227 Bridge St
Phoenixville, Pennsylvania 19460

This tour will feature Glen Phillips, Kim Richey and Griffin House on stage together.
Glen Phillips has been making music for two decades now, starting as the 14-year-old frontman of Toad the Wet Sprocket. During that time, he accumulated a sizable body of work comprising seven albums with Toad (which collectively have sold close to 4 million units) and three as a solo artist. The latest, Winter Pays For Summer, his first for Lost Highway is at once the most richly melodic and the most intensely personal album of his career.
Kim Richey has built a reputation as a singer who could interpret a lyric and harmonize with the best of them, all the while writing songs with an optimistic melancholy quality that is unusual and alluring.
Griffin House has translated his songs into something evocative and grand, as evident on his Nettwerk America debut, Lost & Found. Griffin has taken the lessons learned from songwriting masters and applied them studiously to a collection of songs that instantly qualify House as one of the most intriguing new songwriters to emerge in recent memory.


Added by sarablues on September 4, 2005