- David McClister
- Williams will make you cry live in September.
Even as summer's heat remains a distant memory, the crispness of fall can already be felt in a pair of excellent show announces today.
On September 15, the iconic (actually) Lucinda Williams will bring her 20th anniversary celebration of the seminal Car Wheels on a Gravel Road to the Rebecca Cohn. "The influence of Car Wheels On A Gravel Road is immeasurable," Williams' own bio accurately states, "and it is considered, much like Williams’ 1988 self-titled album, one of the cornerstones of what is now called Americana." Tickets are $65 and on sale Friday, June 7 at noon right here.
- Joyce Jude
- Zauner will also shake up your feelings this fall.
The Halifax Pop Explosion, which has announced Toronto punks PUP as its only headliner so far, followed that up today with an exciting addition: Michelle Zauner AKA indie-rock powerhouse Japanese Breakfast. Zauner was last in Halifax opening for Tegan & Sara at the Cohn in 2017. A limited number of HPX wristbands is on sale now; individual tickets for the October 24 show go on sale June 14 (presale June 12 via HPX's Facebook). HPX 2019 runs October 23-26.