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- Posted on Nov 11th 2010 12:00PM by Mike Ayers
Sean Lennon and Charlotte Kemp-Muhl
In a way, Ghost of a Saber Tooth Tiger spawned from a live performance. A few years ago, Lennon was tapped to open for Rufus Wainwright at Radio City Music Hall, and in that opening set, Kemp-Muhl joined him.
"We debuted our first song that night, 'The World Was Made for Men,'" Lennon told Spinner earlier this year. "That was the first time we ever performed. All the shows in New York tend to be more nerve-wracking because the first row is all your friends and family. We haven't gigged very much; we've been focusing on recording."
'Acoustic Sessions' is out now on Lennon's own label, Chimera Music. Ghost of a Saber Tooth Tiger's January itinerary is below:
Jan. 6: Great Scott, Boston
Jan. 7: Johnny Brenda's, Philadelphia
Jan. 8: Rockwood Music Hall, New York City
Jan. 11: Iota, Arlington, Va.
Jan. 12: Local 506, Chapel Hill, N.C.
Jan. 13: The Evening Muse, Charlotte, N.C.
Jan. 14: The Melting Point, Athens, Ga.
Jan. 15: The Earl, Atlanta
Jan. 18: Dan's Silver Leaf, Denton, Tx.
Jan. 19: Cactus Café, Austin, Tx.
Jan. 21: Club Congress, Tucson, Ariz.
Jan. 22: Pappy & Harriets, Joshua Tree, Calif.
Jan. 25: Café du Nord, San Francisco
Jan. 28: The Woods, Portland, Ore.
Jan. 29: Crocodile Café, Seattle