Red Light Management


February 23, 2018

ST. PAUL, Minn. – When singer/songwriter Caitlyn Smith, that Rolling Stone calls a “Roots-pop powerhouse,” cut her teeth in the clubs of Minnesota’s Twin Cities she never thought she would be explaining her long journey to her career as an artist, but all of that changed with her album, Starfire. The Cannon Falls, Minnesota-native took CBS’ Jan Crawford around St. Paul, Minnesota to show This Morning (hyperlink) viewers where she discovered her love for songwriting and performing and what led to her career as an artist now living in Nashville, Tennessee.
In the piece, the singer that New York Times calls “format-defying” with a “striking voice” chats with CBS at the legendary Turf Club, where she grew up watching music, and where she played herself just last month, as she discusses influencers and impactful moments through out her career. Also in the piece, Smith, who started a band at age 12 and used her college fund to record her first album, reveals the ups-and-downs of pursuing her lifelong dream and the moments that led to Starfire.
Caitlyn’s first headlining tour announced earlier this week will begin April 5 at Northampton, Massachusetts’s Iron Horse Music Hall and will end May 10 at Nashville, Tennessee’s Mercy Lounge.

Starfire Tour Dates
Saturday, March 3 – Fitzgerald Theater, St. Paul, Minnesota*
Thursday, April 5 – Iron Horse Music Hall, Northampton, Massachusetts
Friday, April 6 – Café 939 at Berklee, Boston, Massachusetts
Saturday, April 7 – Port City Music Hall, Portland, Maine
Sunday, April 8 – Higher Ground – Showcase Room, South Burlington, Vermont
Tuesday, April 10 – The Southern, Charlottesville, Virginia
Thursday, April 12 – The Wonder Bar, Asbury Park, New Jersey
Friday, April 13 – Mercury Lounge, New York, New York
Saturday, April 14 – World Café – Upstairs Live, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Sunday, April 15 – Rock and Roll Hotel, Washington, DC
Tuesday, April 17 – A&R Music Bar, Columbus, Ohio
Wednesday, April 18 – Madison Live, Covington, Kentucky
Friday, April 20 — Cannon Falls Auditorium, Cannon Falls, Minnesota
Saturday, April 21 – The Rave Bar, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Sunday, April 22 – Canopy Club, Urbana, Illinois
Wednesday, April 25 – Saturn, Birmingham, Alabama
Thursday, April 26 – Eddie’s Attic, Decatur, Georgia
Friday, April 27 – The Spinning Jenny, Greer, South Carolina
Saturday, April 28 – The Evening Muse, Charlotte, North Carolina
Wednesday, May 2 – SPACE, Evanston, Illinois
Thursday, May 3 –Blind Pig, Ann Arbor, Michigan
Friday, May 4 – Musica, Akron, Ohio
Saturday, May 5 – The Club at Stage AE, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Wednesday, May 9 – Georgia Theatre, Athens, Georgia
Thursday, May 10 – Mercy Lounge, Nashville, Tennessee
Friday, May 25 – BottleRock Festival, Napa, California*
Friday, August 24 – Lockn’ Festival, Arrington, Virginia*

*Denotes previously announced dates that are not on Smith’s Starfire Tour