Phil Vassar Plots Acoustic Tour, New EP

Singer-songwriter Phil Vassar will offer fans acoustic renditions of his biggest hits during his The Stripped Down tour, which will visit 14 cities next year. The trek coincides with an EP release by the same title, which features new material as well as a cover of “Postmarked Birmingham,” which was recorded by Blackhawk, and was co-written by Vassar along with Don Sampson.

The EP will release in January, while tickets for the tour go on sale Aug. 16.

“We’re peeling back the music to the core with just a piano and guitar, so we can give fans an intimate evening of conversation and music. It’s how these songs were written and I think it will be a fun, unique experience,” Vassar shared.

Jan. 8 Tin Pan – Richmond, Va.
Jan. 9 Event Center at Mount Airy – Mt. Pocono, Pa.
Jan. 10 The Lamp Theatre – Irwin, Pa.
Jan. 11 The Renaissance Theatre – Mansfield, Ohio
Jan. 16 Space at Westbury – Westbury, N.Y.
Jan. 17 Tarrytown Music Hall – Tarrytown, N.Y.
Jan. 18 Infinity Hall – Norfolk, Conn.
Jan. 19 Greenwich Odeum – East Greenwich, R.I.
Jan. 23 Hippodrome Theater – Waco, Texas
Jan. 24 Arlington Music Hall – Arlington, Texas
Jan. 25 Dosey Doe – The Woodlands, Texas
Jan. 26 Texan Theater – Greenville, Texas
Feb. 13 The Coach House – San Juan Capistrano, Calif.
Feb. 14 Humphrey’s Backstage Live – San Diego, Calif.


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