Liz Phair will embark on a 25-day tour starting this fall called Amps on the Lawn. Her live performances will wrap up in October.
Amps on the Lawn will kick off at the Variety Playhouse in Atlanta, Georgia on Sept. 6. It will be followed by her show at Saturn in Birmingham, Alabama on Sept. 7, Hopscotch Music Festival in Raleigh, North Carolina on Sept. 8, Headliners Music Hall in Louisville, Kentucky on Sept. 10, Beachland Ballroom & Tavern in Cleveland, Ohio on Sept. 11, Majestic Theater in Detroit, Michigan on Sept. 13, and more.
Phair's upcoming fall tour will wrap up at the Turner Hall Ballroom in Milwaukee, Wisconsin on Oct. 12. Tickets for the singer's songs may be purchased online.
Liz Phair's 25th Anniversary Box Set
Earlier this month, Phair also made headlines during the release of her massive Girly-Sound to Guyville: The 25th Anniversary Box Set.
The product featured the remastered version of the 1993 record, which features the songs "Help Me Mary," "Glory," "Dance of the Seven Veils," "Never Said," "Soap Star Joe," "Explain It To Me," "Canary," "Mesmerizing," "Divorce Song," "Shatter," "Flower," "Johnny Sunshine," "Gunshy," "Strange Loop," and more.
Singer Opens Up About Cassette Recordings
Last month, Phair opened up about the re-issue of her Girly-Sound tapes and said that years ago, she was merely recording tracks in her bedroom. She did not expect them to become such huge hits.
"It was just the way to remember songs and put them down and then forget about them. I didn't say, like, this is my first stab at becoming a recording artist, it was purely just... I was writing these songs and thought they were kind of cool and wanted to put them down," said Phair.
Liz Phair 'Lived A Double Life'
Phair also talked about the previous accusations claiming that she was living a double life when she released Guyville.
"I've always had that kind of duality in me, just naturally. And when Guyville came out, my two worlds - sort of conservative, upbringing, traditional, suburban, and then this sort of artistic milieu that I was in, where it was all indie and experimental - those two worlds became evident in the press," explained Phair.
Singer's Albums, Songs
The singer's other albums are Whip-Smart, Juvenilia, Whitechocolatespaceegg, Liz Phair, Comeandgetit, Somebody's Miracle, and Funstyle.
Some of her popular songs include "Why Can't I?" "Supernova," "Extraordinary," "Polyester Bride," "Johnny Feelgood," "Everything to Me," "Rocket Boy," "Little Digger," "Red Light Fever," and "What Makes You Happy."