Hello Starling 20th Anniversary Tour. First Show Sold Out! Second Show Added!
Mon, February 12, 2024
Doors: 7:00 pm
Tickets are non-transferable until 72 hours prior to the show time. Any tickets suspected of being purchased for the sole purpose of reselling can be cancelled at the discretion of 9:30 Club / Ticketmaster, and buyers may be denied future ticket purchases for I.M.P. shows. Opening acts, door times, and set times are always subject to change.
Josh Ritter & the Royal City Band – Performing the Album ‘Hello Starling’
Josh and band will celebrate the 20th anniversary of Josh’s 2003 breakthrough record, Hello Starling, with a very limited North America headline tour, playing the album in full (plus more music). This follows a sold out European autumn tour celebrating the album.
A note from Josh:
“When I wrote Hello Starling, I was playing coffee shops and open mics. By the time it came out, I was on tour with the Frames and Joan Baez. I was practically living on the road, hearing my songs on the radio for the first time, staying up all night, touring North America & Europe with my band, doing all these things I had only dreamt of. It was a grand time.
For the 20th anniversary of the album, the band and I will be taking a swing through Hello Starling this February. We’ll play the entire album in full, front to back, and then play a bunch more music.
Thank you all for listening all these years!
Praise for Josh Ritter:
“There have been plenty of highlights in Ritter’s 20-year (plus) recording career.” – AP
“Harking back to Bob Dylan, Bruce Springsteen and maybe a little Mark Knopfler, Mr. Ritter has always been a slinger of serious ideas and high-flown imagery.” – The New York Times
“Josh Ritter remains at the top of his game two decades into a highlight-strewn career. He’d be forgiven for loosening his grip, but his hand has never felt surer.” – NPR Music
“If you love music and have a device on which to play it, you should listen to Josh Ritter whenever you need sound.”—Mary-Louise Parker in Esquire
“Mysterious, melancholy, melodic…and those are only the M’s.”—Stephen King in Entertainment Weekly
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