Andrew W.K. announces Calder Quartet tour

Rocker to play piano on upcoming outing

Andrew W.K. announces Calder Quartet tour
Andrew WK is set to perform on solo piano with the Calder Quartet on an upcoming tour of North America.

The rocker and the Quartet have teamed up to perform a collaborative show, after first getting together at the Wordless Music Series in New York City last year.

W.K. ’s piano performances on the outing will be inspired by his new solo piano album ‘55 Cadillac’ which will be released on September 8.

The dates are:

Brookline, MA Coolidge Corner Theater (September 29)
Washington, DC Sixth & I Synagogue (30)
Chicago, IL Lakeshore Theatre (October 1)
New York, NY Joe's Pub (2)
Toronto, ON Trinity St. Paul's Church (4)
San Francisco, CA The Swedish American Hall (7)
Los Angeles, CA Largo (8)


--By our New York staff.
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