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Monday, June 18, 2012

Fiona Apple Announces New Bay Area Shows in Support of 'The Idler Wheel'

Posted By on Mon, Jun 18, 2012 at 9:53 AM

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Hey, Fiona Apple is leaving her house and hitting the road to support that new album whose title begins with The Idler Wheel and continues for 20 more words that you can't remember. That mouthful is certainly one of the most anticipated releases of the year (and it's out tomorrow!), so it's a bit exciting that Apple today announced tour plans that have her playing two more Bay Area shows later this year.

She'll be in California for three shows altogether this summer and fall: Apple is set to play the Fox Oakland on July 28 -- which is sold-out, of course -- and she'll return in September for dates at San Jose Civic Auditorium (Sept. 9) and San Francisco's Warfield Theatre (Sept. 11).

Onsale dates for the San Jose and S.F. shows have not been announced yet, but we'll update this post as soon as we hear 'em.

Fiona fans may also want to note that the reclusive singer is set to play Late Night with Jimmy Fallon tonight.

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