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Shawn Colvin Band

A Few Small Repairs 20th Anniversary Tour
Special Guests: Larry Campbell & Teresa Williams

Tickets:  Reserved Seating $54, $72, $160 VIP M&G Ticket  

Special offer! A copy of Shawn Colvin's forthcoming album is included with your ticket order for this show. You will receive an email with instructions on how to receive your CD following your ticket purchase.

VIP  Meet & Greet Package includes:
One premium reserved ticket located in the first 3 rows
VIP early access into the venue
Exclusive meet & greet with Shawn Colvin
Personal photograph with Shawn Colvin
Private and intimate pre-show acoustic performance by Shawn Colvin
Q&A with Shawn Colvin
Collectible tour poster autographed by Shawn Colvin (numbered, limited print)
Specially designed Shawn Colvin tote bag
Official meet & greet laminate
Commemorative ticket
Limited availability

This fall, Shawn Colvin will hit the road with the A Few Small Repairs 20th Anniversary Tour. Her first major tour with a full band since the album's original release, the seven-week cross-country jaunt runs from September 30 through November 19 and will showcase Shawn performing the album in its entirety alongside a variety of hits, personal favorites and surprises from her repertoire. Multi-instrumentalist-singer Larry Campbell & his wife singer-guitarist Teresa Williams will support all dates in addition to appearing in the band.  

 "One of the joys of my career was making A Few Small Repairs,” said Shawn Colvin. "From inception to completion, the project was graced with joy and creative ease. Even the last minute push to finish 'Sunny Came Home,' which went through many lyrical incarnations, worked out thanks to the cover painting by Julie Speed. I'll be thrilled to play that song forever, and am equally thrilled to be performing the whole album on tour this fall with my band. Come one, come all!" By the time that A Few Small Repairs and "Sunny Came Home" catapulted her into the pop mainstream Shawn Colvin was already a well-established recording artist and touring performer with a resume of accolades. Her 1989 John-Leventhal-produced debut, Steady On, had taken home the Grammy for Best Contemporary Folk Album and subsequent releases Fat City (1992) and Cover Girl (1994) each multiple-categories nominees.  

A Few Small Repairs, reunited her with producer/cowriter John Leventhal (who'd helmed Steady On) and proved a watershed in the artist's career and musical evolution. While her previous albums were founded mainly upon first-person confessionals, A Few Small Repairs saw Colvin foray into third-person storytelling with a powerful impact. Drawing from the downs and ups of her own life experiences, Shawn Colvin crafted an album of emotional complexity, nuance and revelation, combining images of traditional femininity and domesticity--wedding gowns, kitchens, white picket fences--with images of tools as metaphors for reparation.  The album paints a searingly honest portrait of the scope of human relationships, from the acrimonious "Get Out of This House" to the wistful "The Facts About Jimmy," a duet with Lyle Lovett, to the quiet resignation of “Wichita Skyline” to Sunny’s ultimate act of revenge in “Sunny Came Home.” With brutal honesty, Colvin examines the harrowing potential for emotional damage to the redemptive power of subsequent emotional redemption. The Los Angeles Times called A Few Small Repairs "an effective sharing of an experience both personal and universal." Entertainment Weekly gave the album an "A" rating, praising it as “a declaration of independence... Full of wisdom and ravishing melodies, Repairs is a tour de force that needs no fixing." Colvin and Leventhal triumphed at the 1998 Grammy Awards, when "Sunny Came Home" won both Song of the Year (a songwriting award shared by Shawn and Leventhal) and Record of the Year. A Few Small Repairs was certified RIAA Platinum on March 31, 1998.

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