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15 Nov
2012

By Malvina Rincon

Starting off his set with ‘When My Train Pulls In” from his new album Blak and Blu, Gary Clark Jr. almost makes it seem too easy. Wielding his guitar at an immediately awestruck crowd, he is in his element. In front of a select audience at Apogee’s Berkeley Street Studio for KCRW’s “Berkeley Street Sessions”, he looks at home with his guitar in hand. Ripping through “Ain’t Messin’ Round”, the first track from his new album, Clark is a man in control, not only of his guitar, but of the audience. He has a confidence on stage that comes only with a man sure of his talents.

You know that scene in Back to the Future when Marty McFly is playing “Johnny B. Goode” and Marvin Berry calls his cousin Chuck and tells him that this is the new sound he’s been looking for and holds up the phone receiver? Well, Gary Clark Jr. is Marty McFly and “Travis County” is that sound. It’s familiar, but new at the same time. Either way, it gets the crowd dancing and leaves it wondering “Who is this guy?”

The performance was paired with an interview led by KCRW host Anne Litt. At this time, the audience had an opportunity to hear some of Clark’s background. Once “off stage”, he seemed shy. If the audience had not witnessed what occurred seconds before, they would find it hard to believe that this was the same man that had just wooed them with a guitar.

During the interview he shared that although his love of the guitar started early, he started singing before he picked up an instrument. It is no wonder then why his vocal abilities are equally as impressive as his guitar skills. His performance of “You Saved Me” and “Things Are Changin’” are perhaps the best examples of Clark’s vocal range, which can go from bluesy to R&B and soul, with seemingly little effort.

One of the last songs he performed, “If You Love Me Like You Say/3rd Stone from the Sun”, perhaps best showcased his talents. If you heard the studio recording of this song and thought that was a record being scratched on a turntable, I have news for you. Clark managed to blow minds as he manipulated that guitar into whatever he willed it to be. The things I saw this man do with his guitar, I am sure I will never see again.

Ending his set with the Albert Collins cover of “If Trouble was Money”, the song sounds as if Clark could have written it himself. Having started playing at blues clubs in his hometown of Austin when he was 14 years old, Clark possesses the experience of a much older man. Now, at 28, he has been able to soak in the knowledge and influences of those years into his new album, Blak and Blu, which is fully realized in a live setting.

It would be a disservice to your ears not to listen to the live wonderment of Gary Clark Jr. when KCRW airs this installment of its Berkley Street Sessions on Morning Becomes Eclectic on December 4th.

(photo credit: Jeremiah Garcia)

01 Dec
2011


Public radio station KCRW (89.9FM and KCRW.com) will be presenting the First Fridays series at the Natural History Museum for the 3rd year in a row in 2012, with KCRW DJs spinning throughout the evening in the African Mammal Hall lounge.

This is the 8th season of the after hours series, where the museum doors are open until 10pm and packed with music lovers eager to see some of today’s best up and coming buzz bands. The event is all ages and tickets can be purchased in advance here. (details below)

KCRW DJ Anthony Valadez will be the resident DJ for each of the six shows, with one additional KCRW DJ joining him each night. KCRW’s newest DJ, Travis Holcombe, will be at the first show on January 6.

East Los Angeles trio El- Haru Kuroi will kick off the music performance portion of the evening, before a headlining set from Mariachi El Bronx, the alter ego of punk band the Bronx. Their sound is a chaotic, exotic culture clash inspired equally by Black Flag and Los Lobos.

Of course, it’s not all about the music. The festivities begin at 5:30 pm, with curatorial tours and a discussion.

The theme for First Fridays 2012 is “This Time It’s Personal”.

TOUR: 5:30pm, 6:00pm, 6:30pm Understanding the nature of science: prospects and problems- with Dr. Kirk Fitzhugh

DISCUSSION: 6:30pm – (“The Believing Brain: From Ghosts And Gods To Politics And Conspiracies – How We Construct Beliefs And ReInforce Them As Trusts” with Dr. Michael Shermer

DETAILS:

WHEN: Friday, January 6, 2012. Extended Museum hours until 10:00 PM.

WHERE: The Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County is located at 900 Exposition Blvd., Los Angeles, CA, 90007.

ADMISSION: Concert Ticket +Museum Admission ($18) / Museum Admission ($12)

Guided tours and discussions are available on a first come, first served basis to all ticket-holders.

It is recommended that you purchase tickets in advance as capacity for the evening is limited and often sells out early. There will be a limited number of tickets sold on-site the evening of the event; however, once on-site tickets are sold out, admission to the Museum and/or Concert may not be available.

For more information, visit www.nhm.org/firstfridays, call (213) 763-DINO or email performances@nhm.org.

About KCRW: KCRW 89.9FM, licensed to Santa Monica College, is National Public Radio’s flagship station for Southern California. The Los Angeles-based nonprofit represents cutting edge radio at its best, presenting an eclectic mix of independent music, news, talk and arts programming. The terrestrial signal serves Los Angeles, Orange, Ventura Counties, as well as parts of San Diego, San Bernardino, Kern, and Santa Barbara Counties and the greater Palm Springs area. KCRW’s programming is internationally renowned and available worldwide via KCRW.com, including three streaming channels, 27 podcasts and archives of our locally-produced programs and live band performances. Hear KCRW music online, all the time, on the ALL music stream Eclectic24.

About the Natural History Museum: The Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County serves nearly one million families and visitors annually, and is a national leader in research, exhibitions and education. The Museum was the first dedicated museum building in Los Angeles, opening its doors in 1913. It has amassed one of the world’s most extensive and valuable collections of natural and cultural history — with more than 35 million objects, some as old as 4.5 billion years. The Natural History Family of Museums includes the NHM (Exposition Park), the Page Museum at the La Brea Tar Pits (Hancock Park/Mid-Wilshire), and the William S. Hart Park and Museum (Newhall, California). For more information, visit the Museum’s website at www.nhm.org or call (213) 763-DINO.

06 Nov
2011

Fresh off a sold-out Halloween benefit event Masquerade, which netted the station over $60,000 that will go towards their unique public radio programming, KCRW (89.9FM and KCRW.com) is announcing changes to their upcoming holiday benefit event.

The Are Friends Eclectic? shows planned for early December at the Orpheum Theatre will now be one night on Saturday, December 3 with Iron & Wine and Jimmy Cliff joining as headliners on the same evening, with more to be announced soon.

From KCRW Music Director Jason Bentley:

“Early ticket sales for the first night were slow, so we decided to make it one blockbuster night of KCRW music that will blow your mind.”

Also upcoming, KCRW continues their series of free music events around the city with a live remote from Amoeba Hollywood to celebrate the famed record store’s 10th anniversary on Saturday, November 12 from noon to 10pm.

KCRW DJs Chris Douridas, Anne Litt, Liza Richardson and Henry Rollins will be taking the show on the road and broadcasting live. They will also be giving out Amoeba gift certificates and other goodies throughout the day, so fans are invited to drop by the store and say hello.

About KCRW: KCRW 89.9FM, licensed to Santa Monica College, is National Public Radio’s flagship station for Southern California. The Santa Monica-based nonprofit represents cutting edge radio at its best, presenting an eclectic mix of independent music, news, talk and arts programming. The terrestrial signal serves Los Angeles, Orange, Ventura Counties, as well as parts of San Diego, San Bernardino, Kern, and Santa Barbara Counties and the greater Palm Springs area. KCRW’s programming is internationally renowned and available worldwide via KCRW.com, including three streaming channels, 27 podcasts and archives of our locally-produced programs and live band performances. Hear KCRW music online, all the time, on the ALL music stream Eclectic24.

26 Sep
2011

LA public radio station KCRW (89.9FM and KCRW.com) will celebrate the holiday season by bringing together some of our favorite artists for two nights of music at the intimate Orpheum Theatre, a newly-restored Downtown landmark celebrating it’s 85th anniversary this year.

The “Are Friends Eclectic?” concerts will take place on Friday, December 2 and Saturday, December 3 with different lineups each night and special guests. Proceeds will go towards supporting the station’s programming.

Reggae legend Jimmy Cliff will headline on December 2, joined by the joyful pop sounds of Brett Dennen, LA’s favorite world fusion band Fool’s Gold, the slightly psychedelic, occasionally funky White Denim, the epic chamber pop of Oklahoma’s Other Lives – who just last week opened for Bon Iver – and the sensual and spiritual stylings of Mia Doi Todd.

The December 3 lineup features folk-rock renaissance man Sam Beam with his band Iron & Wine, along with the ear-pleasing harmonies of local favorites The Belle Brigade, jaw-dropping guitar and vocals from UK blues diva Anna Calvi, darling Malaysian pop crooner Zee Avi, and the homespun retro-country sound of The Secret Sisters, who have opened for Paul Simon and count T Bone Burnett and Jack White amongst their fans.

“When envisioning a holiday concert to celebrate KCRW, I wanted to bring it back to basics and create an event that resonated with the spirit of the season. It’s simply a stellar lineup of artists we’re really excited about, capturing an intimacy to stir the soul,“ said KCRW Music Director and Host of Morning Becomes Eclectic Jason Bentley.

Tickets go on sale to KCRW members first on Tuesday, October 4 at 10am on KCRW.com. Tickets become available to the general public beginning Tuesday, October 11 at 10am. Ticket prices vary based on seating, from $55 to $200. It’s an all ages show.

WHAT: “Are Friends Eclectic?” Holiday Shows
WHEN: Friday, December 2 and Saturday, December 3
WHERE: Orpheum Theatre
842 S Broadway
Los Angeles, California 90014
TIME: 8pm
TICKETS: From $55 to $200 (All Ages)
DETAILS & TICKETS: http://www.kcrw.com/holidayshow

About KCRW: KCRW-FM, licensed to Santa Monica College, is National Public Radio’s flagship station for Southern California. The station serves Los Angeles, Orange, Ventura Counties, as well as parts of San Diego, San Bernardino, Kern, and Santa Barbara Counties and the greater Palm Springs area. Check here for our coverage area: http://www.kcrw.com/about/coverage-map

About The Orpheum Theatre: Celebrating its 85th anniversary, The Orpheum Theatre is one of L.A.’s most venerable landmarks. This newly-restored Downtown gem stands as a major Los Angeles entertainment venue, having hosted an array of concerts, exclusive private parties, and theatrical productions including a young Judy Garland’s vaudeville performance in 1933. For more information, visit http://www.laorpheum.com.

15 Jul
2011

My Morning Jacket played an intimate benefit show for Los Angeles-based radio station KCRW (89.9FM and KCRW.com) last month at the legendary Village Studios (read out review) and now the session is available in its entirety on demand at KCRW.com, as well as an interview with frontman Jim James.

Only a couple hundred people were in the audience for this special show, just a week after the band played for nearly 80,000 at the Bonnaroo Music Festival.

The band relished the unique opportunity, playing their acclaimed new album “Circuital” from front to back while sprinkling in a few favorites at the end, including the rare closer “I Will Sing”, following the crowd pleaser “One Big Holiday”.

The revealing interview with James, conducted by KCRW Music Director and host of Morning Becomes Eclectic Jason Bentley, shed light on both the making of the new album and his broader motivations as a musician.

“I don’t really feel like I have some mission statement. I don’t feel like I’m deliberately trying to do anything. I feel like I’m just trying to figure it out. I’m trying to figure out life for myself and, since I love to sing and play, I feel like the books that I read, the meditation that I do, the paths I’m trying to go down to seek whatever enlightenment I’m trying to seek, I think that all naturally comes out. A lot of it comes out from me questioning,” said James.

“I’m very fortunate in being able to travel the world and be in a lot of different places and feel a lot of different energy from different places around the world. But, at the end of the day, I feel like I’m still trying to interpret it all. I still feel like a three-year-old, very ‘why why why why why’ all the time.”

Originally built as a Masonic Temple, the Village Studios has produced recordings by some of the most influential recording artists of our time, from Lady Gaga and the Foo Fighters to Neil Young, Pink Floyd and the Rolling Stones.

View the set list below and check out the performance/interview in the archives.

**Photo by Jeremiah Garcia

My Morning Jacket on KCRW Set List

Victory Dance
Circuital
The Day is Coming
Wonderful (The Way I Feel)
Outta My System
Holdin’ on to Black Metal
First Light
You Wanna Freak Out
Slow Slow Tune
Movin Away
Wordless Chorus
Smokin From Shootin
Touch Me I’m Going to Scream Pt.2
One Big Holiday
I Will Sing

ABOUT KCRW

KCRW 89.9FM, licensed to Santa Monica College, is National Public Radio’s flagship station for Southern California. The Los Angeles-based nonprofit represents cutting edge radio at its best, presenting an eclectic mix of independent music, news, talk and arts programming. The terrestrial signal serves Los Angeles, Orange, Ventura Counties, as well as parts of San Diego, San Bernardino, Kern, and Santa Barbara Counties and the greater Palm Springs area. KCRW’s programming is internationally renowned and available worldwide via KCRW.com, including three streaming channels, 27 podcasts and archives of our locally-produced programs and live band performances. Hear KCRW music online, all the time, on the ALL music stream Eclectic24.

24 Jun
2011

My Morning Jacket KCRW-Only Show at The Village 6/21

By Kristal Bailey

The Village is one of those legendary Los Angeles places you hear about but you never go to. Such famous musicians and movies have recorded there; it’s a veritable treasure trove of entertainment history. The light fixtures are from the original Miracle on 34th St. (according to My Morning Jacket) and the walls are lined with gold and platinum records spanning the last several decades. Given that audio history, it’s no wonder the sound quality was amazing. And My Morning Jacket pushed it to its limits with their exclusive KCRW members-only show on Tuesday night.

I’ll be honest, I wasn’t a huge fan of them before the show. I had heard some tracks and enjoyed it, but never sought out more than that. After seeing them perform, I am a complete convert. I want – no need! – all of their albums. They were so energetic, charismatic, and overall talented, that I was so engrossed in their show I did not even take notes. That has never happened to me before.

Before the show started, the small intimate venue filled up with people who were already buzzing with excitement for the show. Only fitting about 250 people in the audience, it’s clear that every one in attendance was a hardcore fan. As soon as they started performing, there wasn’t a quiet moment for the next hour and a half.

They played a lot of songs, showcasing a perfect blend of downbeat, slow tunes and more rocking jams. The energy never faltered. In between every song all the fans continued clapping and screaming, even doing the rhythmic slow clap without being prompted by the band. It’s rare an audience will start that on their own, it’s hard enough to get them to go along with it when the band tries! But this show was filled with the biggest of fans, and they were hooked on to every note, every word.

My Morning Jacket is such an impressive live performer because these guys are so talented and completely invested in to every song. To see them put their hearts into every track takes it to another level you don’t capture just listening to their albums.

The performance was recorded and will air on KCRW’s Morning Becomes Eclectic on July 15th.

Set List:
My Morning Jacket at The Village Studios, West L.A., June 21, 2011

Victory Dance
Circuital
The Day is Coming
Wonderful (The Way I Feel)
Outta My System
Holdin’ on to Black Metal
First Light
You Wanna Freak Out
Slow Slow Tune
Movin’ Away
Wordless Chorus
Smokin” From Shootin”
Touch Me I’m Going to Scream Pt.2
One Big Holiday
I Will Sing

(photos courtesy of Jeremiah Garcia from Indiewrecked.com)

18 Jun
2011

Former KCRW Music Director Nic Harcourt has decided to leave the Los Angeles public radio station to focus his energy on a full time position as music supervisor in residence at MTV. He will helm music supervision for select shows during the coming year.

His work as a music supervisor for TV, film and advertising came about as an extension of his work hosting KCRW’s signature music show Morning Becomes Eclectic. He called the station his radio home for more than a decade, and most recently hosted a Sunday evening music show from 6 to 9pm. His last show was this past Sunday.

Jason Bentley succeeded Harcourt as Music Director and host of Morning Becomes Eclectic and has helped launch the careers of many young artists just as those who held the position previously, from Adele and Florence and the Machine to Foster the People and Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros.

“Every music director that has come to KCRW has been able to build on the foundation their predecessors left behind, “said KCRW General Manager Jennifer Ferro. “It meant a lot to have all three of our former music directors on the air here, but we wish him well as he continues to find new ways to share his unique music sensibility.”

About KCRW: KCRW 89.9FM, licensed to Santa Monica College, is National Public Radio’s flagship station for Southern California. The Santa Monica-based nonprofit represents cutting edge radio at its best, presenting an eclectic mix of independent music, news, talk and arts programming. The terrestrial signal serves Los Angeles, Orange, Ventura Counties, as well as parts of San Diego, San Bernardino, Kern, and Santa Barbara Counties and the greater Palm Springs area. KCRW’s programming is internationally renowned and available worldwide via KCRW.com, including three streaming channels, 27 podcasts and archives of our locally-produced programs and live band performances. Hear KCRW music online, all the time, on the ALL music stream Eclectic24.

10 Sep
2010

SAINT MOTEL (www.saintmotel.com) has announced a SECRET SHOW this Saturday September 11th somewhere in Los Angeles, presented by KCRW. Additional details and location of the special show will be announced this morning September 10th when they appear on KCRW’s Morning Becomes Eclectic with Jason Bentley for a special live performance in the 11:00 AM hour.

The only band to conquer Main Stages at both Sunset Junction and the Sunset Strip Music Festival this year, SAINT MOTEL’s most recent headline show packed 1400 people into the Hammer Museum as part of KCRW’s “Also I Like To Rock” Summer Series with lines of fans turned away at the door. This Saturday’s special secret show will showcase the electric and dynamic energy of SAINT MOTEL’s live show and incredibly unique visuals in an intimate setting to create a secretive, and one of a kind event.

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TOUR DATES:

SEPTEMBER 10 – USC (Students Only) – LOS ANGELES, CA

SEPTEMBER 11 – SECRET SHOW LOCATION TBD – LOS ANGELES, CA**

SEPTEMBER 17 – PORT OF LOS ANGELES LOBSTER FEST – SAN PEDRO, CA

SEPTEMBER 29 – UC SANTA BARBARA – SANTA BARBARA, CA

MORE DATES TO BE ANNOUNCED SOON

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WATCH: The video for Saint Motel’s “BUTCH”:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hE0HHqSjROs

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Imploring, atonal, and irresistible garage glam
 – Flavorpill



From radio airplay on Los Angeles’ KROQ to a headlining show at The Roxy… Saint Motel has been generating a substantial amount of buzz throughout the music scene ever since the band released their debut album, ForPlay, earlier this year.
 – FILTER 



Along with a penchant for combining elements of this decade’s hitmakers into one explosive rock package, the Los Angeles quartet Saint Motel have a sense of humor… but make no mistake, 
 they are deadly serious about making music that transcends the boundaries…
 -Kevin Bronson’s BUZZBANDS.la

Swaggering rock and haughty attitude
 – BMI.com




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www.SaintMotel.com

www.myspace.com/SaintMotel



26 May
2010


Denmark’s Quadron, the duo that the New York Post describes as “…a mix of Adele, The Supremes and Sade…” and BBC News calls, “electronic soul music that isn’t a contradiction in terms…” is preparing for a busy week in sunny Los Angeles. Performing at the UCLA Jazz Reggae Festival on Sunday, May 30, the band will then perform a free 5PM in-store concert at Amoeba Music in Hollywood, one of the world’s largest independent music stores, on Sunday, June 6, followed by their U.S. live radio performance debut on public radio station KCRW’s groundbreaking ‘Morning Becomes Eclectic’ at 11:15am on Monday, June 7.

Pitchfork is premiering Quadron’s brand new, Tracemaker-directed video for the track ‘Buster Keaton’. View the clip here: http://pitchfork.com/tv/#/musicvideo/6842-quadron-buster-keaton-plug-research.

A breakout act in 2010 thanks to forward-thinking radio programmers at stations such as KCRW, Quadron has announced plans for their first official tour of the U.S. Initial dates are listed below.

Quadron Tour Dates:

May 30th JazzReggae Festival at UCLA
June 6th Amoeba in-store Los Angeles, CA
June 7th KCRW Morning Becomes Eclectic Los Angeles, CA
June 11th Mosaic Lounge in San Jose, CA
June 12th The New Parish in Oakland, CA
June 13th Som Bar in San Francisco, CA
June 15th KEXP Live Performance Seattle, WA
June 15th Nectar Lounge in Seattle, WA
June 17th The Fix in Portland, OR
June 23rd Liv in Washington DC, MD
June 24th Southpaw in NY, NY
June 25th Spring 4th in Atlanta, GA
June 26th Venue TBC in Miami, FL
June 29th Johnny Brenda’s in Philadelphia, PA

*More dates/in-stores/radio appearances to be announced shortly.

Quadron’s self-titled release is available now on Plug Research (www.plugresearch.com).

For more info on Quadron, go to www.myspace.com/quadronquadron.

More praise for Quadron:
“Quadron….specialize in shimmery downtempo with soul and girl-group touches.”- Pitchfork

“…The whole deal is quietly stunning…”- Allmusic.com

“…mix of jazz, ’60s pop and stylized rhythms. It’s quickly addictive…”- Urban Outffiters Blog

“…for anyone who’s ever longed for the resurgence of a simpler time– and has the vinyl to prove it…”- Pitchfork

“…an incredibly spacious and soulful downbeat gem…a disc tailor-made for downtime…”- Exclaim!

08 Apr
2010
themiddleeast2

The Middle East have announced some new tour dates. Over the next two months, the band will find themselves playing with Passion Pit, Mayer Hawthorne, Pavement, Beach House, Frightened Rabbit, Laura Marling and Mumford & Sons. Oh yeah, they’re also playing Coachella. Check out the tour dates below and download the following songs for FREE!

“Lonely” MP3

“Blood” MP3

“The Darkest Side” MP3

4/14–University of California–Davis, CA (w/ Passion Pit & Mayer Hawthorne)
4/15–Fox Theater–Pomona, CA (w/ Pavement)
4/16–Soho Restaurant and Music Club–Santa Barbara, CA (w/ Beach House)
4/18–Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival–Indio, CA
4/19–The Clubhouse–Tempe, AZ (w/ Frightened Rabbit)~
4/21–Walter’s on Washington–Houston, TX (w/ Frightened Rabbit)~
4/22–The Loft–Dallas, TX (w/ Frightened Rabbit)~
4/23–Revolution–Little Rock, AR (w/ Frightened Rabbit)~
4/24–Masquerade Music Park–Atlanta, GA (w/ Frightened Rabbit)~
5/5–Horseshoe–Toronto, ON
5/6–The Ladies Literary Club at Calvin College–Grand Rapids, MI (w/ Laura Marling)%
5/7–Magic Stick–Detroit, MI (w/ Laura Marling)%
5/8–Andy Warhol Museum–Pittsburgh, PA (w/ Laura Marling)%
5/9–Big Orbit’s Soundlab–Buffalo, NY (w/ Laura Marling)%
5/11–Space–Portland, ME (w/ Laura Marling)%
5/13–Cabaret du Musee Juste Pour Rire–Montreal, QC (w/ Mumford & Sons) ^
5/14–The Middle East Downstairs–Cambridge, MA (w/ Mumford & Sons) ^
5/16–The Fillmore at TLA–Philadelphia, PA (w/ Mumford & Sons) ^
5/17–Music Hall of Williamsburg–Brooklyn, NY (w/ Mumford & Sons)
**SOLD OUT** ^
5/18–Webster Hall–New York, NY (w/ Mumford & Sons)
**SOLD OUT** ^
5/19–Mercury Lounge–New York, NY ^
5/20–930 Club–Washington, DC (w/ Mumford & Sons) ^
5/21–Beachland Ballroom–Cleveland, OH (w/ Mumford & Sons) ^
5/22–Wexner Center–Columbus, OH (w/ Mumford & Sons) ^
5/24–Lincoln Hall–Chicago, IL (w/ Mumford & Sons) ^
5/25–Varsity Theater–Minneapolis, MN (w/ Mumford & Sons) ^
5/29–Sasquatch Music Festival–Quincy, WA
5/30–560 Club–Vancouver, BC (w/ Mumford & Sons) ^
5/31–Aladdin Theater–Portland, OR (w/ Mumford & Sons) ^
6/2–Slim’s–San Francisco, CA (w/ Mumford & Sons) ^
6/4–The Music Box–Los Angeles, CA (w/ Mumford & Sons)
**SOLD OUT** ^
6/6–Belly Up Tavern–Solana Beach, CA (w/ Mumford & Sons) ^
6/7–Rhythm Room–Phoenix, AZ (w/ Mumford & Sons) ^
6/9–Antone’s–Austin, TX (w/ Mumford & Sons) ^
6/10–House Of Blues Cambridge Room–Dallas, TX (w/ Mumford & Sons) ^
6/12–Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival–Manchester, TN
~Dates with Frightened Rabbit
%Dates with Laura Marling
^Dates with Mumford and Sons