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Meaghan Smith To Release Major Label Debut
September 16 2008

Meaghan Smith To Release Major Label Debut

North American Tour With Ron Sexsmith Begins Today

For Immediate Release

Warner Music Canada And Sire Records Are Pleased To Announce The Signing Of Meaghan Smith And The Release Of Her Major Label Debut Ep The Cricket’S Quartet. The Ep Will Be Available At All Digital Service Providers As Of Today, And Physical Copies Will Only Be Available On And At Her Live Shows. The Cricket’S Quartet Contains Four Tracks With Visual Accompaniments Including “A Little Love” Featuring Turntablist Dj Kid Koala. Meaghan’S First Full Length For Warner/sire, The Cricket’S Orchestra, Will Be Available In Early 2009.

Meaghan’S First Full North American Tour Begins Today And Consists Of 31 Dates Across The Continent. The Majority Of The Dates Will Be As Opener For Canadian Label-Mate Ron Sexsmith Who Just Released His Ninth Album, Exit Strategy Of The Soul On July 1, 2008. There Will Also Be Four Solo Shows And A Single Date In Toronto With Sarah Mclachlan. Full Listings Of Dates Are Below.

Meaghan Smith’S Independent Debut Album Lost With Direction Was Released In 2005. Since Then, The Halifax Resident Has Been Sporadically Touring, Signed With Warner Music Canada / Sire Records And Has Honed Her Writing Skills In Preparation For The New Ep And The Forthcoming The Cricket’s Orchestra. “I Wanted The Album To Be An Inspiring Musical Experience That Makes You Feel Like You’Re Leaving One World And Entering Another – A Colourful, Whimsical And Imaginative Place Where You Can Reflect On Your Past And Look Forward To Your Future.”

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Meaghan Smith

September 16 New York Bowery Ballroom
September 17 Philadelphia Tin Angel
September 18 Cambridge (Ma) T.t. The Bear’S
September 19 Vienna (Va) Jammin’ Java
September 22 Nashville The Belcourt Theater
September 24 Atlanta The 5 Spot
September 25 Cincinnati 20Th Century Theater
September 27 Chicago Schuba’S Tavern
September 28 Milwaukee Shank Hall
September 29 Minneapolis Varsity Theater
September 30 Winnipeg Cultual Franco-Manitobain
October 1 Regina The Exchange
October 2 Calgary Theatre Junction Grand
October 3 Edmonton Myer Horowitz Theatre
October 4 Vancouver Chan Centre
October 7 Seattle Triple Door
October 8 Portland The Doug Fir Lounge
October 9 San Francisco Great American Music Hall
October 11 West Hollywood The Troubadour
October 15 Guelph University Of Guelph (Solo Show)
October 16 Ottawa Bronson Centre
October 17 Belleville Empire Theatre
October 18 Toronto Roy Thompson Hall (W/ Sarah Mclachlan)
October 19 Montreal Club Soda
October 21 Waterloo Starlight
October 22 London Aeolian Hall
October 23 Toronto Massey Hall
October 24 Sackville Sackville United Church (Solo Show)
October 25 Halifax Halifax Pop Explosion (Solo Show)
October 26 St. John Blue Olive
November 22 Moncton Capitol Theatre (Solo Show)
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