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Rickie Lee Jones & Madeleine Peyroux announce co-headlining North American tour / axs

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Since her 1979 self-titled debut album, Rickie Lee Jones has influenced various female artists for nearly 40 years. The Californian earned two Grammy wins for Best New Artist in 1980 and Best Jazz Vocal Performance, Duo or Group for "Makin' Whoopee" in 1990. Fellow jazz musician Madeleine Peyroux spent time performing with The Lost Wandering Blues and Jazz Band before embarking on a solo career with her 1996 debut album Dreamland. In 2007, she was named the Best International Jazz Artist at the BBC Jazz Awards. Both of these talented musicians will join forces for a massive North American tour in March.

The tour kicks off on March 1 inside Montreal's Theatre Maisonneuve, and it will make stops in New York City (Town Hall on March 4), Atlanta (Variety Playhouse on March 12), and Los Angeles (Luckman Fine Arts Center on March 18). After March 28, Rickie Lee Jones will go solo with performances in Iowa City, Austin, and Houston. Tour dates can be seen below. Tickets for these shows are on sale right now. Jones is touring in support of her latest album The Other Side of Desire, which is out on her own label The Other Side of Desire Records. Peyroux is promoting her latest release Secular Hymns. Both artists will be releasing a collaboration later this month. Here are the tour dates

March 1 - Montreal, Canada - Theatre Maisonneuve 

March 2 - Boston, Mass. - The Wilbur 

March 3 - Collingswood, N.J. - Scottish Rite Auditorium

March 4 - New York, N.Y. - Town Hall  

March 6 - Morristown, N.J. - Mayo Center for the Performing Arts 

March 7 - Bethesda, Md. - Bethesda Blues & Jazz

March 9 - Greenville, S.C. - Peace Center

March 10 - Charleston, S.C. - The Charleston Gailard Center

March 11 - Clearwater, Fla. - Capitol 

March 12 - Atlanta, Ga. - Variety Playhouse

March 14 - Dallas, Texas - Majestic Theatre (click here for tickets)

March 16 - Tucson, Ariz. - Fox Theater 

March 17 - Santa Barbara, Calif. - Arlington Theatre (click here for tickets)

March 18 - Los Angeles, Calif. - Luckman Fine Arts Center

March 19 - San Francisco, Calif. - Kanbar Hall - Jewish Community Center

March 21 - Victoria, Canada - Royal Theatre

March 22 - Seattle, Wash. - Neptune

March 24 - Lincoln, Neb. - Rococo Theatre

March 25 - Aurora, Ill. - Paramount Theatre 

March 26 - Milwaukee, Wis. - The Northern Lights Theater*

March 28 - Burnsville, Minn. - Ames Center

March 29 - Iowa City, Iowa - Englert Theater*

March 31 - Austin, Texas - One World Theater*

April 1 - Houston, Texas - The Heights Theater*