Amanda Shires performs at Sixth & I, Feb. 16, 2020. (Photo by Ari Strauss)
Amanda Shires’ Atmostphereless Tour rolled through DC recently for a sold-out show at Sixth & I in Chinatown. The self-described “singing, songwriting, fiddle-playing Texan” performed songs from her catalog of seven solo LPs and from The Highwomen, the all-female country supergroup she formed in 2019 with Brandi Carlile, Natalie Hemby, and Maren Morris.
Amanda Shires (Photo courtesy the artist)
Singer-songwriter Amanda Shires performs at Sixth & I on Sunday, Feb. 16, on her Atmosphereless Tour. Act fast to grab some of the general admission tickets remaining!
Amanda Shires performs at The Hamilton Live in DC on Aug. 17, 2019. (Photo by Ari Strauss)
A strong crowd turned out for Amanda Shires’s “music show,” as she put it, at The Hamilton recently. At the beginning of her set, the lights dimmed and Leonard Cohen’s “You Want It Darker” played as Amanda and her band took the stage. Amanda began with material from the critically acclaimed album she released last year, To the Sunset, slinging her electric guitar, appropriately enough, on “Break Out the Champagne.”
Amanda Shires performs at The Birchmere in Alexandria, Virginia, on Aug. 2, 2018. (Photo by Glenn Cook)
Amanda Shires thrilled the crowd at The Birchmere on Thursday with selections from her new album, To The Sunset, and delighted them with her fun, quirky personality. Amanda is an absolutely lovely woman, and she could be really intimidating, but her fun, slightly goofy personality gave her a warm, endearing stage presence.
Amanda Shires (Photo by Elizaveta Porodina)
Singer-songwriter and violinist Amanda Shires will release her highly anticipated fifth album, To The Sunset, on Aug. 3 via Silver Knife/Thirty Tigers. And on Thursday, Aug. 2, she will perform those new songs at The Birchmere.