JOSH RITTER ALBUM/TREEFORT TICKET BUNDLES AVAILABLE EXCLUSIVELY AT THE RECORD EXCHANGE; NOW ON SALE!

10805584_10152605102517709_8198870099363565454_nJosh Ritter is returning to Boise to play the Cathedral of the Rockies during Treefort Music Fest, and a limited supply of single-show tickets are available for those without Treefort passes or those with passes who want to guarantee entry into this special show inside the main stain-glass windowed chapel of the cathedral!

Tickets ($25 plus tax/fees) are on sale (and disappearing quickly) at The Record Exchange and online at treefortmusicfest.com. The Record Exchange also has exclusive album/ticket bundles ($30 plus tax/fees for CD/ticket or $35 plus tax/fees for vinyl/ticket) in conjunction with the release of Ritter’s new indie store exclusive Acoustic Live Vol. 1: Somerville Theater March 2014. LIMIT 4 TICKETS PER CUSTOMER.

SHOW DETAILS:

Josh Ritter live at Treefort Music Fest
Wednesday, March 25
Cathedral of the Rockies
717 North 11th Street, Boise, ID 83702
6:30pm doors
7pm show
ALL AGES

ABOUT ACOUSTIC LIVE VOL. 1

71WfEKlI2cL._SL1500_Josh Ritter’s very first acoustic live album! Ten favorites from two incredible nights at Somerville Theater in Somerville, Massachusetts. During the winter of 2014, Josh toured as part of an acoustic trio, bringing along Zachariah Hickman (upright bass, high-strung guitar, pump organ, vocals) and Josh Kaufman (electric guitar, nylon string guitar, vocals). The shows were immensely rewarding for Josh, the band, and the audience, so a few nights on the road were recorded. This album marks the first release of the Acoustic Live album series. The vinyl version is 180-gram marbled orange vinyl and includes a full album download code. The CD is housed in a thick, heavy-gauge cardboard jacket.

ABOUT JOSH RITTER

“How refreshing and inspiring it is to encounter a young artist whose achievements match his ambitions.” —The Washington Post

“The 10 Most Exciting Artists Now” —Entertainment Weekly

“100 Best Living Songwriters” —Paste Magazine

Josh Ritter is from Moscow, Idaho. The son of two neuroscientists, he was on his way to follow in their footsteps when he discovered Johnny Cash and Bob Dylan’s “Girl from the North Country” in high school. He has since released seven studio albums and has been recently named one of the 100 greatest living songwriters by Paste Magazine, alongside Dylan, Springsteen, and Neil Young. Joan Baez has covered one of his songs; Stephen King named one of Ritter’s albums the best of recent years and David Letterman has requested him twice, so far. His debut novel, Bright’s Passage, was a national bestseller.

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