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Band of Horses to Release "Acoustic at the Ryman"; Announces String of Acoustic Dates

Image courtesy of BandOfHorses.com (via ABC News Radio)
Image courtesy of BandOfHorses.com (via ABC News Radio)

Band of Horses has revealed they’ll be releasing a new live album next year. Titled Acoustic at the Ryman , the set features acoustic renditions of songs from the group’s catalog, which were recorded at the Ryman Auditorium in Nashville, TN, back in April.

"The game plan was to keep it wild and expressive like the show while capturing it with highest resolution available," says bassist Bill Reynolds in a statement.  "The electricity in the Ryman was off the charts. If that makes it to the listener, then we'll consider this a success."

Acoustic at the Ryman will feature ten cuts, and is set to arrive in stores on February 11. To celebrate its release, the group will head out on an acoustic tour, which kicks off at the Wilshire Ebell Theatre in Los Angeles, CA, the same day the album is released. The North American trek will also make stops in Seattle, Chicago, New York and wraps up with a performance at the Ryman on March 5.  Pre-sale tickets for all the acoustic gigs begins this Friday.  Remaining tickets will be available over the weekend.

Here is the Acoustic at the Ryman track list:
 
“Marry Song”
“Slow Cruel Hands of Time”
“Detlef Schrempf”
“Everything's Gonna Be Undone”
“No One's Gonna Love You”
“Factory”
“Older”
“Wicked Gil”
“The Funeral”
“Neighbor”
 
Here are the tour dates:

2/11 -- Los Angeles, CA, Wilshire Ebell Theatre
2/14 -- San Francisco, CA, Palace of Fine Arts Theatre 
2/16 -- Seattle, WA, Moore Theatre
2/17 -- Vancouver, BC, Vogue Theater
2/19 -- Chicago, IL, Vic Theatre
2/21 – Toronto, ON, Queen Elizabeth Theatre
2/22 -- Ithaca, NY, State Theatre
2/23 -- Albany, NY, The Egg
2/25 -- Somerville, MA, Somerville Theatre
2/27 -- Washington, D.C., Lincoln Theater
2/28 -- New York, NY, Town Hall
3/1 -- Philadelphia, PA, Merriam Theater
3/5 -- Nashville, TN, Ryman Auditorium

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