Up-and-coming folkster Joshua Radin will stake his claim on the roads this fall with a new two-leg tour of the United States and Canada.
The singer-songwriter kicks off his late-year run on September 9 at NorVa in Norfolk, VA, and concludes his first round of performances at the end of the month, on September 26 at High Noon Saloon in Madison, WI. Radin’s next batch of national concerts picks up October 28 at Henry Fonda Theater in Los Angeles, CA, and concludes November 22 at the House of Blues in Boston, MA.
Other highlights on the coast-to-coast itinerary include stops on September 24 at the House of Blues in Chicago, IL; November 5 at Bluebird Theater in Denver, CO; and November 19 at Webster Hall in New York, NY.
In full, the musician will visit more than 30 markets across the country, as well as a couple cities in Canada. His concerts north of the border are booked for September 15 at La Tulipe in Montreal, QC, and September 16 at Opera House Concert Venue in Toronto, ON.
Radin is still promoting his sophomore album, “Simple Times,” which dropped in September 2008. The record earned Radin his first ever spot on the Billboard 200 with its No. 34 debut. The effort also peaked at No. 2 on the Independent and Digital album charts and No. 10 on the Rock Albums chart.
The 35-year-old musician made his debut just three years ago with 2006’s “We Were Here,” which peaked at No. 34 on Billboard‘s Top Heatseekers listing. Since launching his musical career, Radin has received a couple big boosts to his popularity with endorsements from actor Zach Braff and comedienne Ellen DeGeneres.
Joshua Radin itinerary:
(Dates are subject to change.)
|September 9||Norfolk, VA||NorVa|
|September 11||Albany, NY||Linda Norris Auditorium|
|September 12||New Haven, CT||Toad’s Place|
|September 13||South Burlington, VT||Higher Ground|
|September 15||Montreal, QC||La Tulipe|
|September 16||Toronto, ON||Opera House Concert Venue|
|September 18||Pittsburgh, PA||Diesel Club Lounge|
|September 19||Cleveland, OH||Beachland Ballroom & Tavern|
|September 20||Columbus, OH||The Basement|
|September 22||Indianapolis, IN||Birdy’s|
|September 23||Detroit, MI||St. Andrews Hall|
|September 24||Chicago, IL||House of Blues|
|September 25||Minneapolis, MN||Pantages Theatre|
|September 26||Madison, WI||High Noon Saloon|
|October 28||Los Angeles, CA||Henry Fonda Theater|
|October 29||San Francisco, CA||Great American Music Hall|
|October 30||Portland, OR||Aladdin Theater|
|November 1||Seattle, WA||Neumos|
|November 2||Spokane, WA||Knitting Factory Concert House|
|November 3||Boise, ID||Knitting Factory Concert House|
|November 5||Denver, CO||Bluebird Theater|
|November 6||Lawrence, KS||Granada Theatre|
|November 7||St. Louis, MO||Blueberry Hill’s Duck Room|
|November 8||Birmingham, AL||WorkPlay Theatre|
|November 10||St. Petersburg, FL||The State Theatre|
|November 11||Ft. Lauderdale, FL||Culture Room|
|November 13||Orlando, FL||The Social|
|November 14||Atlanta, GA||Center Stage|
|November 15||Raleigh, NC||Lincoln Theatre|
|November 17||Washington, DC||Sixth & I Historic Synagogue|
|November 19||New York, NY||Webster Hall|
|November 20||Philadelphia, PA||Trocadero Theatre|
|November 21||Montclair, NJ||Wellmont Theatre|
|November 22||Boston, MA||House of Blues|