St. Vincent, the solo project of musician Annie Clark, is ready to hit the stage at a venue near
you, and you can be there to enjoy all of the musical stylings that has made Clark in indie rock hit. Heading to a show on
the current St. Vincent tour will let you see an artist who knows how to get you moving at a rock show. Her sets move easily
from pensive singer-songwriter fare to all-out rockers. Expect her shows to be crowded, as well. With her popularity always
increasing, fans are clamoring to get into venues across the country to see this songstress perform live. Clark is known for
the plethora of instruments used in her music, and seeing all of the musicians on stage at once is an amazing experience.
tour will take St. Vincent all around the country and even into Canada. Things kick off on February 26th when Clark hits the
stage at Terminal 5 in New York, NY. This is a great way to begin a tour, as there are loads of indie rock fans in the Big
Apple. Clark will slowly make her way west, eventually making it to California during late March. On March 21st she'll perform
at the Wiltern Theatre in Los Angeles. On March 24th fans north of the border will be able to catch a glimpse of her in Vancouver,
BC. The tour will wrap up in the middle of April with shows in Cleveland, Philadelphia and Buffalo.
Annie Clark's lovely, lilting voice plays through lush arrangements in her critically acclaimed brand of indie-rock.
Since releasing her first album in 2007, Clark's music has developed a fervid base of listeners who have grown enraptured
with the singer's gorgeous melodies and songwriting. But seeing her live is a whole new experience when compared to listening
to her albums. St. Vincent is the name of Annie Clark's solo project. Clark has worked with several prominent indie-rock groups,
including the Polyphonic Spree and Sufjan Stevens. In 2007, she released Marry Me, her debut album, which was lauded by critics.
She starting earning comparisons to singer-songwriters like Feist, but her music is in a class of its own. In 2009, she released
Actor, earning her a much wider group of fans. Two years later Clark would release Strange Mercy, which was well-received
by fans. In an interesting marketing strategy of sorts, Clark said that she would unveil a track from the album on her web
site prior to the release of the record if enough people tweeted the hashtag #strangemercy. Her fans hit the mark and she
did release a song as promised, posting the track "Surgeon." In 2013 Clark released two singles from an upcoming album, the
songs "Birth in Reverse" and "Digital Witness," before dropped the eponymous St. Vincent in 2014.
music is something that everyone can appreciate, and there's an energy to the crowd at a great concert that you can't find
anywhere else. People love to come together and be entertained, and folks around the world are constantly attending events
that feature live music for a reason. There is something about music that resonates with just about everyone, and when you're
at a live concert you feel that sense of camaraderie that comes with being there with fellow appreciators of the music. If
you've never been to a live concert, then you've definitely been missing out. It's a completely different experience than
throwing on a record at home. The energy of the crowd and the performer on stage with make you wonder why you haven't been
out to a show sooner.
St. Vincent, aka Annie Clark, will serenade her fans at a live show with one song, then kick things
up a notch with a rockin' track soon thereafter. Clark's band features a wide variety of instruments, which results in an
amazing sound as well as an interesting performance. Make sure to get out to a show to see this artist live and in person.
This should be a fantastic tour.
St. Vincent, more specifically Annie Clark, broke
through onto the music scene as a solo artist with her debut release, Marry Me, in 2007. The album's name was a reference
to a line from the television show Arrested Development, as the line is a recurring joke that is uttered on several occasions
by a character on the show. The album was very well-received by critics, even garnering comparisons to David Bowie, among
others, and put her on the map on the indie scene as a solo artist. This release paved the way for subsequent releases that
would eventually land St. Vincent on the charts.
What St. Vincent album reached the highest spot
in the charts?
The answer is 2011's Strange Mercy, which peaked at number 19, considerably outperforming any of her