Andrew Bird begins his first run of 2018 tour dates in February and March, further supporting his latest album and film piece, Echolocations: River, with stops in Buffalo, NY, Roanoke, VA and at the iconic Capitol Theatre in Port Chester, NY among others. Watch the video for Echolocations: River here: http://n.pr/2A1aGW1. See below for a complete list of dates and for more info visit www.andrewbird.net.

Additionally, Bird’s song, “I Was an Orphan (Till You Came Along),” is currently the theme song for the acclaimed Showtime series, SMILF. The show was recently nominated at the 75th Golden Globe Awards for “Best Television Series – Musical or Comedy.”

Bird’s most recent release, Echolocations: River, was recorded ankle deep in the Los Angeles River under The Hyperion Bridge. The instrumental release is the second in a series of short films and recordings documenting site-specific compositions. Performed by Bird and filmed by Tyler Manson in remote and acoustically unique environments, the first installment, Echolocations: Canyon, was released in 2015.

Bird’s Facebook Live series “Live from the Great Room” is ongoing and streams live from his living room, putting the creative process on display for fans as he performs and converses with friends and collaborators in a candid, intimate setting. Paper hails the series as “compelling as fuck” and “delightful,” while Nerdist praises the “always beautifully done live concerts.” Previous guests include Zach Galifianakis, The Lumineers, Jonathan Richman, Fiona Apple, Matt Berninger of The National, Jim James of My Morning Jacket, Lucius, Tift Merritt, Dawes, Esperanza Spalding, Jackson Browne, Theaster Gates, Jimbo Mathus of the Squirrel Nut Zippers, Dan Wilson, Chris Thile, Blake Mills, John C. Reilly and Tom Brosseau.


February 22—Roanoke, VA—Shaftman Performance Hall
February 23—Wilmington, DE—The Grand Opera House
February 24—Buffalo, NY—Center for the Arts
February 26—Princeton, NJ—McCarter Theater
February 27—Northampton, MA—Calvin Theatre
March 1—Englewood, NJ—Bergen Performing Arts
March 2—New London, CT—Garde Arts Center
March 3—Port Chester, NY—Capitol Theatre
March 5—Albany, NY—The Egg
March 6—Portsmouth, NH—The Music Hall
March 7—Kingston, NY—Ulster Performing Arts Center


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