Nashville, TN – February 8, 2011 – Folk pop band Tin Cup Gypsy announced they will be touring with Orla Fallon, of Celtic Woman fame.
Fallon is a singer/harpist from Co.Wicklow, Ireland. As a solo artist and with the critically acclaimed group Celtic Woman, Fallon’s audience members over the past six years have included the Pope, US Presidents Bill Clinton and George W. Bush and Irish President Mary McAleese.
Tin Cup Gypsy possesses a musical styling that far exceeds their time, considering the band members are only in their early twenties. Their unique blend attracts a diverse group of listeners. This is attributed to the use of a variety of instruments including the mandolin, violin, concertina, percussion, three-part harmonies and acoustic guitar. Blending jazz and bluegrass with earthy lyrics and rich melodies captures the essence of their roots-rock genre.
Tin Cup Gypsy released their first full-length album, Calico, on January 4, 2011 to an enthusiastic fan base, following their tour with country music superstar Sara Evans.
Evans’ celebrated career includes the accolades of the Academy of Country Music’s Female Vocalist of the Year and the Country Music Association’s Video of the Year for Born to Fly. Evans collaborated with acclaimed producer John Shanks on her 2007 Greatest Hits album release.
Tin Cup Gypsy will be on tour with Orla Fallon this spring, beginning on March 24, 2011 in Salt Lake City, UT and going through May 2, 2011 in Minneapolis, MN. Dates and venue information for the tour is listed below. For more information on Tin Cup Gypsy, visit: http://www.tincupgypsy.com.
Date – City/State -Venue
March 24 – Salt Lake City, UT – Jeanné Wagner Theatre
March 26 – Boulder, CO – Boulder Theater
March 27 – Beavercreek, CO – Vilar Center for the Arts
April 1 – Harrisburg, PA – Whitaker Center for the Arts
April 3 – Roanoke, VA – Shaftman Performance Hall
April 5 – Philadelphia, PA – World Café Live
April 6 – Washington DC – The Barns at Wolf Trap
April 7 – Washington DC – The Barns at Wolf Trap
April 8 – Easton, MD – Avalon Theatre
April 9 – Bayshore, NY – Boulton Center for the Arts
April 10 – Tarrytown, NY – Tarrytown Music Hall
April 13 – Northampton, MA – Calvin Theatre
April 14 – Bellows Falls, VT – Bellows Falls Opera House
April 15 – Ridgefield, CT – The Ridgefield Playhouse
April 16 – Somerville, MA – Somerville Theatre
April 17 – South Orange, NJ – South Orange PAC
April 20 – Buffalo, NY – Kleinhaus Music Hall
April 21 – Geneva, NY – Smith Opera House
April 23 – Albany, NY – The Egg
April 28 – Columbus, OH – Southern Theatre
May 1 – Indianapolis, IN – Murat Theatre
May 2 – Minneapolis, MN – Guthrie Theater