Singer-songwriter, and frontman of the Smashing Pumpkins, William Patrick Corgan releases his solo album, with the accompanying tour starting tomorrow.
The long-awaited Ogilala, produced by Rick Rubin, has a prevalence of acoustic guitar, piano and strings. This is William Patrick Corgan‘s second solo album, the first being TheFutureEmbrace which was released back in 2005.
Ogilala is available in various formats. As well as being available on CD, you can also get it on 180-gram gatefold vinyl. A limited edition blue vinyl can be purchased from his webstore, and a limited edition pink vinyl is available at select retailers.
Corgan appeared on the Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon last night, performing the lead song, “Aeronaut”. If you missed, you can see the performance here:
You can also catch Corgan on The Howard Stern Show on SiriusXM on Monday, October 16.
Tomorrow marks the start of his acoustic solo North American tour in support of the new release. During these shows, he will perform songs from Ogilala, as well as a second set which will encompass his songs from The Smashing Pumpkins and more. The tour includes four sold-out shows in LA.
William Patrick Corgan North American Tour Dates
October 14- Brooklyn, NY. Murmrr Theatre
October 15- Brooklyn, NY. Murmrr Theatre
October 18- Wilmington, DE. Grand Opera House
October 20- Toronto, ON. Queen Elizabeth Theatre
October 24- Chicago, IL. Athenaeum Theatre
October 25- Chicago, IL. Athenaeum Theatre
October 27- Nashville, TN. CMA Theater
October 29 – Boulder, CO. Boulder Theater
November 1- San Francisco, CA. Herbst Theatre
November 2- San Francisco, CA. Herbst Theatre
November 9- Los Angeles, CA. Masonic Lodge @ Hollywood Forever Cemetery
November 10- Los Angeles, CA. Masonic Lodge @ Hollywood Forever Cemetery
November 11- Los Angeles, CA. Masonic Lodge @ Hollywood Forever Cemetery
November 12 – Los Angeles, CA. Masonic Lodge @ Hollywood Forever Cemetery
Tickets are available here.
Earlier this month, Corgan premiered Pillbox, a silent film which is set to the music of Ogilala. You can watch the official trailer for the film here. The film was written by Corgan, and directed by Corgan along with his longtime collaborator, Linda Strawberry.
3. The Spaniards
5. The Long Goodbye
6. Half-Life Of An Autodidact