Posted in music | tour dates on November 9, 2010

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Iron & Wine

Iron & Wine kick off a US tour on Saturday (11/13) with a show in St Louis at The Pageant. It's a short trip that will be followed by a two month break. Post-break, Samuel Beam and band will play two big US album release shows before heading to Europe for a tour. Those two 2011 US shows are January 26th at The Wiltern in LA with the Low Anthem, and January 29th at Radio City Music Hall with Edie Brickell. Tickets for the NYC show go on AMEX presale Wednesday, 11/10, at 11am, and then go on regular sale Friday at 11am.

Iron & Wine's new LP, Kiss Each Other Clean, will be released on January 25th (one day before the LA show) via Warner Brothers (and 4AD in Europe, Japan, and Australia). And,

Kiss Each Other Clean's opening track, "Walking Far From Home," will be released on 12" vinyl and as a CD single that is sold exclusively through independent retailers in conjunction with "Back to Black Friday" on November 26th, in which independent record stores will be the only source for several exclusive new releases across the country.
"Back To Black Friday" is a new initiative by the people behind Record Store Day. Basically they'll be releasing exclusive records now on Black Friday (the day after Thanksgiving/the businest shopping day of the year) in addition to on Record Store Day which takes place in April.

The Iron and Wine single will also be available digitally on 11/30. In addition, 4AD will release two of those songs as a 7" on 1/17/11. Check out the teaser trailer and tracklist for the LP, as well as all tour dates below...

Iron & Wine - Kiss Each Other Clean

Track listing for Kiss Each Other Clean:
1. Walking Far From Home
2. Me And Lazarus
3. Tree By The River
4. Monkeys Uptown
5. Half Moon
6. Rabbit Will Run
7. Godless Brother In Love
8. Big Burned Hand
9. Glad Man Singing
10. Your Fake Name Is Good Enough For Me

November 13, 2010 St Louis, MO The Pageant
November 14, 2010 Memphis, TN Minglewood Hall
November 15, 2010 Asheville, NC The Orange Peel
November 16, 2010 Atlanta, GA Variety Playhouse
November 17, 2010 Jacksonville, FL Florida Theatre
November 18, 2010 Miami Beach, FL Fillmore Miami Beach
November 19, 2010 Tallahassee, FL The Moon
November 20, 2010 New Orleans, LA House Of Blues
November 21, 2010 Houston, TX Fitzgeralds
January 26, 2011 Los Angeles, CA The Wiltern w/ The Low Anthem
January 29, 2011 New York, NY Radio City Music Hall w/ Edie Brickell
February 2, 2011 Stockholm, Sweden Debaser Medis
February 3, 2011 Oslo, Norway Rockefeller
February 4, 2011 Gothenborg, Sweden Tradgarn
February 5, 2011 Aarhus, Denmark Voxhall
February 6, 2011 Copenhagen, Denmark Vega
February 7, 2011 Hamburg, Germany Fabrik
February 8, 2011 Berlin, Germany Berghain
February 9, 2011 Koln, Germany Gloria
February 10, 2011 Vienna, Austria WUK
February 11, 2011 Munchen, Germany Freiheizhalle
February 12, 2011 Bologna, Italy Locomotiv
February, 13, 2011 Zurich, Switzerland El Lokal (Theater)
February 14, 2011 Frankfurt, Germany Mousonturm
February 15, 2011 Amsterdam, The Netherlands Paradiso
February 16, 2011 Brussels, Belgium Ancienne Belgique
February 17, 2011 Paris, France Alhambra
March 08, 2011 London, UK Roundhouse
March 9, 2011 Brighton, UK Corn Exchange
March 10, 2011 Birmingham, UK Town Hall
March 11, 2011 Edinburgh, UK HMV Picturehouse
March 12, 2011 Liverpool, UK Philharmonic Hall
March 14, 2011 Dublin, IE Olympia
March 15, 2011 Manchester, UK Academy 2
March 16, 2011 Gateshead, UK Sage
March 17, 2011 Leeds, UK Metropolitan University



Comments (31)

When did he become big enough to play Radio City Music Hall. His first few records sounded different, but now he's sounding a bit dated....

Posted by Anonymous | November 9, 2010 3:36 PM

snoozefest. No way he's selling out Radio City!

Posted by Anonymous | November 9, 2010 3:43 PM

I love Iron & Wine, but Radio City definately feels like a stretch.

Posted by Anonymous | November 9, 2010 3:51 PM

dated? What does dated mean in this context?

Posted by Anonymous | November 9, 2010 3:59 PM

This show will be 100 times better than the one at Terminal 5 for obvious reasons, and tickets will be going for less than $10 the week of the show.

Posted by Anonymous | November 9, 2010 4:07 PM


i saw him when he did a in-store @ other music and it was wonderful. would like to see him and the full band at this gig.

Posted by Anonymous | November 9, 2010 4:11 PM

Dated like...
Basement Jaxx
Squirrel Nut Zippers
Edie Brickell (where'd they dig her up?)

Posted by Anonymous | November 9, 2010 4:22 PM

I recall seeing him at Maxwell's and was yelling at people not to talk. Douche!

Posted by Anonymous | November 9, 2010 4:30 PM

I was at maxwells and I dont remember anyone but the crowd telling people to shut up....whatever, his music so forgetable and boring. Maybe thats what 'dated' means. but i like forgetable.

Posted by Anonymous | November 9, 2010 4:40 PM

Shave already. This frown mustache has to go. This genre is the new emo.

Posted by Anonymous | November 9, 2010 4:57 PM


Posted by soysalami | November 9, 2010 4:57 PM

I feel bad for his promoter guy on the Radio City gig. He won't even be able to fill half that place. Someone will get penalized for sure. He should've just stuck with Mercury Lounge.

Posted by Anonymous | November 9, 2010 5:02 PM

A couple of years ago he played an old theater on the Lower East Side and it was great. Maybe 200 people in the room. But he's going to get lost in Radio City which holds over 5000. Hopefully, this show will be downgraded when tickets aren't even half sold.

Posted by Anonymous | November 9, 2010 5:14 PM

He sold out T5, Radio City won't be THAT much of a stretch. I mean if The Gaslight Anthem can play there and have one of the mezzanine's empty, this dude (and his beard) can.

Posted by Anonymous | November 9, 2010 5:21 PM

Ha ha, Gaslight Anthem. I saw that, too. Who the hell listens to that shit. Seriously, what a joke.

Posted by Anonymous | November 9, 2010 5:33 PM

Iron and Whyne! Iron and Yawn!

Posted by anon | November 9, 2010 5:44 PM

Yeah I have a hard time believing this dude can fill Radio City. What a fucking bore. Who likes this crap?

Posted by Anonymous | November 9, 2010 6:26 PM

I like this and really don't give a flying fuck if you idiots think that a)it will sell out or not, b)it's good, or c)it's dated, boring, too much beard, too complex and thoughtful for your primitive cerebra, blah, blah, blah, etc.

Shut up.

Posted by Anonymous | November 9, 2010 7:08 PM

yeah look at the dates you dildos. probably REAL worried what the fuck you think. You'll always be a loser. He'll never be.

Posted by Anonymous | November 9, 2010 10:02 PM

I love this guy but I think he does terribly with the bigger venues. the last good show of his I saw was at webster hall like five years ago. the next time I saw him at town hall was just not as good (also? sitting at a concert? not usually a recipe for the fun). I would love to see him do a series of more intimate shows at a way smaller venue.

Posted by emma | November 10, 2010 7:53 AM

he should play that theater on the LES again, that was awesome. the henry st project, i think? good for him, though.

Posted by Anonymous | November 10, 2010 8:16 AM

Radio City shows are fine when it's Radiohead, but not Iron & Wine. Why wouldn't he play Bowery? Very odd. I predict this show being half, if not less full.

Posted by Anonymous | November 10, 2010 12:06 PM

Seriously, why Radio City? I like this guy & agree with the 12:06. Why not Bowery Ballroom? And - another BIG WHY? Why the hell with Edie Brickell? Who the fuck cares about her? C'mon dude, make better decisions on who you play with.

Posted by Anonymous | November 10, 2010 12:13 PM

maybe because she is married to paul simon and he wants to be friendly with him.

Posted by Anonymous | November 10, 2010 12:18 PM

^^ Oh, that's a good way to ruin a good show.

Posted by Anonymous | November 10, 2010 1:58 PM

If you try and buy tickets, it looks like he has already sold over half the venue all you haters should get lost

Posted by brandon | November 12, 2010 1:45 PM

Haters be hatin'!!! Why waste your time posting negativity. If you don't like Iron and Wine then don't go to the show or click on the link to read about the new album! I LOVE LOVE LOVE Sam Beam and am seriously thinking about buying a plane ticket from Chicago to see him at RCMH. If he doesn't sell out I would be shocked.

Posted by anonymous | November 12, 2010 2:30 PM

most of the orchestra already sold out, as well as the 1st mezz, atleast all the good seats

Posted by suggit | November 12, 2010 7:09 PM

Everyone here knows he sold Radio City out.....right??

Posted by Callyourboys | January 30, 2011 5:37 PM

Yup, sure. "Sold out". They gave away probably over 1000 tickets through various media outlets and list spots.

Posted by Anonymous | January 30, 2011 5:48 PM

"Edie Brickell (where'd they dig her up?)."

Rickie Lee Jones collaborated fairly recently with Current 93 - that was just as weird a disconnect. Artists are weird.

Posted by Crosseyed Sniper | January 30, 2011 5:57 PM

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