Former Grandaddy frontman Jason Lytle officially ended his creative hibernation last month as he played half a dozen sets at the South By Southwest music festival, making both rabid Grandaddy fans and the hosts at NPR's All Songs Considered very happy.
Now with the release of his long-awaited solo debut, Yours Truly, the Commuter, just around the corner, Jason Lytle is seemingly busier than ever. He recently contributed vocal performances on Divided by Night by The Crystal Method, scheduled for release May 12th, on the upcoming Dark Night of the Soul album, a collaboration between Danger Mouse and Mark Linkous of Sparklehorse, not to mention the new critically acclaimed M. Ward album Hold Time.
In addition to stints in various studios, Lytle will also support labelmate and current It Girl Neko Case on a handful of shows. Together, Case and Lytle will perform at the historic Greek Theater in Los Angeles along with a number of other west coast dates.
6/4 SEATTLE PARAMOUNT THEATRE
6/5 PORTLAND CRYSTAL BALLROOM
6/7 EUGENE MCDONALD THEATRE
6/9 SAN FRAN WARFIELD
6/12 LOS ANGELES GREEK