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Paul Simon Adds Club Dates

Paul Simon has just added a few dates to his spring tour in support of his new album ‘So Beautiful or so what’, and this will give fans the chance to see him in more intimate venues

He recently told Rolling Stone: ‘I'm going to play 3,000 seat theaters and also clubs, I want to play several songs from the new album and music from my repertoire that I either haven't played in concert or have played very seldom. I want to let the band be freer. I'm actually really looking forward to this tour. I'll play a few songs by other people, maybe a couple of Simon and Garfunkel songs. And then late in the evening, who knows, I might pick up my acoustic guitar and sing whatever comes into my mind. That's the fun of clubs, it's looser. I can come at it all from a place that's fresh.’

That sounds very good to me, I’m all for smaller venues and looser shows, although 3,000 is still not exactly intimate for me, and his idea of loose may still be tighter than the average band’s conception of tight

But why I am complaining? In Los Angeles, a date has been added at the Music Box on April 19th, and I may get a ticket! So thanks a lot Iman!.

Here are the seven new dates:

4/17/11 Seattle, WA Showbox at The Market April 1 10:00am Ticketmaster

4/19/11 Los Angeles, CA Music Box April 2 10:00am Ticketmaster

4/27/11 San Francisco, CA The Fillmore April 2 10:00am

5/7/11 Toronto, ON Sound Academy TBA Ticketmaster

5/16/11 Chicago, IL The Vic Theatre April 2 10:00am

5/27/11 Washington DC 9:30 Club April 1 10:00am

6/2/11 Boston, MA House of Blues April 2 10:00am Ticketmaster


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