Lily Mae Harrington - DREAM TOUR

Join us as Lily Mae Harrington tells you about her dream tour lineup.

Lily Mae Harrington - DREAM TOUR

In this Dream Tour segment, the indie pop singer/songwriter, Lily Mae Harrington, reveals who she would want on her ultimate tour lineup. You can check out their picks below:

My dream tour would be a Lilith Fair of sorts ;) An all-female line up of Artists or who have planted musical seeds in my soul and helped me find my sound.

Here's the festival line up!

Joy Oladokun
Maddi Cunningham
Jenny Lewis
Me :)
Brittany Howard and The Alabama Shakes

Joy Oladukom- Joy’s powerful lyrics make my head turn. The vibe she exudes with just her and the acoustic make for an incredible first act.

Maddi Cunningham - When I first saw Maddi perform “Pin it Down” live by herself at the Watkins family hour 5 years ago my jaw hit the floor. I never know what her next melody will be. She might be my favorite guitar player in the world.

BoyGenius- I’ve been a fan of Boy Genius since the first EP. Songs like “Stay Down” and “Salt in the Wound” would build up the vibe for the next set of performers.

Haim- “Women in Music part 3” is a perfect album. Every time I listen I hear a new lyric that unlocks a different meaning. Haim’s energy is contagious and makes you proud to be a woman rocking.

Jenny Lewis- Jenny is an artist who has a song for every feeling and chapter of single ladydom. Her story telling has made me feel less alone. Maybe I’d hop up with her “one of the guys”, and transition into my set! :)

Tuneyards- Merrill Garbus has been an integral part of my voice journey. This woman’s understanding of the human voice is next level. She knows how to write a catchy lyric and she knows how to hook you with a deep one all while fitting it into her sometimes jarring yet seamless production. This would also be the point in the festival where the mushrooms chocolates would hit.

Brittany Howard and the Alabama Shakes-
Last but certainly not least would be Brittany Howard and the Alabama Shakes. Both “Boy and Girls” and “Sound and Color” have served as a flight to deeper exploration in myself and sound. When I first heard Brittany, I felt permission to explore my voice and shed the "pretty sound" expectation.

I'm not gonna lie, I really wanna see this line up!

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