessions for the album.  The album was recorded in Omaha, Nebraska, where Oberst's indie enterprise began.

Yorn will be backed on tour by '90s indie sensation Jonny Polonsky, who also played on the album, Joey Kennedy on keys, Scott Seiver on drums, Mark Noseworthy and Zak Schaffer on guitar.

Yorn is currently on the road supporting Coldplay, but leaves that tour June 4.  That's a shame, too.  I had tickets to see them in Birmingham but because of, as Chris Martin of Coldplay later referred to them, "parking shenanigans," I was able to see only the final song of Yorn's performance.  I now have tickets to the June 6 Coldplay show in Nashville, by which time Yorn will have been replaced by Snow Patrol.  That will be fun, too.  It would have been nice to see them both.

Back And Fourth Complete Tracklisting
1. Don't Wanna Cry
2. Paradise Cove
3. Close
4. Social Development Dance
5. Shotgun
6. Last Summer
7. Thinking Of You
8. Country
9. Four Years
10. Long Time Nothing New

Back And Fourth US Tour Dates
July 09 San Diego CA – House of Blues
July 10 Anaheim, CA – House of Blues
July 11 Tucson, AZ -Rialto Theatre
July 13 Austin, TX -La Zona Rosa
July 14 Houston, TX – Meridian
July 16 Nashville, TN – Cannery Ballroom
July 17 Atlanta, GA – CW Center Stage
July 20 Washington, DC – 930 Club
July 21 Baltimore, MD – Ram's Head
July 25 Philadelphia, PA – XPN Radio Show – Wiggins Waterfront Park
July 26 Boston, MA – House of Blues
July 28 New York, NY – Webster Hall
July 29 New York, NY – Webster Hall
August 02 Pontiac, MI – Clutch Cargos
August 03 Chicago, IL – Park West
August 04 Chicago, IL – Park West
August 07 Kansas City, KS – Harrah's Voodoo Lounge
August 08 Council Bluffs, IA – Whiskey Roadhouse at Horseshoe Casino
August 09 St. Louis, MO – Pageant
August 12 Minneapolis MN Fine Line Music Cafe
August 13 Minneapolis MN Fine Line Music Cafe
August 15 Denver, CO – Ogden Theatre
August 16 Salt Lake City, UT – Murray Theater
August 21 Vancouver, BC – Venue
August 22 Portland. OR – Roseland Theater
August 24 San Francisco, CA – The Fillmore
August 27 Los Angeles, CA – Henry Fonda Theatre
August 28 Los Angeles, CA – Henry Fonda Theatre

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