Beth Orton beefs up acoustic North American tour

More dates are added to summer jaunt

Beth Orton beefs up acoustic North American tour
Beth Orton has extended her forthcoming tour of North America, kicking off July 2 in Boston, MA.

The jaunt will see Orton perform acoustically, accompanied by Rob Moose.

The singer is continuing to support last year’s ‘Comfort Of Strangers’, her fourth album. The record was recorded at New York's Sear Sound studio and was produced by Sonic Youth collaborator Jim O’Rourke.

In addition to producing, O’Rourke also played bass, piano and marimba on the record.

The dates are:

Boston, MA Museum on Fine Arts (July 2)
Amagansett, NY Stephens Talkhouse (3)
North Adams, MA Mass MOCA (5)
Rothbury, MI Rothbury Festival (6)
Toronto, ON Music Hall (8)
Montreal, QB Que National (9)
Philadelphia, PA WXPN Fesitval (11)
Brooklyn, NY Celebrate Brooklyn (12)

--By our New York staff.
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