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15 May
2012


Alberta Cross will release their highly anticipated sophomore album, Songs of Patience, on ATO Records on July 17th, 2012. Additionally, the band will hit the road for the first live dates in support of Songs for Patience, kicking off in New York City on June 24th as part of this year’s Governor’s Ball Music Festival on Randall’s Island. Alberta Cross will also be touring with Everest starting on July 5th in Chicago for a run of summer dates. Tickets for these shows go on sale Friday, May 18th. All tour dates are listed below.

The title of Alberta Cross’ new album, Songs of Patience, is, in many ways, literal. After touring extensively behind their debut 2009, Broken Side Of Time, with bands like Them Crooked Vultures, Oasis, and Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, and stopping at festivals like Bonnaroo and Sasquatch, Alberta Cross headed to an old, abandoned house in the middle of nowhere near Woodstock, NY. There, they braved the freezing winter and embraced a sense of the building’s haunted past to envision ideas for a new record.

The Woodstock session opened the doors to craft the songs that would appear on Songs of Patience (ATO Records), but the group needed more inspiration. For core band members Petter Ericson Stakee (vocals/guitar) and Terry Wolfers (bass), the album they knew they could make was seemingly just out of their grasp. Ericson Stakee moved from New York City to Los Angeles in search of a new perspective, but when the rest of the band joined him in early 2011, the songs they knew would propel them forward remained elusive. Alberta Cross had a finished album that just didn’t feel right; so, they did what many great artists have done to move forward – they went backwards.

This, of course, meant that Ericson Stakee and Wolfers had to find their way back to what inspired Alberta Cross in the first place, which resulted in pairing down the Alberta Cross lineup to its original incarnation as a two-piece, in addition to stepping away from what they had created in order to look it in the face. This allowed them to admit that it needed revision, a step that ultimately allowed them to open up their creativity, pen additional tracks and re-mix/re-track a few songs from the L.A. sessions once they’d returned to New York. There, they laid down new songs, rounding out the original album to be an expansive, thoughtful portrait of their experiences. The result is one of the finest, most visceral rock albums of 2012.

Ultimately, Songs of Patience is both a throwback to Alberta Cross’ roots and a progression forward. It’s a record that is as soulful as it is driven. The album veers from the melodic sprawl of opener “Magnolia” to the pensive provocation of “Lay Down,” a song bolstered by crashing guitars and one of the record’s most thrilling choruses. “Wasteland” is a hook-laden, no-holds-barred rocker showcasing Ericson Stakee’s voice at its best, while “Crate of Gold” explores the motivations of the Occupy movement in all of its fuzzed-out, bass-driven glory. Indeed, Songs of Patience is the sum of three years’ worth of parts – a struggle that concluded in one hell of an album, and a brilliant new chapter in the musical journey of Alberta Cross.

Songs of Patience track listing:
1. Magnolia
2. Create Of Gold
3. Lay Down
4. Come on Maker
5. Ophelia On My Mind
6. Wasteland
7. I Believe In Everything
8. Life Without Warning
9. Money For The Weekend (Pocket Full of Shame)
10. Bonfires

Tour dates:
6/24/12 New York, NY @ Randall’s Island (Governor’s Ball Music Festival)
7/3/12 Milwaukee, WI @ Summerfest
7/5/12 Chicago, IL @ Lincoln Hall*
7/6/12 Columbus, OH @ The Basement*
7/7/12 Pontiac, MI @ The Crofoot – Pike Room*
7/9/12 Allston, MA @ Brighton Music Hall*
7/10/12 Philadelphia, PA @ Johnny Brendas*
7/12/12 Washington, DC @ Rock N Roll Hotel*
7/14/12 Cincinnati, OH @ Sawyer Point Park (Bunbury Music Festival)
7/16/12 Nashville, TN @ The High Watt*
7/17/12 St. Louis, MO @ Off Broadway*
7/19/12 Denver, CO @ Larimer Lounge*
7/22/12 San Diego, CA @ Casbah*
7/24/12 Los Angeles, CA @ Troubadour*
7/25/12 San Francisco, CA @ The Independent*
7/27/12 Portland, OR @ Peter’s Room*
7/28/12 Seattle, WA @ The Crocodile*
7/29/12 Vancouver, BC @ Media Club*

*with Everest

20 Apr
2012


On April 29th and 30th, The Bowery Electric will be holding a benefit concert to raise funds to benefit the children of Lucinda Gallagher, a super music fan and Jersey resident who tragically took her own life last year as well as The Samaritans of New York. The two-night concert will feature Jesse Malin, HR of Bad Brains, Marah, Tommy Stinson, Alan Vega & others as well as an auction & raffle of items from Fender, Mary Louise Parker, Danny Clinch, Bob Gruen, the Morrison Hotel Gallery and so much more.

Check out the press release below and make sure that you’re at the Bowery Electric on April 29th and 30th!

Last December our close community of friends, musicians, and music lovers lost one of its own when Lucinda Gallagher took her own life, leaving behind two amazing children. These young teenagers, now in the care of Lucinda’s dear friend, both have their mother’s rock and roll spirit. Like her, they are bright and soulful and have a deep appreciation for music as gifted budding musicians.

In order to raise funds for these children a two-night concert spectacular will be held at The Bowery Electric on April 29th and 30th featuring performances by Marah, Jesse Malin, HR (Bad Brains), Tommy Stinson (The Replacements / Guns N Roses), Alan Vega (Suicide), Jimmy Gnecco & Dave Milone (Ours), James Maddock, Willie Nile, Jim Boggia, Aaron Lee Tasjan, Petter Ericson Stakee (Alberta Cross) as well as special guests. In addition to the live show, an auction and raffle will be held which will include items donated by Mary Louise Parker, Fender, Bob Gruen, Danny Clinch, The Morrison Hotel Gallery & many more. 100% of the proceeds from the auction and concerts will be placed in a trust for Lucinda’s kids.

April 29th
Marah
Jesse Malin
Wille Nile
Jimmy Gnecco & Dave Milone
Jim Boggia
Aaron Lee Tasjan
Petter Ericson Stakee (of Alberta Cross)
TICKETS HERE

April 30th
HR (of Bad Brains)
Tommy Stinson
Alan Vega
James Maddock
Aaron Lee Tasjan
TICKETS HERE

AUCTION & RAFFLE ITEMS FROM…
Bob Gruen
Danny Clinch
Fender
John Varvatos
Mary Louise Parker
Morris Hotel Gallery
& Many More

06 Nov
2011

By Michel R Dussack

On Thursday October 20th, Alberta Cross, GIVERS, and Portugal. The Man played arguably the biggest show of the 2011 edition of the CMJ Marathon at Terminal 5. Alberta Cross, a band with origins both in Europe and New York took the stage first and played a solid 30 minute set, winning over many new fans and surely pleasing the fan who yelled out to them that he came to the show just to see them. It wasn’t hard to see why they garner enough dedication to have people come to the massive Terminal 5 to catch a short opening set. The band plays their music with an insane amount of energy, with vocalist Petter Ericson Stakee frequently coming to the edge of the stage to get right in the faces of the fans. At one point towards the end of their set, he took this one step further, hopping off the stage and into the photographer’s pit to get even closer to the crowd. While often classified as “folk rock”, Alberta Cross is so much more than that, nearing alternative on some of the heavier tracks, and country on some of the softer tracks.

GIVERS took the stage next and the indie pop group from Louisiana proved that they could easily handle playing on a large stage, something I had doubts about after catching them at the much more intimate Ace Hotel that afternoon. Vocalists Taylor Guarisco and Tiffany Lamson frequently trade lines and harmonize together, giving the band something that easily distinguishes them from the countless other indie pop bands out there right now. Tiffany Lamson can be seen as the bands secret weapon as she provides vocals, additional percussion, xylophone, and ukulele during the bands live set. Throughout their 35 minute set, the crowd was dancing, and many in the crowd seemed already familiar with the band’s material, most notably single “Up Up Up”.

By the time Portugal. The Man took the stage, the crowd was sufficiently warmed up, though whether or not they were fully ready for the nearly 2 hour, 24 song marathon set is debatable. Kicking things off with the massive hit “So American”, it’s clear there’s something about this band that can’t be captured on their records. Perhaps it’s their high energy performances, their outstanding lighting and stage designs, or even their dedicated fans. The crowd was something completely unexpected for many who’ve never seen the band before – moshpits broke out, and crowdsurfers came sailing over the railing frequently. Opening with one of your biggest hits from your newest album usually means a band is going to focus on new material solely, and while most of “In The Mountain In The Cloud” was played throughout the night, it would be a while before the band would even think of playing another track from it.

A roaring cover of The Beatles’ “Helter Skelter” came early on, something unexpected, at least from this reviewer. This was no straight cover though – the band made it their own, making it sufficiently heavier, and dare I say it, headbanging material. Old favorite “AKA M80 The Wolf” followed and the crowd really started to go insane. A blend of older hits and newer numbers would follow, each track seemingly morphing right into the next one. Popular cover “All The Young Dudes” would come a couple songs later, prompting a massive sing-along. When the band launched into “Elephants” next, it was clear that it wasn’t just covers that the crowd knew nearly every word to. Portugal. The Man then started alternating old song and new song, each one prompting a larger cheer from the crowd. By the time the last song “Sleep Forever” came, it was hard to imagine that the band could last much longer.

After a brief encore break, they returned however, for a 5 song encore that pushed what was already an outstanding performance over the top, into one that many will not soon forget. Most notable was a brilliant cover of Oasis’ “Don’t Look Back In Anger”, something that many bands would never even think about attempting. They would then go on to play “Guns and Dogs”, and close the show with “Chicago”, off their debut album “Waiter: You Vultures”, a real treat for the long time fans at the show. If it seems to you that Portugal. The Man crept up out of nowhere to be playing to a near sold out crowd at Terminal 5, you’d be right. Just last year they were playing at the much more intimate Highline Ballroom. However, it’s clear that they belong in bigger venues, and that the reason behind their success (not to mention loyal fanbase) is their amazing live shows.

All photos by Michel R Dussack


ALBERTA CROSS

GIVERS

PORTUGAL. THE MAN

27 Sep
2011


Alberta Cross have released their highly-anticipated new album, The Rolling Thunder EP on ATO Records. The EP recorded at legendary studios Electric Lady in New York City and Sunset Sound in Los Angeles can be purchased here, and was inspired by time spent across the globe – from a cottage in Wales to the haunting seclusion of the North Carolina woods. The limited edition EP, of which only 2000 copies were printed, will be available exclusively at the band’s concerts and indie retail stores, satiating fans until the release of an entirely new full-length album in early 2012.

STREAM THE ROLLING THUNDER EP

Alberta Cross recently performed at Virgin Mobile Free Fest in Maryland and the Cosmopolitan Hotel in Las Vegas, and will support their new EP this fall on an extensive national tour with psych-folk buzz act Portugal. The Man, starting September 28th in Santa Clara, CA. They will be playing new songs, recently perfected during residencies at The Casbah in San Diego and Velvet Jones in Santa Barbara, as well as digging into their back catalog for long-time fans. Scroll down for the full list of the band’s upcoming tour dates.

Ketel One Vodka has recently announced a major partnership with Alberta Cross, as the band and their new hit “Money For The Weekend” is featured in the brand’s prominent TV, radio and digital ad campaigns throughout 2011. Acclaimed director David O. Russell (The Fighter, I Heart Huckabees, Three Kings) shot an exclusive Ketel One performance video series with Alberta Cross which is available for viewing on the band’s facebook page.

The Rolling Thunder EP is the follow up to Alberta Cross’ critically-acclaimed album Broken Side of Time. Their breakthrough release earned praise from major outlets such as Rolling Stone who called the band “A breaking artist”, Esquire Magazine who called the record “as electrically dark as it is electrifyingly determined”, and Billboard who called Broken Side of Time “a step forward in cementing the band’s place in American blues-rock”. For more information on Alberta Cross and their upcoming EP/tour, please check out the band’s website.

Dates w/ Portgual. The Man
9/28 – Santa Clara, CA @ Avalon
9/30 – San Diego, CA @ House of Blues
10/1 – Los Angeles, CA @ Avalon
10/2 – Tuscon, AZ @ Rialto Theatre
10/4 – Albuquerque, NM @ Sunshine Theatre
10/6 – Austin, TX @ Stubb’s Outdoor
10/7 – San Antonio, TX @ White Rabbit
10/8 – Laredo, TX @ Old No. 2**
10/10 – Iowa City, IA @ Gabe’s**
10/11 – Columbia, MO @ The Blue Note
10/12 – Omaha, NE @ The Waiting Room
10/13 – Minneapolis, MN @ First Avenue
10/14 – Milwaukee, WI @ Turner Hall
10/15 – Chicago, IL @ Metro
10/16 – Detroit, MU @ St. Andrew’s Hall
10/18 – Toronto, ON @ Opera House
10/20 – New York, NY @ Terminal 5
10/21 – Providence, RI @ Lupo’s
10/22 – Boston, MA @ Paradise Rock Club
10/23 – Philadelphia, PA @ Theatre of Living Arts
10/25 – Washington DC @ 9:30 Club
10/26 – Charlottesville, VA @ Jefferson Theater
10/27 – Charlotte, NC @ Nieghborhood Theater
10/28 – Atlanta, GA @ Variety Playhouse
10/29 – Oxford, MS @ The Lyric

** Portugal. The Man not performing

More on Alberta Cross:
Official Site
Facebook
Twitter

24 Sep
2011

Alberta Cross have announced their highly-anticipated new album, The Rolling Thunder EP, will be released on September 27th via ATO Records. The EP was recorded at world famous studios Electric Ladyland in New York City and Sunset Sound in Los Angeles. It was inspired by time spent across the globe – from a cottage in Wales to the haunting seclusion of the North Carolina woods. Thelimited edition EP will only be available at the band’s concerts and indie retail stores, satiating fans until the release of an entirely new full-length album in early 2012.

Alberta Cross will support their new EP this fall on an extensive national tour with psych-folk buzz act Portugal. The Man, launching September 28th in Santa Clara, CA. The band will also perform at the Virgin Mobile Free Fest in Maryland and the Cosmopolitan Hotel in Las Vegas. They will be playing new songs, recently perfected during residencies at The Casbah in San Diego and Velvet Jones in Santa Barbara, but will also be digging into their back catalog for long-time fans. (Full dates below)

Ketel One Vodka has recently announced a major partnership with Alberta Cross, as the band and their new hit “Money For The Weekend” is featured in the brand’s prominent TV, radio and digital ad campaigns throughout 2011. Acclaimed director David O. Russell (The Fighter, I Heart Huckabees, Three Kings) shot an exclusive Ketel One performance video series with Alberta Cross which is available for viewing on the band’s facebook page.

The Rolling Thunder EP is the follow up to Alberta Cross’ critically-acclaimed album Broken Side of Time. Their breakthrough release earned praise from major outlets such as Rolling Stone who called the band “A breaking artist”, Esquire Magazine who called the record “as electrically dark as it is electrifyingly determined”, and Billboard who called Broken Side of Time “a step forward in cementing the band’s place in American blues-rock”. For more information on Alberta Cross and their upcoming EP/tour, please check out the band’s website http://www.albertacross.net/.

Tour Dates

9/23 – 9/24 – Las Vegas, NV @ The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas

Dates w/ Portgual. The Man
9/28 – Santa Clara, CA @ Avalon
9/30 – San Diego, CA @ House of Blues
10/1 – Los Angeles, CA @ Avalon
10/2 – Tuscon, AZ @ Rialto Theatre
10/4 – Albuquerque, NM @ Sunshine Theatre
10/6 – Austin, TX @ Stubb’s Outdoor
10/7 – San Antonio, TX @ White Rabbit
10/11 – Columbia, MO @ The Blue Note
10/12 – Omaha, NE @ The Waiting Room
10/13 – Minneapolis, MN @ First Avenue
10/14 – Milwaukee, WI @ Turner Hall
10/15 – Chicago, IL @ Metro
10/16 – Detroit, MU @ St. Andrew’s Hall
10/18 – Toronto, ON @ Opera House
10/20 – New York, NY @ Terminal 5
10/22 – Boston, MA @ Paradise Rock Club
10/23 – Philadelphia, PA @ Theatre of Living Arts
10/25 – Washington DC @ 9:30 Club
10/26 – Charlottesville, VA @ Jefferson Theater
10/27 – Charlotte, NC @ Nieghborhood Theater
10/28 – Atlanta, GA @ Variety Playhouse
10/29 – Oxford, MS @ The Lyric

More on Alberta Cross:

Official Site
Facebook
Twitter

27 Jul
2011

Alberta Cross is the latest band to be featured as part of the Ketel One’s new video series that showcases up and coming artists. We’ve seen the NYC rockers live in concert and it’s always a good time. The band’s video “Money For The Weekend” is the first of six in the series. Let’s enjoy the video together and be sure to catch Alberta Cross on the road this summer (dates below)


Casbah Residency – San Diego, CA – August 3-24 (Wednesdays)
Velvet Jones Residency – Santa Barbara, CA – August 5-26 (Fridays)
Mt. Adams Music Festival – Mt. Adams, OH – August 13
Belly Up Aspen – Aspen, CO – August 31
The Bluebird Theater – Denver, CO – September 1
Truck America Festival – Big Indian, NY – September 9-11
Virgin Mobile FreeFest – Columbia, MD – September 9-11, 2011 – FREE
Avalon – Santa Clara, CA – September 28, 2011 – With Portugal. The Man
Avalon – Los Angeles, CA – October 1, 2011 – With Portugal. The Man
Rialto Theatre – Tucson, AZ – October 2, 2011 – With Portugal. The Man
Sunshine Theatre – Albuquerque, NM – October 4, 2011 – With Portugal. The Man
Stubb’s Outdoor – Austin, TX – October 6, 2011 – With Portugal. The Man
White Rabbit – San Antonio, TX – October 7, 2011 – With Portugal. The Man
The Blue Note – Columbia, MO – October 11, 2011 – With Portugal. The Man
The Waiting Room – Omaha, NE – October 12, 2011 – With Portugal. The Man
First Avenue – Minneapolis, MN – October 13, 2011 – With Portugal. The Man
Turner Hall – Milwaukee, WI – October 14, 2011 – With Portugal. The Man
Metro – Chicago, IL – October 15, 2011 – With Portugal. The Man
St. Andrew’s Hall – Detroit, MI – October 16, 2011 – With Portugal. The Man
Opera House – Toronto, ON – October 18, 2011 – With Portugal. The Man
Terminal 5 – New York, NY – October 20, 2011 – With Portugal. The Man
Paradise Rock Club – Boston, MA – October 22, 2011 – With Portugal. The Man
Theatre of Living Arts – Philadelphia, PA – October 23, 2011 – With Portugal. The Man
9:30 Club – Washington D.C. – October 25, 2011 – With Portugal. The Man
Jefferson Theater – Charlottesville, VA – October 26, 2011 – With Portugal. The Man
Neighborhood Theater – Charlotte, NC – October 27, 2011 – With Portugal. The Man
Variety Playhouse – Atlanta, GA – October 28, 2011 – With Portugal. The Man
The Lyric – Oxford, MS – October 29, 2011 – With Portugal. The Man

07 Feb
2011

The 10th anniversary of Sasquatch! Music Festival will proudly feature:

Foo Fighters, Death Cab For Cutie, Modest Mouse , Wilco, The Flaming Lips (performing The Soft Bulletin & more), The Decemberists, Bright Eyes, Iron & Wine, Rodrigo Y Gabriela, Bassnectar, Robyn, Flogging Molly, Death From Above 1979, Pink Martini, Cold War Kids, Old 97’s, Ratatat, Wolf Parade, Chromeo, Guided By Voices, Yeasayer, Beach House, Sharon Jones & The Dap Kings, Local Natives, Matt & Kim, Deerhunter, Mstrkrft, Trailer Park Boys, Sleigh Bells, Major Lazer, Flying Lotus, Skrillex, Tokyo Police Club, Fitz & The Tantrums, !!!, Archers of Loaf, Against Me!, The Thermals, Best Coast, CSS, Surfer Blood, Jenny & Johnny, Macklemore & Ryan Lewis, The Head & The Heart, Bonobo (DJ Set), City and Colour, Reggie Watts, K-Os, Gayngs, Tim Minchin, The Drums, The Radio Dept, Young the Giant, The Antlers, Sharon Van Etten, Villagers, Stornoway, Aloe Blacc, Black Mountain, Moondoggies, Noah & The Whale, Sam Roberts Band, Secret Sisters, Twin Shadow, Das Racist, Wye Oak, Tig Notaro, Wheedle’s Groove, Smith Westerns, Rival Schools, Foster the People, Alberta Cross, S. Carey, White Denim, Washed Out, Gold Panda, Dan Mangan, Axis of Awesome, The Globes, Cotton Jones, Jaill, Mad Rad, Basia Bulat, Other Lives, The Bronx, White Arrows, Pepper Rabbit, Talkdemonic, Rebecca Gates and The Consortium, The Young Evils, and more!

Following last year’s fastest sellout ever, record attendance and rave reviews from national media, Sasquatch adds a fourth day and celebrates its 10th year of being what SPIN hails as “a pick-your-poison selection for your party at the edge of the earth,” May 27-30 (Memorial Day Weekend) at The Gorge in Quincy, WA.

Esurance, the direct-to-consumer personal car insurance company, will return in 2011 as the title sponsor for the Sasquatch! Music Festival. A green sponsor of the event since 2007, Esurance will continue its ongoing drive toward a planet-friendly festival. Following on the success of 2010′s carpooling initiatives, the eco-conscious insurance company will again provide this year’s concertgoers with multiple ridesharing opportunities through partner Zimride. Esurance also plans to implement new programs aimed at maximizing the concert experience for music lovers, while continuing to promote a more sustainable event.

After a successful 2010 partnership with Sasquatch, Honda returns for 2011 with the Honda Bigfoot Stage and Honda Zone. The Honda Zone will feature the all-new Civic along with the CR-Z sport hybrid coupe. The Honda Zone will be an attraction offering festival goers activities and prizes. Additionally, Sasquatch’s carbon offsets will be provided by Honda through Carbon Harmony.

http://www.sasquatchfestival.com

28 Dec
2010

Our favorite late night music show is Last Call with Carson Daly. Every episode has a cool spotlight feature on a little known artist (musical or not) that’s about to explode and a great live performance. This is all possible because of the addition of music producer Davis Powers who’s in charge of all the music that you see on the show. We recently spoke with Davis all about the show (our interview will be available later this week) and asked him about his top 5 moments of 2010 from Last Call. Check them out below (with video proof!)

1. Fitz and The Tantrums performing “Money Grabber”: We captured the band at their big homecoming show at The El Rey Theatre. The crowd was so electric and Fitz had them at his fingertips–just check out the video..



2. Albert Cross @ The Troubadour: The UK band made their television debut with us and quickly proved they were one of the best new live rock bands out there.

3. A Perfect Circle performing “The Noose”: We worked closely with Maynard to collaborate on the look and feel of this shoot. Everything totally translated and Maynard even sat down with Carson for a rare interview.

4. Built to Spill making their second ever TV appearance with us: I have been a life long fan and jumped at the opportunity to pitch them appearing on the show. Doug and the gang couldnt have been nicer and they played a very memorable set that night that we were lucky enough to capture.

5. Carson interviewing Tift Merritt: This was one of the first interviews Carson did when I became the music booker. He didnt even blink when I pitched her and he was so passionate about highlighting her talents and giving her some much deserved airtime, I knew I had landed at the right show..

Tift on Last Call with Carson Daly from Tift Merritt on Vimeo.

23 Sep
2010

Alberta Cross was featured last night on Last Call with Carson Daly. Check out the video which includes a great performance of “ATX” from the Troubadour and pick up their album Broken Side of Time on iTunes, Amazon MP3 (Only $5!), CD

27 Aug
2010

In conjunction with the release of their sophomore album Sugar (available on iTunes), out this week via TAO/Old Flame, Dead Confederate band is premiering the video for the track, “Run From The Gun” (mp3) on The Huffington Post. Guitarist, vocalist and co-songwriter Hardy Morris spoke with the Huffington Post about the video, which, due to the track’s political undertones, is comprised of vintage footage from conflicts spanning the past century, as well as clips from D.W. Griffith’s Birth of a Nation. Scott Carney from the band Wax Fang compiled all of the footage and edited the video.

Watch “Run From The Gun” Video

Dead Confederate have tons of exciting dates coming up all across the country. Don’t miss them!

Dead Confederate Tour Dates:
08-26 Baton Rouge, LA – Chelsea’s *
08-27 Houston, TX – Cactus Music (in-store performance) *
08-27 Houston, TX – Mango’s *
08-28 Austin, TX – The Mohawk *
08-29 Dallas, TX – The Loft *
08-31 Steamboat Springs, CO — Old Town Pub *
09-01 Aspen, CO – Belly Up*
09-02 Salt Lake City, UT – Urban Lounge*
09-03 Boise, ID – Neurolux*
09-05 Seattle, WA РHard Rock Caf̩ @
09-06 Portland, OR – Doug Fir Lounge # *
09-08 San Francisco, CA – Great American Music Hall #
09-09 Santa Barbara, CA – SoHo#
09-10 Costa Mesa, CA – Detroit Bar
09-11 Los Angeles, CA – Troubadour #
09-12 Solana Beach, CA – Belly Up # *
09-14 Tucson, AZ – Plush #*
09-15 Phoenix, AZ – Rhythm Room #*
09-17 Telluride, CO – Telluride Blues & Brews Festival #
09-18 Denver, CO – Larimer Lounge #
09-19 Boulder, CO – Fox Theatre #
09-21 St. Louis, MO – The Firebird #
09-22 Chicago, IL – Double Door #
09-23 Akron, OH – Musica !
09-24 Pittsburgh, PA – Rex Theater !
09-25 West Chester, PA – The Note #
09-26 Boston, MA – The Middle East #
09-28 Brooklyn, NY – Music Hall of Williamsburg !
09-29 Washington DC – Rock and Roll Hotel !
09-30 Carrboro, NC – Cat’s Cradle !
10-01 Charlotte, NC – Snug Harbor !
10-02 Charleston, SC – Patriot’s Point $
10-29 New Orleans, LA – Voodoo Festival

@ with Surfer Blood
# with Alberta Cross
* with Futurebirds
! with Mt St Helen’s Vietnam Band
$ with Widespread Panic

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