Brandi Carlile plays hype gal for Courtney Marie Andrews, others this fall

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Brandi Carlile performs at Outside Lands in San Francisco on Aug. 7, 2016. Photo: Roman Gokhman/Staff.

Fans not able to get a ticket to see Brandi Carlile at one of her two shows at the Hearst Greek Theatre in Berkeley on Sept. 21 and 22 can still see the alt-country artist on Sept. 23 at the Great American Hall, where she will open the show for her friend Courtney Marie Andrews.

Courtney Marie Andrews

Courtney Marie Andrews.

Carlile announced the reason last week in an emotional post on Instagram.

“I’ve been thinking a lot lately about walking the walk, and for me, supporting other women really has to mean ‘supporting other women,'” she said. This summer she reached out to several artists and asked them to let her open for them. She will announce more shows later.

Carlile’s Sept. 21 show is marked as sold out. The Sept. 22 show, also at the Greek Theatre, still has tickets available, listed from $41 to $96. Tickets to the Courtney Marie Andrews show have been selling quickly, at $20 to $45.

Carlile, last week, released an album with Maren Morris, Amanda Shires, and Natalie Hemby as The Highwomen.



 

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Special announcement…✨ #womensupportingwomen #thehighwomenmovement #walkingthewalk @courtneymarieandrews

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