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Aimee Mann and Grant-Lee Phillips Xmas


12/01/06
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(PR) The holiday season is always full of surprises, and there's a particularly pleasant one in store for fans of singer-songwriters extraordinaires Aimee Mann and Grant-Lee Phillips. Mann's first Christmas album, One More Drifter In the Snow, was released last month on her own label SuperEgo Records, featuring seasonal classics old and new. Among them is an imaginative rendering of the delightful and dastardly 'You're a Mean One, Mr. Grinch' from Dr. Seuss's timeless Yuletide epic, 'How the Grinch Stole Christmas,' featuring a memorable narration by Phillips. Inspired by this studio collaboration, the former Grant Lee Buffalo frontman was invited to join the former Till Tuesday frontwoman for the First Annual Aimee Mann Christmas Variety Show. Phillips will, among other things, perform songs of his own, including selections from his forthcoming studio release and will appear on all dates.

12/4 San Francisco, CA: Bimbo's (hosted by Paul F. Tompkins)
12/5 San Francisco, CA: Bimbo's (hosted by Paul F. Tompkins)
12/7 San Diego, CA: Belly Up (hosted by Paul F. Tompkins)
12/8 Malibu, CA: Malibu Performing Arts Center (hosted by Paul F. Tompkins)
12/9 Los Angeles, CA: Avalon Theatre (hosted by Paul F. Tompkins)
12/11 Los Angeles, CA: KCRW Morning Becomes Eclectic
12/12 New York, NY: Town Hall
12/14 New York, NY: Town Hall (hosted by Fred Armisen)
12/16 Albany, NY: The Egg
12/17 Boston, MA: Berklee College of Music (hosted by Fred Armisen)
12/19 Alexandria, VA: The Birchmere (hosted by Fred Armisen)
12/20 Alexandria, VA: The Birchmere (hosted by Fred Armisen)

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