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An L.A.-based indie-folk band is embarking on an unusual tour this month — four shows in five nights, covering the four states in the Four Corners region of the American southwest: New Mexico, Arizona, Utah and Colorado.

Abby and the Myth has scheduled its Four Corners Tour for Nov. 18-22, a series of small concerts at private homes and cafes. Utah will be the third stop, on Nov. 20, with a show at Mac House 'n Pub, a residence in South Salt Lake.

The band started as a solo project of Colorado-born musician Abby Posner, a multi-instrumentalist and songwriter who has played banjo on "Glee" and written songs featured on "This American Life."

Posner started working on her solo effort, now the band Abby and The Myth, in 2011. She started fleshing out her live shows in 2013, with Posner on banjo, along with accordionist Cara Batema, Donovan Bullen on upright bass, and drummer David Celia. The band has played extensively around the L.A. scene, with a style that has been compared to such folk-rock luminaries as Mumford & Sons and The Lumineers. The band's first album, "When You Dig a Well," is due out early next year.

To reserve a spot for Abby and The Myth's Utah house concert, email Posner directly: