Mountain Man Announces North American Summer Tour

I’ll be honest—I hadn’t heard Mountain Man until about an hour ago. But, golly gee whiz, I do believe I have fallen in love! By listening to their latest album, Made the Harbor, for the past hour I feel like I’ve been transported from this rainy afternoon in a New York office building to a sunny summer afternoon on my grandma’s porch on the prairie.  (Well, I guess she actually lives in the woods, but in this daydream it’s a prairie.) The ladies of this lovely trio have some of the most angelic voices I have ever heard, and their sweet melodies about things like rivers, loons, and honey bees will be the perfect soundtrack to all of your summer activities!

Check out "Play It Right" here and I dare you to not hum that tune for the rest of the day.

From the band: "We will be singing in your town soon and would love to say hello, eat some greens or meet your parents. Take us up on any or every invitation, but in the words of The Boss, 'Rosie, come out tonight!'"


July 08 Winnipeg MB – Winnipeg Folk Festival

July 09 Winnipeg MB – Winnipeg Folk Festival

July 10 Minneapolis MN – Cedar Cultural Center [Free Patio Show]

July 11 Milwaukee WI – Cactus Club

July 12 Chicago IL – Schubas

July 13 Lawrence KS – The Bottleneck*

July 15 Santa Fe NM – Brewing Co Patio*

July 16 Denver CO – Larimer Lounge

July 18 Telluride CO – Sheridan Opera House* 

July 21 St Louis MO – Firebird

July 23 Indianapolis IN – Radio Radio

July 24 Pittsburgh PA – Club Café

July 25 Philadelphia PA – Chapel at First Unitarian

July 26 Arlington VA – IOTA Club and Cafe

July 28 New York NY – Mercury Lounge

July 29 Hudson NY – Club Helsinki

July 30 Northampton MA – Iron Horse

July 31 Newport RI – Newport Folk Festival

*With Blind Pilot

Tagged in: women in music, woman musicians, Winnipeg Folk Festival, Summer 2011 Tour Dates, Newport Folk Festival, Mountain Man   

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