Photos: Citizen Cope Played One of 8 Sold-Out Shows @ City Winery

Citizen Cope Played one of 8 Sold-Out Shows @ City Winery

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Citizen Cope--born Clarence Greenwood--released his fifth album, The Rainwater LP, in 2010 after a nearly five-year hiatus. Photo by Erica Camille
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The show was one of eight Citizen Cope dates scheduled in March at the cozy venue, all of them sold out. Photo by Erica Camille
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The Rainwater LP was recorded in part at Brooklyn Recording in Cobble Hill, Brooklyn. Photo by Erica Camille
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He was born in Memphis and raised in Washington, DC, but Greenwood now calls the Borough of Kings home. Photo by Erica Camille
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Citizen Cope is one of the busiest touring artists on the scene today. In 2008, he sold 100,000 tickets in North America alone. Photo by Erica Camille
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Cope's career, which began in 1999, was essentially launched by a Washington Post feature in '02 that called him "the city's most soulful export since Marvin Gaye." Photo by Erica Camille
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Tickets for Cope's five-show run at City Winery March 13-16 sold out so fast, three more shows were added. Photo by Erica Camille
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The dates are part of a Rainwater world tour that'll keep the musican busy through May 2011. Photo by Erica Camille
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