Lyle Lovett, John Hiatt unplug for spring tour

Four-time Grammy winner Lyle Lovett is embarking on a solo acoustic tour this spring behind his latest album, "Release Me," joined by frequent touring mate John Hiatt. // Tour dates at SoundSpike

Four-time Grammy winner Lyle Lovett is embarking on a solo acoustic tour this spring behind his latest album, "Release Me," joined by frequent touring mate John Hiatt.

Lovett will be joined on the road by fellow singer/songwriter Hiatt beginning Mar. 7 at the State Theater in Minneapolis and wrapping Mar. 25 at the Saenger Theatre in Pensacola, FL.

In addition to the roadwork with Hiatt, the Texas native Lovett will be performing with a full acoustic band at The Concert Hall in New York City on Feb. 28, the same date "Release Me" is set to drop. The upcoming album marks Lovett's last for the Curb/Universal Music Group after being on the label for his entire 26-year career.

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Also this week, Lovett will be appearing on "The Late Show with David Letterman" on Feb. 27, "The View" on Feb. 29 and "Morning Joe" on Mar. 2.

 tour dates and tickets

February 2012
28 - New York, NY - The Concert Hall (with acoustic band)

March 2012
7 - Minneapolis, MN - State Theater
8 - Milwaukee, WI - Pabst Theater
9 - Merrillville, IN - Star Theatre
10 - Detroit, MI - The Fillmore
11 - Louisville, KY - Brown Theatre
13 - Nashville, TN - Schermerhorn Symphony Center
14 - Atlanta, GA - Woodruff Arts Center
15 - Durham, NC - Durham Performing Arts Center
16 - Charlotte, NC - McGlohon Theatre at Spirit Square
17 - North Charleston, SC - North Charleston Performing Arts Center
20 - Spartanburg, SC - Spartanburg Memorial Auditorium
21 - Fort Pierce, FL - Sunrise Theatre
22 - Clearwater, FL - Ruth Eckerd Hall
23 - Saint Augustine, FL - Saint Augustine Amphitheatre
24 - Savannah, GA - Trustees Theater
25 - Pensacola, FL - Saenger Theatre

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