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|Dec 10||Natalie Merchant||Lincoln Theatre Washington, District of Columbia||Find Tickets|
|Dec 11||Natalie Merchant||Carnegie Music Hall of Homestead Homestead, Pennsylvania||Find Tickets|
|Mar 7||Natalie Merchant||Kean University Union, New Jersey||Find Tickets|
|Apr 2||Natalie Merchant with the University Symphony Orchestra||Macky Auditorium Boulder, Colorado||Find Tickets|
|May 1||Natalie Merchant||The Royal Conservatory Toronto, CAN||Find Tickets|
Natalie Merchant first emerged as the lead singer of the innovative alt-rock group, 10,000 Maniacs, before going solo in 1993. She has released several successful solo albums and her voice remains a mainstay on the Adult Contemporary dial. Use Eventful for the Natalie Merchant concert schedule and stay on top of Natalie Merchant tour dates as they are scheduled.
The New York native joined 10,000 Maniacs in 1981 while still a college student. The group achieved multi-Platinum success and Merchant released seven albums with the group before emerging with her solo debut in 1995. The album, Tigerlily, was a huge critical and commercial success for Merchant and went on to sell over five million albums. It featured the hit singles, "Carnival", "Wonder", and "Jealousy" and remains her biggest album to-date. Natalie Merchant tour dates took her on a whirlwind global concert outing. Merchant returned three years later in 1998 with Ophelia which featured the upbeat hit "Kind and Generous". Natalie Merchant tour dates were booked on the Lilith Fair tour as well as on her own headlining Ophelia Tour.
In 2000, Natalie Merchant embarked on the American Folk Music Tour which featured Wilco as the supporting act. She released her next album, Motherland in 2001 and The House Carpenter's Daughter in 2003 before taking a seven-year hiatus. She returned in 2010 with Leave Your Sleep, and has toured vigorously to promote her latest album. Don't miss a tour date on Natalie Merchant's concert schedule and stay up to-date when tour dates are added.
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