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01 May
2012


Jack’s Mannequin premiered the official video for their single “Release Me” today at Buzznet. The song comes off of their third studio album, People and Things. The video, directed by Michael J. Goldberg and Matt Campbell, uses a fan-swoon-inducing format featuring Andrew McMahon, a green screen and some cyclical social commentary.

Watch it below:

Jack’s Mannequin released People and Things last October. Andrew McMahon described the album as a “final installment to a three-part story,” preceded by successes, Everything in Transit, and, The Glass Passenger. The highly anticipated album launched with accompanying live stream performance and Q&A for fans, as well as an artistic short film for each of its 11 songs.

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12 Feb
2012

By Michel Dussack

On February 8th, Andrew McMahon and the rest of Jack’s Mannequin brought their ‘People and Things’ tour to Irving Plaza to play the first of two sold out shows. Eager fans lined up early to be close to their favorite band, and to some of them, a hero and inspiration in the form of McMahon. The line to get inside was wrapped around the corner before the doors even opened, and the venue was at ¾ capacity before the first act even went on, quite remarkable considering the 6pm doors and 7pm start times.

After impressive sets by both Allen Stone and Jukebox The Ghost, Jack’s Mannequin took the stage shortly after 9pm to play a twenty song set that clocked in just over an hour and forty five minutes. As each member walked on stage and McMahon hopped on top of his piano asking the crowd if they were “fucking ready”, they began to play a much more aggressive version of ‘Bloodshot’. Not a minute had passed before McMahon hopped off the stage to get a little closer to fans and sing to them from the photo pit not once, but twice. The show was an impressive and equal mix of all three of the bands albums, with no album getting overlooked by the band.

It’s clear that if they had wanted to, Jack’s Mannequin could’ve played a much larger venue in NYC, such as Terminal 5, or even Roseland Ballroom, given how quickly both nights at Irving Plaza sold out, but as McMahon explained, they’ve got a lot of history with Irving Plaza. McMahon told the crowd how once he started to recover from his 2005 leukemia diagnosis, “one of the first things we did was play a show at Irving Plaza”. He also commented how there were a lot of rooms you can play in New York City, but nowhere that you could get as close to your fans as Irving Plaza.

Perhaps the most interesting thing about Jack’s Mannequin is how it initially started off as a side project to an already successful band ‘Something Corporate’, but quickly became McMahon’s main focus. Indeed, at nearly every Jack’s Mannequin show there is the fan who chooses to be ‘that guy’ and yell out a request for “Konstantine”, a fan favorite song from the Something Corporate days, which leads to McMahon saying that he won’t play it without the rest of ‘Something Corporate’. Interestingly enough, this was the first McMahon set I’ve EVER attended where no one yelled out for it, though someone did yell out for an undisclosed older song to which McMahon laughed and remarked “I just heard a guy request a song I haven’t played since I was 15”. When the crowd cheered he elaborated and told the crowd “Don’t get excited, that means I don’t know how to play it anymore”.

Jack’s Mannequin encompass quite a few styles throughout their three studio albums, with the first, “Everything In Transit”, taking on a much more edgy rock vibe, the second, “The Glass Passenger” taking on a much more mellow vibe, the result of an album about recovery, and the third “People and Things” having a much more pop vibe, despite it’s very serious lyrics. While tracks from all three albums were received well by the crowd, it was indeed the songs off “Everything In Transit” that received the biggest reactions. Standouts from the main set included a solo version of the bands biggest hit, “Swim”, “The Mixed Tape”, and the anthemic sing-along “La La Lie”.

When the band returned for their encore, they worked backwards through their catalogue, with McMahon and guitarist Bobby “Raw” Anderson coming out to play “Restless Dream” first. Anderson stepped off stage to allow McMahon to play the first half of “Caves” alone, which came with the warning that because it was New York, they had to do something special and such, would play “Caves” which hadn’t been played all tour. “Caves”, the bands longest song, clocking in at seven and a half minutes, is probably the song that most perfectly encompasses Jack’s Mannequin. It starts off slow with just McMahon on piano, but by the time it finishes, it’s a storming rock track with lyrics about sickness and recovery. The band closed with fan favorite “Dark Blue” off their debut album, a track that everyone in the packed venue sang along with. It was indeed a perfect night with Jack’s Mannequin, something that’s incredibly important given the news that McMahon is considering retiring the moniker. However, while thanking fans and his band at the end of the night, he commented that he was looking forward to playing with them for “many more moons”. Either way, with the future uncertain for Jack’s Mannequin, every fan left Irving Plaza content with a great show from the band.

All photos courtesy of Michel Dussack


12 Jan
2012

Jack’s Mannequin performed “Release Me” on the Tonight Show with Jay Leno.

Watch the video below:

06 Dec
2011

Jack’s Mannequin performed “Release Me” and “Casting Lines” on Jimmy Kimmel Live.

Watch the video below and pick up the album People and Things on iTunes, Amazon MP3, CD, Vinyl

16 Nov
2011


Jack’s Mannequin have announced 2012 tour dates in support of People and Things, which was released on October 4th. The band just wrapped up a five week nationwide tour this weekend with a pair of hometown shows that included the sold-out annual Dear Jack Foundation Benefit Concert at Los Angeles’ El Rey Theater on Friday that raised money for frontman Andrew McMahon’s Dear Jack Foundation, a volunteer-run charitable organization that helps raise awareness and supports charities that help young adult cancer patients. Jack’s Mannequin will perform on Jimmy Kimmel Live! on December 5th, and then in the new year will set off on a string of US dates that kick off in St. Louis on January 19 and run through February 11 in Washington DC. Following the US tour they will head to Australia for the Soundwave Festival before heading to Japan for a handful of dates.

People and Things debuted at #1 on Billboard’s Alternative Albums Chart and at #9 on the overall Billboard 200 chart, as well as at #9 on Spotify’s album chart. American Songwriter called the first single “My Racing Thoughts” “a superb piece of piano rock that rivals some of Elton John’s best ’70s hits” and calls People and Things “easily the most musically cohesive album in the band’s catalog thus far.” Absolute Punk agrees that “it isn’t a stretch to call People and Things the best record of Andrew McMahon’s career. It’s almost a given that no pop album this year will be able to match the depth of this release.”

Jack’s Mannequin’s new single “Release Me” is impacting radio now.

Watch: “Release Me” short film
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HCwHI8DYA3Y&ob=av2e

“Release Me” Soundcloud Streaming Link
http://soundcloud.com/jacksmannequin/release-me-people-and-things

Jack’s Mannequin 2012 Tour Dates
January 19 – St Louis, MO – The Pageant
January 20 – Kansas City, MO – The Beaumont Club
January 21 – Minneapolis, MN – First Avenue
January 23 – Milwaukee, WI – The Rave
January 24 – Chicago, IL – House of Blues
January 27 – Cincinnati, OH – Bogart’s
January 28 – Indianapolis, IN – Egyptian Room
January 29 – Cleveland, OH – House of Blues
January 31 – Toronto, Ontario – Sound Academy
February 2 – Portland, ME – State Theater
February 3 – Boston, MA – House of Blues
February 6 – Philadelphia, PA – TLA
February 8 – New York City, NY – Irving Plaza
February 9 – New York City, NY – Irving Plaza
February 10 – Washington DC – 9:30 Club
February 11 – Washington DC – 9:30 Club
February 25 – Brisbane, Australia – Soundwave Festival @ RNA Showgrounds
February 26 – Sydney, Australia – Soundwave Festival @ Olympic Park
March 2 – Melbourne, Australia – Soundwave Festival @ Showgrounds – SOLD OUT
March 3 – Adelaide, Australia – Soundwave Festival @ Bonython Park
March 5 – Perth, Australia, Soundwave Festival @ Claremont Showgrounds
March 12 – Tokyo, Japan – Quattro
March 13 – Tokyo, Japan – Quattro
March 14 – Osaka, Japan – Akasao

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28 Sep
2011

Jack’s Mannequin will be releasing their highly anticipated People and Things on October 4th, and will be celebrating release week by hosting several unique events. On Monday October 3rd at 7pm Jack’s Mannequin will host a film screening at the Angelika Theatre in NYC to present short films for each of the songs on People and Things. The 11 short films were commissioned to provide an artistic visual counterpart to the album and were each directed by a different independent director. The screening event will be followed by a stripped-down performance by frontman Andrew McMahon. Tickets for the screening sold out in record time, but the short films will also be premiering on YouTube at the same time as the theater event. The film for the track “Television” (which premiered on Entertainment Weekly yesterday) is up on YouTube now.

Entertainment Weekly “Television” premiere:
http://music-mix.ew.com/2011/09/26/jacks-mannequin-new-song-television
“Television” short film on YouTube:
http://youtu.be/N-OVbA4YrWM

On release day, October 4th, Andrew McMahon will stream a live Q&A and performance from the Livestream studios. The streaming event begins at 7pm EST on Tuesday at http://www.livestream.com/jacksmannequin. On October 6th, for the first time ever Jack’s Mannequin will team up with a symphony orchestra. They’ll perform with the Hartford Symphony Orchestra to create symphonic arrangements for some of their best-known hits at The Bushnell Center for the Performing Arts. The performance kicks off a full headlining tour (list of dates is below.)

Jack’s Mannequin will also perform at the 2nd Annual Dear Jack Foundation Benefit Concert on 11/11 at the El Rey Theatre in Los Angeles. The benefit will also feature special acoustic sets by The Academy Is… and FUN. All proceeds from the event will benefit the Dear Jack Foundation, a volunteer-run charitable organization set up by Andrew McMahon to help raise awareness and support organizations and charities that help young adult cancer patients. For more information about the Dear Jack Foundation and the benefit concert please visit http://www.dearjackfoundation.com

People and Things marks McMahon’s third studio release as Jack’s Mannequin, following up 2005′s Everything In Transit and 2008′s The Glass Passenger. The first single from People and Things, “My Racing Thoughts,” is out now.

People and Things Screening Event
Monday October 3rd @ Angelika Theatre (18 West Houston Street @ Mercer – NYC)
Doors at 7pm, screening begins at 7:30pm followed by a performance by Andrew McMahon
Online YouTube premiere of the films: http://www.youtube.com/jacksmannequintv

List of songs & directors:
My Racing Thoughts, Director: Anders Rostad, Los Angeles, CA
Release Me, Director: Nate Weaver, Pasadena, CA
Television, Director: Alan Del Rio Ortiz, New York, NY
Amy, I, Director: Chloé Fleury, San Francisco, CA
Hey, Hey, Hey, Director: Alicia J. Rose, Portland, OR
People, Running, Director: Hettie Griffiths, London, England
Amelia Jean, Director: Emily Wormley, Asheville, North Carolina
Platform Fire, Directors: Alice Glenn & Eugenia Lim, Melbourne, Australia
Hostage, Director: Nina Mühlenkamp, Berlin, Germany
Restless Dream, Director: Aaron Hymes, Long Beach, CA
Casting Lines, Director: Claire Marie Vogel, Los Angeles, CA

People And Things Album Trailer
“My Racing Thoughts” Soundcloud Stream* Lyric Video * iTunes
“Amy I” Soundcloud Stream * Studio Video
“Television” Soundcloud Stream * Short Film
People & Things Pre-Order:
http://www.gomerch.com/jm/preorder

Jack’s Mannequin Headlining Tour
Oct 06- Hartford, CT Mortensen Hall at The Bushnell w/ the Hartford Symphony Orchestra
Oct 07 – Atlantic City, NJ House Of Blues
Oct 08 – Grantham, PA Messiah College – Brubaker
Oct 11 – Pittsburgh, PA Club Zoo
Oct 12 – Huntington, NY The Paramount Theater
Oct 13 – Norfolk, VA The NorVa
Oct 15 – Jacksonville, FL Free Bird Live
Oct 16 – Lake Buena Vista, FL House of Blues – Orlando
Oct 18 – Nashville, TN The Cannery Ballroom
Oct 20 – Austin, TX Emo’s Alternative Lounge
Oct 21 – Houston, TX House of Blues
Oct 22 – Dallas, TX Palladium Ballroom
Oct 24 – Denver, CO Ogden Theatre
Oct 25 – Salt Lake City, UT In The Venue
Oct 26 – Boise, ID Knitting Factory Concert
Oct 28 – Portland, OR Roseland Theatre
Oct 29 – Seattle, WA The Showbox SODO
Oct 30 – Vancouver, BC Vogue Theatre
Nov 01 – Edmonton, AB Edmonton Event Centre
Nov 02 – Calgary, AB MacEwan Ballroom
Nov 04 – Missoula, MT The Wilma Theater
Nov 05 – Spokane, WA Knitting Factory Concert
Nov 07 – San Francisco, CA Regency Ballroom
Nov 08 – San Luis Obispo, CA The Graduate
Nov 09 – Las Vegas, NV House of Blues
Nov 11 – Los Angeles, CA El Rey Theatre (Dear Jack Foundation Benefit Concert)
Nov 12 – Pomona, CA The Fox Theatre

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Twitter: http://twitter.com/#!/jacksmannequin

18 Aug
2011

By Keeyahtay Lewis (DeadBoltPhotos.com

Last Tuesday was a crazy weather day in NJ. That night was supposed to be one of the most anticipated shows of the summer, Guster and Jack’s Mannequin. But that day, the rains poured down and the winds were kicking up. I drove down to The Stone Pony in Asbury Park not even knowing if there would still be a show but sometime around 5:00 the skies cleared up and the sun broke through.

I got to the Pony and inside in time to see the opening band from NY, Ra Ra Riot. RRR is a 6 piece that included a violin and cello. The were a straight up blast to see play live. The Pony was packed with kids who made it down early in time to dance with the band. Keyboards, string instruments, triple overlapping vocals, the energy was through the roof. I had a chance to talk to several of the members after, as well as the tour manager, and they were all super nice. They have a nice buzz building and even seeing them play once makes it easy to see why.

After Ra Ra Riot finished, everyone made their way outside to the outdoor area, or “Summer Stage.” The winds were still blowing a bit and the crew struggled to get everything set up and covered just in case the rain returned. Jack’s Mannequin took the stage earlier than planned, trying to beat the storm before it came back. Five seconds into the first song, the sun burst through behind singer Andrew McMahon and everyone broke into cheers and applause.

I would say that I used to be a casual fan of Jack’s Mannequin: I had their first album and I loved it, but I never went beyond that. Seeing them play though changed a lot for me. They really were amazing live. Andrew McMahon really is the focus of JM and he was fantastic to see live. He alternated between rocking out behind the piano to grabbing the microphone and running out to the edge of the stage. At other times he stood on the piano while the crowd sang along to every word. It was incredible.

The sky darkened a bit more after they left the stage but Guster was able to make it before it started raining again. Guster is fronted by two singer-guitar players and they trade vocals with ease. Boston bred and playing as a 3 piece for years, Guster has grown to include a fourth member. The band sounded incredibly tight and the new member absolutely added another incredible element.

Four songs into the set, someone shouted out “2 Points for Honesty” which is one of my favorite songs. You could tell it wasn’t something they planned to play. Singer Adam kinda stepped back, talked to the band, and came back to the microphone. He said that they had not planned to play it, but that “they were a professional band, they could play a song he wrote 12 years ago.” After a little time to remember, they played it and played it well.

The night ended up being pretty fantastic. The weather was always threatening to break again, but in the end it held off just long enough for 3 really talented bands to play some great music on the Jersey shore. As Jack’s Mannequin’s singer Andrew said: “For such a shitty day, it really turned into a beautiful night.”

I couldn’t have said it any better myself.

Photos by Keeyahtay Lewis (DeadBoltPhotos.com)

Ra Ra Riot

Jack’s Mannequin

Guster

03 Aug
2011

This week marks the release of On The Ocean, the new EP from iconic alt-pop outfit Guster. This 6 song collection features previously unreleased tracks as well as a few acoustic versions and remixes of songs that will be familiar to Guster fans. While the EP is available from your traditional digital outlets such as itunes and amazon, the band will hold true to their progressive nature, making physical copies of the album only available from independent retailers and at the shows themselves.

Guster has been growing their cult-like fanbase for over 15 years now, and as evident by their latest album Easy Wonderful, they are only getting better. The band feels the release of Easy Wonderful marked a turning point in their career, and believe they have emerged from the process as “stronger players, writers and record makers”.

Below is a list of the tour dates for Guster’s summer run with Jack’s Mannequin. Make sure you find your way to the show when they’re in your town, and experience for yourself the effect “feeling more energized about our music and playing together than ever” has had on the band’s already legendary live performance.

Tour Dates

08/03/11 – Danbury, CT @ Ives Concert Park
08/04/11 – Newport, RI @ Newport Yacht Club
08/06/11 – Portland, ME @ The State Theatre
08/07/11 – Baltimore, MD @ Pier Six
08/09/11 – Asbury Park, NJ @ Stone Pony
08/11/11 – Philadelphia, PA @ Festival Pier
08/12/11 – Boston, MA @ Bank of America Pavillion
08/13/11 – Canandaigua, NY @CMAC
08/15/11 – Vienna, VA @Wolf Trap
08/17/11 – Myrtle Beach, SC @ House of Blues
08/19/11 – Charlotte, NC @ Uptown Amphitheatre at The Music Factory
08/20/11 – Mt Pleasant, SC @ Patriots Point
08/21/11 – Fort Lauderdale, FL @ Revolution Live
08/23/11 – Tampa, FL @ Ritz Ybor
08/24/11 – Atlanta, GA @ Chastain Park
08/29/11 – Indianapolis, IN @ The Lawn at White River
08/30/11 – Detroit, MI @ The Fillmore
08/31/11 – Grand Rapids, MI @ Meijer Gardens
09/02/11 – Interlochen, MI @ Kresge Auditorium
09/03/11 – Highland Park, IL @ Ravinia Festival
09/04/11 – Columbus, OH @ LC Pavilion

02 Aug
2011

Jack’s Mannequin is gearing up for the release of People and Things on October 4th, and the new album is available for pre-order starting today. There are three pre-order bundles available- all include 4 bonus tracks that will be delivered digitally on release day along with the full album and an instant download of the first single “My Racing Thoughts “ (currently streaming on jacksmannequin.com and available for purchase on iTunes.) The deluxe pre-order bundle also includes a limited edition autographed artbook and a postcard set featuring photos taken by Andrew McMahon on the road.

People and Things is Andrew McMahon’s third studio release as Jack’s Mannequin, following 2005′s Everything in Transit and 2008′s The Glass Passenger. Jack’s Mannequin will be previewing a few new songs from People and Things on a couple of dates on this year’s Vans Warped Tour followed by a month-long co-headlining tour with Guster starting August 7th in Baltimore. Additionally, Jack’s Mannequin just announced their fall headlining tour and a full list of dates can be found below.

People and Things Tracklisting:
1. My Racing Thoughts
2. Release Me
3. Television
4. Amy, I
5. Hey Hey Hey (We’re All Gonna Die)
6. People, Running
7. Amelia Jean
8. Platform Fire
9. Hostage
10. Restless Dream
11. Casting Lines

Jack’s Mannequin Confirmed Tour Dates:
Warped Tour:
Aug 02 – Cincinnati, OH Riverbend Music Center
Aug 03 – St Louis, MO Verizon Wireless Amphitheater
Kanrockas Music Festival
Aug 05 – Kansas City, KS Kanrocksas Music Festival
Co-Headlining w/Guster
Aug 07 – Baltimore, MD Pier Six
Aug 08 – New York, NY Central Park Summerstage (SOLD OUT)
Aug 09 – Asbury Park, NJ Stone Pony
Aug 11 – Philadelphia, PA Festival Pier
Aug 12 – Boston, MA Bank Of America Pavillion
Aug 13 – Rochester, NY MAC
Aug 15 – Vienna, VA Wolf Trap (headlining)
Aug 17 – Myrtle, Beach, SC House Of Blues (headlining)
Aug 19 – Charlotte, NC Road Runner Mobile Amphitheatre
Aug 20 – Charleston, SC Patriots Point
Aug 21 – Fort Lauderdale, FL Revolution Live
Aug 23 – Tampa, FL The Ritz Ybor
Aug 24 – Atlanta, GA Chastain
Aug 25 – Knoxville, TN Bijou Theatre
Aug 26 – Memphis, TN New Daisy Theatre
Aug 29 – Indianapolis, IN Lawn At White River
Aug 30 – Detroit, MI The Fillmore
Aug 31 – Grand Rapids, MI Meijer Gardens Amphitheatre
Sep 02 – Louisville, KY Headliners Music Hall (headlining)
Sep 03 – Chicago, IL Ravinia Pavilion
Sep 04 – Columbus, OH The LC Pavilion
Headlining Tour:
Oct 06- Hartford, CT Mortensen Hall at The Bushnell w/ the Hartford Symphony Orchestra
Oct 08 – Grantham, PA Messiah College – Brubaker
Oct 11 – Pittsburgh, PA Club Zoo
Oct 12 – Huntington, NY The Paramount Theater
Oct 13 – Norfolk, VA The NorVa
Oct 15 – Jacksonville, FL Free Bird Live
Oct 16 – Lake Buena Vista, FL House of Blues – Orlando
Oct 18 – Nashville, TN The Cannery Ballroom
Oct 20 – Austin, TX Emo’s Alternative Lounge
Oct 21 – Houston, TX House of Blues
Oct 22 – Dallas, TX Palladium Ballroom
Oct 24 – Denver, CO Ogden Theatre
Oct 25 – Salt Lake City, UT In The Venue
Oct 26 – Boise, ID Knitting Factory Concert
Oct 28 – Portland, OR Roseland Theatre
Oct 29 – Seattle, WA The Showbox SODO
Oct 30 – Vancouver, BC Vogue Theatre
Nov 01 – Edmonton, AB Edmonton Event Centre
Nov 02 – Calgary, AB MacEwan Ballroom
Nov 04 – Missoula, MT The Wilma Theater
Nov 05 – Spokane, WA Knitting Factory Concert
Nov 07 – San Francisco, CA Regency Ballroom
Nov 08 – San Luis Obispo, CA The Graduate
Nov 09 – Las Vegas, NV House of Blues
Nov 12 – Pomona, CA The Fox Theatre

“McMahon is a hyperactive talent prone to fits of boisterous piano-pounding, breezy pop perfection or quiet introspection.” -Alternative Press

“Known for his intimate lyrics… [McMahon] blends sunny Beach Boys pop with stout piano rock.” -Rolling Stone

“Sunny, uplifting indie pop with plenty of sing-alongs.” -SPIN

Web: http://www.jacksmannequin.com/
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20 Jul
2011

Jack’s Mannequin is back. On October 4th, Andrew McMahon and crew return with a new record, People and Things. The first single, “My Racing Thoughts,” is now streaming on the band’s website and will be available in multiple pre-order bundles starting August 2nd. Fans who choose to buy from the presale will be rewarded with “My Racing Thoughts” as the instant gratification track upon order. “My Racing Thoughts” will also be on sale independently at iTunes August 2nd.

Says Andrew McMahon about People and Things:

“I consider ‘People and Things’ a relationship record. My goal with many of the songs was to strip away the flowery language and sentiment attached to newer love and replace it with starker, less blinded language about more binding love. In the time following the last Jack’s album the people in my world were moving in together, getting married, trying to find quote unquote ‘real jobs’ and reconciling new lives that looked a lot less like youth than some of us cared for. Marriage is a bit of a beast to tackle in a pop record but when I wrote ‘My Racing Thoughts,’ it became clear how powerful and loaded a subject this kind of love is and somewhere in that moment I began to lock into the broad concept for the writing sessions to come.”

Jack’s Mannequin is playing a couple of dates on this year’s Vans Warped Tour before heading out on a co-headlining summer tour with Guster, full list of upcoming dates is below. Additionally, for the first time in the band’s history, Jack’s Mannequin will be playing a show with a full symphony orchestra. On Thursday, October 6th, Jack’s Mannequin will team up with the Hartford Symphony Orchestra to create symphonic arrangements for some of their best-known hits at The Bushnell Center for the Performing Arts. Look for a big fall tour announcement coming next month.

People and Things marks McMahon’s third studio release as Jack’s Mannequin, following up 2005′s Everything In Transit and 2008′s The Glass Passenger. In 2009, Jack’s Mannequin released the documentary Dear Jack, which followed Andrew’s treatment and recovery from leukemia, and brought to life with a triumphant performance on The Daily Show with Jon Stewart.

Confirmed Tour Dates:

August 2, 2011 Cincinnati, OH Riverbend Music Center ^
August 3, 2011 St Louis, MO Verizon Wireless Amphitheater ^
August 5, 2011 Kansas City, KS Kanrocksas Music Festival *
August 7, 2011 Baltimore, MD Pier Six *
August 8, 2011 New York, NY Central Park Summerstage * (SOLD OUT)
August 9, 2011 Asbury Park, NJ Stone Pony *
August 11, 2011 Philidelphia, PA Festival Pier *
August 12, 2011 Boston, MA Bank Of America Pavillion *
August 13, 2011 Rochester, NY MAC *
August 15, 2011 Vienna, VA Wolf Trap *
August 16, 2011 Portsmouth, VA nTELOS Pavilion *
August 17, 2011 Myrtle Beach, SC House Of Blues *
August 19, 2011 Charlotte, NC Road Runner Mobile Amphitheatre *
August 20, 2011 Charleston, SC Patriots Point *
August 21, 2011 Fort Lauderdale, FL Revolution Live *
August 23, 2011 Tampa, FL The Ritz Ybor *
August 24, 2011 Atlanta, GA Chastain *
August 25, 2011 Knoxville, TN Bijou Theatre
August 26, 2011 Memphis, TN New Daisy Theatre
August 29, 2011 Indianapolis, IN Lawn At White River *
August 30, 2011 Detroit, MI The Fillmore *
August 31, 2011 Grand Rapids, MI Meijer Gardens Amphitheatre *
September 2, 2011 Louisville, KY- Headliners Music Hall
September 3, 2011 Chicago, IL Ravinia Pavilion *
September 4, 2011 Columbus, OH The LC Pavilion *
October 6, 2011 Hartford, CT The Bushnell w/ the Hartford Symphony Orchestra

* co-headlining with Guster
^ Warped Tour

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