Singer-Songwriter Andrew McMahon To Play House of Blues in October

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Poster for Andrew MacMahon's upcoming tour.
  • Poster for Andrew MacMahon's upcoming tour.
Singer-songwriter Andrew McMahon just announced the details of his Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness: Three Pianos Tour, a 32-city U.S. headline tour that includes an Oct. 23 stop at House of Blues.

Tickets for Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness: Three Pianos go on sale to general public on Friday, June 18.



McMahon, who plays two shows this month in Detroit and headlined a drive-in tour last year, has been been busy during the pandemic. His debut memoir, Three Pianos, will arrives on Oct. 26, and he's currently in the studio recording new music.

“Never have I been more excited to announce a tour," he says in a press release. "The weirdness we are emerging from has left its mark on all of us and I have been dreaming of the day we could gather in rooms again and shake off its effects together. I will be traveling light this time, surrounded by a small group of friends, performing a set of songs that for me are like mile markers on the map of my life.”



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