Band of Horses unveil acoustic theater shows behind live album

Indie-rockers Band of Horses will support their impending live album with a winter run of intimate acoustic shows across North America. // Tour dates at SoundSpike

Indie-rockers Band of Horses will support their impending live album with a winter run of intimate acoustic shows across North America.

The Seattle natives, who have relocated to Charleston, SC, will begin the nearly month-long trek with a Feb. 11 performance in Los Angeles. The 13-city outing, which includes a couple of Canadian dates, wraps up with a March 5 concert at Nashville's Ryman Auditorium -- the same venue where the band recorded the live effort.

"Band of Horses: Acoustic at the Ryman" will hit retailers Feb. 11, the same day the support tour begins. The 10-song set, recorded in April 2013 over two nights, features acoustic renditions of the group's biggest hits.

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

The live album comes nearly a year and a half after the band's most recent studio effort, "Mirage Rock," which landed at No. 13 on The Billboard 200.

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February 2014
11 - Los Angeles, CA - Wilshire Ebell Theatre
14 - San Francisco, CA - Palace of Fine Arts Theatre
16 - Seattle, WA - Moore Theatre
17 - Vancouver, British Columbia - Vogue Theater
19 - Chicago, IL - Vic Theatre
21 - Toronto, Ontario - Queen Elizabeth Theatre
22 - Ithaca, NY - State Theatre
23 - Albany, NY - The Egg
25 - Somerville, MA - Somerville Theatre
27 - Washington, D.C. - Lincoln Theater
28 - New York, NY - Town Hall

March 2014
1 - Philadelphia, PA - Merriam Theater
5 - Nashville, TN - Ryman Auditorium

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