SiriusXM’s The Coffee House Hosts JOSHUA RADIN and THE WEEPIES and Special Guest LILY KERSHAW at West Hollywood’s Troubadour For 2 Sold-Out Nights!
Beginning on October 8th at West Hollywood’s Troubadour and wrapping up on November 9th at the James K. Polk Theater in Nashville, SiriusXM’s The Coffee House brought musicians Joshua Radin and The Weepies with special guest Lily Kershaw on a fall tour. Consisting of 27 dates, these stripped down shows feature these incredibly talented artists at their very best.
Despite it being the deciding Game 5 of the NLDS and home team Los Angeles Dodgers were playing, not one person at the Wednesday, October 9th show were checking their phones and keeping tabs on the score. Instead the sold-out crowd was enjoying all the performers.
The Los Angeles-based singer-songwriter Lily Kershaw got the night started promptly at 7:30pm. From the beginning of her short but sweet set, the singer’s gorgeous voice soared through the Troubadour. She performed songs off her forthcoming full-length sophomore album including “Now & Then” and her Coffee House favorite “Darker Things.” During the latter, she shed a few tears and apologized that her friend was in the front of the crowd and it was making her emotional. She closed her set with a sing-along cover of Alphaville’s “Forever Young.”
Next up were the husband and wife duo The Weepies. Singer-songwriters Deb Talan and Steve Tannen have sold more than a million singles and half a million albums. Before the tour began, they told the press, “we are excited to be supported by SiriusXM’s Coffee House for our Fall tour. Touring alongside Joshua Radin is a big bonus – he’s a sweet songwriter and friend from LA we’ve known for more than 10 years. We can’t wait!” As soon as they took the stage, they brought brightly colored lit-up boxes with them. They performed songs off many of their favorite albums including “I Was Made For You,” “Can’t Go Back Now,” “Gotta Have You,” “Sunflower,” “World Spins Madly On” and many others. In between their sweet tunes, their witty back and forth banter was charming and fun. They are truly a delight as a couple and as musicians to watch on stage.
Last but not least, the internationally acclaimed singer-songwriter Joshua Radin took the stage. His songs have topped the iTunes Charts and have been featured in over 150 films, commercials and television shows.
“I’ve been a big fan of SiriusXM’s Coffee House channel for many years.” states Radin. “I’m so pleased to announce that they are presenting my upcoming tour this fall. I’ll be playing new and old songs, my newest album will be released, and I’ll be joined by my old friends, The Weepies. Can’t wait to see all of you.”
He was dressed casually in jeans, a white t-shirt and a cowboy hat. He performed some of his biggest hits including many found on his brand new album, “Here, Right Now.” This collection was just released on October 4th via his new label home, Nettwerk Music Group. This tour was is in fact to celebrate this release. Along with some of his beloved favorites like “Beautiful Day,” the singer also covered the Bob Dylan hit “Don’t Think Twice.”
For tour updates and more information visit www.joshuaradin.com, www.theweepies.com or www.lilykershaw.com
REMAINING SIRIUSXM COFFEE HOUSE TOUR 2019
October 11- San Jose, CA @ Susan & Phil Hammer Theatre Center
October 12 – San Luis Obispo, CA @ The Fremont Theater
October 13 – San Francisco, CA @ The Fillmore
October 15 – Salem, OR @ Elsinore Theater
October 16 – Tacoma, WA @ McMenamins Elks Temple
October 17 – Garden City, ID @ Revolution Concert House & Event Center
October 18 – Park City, Utah @ George S. and Dolores Dore Eccles Theater
October 19 – Ft. Collins, CO @ Aggie Theatre
October 20 – Englewood, CO @ Gothic Theatre
October 22 – Minneapolis, MN @ Pantages Theatre
October 23 – Madison, WI @ Barrymore Theatre
October 24 – Chicago, IL @ Thalia Hall
October 25 – Kent, OH @ Kent Stage
October 26 – Detroit, MI @ St. Andrew’s Hall
October 27 – Cincinnati, OH @ Memorial Hall
October 29 – New York, NY @ Gramercy Theatre
October 30 – New York, NY @ Gramercy Theatre
November 1 – McKees Rocks, PA @ Roxian Theatre
November 2 – Homer, NY @ Center for the Arts
November 3 – Boston, MA @ The Wilbur Theatre
November 5 – Philadelphia, PA @ Theatre of Living Arts
November 6 – Washington, DC @ Sixth & I Historic Synagogue
November 7 – Charlotte, NC @ McGlohon Theater @ Spirit Square
November 8 – Atlanta, GA @ Buckhead Theatre
November 9 – Nashville, TN @ James K. Polk Theater