Jenny O. To Join Rodriguez On U.S. Tour

Rodriguez-JennyO[Los Angeles, CA, March 21 2013] Jenny O. released her debut album Automechanic on February 5th to much critical acclaim. LA Weekly named her one of 2013’s “artists that are about to blow up,” the LA Times called the record one of their most anticipated this year and non-comm stations across the country have been spinning the album including KCRW, KCSN, KUTX, WTMD and many more. Produced by Jonathan Wilson (Dawes, Father John Misty, Bonnie ‘Prince’ Billy) and recorded in Los Angeles, Automechanic was inspired by her love for classic automobiles and the romantic dedication people have to fixing them. Throughout the album O. uses auto-repair as a metaphor for self-sufficiency. Now she’ll head out as support on the Rodriguez tour. Rodriguez was the subject of the Oscar-winning documentary “Searching For Sugar Man.”

Whether conjuring up Stevie Nicks on the groove laden “Good Love” or Dusty Springfield on the gut wrenching ballad “Opposite Island,” one thing is clear- Jenny O. is a timeless and authentic singer-songwriter, the kind that only appears every so often. Jenny O.’s songs have appeared in television shows “True Blood” and “Wilfred,” in Toyota and Subaru commercials and used by J.Crew and Target for marketing initiatives. Jenny was also invited to appear on the Buddy Holly tribute album Rave On alongside the Black Keys, Paul McCartney and Fiona Apple. Jenny has opened tours for Father John Misty, Rodriguez, Leon Russell, Ben Harper and Dave Matthew’s Caravan.

#Rodriguez Tour
*Chuck Reagan Revival Tour

APR 7 Beacon Theatre New York, NY#
APR 8 Keswick Theatre Glenside, PA#
APR 9 House Of Blues Chicago, IL*
APR 10 Turner Hall Ballroom Milwaukee, WI*
APR 11 Varsity Theater Minneapolis, MN*
APR 12 The Granada Lawrence, KS*
APR 13 The Summit Music Hall Denver, CO*
APR 14 Aggie Theatre Fort Collins, CO*
APR 15 Pink Garter Theatre Jackson Hole, WY*
APR 16 Knitting Factory Boise, ID*
APR 17 Vogue Theatre Vancouver, BC*
APR 18 Showbox at The Market Seattle, WA*
APR 19 Aladdin Theater Portland, OR*
APR 20 Great American Music Hall San Francisco, CA*
APR 21 Belly Up Solano Beach, CA*
APR 22 Observatory Santa Ana, CA*
APR 23 El Rey Theatre Los Angeles, CA*
APR 25 Neptune Theater Seattle, WA#
APR 27 Roseland Theatre Portland, OR#
APR 29 The Complex Salt Lake City, UT#
APR 30 1st Bank Center Broomfield, CO#
MAY 3 AT&T PAC Dallas, TX#
MAY 4 Frank Erwin Center Austin, TX#
MAY 5 Warehouse Live Houston, TX#
MAY 7 Tipitina’s French Quarter New Orleans, LA#
MAY 9 Ferguson Hall Tampa, FL#
MAY 11 Variety Playhouse Atlanta, GA #
MAY 13 Ryman Auditorium Nashville, TN#
MAY 15 Fitzgerald Theatre St. Paul, MN#
MAY 17 Arie Corwn Theatre Chicago, IL#
MAY 18 Masonic Temple Theatre Detroit, MI#

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