Thursday, February 10, 2011

A tour...and shows with Kaki King & Radiolab

Hooray, an "Into The Trees" tour is finally coming into focus!

I've said it before, booking seems to be the last hurdle for a DIY artist. My previous efforts at lining up concerts in a logical geographical order haven't always been a success ;-) These new headlining concerts are thanks to my new booking agent.....(thank you Mark Lourie of Skyline for helping me get to my fans)

I'm going to visit the continent in stages. This first round I have concerts on both coasts, and a few dates in Europe. We'll visit more of the continent in May and June. I say "we" since for the foreseeable future I tour with Cellofamily in tow (i.e. #cellobaby and #cellobabydaddy to those of you who follow me on Twitter...or Alex and Jeff to everyone else!). No doubt this experience of touring with a baby will lead to a fair amount of mommy-blogging....I apologize in advance.

Click here for Into the Trees Tour dates and ticket info

Radiolab shows...

In March I'm pleased to announce that I'm joining the creators of my very favorite radio show, Radiolab, as they hit the road on a three-city tour...

"Jad and Robert will be performing an upcoming episode on symmetry, and how it shapes our very existence—from the origin of the universe, to what we see when we look in the mirror. We'll search for love in ancient Greece, head to modern-day Princeton for a look inside our brains, and revisit an unlikely headline from the Oval Office circa 1979. And one of our favorite musicians, the amazing Zoe Keating, will be on stage to provide live cello scoring!"

We're performing the show in NYC, LA and Seattle.
Tickets for these very special dates can be purchased here

Kaki King shows...

AND last but certainly not least.... I have four concerts on the West coast supporting Kaki King! Kaki is amazing and I love her music (did you hear the score to "Into The Wild"?). I can't tell you how pleased I am to be opening up for her. We have plans to do a little special something together too...

Ticket info for these shows & the rest of my tour can be found on my performing page.

So what is one of my performances like?
In case you've never seen me live before, hopefully this review will give you an idea...
Zoe Keating at the SF Independent 1/19/2011

Thank you, thank you for all your continued support. I hope to play for you this year.

Celloly yours,


Feb 27: The Compound Grill, Phoenix, AZ
Feb 28: UCSD The Loft, La Jolla, CA (Supporting Kaki King)
Mar 2: Largo at the Coronet, Los Angeles, CA (Supporting Kaki King)
Mar 3: College of the Sequoias Theater, Visalia, CA (Supporting Kaki King)
Mar 4: Yoshi's, San Francisco, CA (Supporting Kaki King)
Mar 6: Le Poisson Rouge, New York, NY (2nd show added at 9pm!)
Mar 11: Red Room at Cafe 939,Berklee College of Music, Boston, MA
Mar 14: Radiolab Live: Symmetry, NYU Skirball Center, NY
Mar 17: Teatro de la Ciudad, Mexico City, (Supporting Andrew Bird)
Mar 20: The Kate Theater, Old Saybrook, CT
Mar 23: Radiolab Live: Symmetry,UCLA Royce Hall, Los Angeles, CA
Mar 29: The Triple Door, Seattle, WA
Mar 30: Radiolab Live: Symmetry,5th Avenue Theater, Seattle, WA
Mar 31: The Aladdin Theater, Portland, OR (tix onsale 2/11/11)


Anonymous Lily said...

I bought my ticket for Kaki King's show at UCSD and then found out about you. I'm so excited you'll be performing there as well! You're amazing.

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Zoe, thank you for a wonderful concert at The Loft in San Diego tonight! My boyfriend was really surprised with the CD I got him, thank you for signing it (Love, Joanna and Music, Zoe:)) I really hope you will make it too Sweden soon, cause with your talent Im sure you will in short!!!

Anonymous JJ said...

I saw you in Visalia, and you were amazing. I didn't know much about you going into the concert, but when you started playing, I loved every moment of it, especially when you played Exurgency and your cover of Beethoven's 7th. I loved it so much, I had to get your albums that were available. Hope you get to play here again, or at least close by!

-JJ Pestano (the kid that was in the Men's Dressing Room backstage at COS)

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Saw you play at the RadioLab show in NYC this week. You were absolutely incredible and everyone in the audience was stunned by how amazing your performance was. Congrats on all your success!

Blogger Millie said...

I saw you perform at the second Radiolab show and you literally blew my mind, to quote Jad, right out my face. I'm 16 and now in love with your music. Thank you so much for playing the cello and tweaking it like you do!! I hope you have the greatest of luck with your tour and that as many people hear your music as possible!

Anonymous Rachel Bellenoit said...

Your show at The Kate was amazing. I'm so happy my daughter & I took the trip from western MA down to the CT coast. Hope to see you in the New England area in the future. We certainly will come again. Wishing you happy cellofamily trails.

Anonymous Janis said...

Rats. I recently discovered you only to learn too late last night that you were in LA ... right then. *sigh* Hopefully I'll catch you live at some point in the future when you once again grace the land of fake breasts and occasional freeway gunfire.

Anonymous Tanya said...

It was great watching you perform last night with Radiolab at the 5th Avenue Theater. I am in love with your music. So inspiring!

Anonymous Ky said...

I too was recently introduced to your music and learned of my missed opportunity to see you here in Boston. Hope to hear of a return tour to the east coast soon.

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