Ingrid Michaelson at Upstate Concert Hall

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Singer/songwriter/glasses wearer Ingrid Michaelson is set to play a show at Upstate Concert Hall May 27. Tickets go on sale this Saturday (February 8) -- they're $25 ahead / $28 day of.

Michaelson's an interesting case in part because her rise from small-show indie to the upper end of the Billboard and iTunes chart has been aided by her songs popping up in a bunch of TV shows, films, and commercials. How modern.

The openers for the UCH show are Storyman, along with Sugar and the Hi Lows. The last time Michaelson was in town -- at The Egg in May 2012 -- the show sold out.

A few other recent concert bits:

+ Ringo Starr and His All Starr Band is scheduled for The Palace June 10. Tickets start at $62 and, according to Ticketmaster, there are "not many left."

+ James Taylor is playing a show at SPAC July 19. Tickets go on sale March 10. Prices haven't been announced, yet.

+ The Goo Goo Dolls are set to play a "Story Tellers" format show at The Egg April 9. (Odds Johnny Johnny Rzeznik talks about Paul Westerberg? Pretty good.) Tickets are $59.50 and on sale February 14.

+ That Bastille show at UCH June 2 is sold out.

photo via Ingrid Michaelson website

Comments

AHHH!! Yayyyy!! So glad she is coming back up here!! She is truly amazing live, like, better than recording :-)

She puts on an amazing show. I've seen her each time she's been to the CR and she's just a lovely, warm and talented performer.

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