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Julian Lage Shares Video for "Whatever You Say, Henry," Announces Tour Dates

Photo by Nathan West

Julian Lage's studio recordings are certainly compelling, but there's something special about seeing the virtuosic guitarist perform his songs in a live setting. 

For those Lage fans out there who haven't yet had the chance to catch him live, ND is happy to premiere a clip of Lage performing Modern Lore cut "Whatever You Say, Henry" live at Nashville's famed Station Inn. Backed by upright bass and drums, Lage offers a subdued take on the track, one that simmers gently until reaching a sparkling boil towards performance's end.

Lage also announced an extensive tour, beginning May 11 in Colorado Springs, CO, and wrapping up January 19, 2019 in Des Moines, Iowa. Check out the full list of dates below the video. 

Julian Lage tour dates:

May

11 – Colorado Springs , CO – Entertainment Center for the Arts (University of Colorado)

12 — New York, NY — Le Poisson Rouge *

13 — Philadelphia, PA — Johnny Brenda’s *

15 — Toronto, ON — Longboat Hall (SOLD OUT) *

16 — Montreal, QC —  L’Esco *

17 — Burlington, VT — Higher Ground *

18 — Fall River, MA — Narrows Center for the Arts *

19 — Northampton, MA — The Parlor Room (SOLD OUT) *

June

14 – San Francisco, CA – Miner Auditorium

26 – Vancouver, BC – Performance Works

27 – Victoria, BC - TD Victoria JazzFest

July

17 — London, UK — The Jazz Cafe

18 — Madrid, Spain — Sala Clamores

29 — Mariac, France — L'astrada

September

1 – Detroit, MI – Detroit Jazz Fest

21 – Mill Valley, CA – Sweetwater Music Hall

22 – Arcata, CA – Humboldt State University

23 – Monterey, CA – Monterey Jazz Festival

25 – Los Angeles, CA – Lodge Room

26 – Phoenix, AZ – Valley Bar

28 – ‪Salt Lake City, UT – The State Room

29 – Denver, CO – Daniels Hall

30 – Boulder, CO – Fox Theatre

October

2 – Omaha, NE – Reverb Lounge

3 – Cedar Rapids, ID – CSPS

5 – Chicago, IL – Lincoln Hall

19 — Oslo, Norway — Victoria Nasjonal Jazzscene

21 — Rotterdam, Metherlands — LantarenVenster

November

27 — Charlottesville, VA — The Southern

28 – Washington, DC – Union Stage

29 – Brooklyn, NY – Music Hall of Williamsburg

30 – Boston, MA – Berklee Performance Center

December

1 – Holyoke, MA – Gateway City Arts

4 – Montreal, QC – L’Esco

5 — Toronto, ON — Horseshoe Tavern

January

19 – Des Moines, IA – Civic Music Association

*with ‪Margaret Glaspy

Artist Julian Lage

How can No Depression "premiere" something that simply links to a video already posted on YouTube? And while I'm at it how is this an article?