Liz Phair to Celebrate Exile’s 30th Anniversary in ‘Guyville’ with a Tour


Liz Phair will celebrate the 30th anniversary of his landmark debut album “Exile in Guyville” with a tour that will take him to theaters in 18 US cities this fall.

The “Exile” tour will begin November 7 at Magnolia in El Cajon, California. It will conclude on December 3 at the Majestic Theater in Dallas. A view of the Ryman Auditorium in Brooklyn and Nashville on November 27.

The tour also includes Tucson, San Francisco, Portland, Seattle, St. Paul also touches on Detroit, Boston, Philadelphia, Washington, DC, Atlanta, New Orleans, and Austin.

Up-and-coming artist Blondshell, who has caught at least a few Liz Phair comparisons in her previous reviews, will open all the dates.

A pre-sale starts on Wednesday through Phair’s website, followed by a general sale on Friday in both cases at 10:00 local time.

Phair also toured after the 25th anniversary of “Exile in Guyville” in 2018. Variation At the time it was described as a “mini tour” in smaller venues with only an accompanying guitarist. Variation Viewed the 2018 concert At the 150-seat Masonic Hall at the Hollywood Forever Cemetery, “a venue where he can easily sell multiple times (as scalper prices are clearly stated). … In short, this is the OG Phair fan’s dream mini tour… Even if most have to dream of buying tickets.” Phair debuted that year with a full-band show in larger venues that wasn’t as extensively dedicated as her debut album, which was marked by a boxed set called “Girly-Sound to Guyville” with dozens of demos she recorded prior to its release.

Since its 25th anniversary, Phair has published a memoir of 2019 called “Horror Stories” (which also gave a short talk). book reading/tour behind) and a new album, 2021s “Sober” Which Variation judicial one of the top 10 of the year.

“Exile in Guyville” topped some of the all-time top lists, including Rolling Stone’s list of the 500 greatest albums of all time. Almost every thought piece on “women in rock” over the past three decades has touched on how the album and its outspoken, sarcastic storytelling and language created new spaces for possibly men and women as storytellers in the ’90s.

The full itinerary:

November 7 — El Cajon, CA @ The Magnolia

November 8 — Tucson, AZ @ Rialto Theater

November 10 – Los Angeles, CA @ The Wiltern

November 11 – San Francisco, CA @ The Masonic

November 13 – Portland, OR @ Revolution Hall

November 14 – Seattle, WA @ Moore Theater

17 November – St. Paul, MN @ Palace Theater

November 18 – Chicago, IL @ Chicago Theater

November 19 – Detroit, MI @ Masonic Temple – Cathedral Theater

November 21 – Boston, MA @ Roadrunner

November 22 – Philadelphia, PA @ Franklin Music Hall

November 24 – Brooklyn, NY @ Kings Theater

November 25 – Washington, DC @ The Anthem

November 27 – Nashville, TN @ Ryman Auditorium

November 28 – Atlanta, GA @ Atlanta Symphony Hall

November 30 – New Orleans, LA @ Orpheum Theater

December 1 – Live at ACL Moody Theater in Austin, TX

December 3 – Dallas, TX @ Majestic Theater

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