The Current and New Belgium Brewing Company are excited to announce our next #MicroShow: We’re bringing Jenny Lewis to the intimate Clown Lounge in the basement of the Turf Club for a special happy hour show the day before her gig at Palace Theatre. Tickets will not be sold to this event; the only way in is to win.
Jenny Lewis is back with her fourth full-length record, On the Line, which comes out on March 22 via Warner Bros. Records.
Lewis recorded the album in her hometown of Los Angeles, but wrote the record’s songs in various locations around the U.S., including Minnesota. She said that having family in Wisconsin and Minnesota has given her roots in the upper Midwest. Lewis’s father lived in Hastings and passed away in Minnesota. “I have a lot of friends and a community of musicians that I’ve been so lucky to meet and play with over the years,” said Lewis about Minnesota. “I’ve just fallen in love with the Twin Cities, and the little towns surrounding the Twin Cities.”
Jenny Lewis has confirmed her highly anticipated return with her fourth solo album – On The Line – out spring 2019 on Warner Bros. Records. Since releasing 2014’s critically acclaimed The Voyager— which NPR likened to “California sunshine glinting off the Pacific Ocean, steeped in the West Coast pop sounds of the 1970s”— Jenny Lewis has been plotting her highly anticipated return. Between headlining dates around the globe and stealing the show at Newport Folk Festival 2018, not to mention captivating audiences as special guest of Beck at Madison Square Garden, Jenny has been fastidious in recording brand new material. Featuring a who’s who of supporting players including Beck, Benmont Tench, Don Was, Jim Keltner and Ringo Starr among others, and recorded at the distinguished Capitol Studios, On The Line will no doubt be a triumphant and irresistible highlight of 2019.