Alt-acoustic singer-songwriter and fairy goddess Patty Griffin is back in the solo game with the announcement of more tour dates for her latest album, American Kid, which is dedicated to her father and is classic Patty Griffin: lyrical and melodic beauty. Her raw, thoughtful, and unparalleled brand of Americana will grace The Ryman stage on Wednesday, Oct. 14. Remember Patty’s “Long Road Home,” “Top of the World,” and “Making Pies?” Her songs are timeless and are like lightning striking through a Southern soul.
Tickets go on sale THIS Friday, July 17 at 10 a. m. CDT, and they range in price from $32.50-$45.50. Want a seasoned artist to fill your head with angels and ghosts and folk stories from birth to death? Patty Griffin at The Ryman is where you can find all of that and more. When Griffin is there, it’s like coming home, and home to the Mother Church is a whole different level of musical spirituality. Who knows, maybe her rumored love, Robert Plant, will come out and sing “Ohio.” Check out music from American Kid below (her new album Servant of Love is set to release Sept. 25)!