Singer/songwriter/pianist Andrew McMahon — formerly of Something Corporate and Jack's Mannequin — is bringing his "Three Pianos Tour" to Cincinnati.
The tour takes its name from McMahon's memoir, Three Pianos, self-described as a "searingly honest and beautifully written memoir about the challenges and triumphs of his life and career, as seen through the lens of his personal connection to three pianos."
McMahon (performing as Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness) and guests Zac Clark and Annika Bennett will be playing the ICON Music Center on Oct. 22.
McMahon shared his joy about the tour with fans in a Facebook post, saying:
"Never have I been more excited to announce a tour. The weirdness we are emerging from has left its mark on all of us and I have been dreaming of the day we could gather in rooms again and shake off its effects together. I will be traveling light this time, surrounded by a small group of friends, performing a set of songs that for me are like mile markers on the map of my life. I spent my time away from the world writing a book, trying to understand more fully who I am and where I came from. I can think of no better time than now, the anniversary of 20 years on tour, to assemble my work on a stage and do what I can to share that history with you through my songs and stories."
ICON requires all concertgoers to show proof of COVID vaccination of a negative COVID test from the previous 72 hours. McMahon also encouraged fans to wear masks indoors and says his team will provide them.
Get tickets and more info at iconmusiccenter.com. And watch McMahon's message below:
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