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Cat Power takes "Sun" out for another round

Singer/songwriter Cat Power has added more North American shows to her push behind "Sun," as well as some performances Down Under. // Tour dates at SoundSpike

Singer/songwriter Cat Power has added more North American shows to her push behind "Sun," as well as some performances Down Under.

The songstress otherwise known as Chan Marshall will return to the road Jan. 22 in Santa Ana, CA, and continue for another five dates that are spread across the continent. The theater shows conclude Jan. 30 in Philadelphia, after which the musician will head to New Zealand and Australia for a round of concerts.

Ticketing information for the excursion is available at Cat Power's website.

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"Sun," Cat Power's her first new material in over six years, hit retailers in August via Matador Records. The 11-track album was self-produced in several locations, including her own Malibu studio, and follows 2006's "The Greatest," which scaled Billboard's Top Independent Albums chart. The most recent release hit No. 10 on The Billboard 200 and made it into the Top 10 in in five European markets.

Fans can sign up for two free MP3 versions of "Cherokee" -- the album version and a Nicolas Jarr remix -- at Cat Power's site.

 tour dates and tickets

January 2013
22 - Santa Ana, CA - Observatory
24 - Denver, CO - Gothic Theatre
25 - Dallas, TX - South Side Music Hall
28 - Austin, TX - ACL at Moody Theater
29 - New York, NY - Terminal 5
30 - Philadelphia, PA - Electric Factory

February 2013
22 - Auckland, New Zealand - Bruce Mason Theatre
23 - Wellington, New Zealand - Wellington Town Hall
25 - Adelaide, Australia - Her Majesty's Theatre
27, 28 - Perth, Australia - The Festival Gardens

March 2013
1 - Newcastle, Australia - Panthers
2 - Sydney, Australia - The Encore Theatre
5 - Brisbane, Australia - The Tivoli
7 - Melbourne, Australia - The Forum

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