Shows

Oct
31
Portland, OR White Eagle
Tickets
Nov
02
Vancouver, Canada The Media Club
Tickets
Nov
05
Santa Cruz, CA Moe's Alley
Tickets
Nov
07
Los Angeles, CA The Mint
Tickets
Nov
08
Big Bear Lake, CA The Cave
w/ The Marshall Tucker Band
Tickets
Nov
09
San Juan Capistrano, CA THE COACH HOUSE
w/ The Marshall Tucker Band
Tickets
Nov
11
Tucson, AZ The Fox Theatre
Nov
13
Denver, CO Lost Lake
Tickets
Nov
16
Chicago, IL Schubas
Tickets
Nov
17
Pontiac, MI Pike Room
Tickets
Nov
19
New York, NY Rockwood
Nov
20
Cambridge, MA Atwoods Tavern
Tickets
Nov
21
Philadelphia, PA Tin Angel
Tickets
Apr
24
Indio, CA Stagecoach Festival
Tickets

Press

Posted: Mar 21, 2013

by Jennifer Carney, The Vinyl District, MARCH 21, 2013

Could you dismiss Pegi Young as having a charmed musical life? I suppose so.

But Young's third LP, Bracing For Impact, is an album from a woman who's long past her first tentative steps out into the musical world. Her music is as confident as it is introspective, and Young's skillful songwriting makes the listener wonder which songs are really tongue-in-cheek, because they all reach deeper. The transitions are seamless, and even the three songs not penned by Pegi Young (including one by her husband, Neil) fit in perfectly with the theme of survival with a smile.

Posted: Mar 21, 2013

by Jason Gonulsen, SpeakersInCode, May 21, 2013

I'm inside Pegi Young's tour bus.

For a while, it's just me and Pegi, sitting next to a lone open window. It's mostly dark, and the only sounds are our voices. Until, that is, when two members of her band walk in and join us for a few minutes.

Posted: Mar 17, 2013

by Jon Ferguson, Lancaster Online, March 17, 2013

Pegi Young's debut as a professional musician came in the mid-1990s, when she performed at the Academy Awards.

She sang backup on a song called "Philadelphia," which had been written for a film of the same name and was subsequently nominated for best original song. (Bruce Springsteen won for "Streets of Philadelphia.")