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COCKTAILS & TAILS: An Evening of Art-n-Bark

ROCKY MOUNTAIN GREAT DANE RESCUE Inc. hosts a unique fundraiser at the Rembrandt Yard Gallery on Saturday, Nov. 7, 2009 from 5:30-8:30 p.m.  Join us for a fabulous evening featuring the stunning animal photography of Claire Bow (www.rouxby.com) with guest artist Linda Arnold ("Columbine Forever")(www.lindaarnoldart.com) and others.  Come have a "pup-tini," sample scrumptious hors d'oeuvres, dance to great music, bid in the silent auction, and mingle with the hippest dogs in town!  All proceeds benefit ROCKY MOUNTAIN GREAT DANE RESCUE.  Tickets are $30/person and $55/couple and can be purchased in advance at: http://rmgreatdane.org/ Meet the Great Danes of RMGDRI!

ROCKY MOUNTAIN GREAT DANE RESCUE is a Denver-based non-profit that rescues, rehabilitates, and adopts Great Danes in Colorado, Wyoming, Nebraska, Kansas, Arizona, New Mexico, Utah, and Nevada. 

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~A couch is a terrible thing to waste.  Adopt a Great Dane!~

Jake Hertzog Saturday, October 24th Midnight at the Iridium

Jake Hertzog is a jazz guitarist of and for the 21st century. While jazz guitarists of the 30s 40s and 50s drew their inspiration from Django Reinhardt and Charlie Christian, players in the 60s 70s and 80s were influenced by those luminaries as well as people like Tal Farlow, Jimmy Raney, Kenny Burrell and Les Paul. The next two decades found jazz guitarists listening to and playing like Wes Montgomery, Jim Hall, John McLaughlin, John Scofield, Joe Pass and Grant Green. Players in this century are mainly influenced by Pat Metheny, Mike Stern and people outside the jazz orbit like Jimi Hendrix. As a result they sound much different from their predecessors on the instrument – and I must confess there are some tracks on this CD outside my comfort zone. Nevertheless, there is so much wonderful music to savor that I can give this CD my highest recommendation. Hertzog's original compositions – particularly "Oberon" and "Lullabye for a Dreamer" are tuneful and imaginative and are likely to be discovered and performed by other jazz groups. Three selections feature pianist Michael Wolff, one of the outstanding pianists on today's jazz scene who seems right at home with Hertzog's songs. Michael's solo on "Nectarine" is one of this CD's many highlights. Bassist Harvie S demonstrates why he is one of the most in-demand players in jazz and latin music. Harvie has it all - intonation, creativity and a superb sense of time. His solos should be must listening to allaspiring young bassists and people who just enjoy hearing a great bass player. As for drummer Victor Jones: He and Hertzog have a special empathy -

Jake is a member of Victor's popular group Culturversey and on this CD Victor gives the proceedings, the spirit, fire and inventiveness that he gave to performances with Dizzy Gillespie, and Stan Getz. Then there is Jake's tender and heartfelt rendition of the standard "Falling in Love with Love" and finally I must mention the groups treatment of "In Your Own Sweet Way", my favorite track. This is quite simply the finest performance of this Brubeck classic that I have ever heard. Jake Hertzog is 22, a Berklee graduate and recipient of the 2006 Montreux Jazz Festival's Grand Prize in the Jazz Guitar Competition. Jake can be seen performing with The Naked Brothers Band and has performed with them on national television shows such as Good Morning America and ABC's The View, Nickelodeon Kids Choice Awards and NBC's TODAY show. In November 2008 Highlights in Jazz featured Jake performing with guitar legend Bucky Pizzarelli, 60 years his senior. The two bridged the generation gap and found a common musical ground that left the audience cheering. I feel certain that guitarists in the next decade will be citing Jake Hertzog as one of their major influences. Listen to this CD and I am sure you will give it a space on you CD shelf alongside your other favorite jazz guitarists.” -JACK KLEINSINGER

The Aliens Release "Sitting On A Toadstool"

The Aliens are creating a special limited-edition 50+page hard cover book, all color, and high rising book which will also house the record. The book will include drawings, poems, film stills, photographs, interviews…all done in the standard Alien manor. This special edition item will be sold through the Birdman website using Topspin’s Direct-to-fan marketing and distribution platform. Topspin technology helped power recent indie releases from David Byrne/Brian Eno, Metric, and re-issues from the Beastie Boys. The book will be available for pre-order in September. “By rights, their arrival should create a Day The Earth Stood Still moment, aeons ahead of the competition. Breathless, revelatory & teetering on the brink of total collapse.” -Observer Music Monthly

Ladies and gentlemen, The Aliens have landed. Armed with a bottomless bag of psychedelically inclined rock and acid dipped electronics, The Aliens bring a freedom of spirit and a certainty of intent that immediately sets them out from the current crop of guitar slingers. Inspired by Sergio Leone and Serge Gainsbourg, Brian Eno and Brian Wilson, Larry David and Ol’ Dirty Bastard, their songs in the key of Fife reference the past whilst belonging resolutely to the future.

Formed in 2005 these Aliens have history - between them they have been behind some of the most enthralling British music of the last decade. John Maclean and Robin Jones where members of the Beta Band. Gordon Anderson was a founding Beta Band member who went on to record two albums under the Lone Pigeon moniker.

In March 07 they released their first album “Astronomy For Dogs” to a hearty round of applause from the critics scoring 4 & 5 stars across the board. It’s a great-sounding record. It’s epic, it’s pop, it’s dirty, it’s touching. It doesn’t let up, Thrill to the garage rock of shimmy and shake – imagine The Velvet Underground gone Punk – of Only Waiting. Jump around to the Merseybeat charm of Glover. It’s a rich and vibrant carpet ride that crosses almost every musical genre one can imagine. Woven from the threads of Gordon’s genuine heartfelt songs and created on a loom of laser-light fibre-optics. Welcome ladies and gentlemen - to the future.

The Aliens songs start with Anderson. He brings his acoustic-guitar-and-vocals demos to Maclean and Jones, and together the three of them crank up their computers and record collections and work out what breaks, beats, samples, noises and ideas will work best to (techni) colour-in those song sketches.

After their release 2007 was a busy year with UK & US tours & festivals. It ended with a cultural exchange trip to the Congo with Africa Express and Damon Albarn, playing with some of the most celebrated musicians in Africa and the West. The trip left the band creatively refreshed, musically rejuvenated and with a renewed faith in the fact that music is a celebration.

With this new renewed energy they started recording their new album in an isolated, ramshackle studio in a small Scottish village, self produced the band embraced their freedom from the major record label machine enabling them to explore each track with the focus and wilful experimentation upon which they thrive. Luna is the sound of The Aliens fully realising their extra-terrestrial musical vision. From the psych-pop punch of first single ‘Magic Man’ to the epic beauty of ‘Bobby’s Song’, ‘Theremin’ & ‘Blue Mantle’

In September 08 they made a welcome return with the release of Luna on their own label Petrock Records. They managed to deliver an album that manages to outshine their widely acclaimed debut.

‘Luna’ is an ambitious, thrilling and immensely rewarding album, its songs span out in front of you creating rolling, expansive sonic panoramas. It’s a mesmeric, psych tinged, honeycomb folk-pop masterpiece allowed to run free & has been drawing comparisons to Pink Floyds ‘Dark Side of The Moon’

The Aliens are always a thrilling proposition live, expect the unexpected…. it’s an unmissable, fist-in-mouth experience that showcases the band’s infectious energy and their frontman’s magnetism.

Believe in Aliens.

Taj Mahal, Dave Hidalgo unite on 'American Horizon'

Blues legend Taj Mahal and master guitarist/multi-instrumentalist David Hidalgo (Los Lobos) have collaborated with Mexican-American roots group Los Cenzontles (pronounced los senn-sont-less) to tell a timely story of hope, struggle and gratitude of the American worker. Traversing traditional Mexican, blues, cumbia and psychedelic rock styles, they create a distinctive, fresh and exciting sound. The November 3 release will be distributed through ADA Distribution.

Taj Mahal is one of the most prominent and influential figures in late 20th century blues and roots music and a two-time Grammy winner. Starting his career more than four decades ago with American blues, he has broadened his artistic scope over the years to include music representing virtually every corner of the world -- western Africa, the Caribbean, Latin America, Europe and the Hawaiian Islands. In American Horizon, Taj explores the deep connections between his own cultural roots and those of Mexican American traditions.

Best known for his work with three-time Grammy winners Los Lobos, David Hidalgo has a musical trajectory that is broad and deep. As songwriter, vocalist, guitarist, accordionist and keyboardist he has delved into rock, traditional and experimental styles. His productions reflect the intimacy and creativity of Latino music and its place in the American cultural landscape.

Los Cenzontles (The Mockingbirds) are a group of musicians deeply bonded to folk roots while incorporating other styles and genres into their music. With fluid harmonies by Lucina Rodriguez, Fabiola Trujillo and Hugo Arroyo they incorporate a sound of California into everything they record. Their first collaboration with David Hidalgo in 2008, Songs of Wood & Steel, brought the group wider recognition from the press. Vintage Guitar magazine said, "The group has created an album that seamlessly incorporates rock and blues elements into traditional Mexican forms, smacking of neither academia nor compromise."

On American Horizon, Los Cenzontles, David Hidalgo and Taj Mahal share composing credits on this groundbreaking bilingual release. Los Cenzontles founder Eugene Rodriguez served as producer with Hidalgo. He and Hidalgo met when Rodriguez produced Los Lobos' 1995 children's album Papa's Dream, which was nominated for a Grammy.

Los Cenzontles (The Mockingbirds) evolved out of the Los Cenzontles Mexican Arts Center, a community cultural center founded in San Pablo by Eugene Rodriguez in 1989. An innovative group of musicians and dancers that amplifies the roots of Mexican culture, they are led by Rodriguez, who has been schooling them in arcane Mexican folk music styles since their youths. Through numerous CDs and DVD documentaries, Los Cenzontles adds an essential voice to the global conversation among cultural traditions, attracting collaborations with internationally recognized artists like Linda Ronstadt, the Chieftains, Ry Cooder and others. The Chieftains' Paddy Moloney said, "Meeting Los Cenzontles was just like meeting a medieval clan of wonderful musicians from the West Coast of Ireland. The fusion of their music with ours was something that just had to happen. It was inevitable." And Ronstadt enthused, "Los Cenzontles' gutsy rhythms and delightful voices reinvigorated my love of Mexican music."

On Sunday, October 3, Los Cenzontles along with Mahal and Hidalgo will perform before an audience of 18,000 at Los Angeles' Hollywood Bowl as part of "¡Bienvenido Gustavo!," a free concert celebrating the L.A. Philharmonic's new director, Gustavo Dudamel. The show will also feature Flea of the Red Hot Chili Peppers and Herbie Hancock, as well as the L.A. Phil and others. Tickets were quickly snapped up and are no longer available.

Lyrics and translations for American Horizon may be found at http://www.themockingbirds.info/store/merch_cds.php

RJD2 Releases New Album, The Colossus, Jan. 19, 2010

Whether it be releasing albums on labels including Definitive Jux, XL, Fondle ‘Em, Eastern Conference, or now his own label, RJ’s Electrical Connections, producing music by Diverse, Acelayone, and Dice Raw, remixing artists including Massive Attack, Mos Def, Fallout Boy, Cannibal Ox, Booker T, Polyphonic Spree, or releasing albums as Soul Position, RJD2 (aka RJ or Ramble Krohn) has been remarkably inventive and productive in creating music throughout his ten year career. And of course, this doesn’t include the work RJ has done for various television shows, including CSI, and Mad Men (for which he won his first award, ASCAP’s Best TV Theme), films, including Wimbledon and Freedomland, and commercials for brands including Saturn, ESPN, Lion’s Gate, Levi’s, Nike, and more. Throughout this constant influx of studio work, RJ has toured the world and traversed the continental US yearly, most recently with a full band. No matter the outlet throughout this decade, the goal for RJD2 has always been the same – to make a piece of music that is going to hopefully rearrange one’s brain, or at least provide some relief from real life for a moment or two. With his newest album, The Colossus, RJD2 manages to do it once again, perpetually looking forward with a clear reverence for the past.

The Colossus is RJD2’s fourth album, and the first he’ll release on his own label. In addition to re-acquiring the master recordings of his Definitive Jux catalog in its entirety and re-releasing them, this new label marks a huge step for RJ as being completely independent and working on his own terms, artistically and business-wise.

As RJ’s last album, The Third Hand, was his first truly solo album, with no guest performances whatsoever and very little sampling, he decided to move in the opposite direction on The Colossus and create an album that is as collaborative as possible, while also being an “overview” of all the different types of working approaches RJ has used over the years. Some songs are strictly sample-based; some are live; some songs are completely instrumental while others are vocal songs, some featuring guest vocalists, with RJ taking on the duty in others; he brought a few rappers on board, as well. It was all tracked at the same time and in the same place, which gives the album a cohesive feel, but it also manages to retain the diversity throughout that has become a trademark for RJD2. The Colossus features Phonte Coleman (Little Brother, Foreign Exchange), Kenna (Star Trak, VA Beach), Aaron Livingston (The Roots’ Guns Are Drawn), Columbus MC’s The Catalyst, Illogic, NP, and a slew of instrumentalists. Additionally, it marks RJ’s debut behind the drum kit.

The Colossus, out January 19, 2010 on RJ’s Electrical Connections, is RJD2’s most sonically lush and varied record he’s ever created. It is a kaleidoscopic look forward, as well as back.

Tracklisting:

01. Let There Be Horns

02. Games You Can Win (Featuring Kenna)

03. Giant Squid

04. Salud 2

05. The Glow

06. A Spaceship For Now

07. The Shining Path (Featuring Phonte Coleman)

08. Crumbs Off The Table (Featuring Aaron Livingston)

09. A Son’s Cycle (Featuring The Catalyst, Illogic, and NP)

10. Tin Flower (Featuring Heather Fortune)

11. Small Plans

12. Gypsy Caravan

13. The Stranger

14. Walk With Me

Garage A Trois | New Album, Tour Dates

Garage A Trois is a collaboration between four of the most visionary improvisers of the time: Skerik on saxophones, Mike Dillon on vibes, Marco Benevento on keyboards and Stanton Moore on drums. And while improvisation is at the heart of what this quartet has built its reputation on at their legendary New Orleans Jazzfest sets and rare, but in demand, club tours, it's the intricate sonic collages, tightly orchestrated arrangements and positively modern approach to instrumental songwriting that's at the heart of their latest album, Power Patriot.  Set for release October 27 by Brooklyn-based label The Royal Potato Family, Garage A Trois will play select tour dates to support the new recording in November and December.

The track listing for Power Patriot is:

1. Rescue Spreaders
2. Fragile
3. Dory's Day Out
4. Electric Doorbell Machine
5. Power Patriot
6. Dugout
7. Fat Redneck Gangster
8. Purgatory
9. Germs
10. Computer Crimes

Upcoming Garage A Trois tour dates are:

November 14 | Bear Creek Festival | Live Oak, FL
November 19 | DBA | New Orleans, LA
November 20 | Chelsea's | Baton Rouge, LA
November 21 | The Parish | Austin, TX
December 8 | Tractor Tavern | Seattle, WA
December 9 | Nightlight Lounge | Bellingham, WA
December 10 | Doug Fir Lounge | Portland, OR
December 11 | Red Fox Tavern | Arcata, CA
December 12 | The Independent | San Francisco, CA
December 19 | The Bowery Ballroom | New York, NY
December 20 | North Star Bar | Philadelphia, PA
December 21 | The 8X10 | Baltimore, MD

Elizabeth & the Catapult release second single "RaceYou", On Tour NOW

In less than two years since their move to New York, Elizabeth and the Catapult has already racked up an impressive list of accomplishments. In May and August of 2006 they were featured in WNYC's "Soundcheck" as well as PRI's "Fair Game with Faith Salie" At the end of the year they were dubbed by NPR as "One of the Best Discoveries of 2006."  The Catapult have had residencies at clubs such as the Living Room and Rockwood Music Hall, and after opening for national headliners like Jessie Harris, Kirk Kirkwood (of the Meat Puppets fame), The Wood Brothers (of Medeski, Martin, and Wood), and Amanda Palmer (of The Dresden Dolls) there was enough buzz about them to support a tour and label interest on the West Coast. All of this success also earned them a place as the Billboard Underground Artist for last October.

Bound by a common love of eclectic influences, Elizabeth & the Catapult draws inspiration from artists such as Tom Waits, David Byrne, Joni Mitchell, and Jon Brion—as well as classical influences such as Debussy, Ravel and Chopin. One explanation for the band's musical diversity is Elizabeth Ziman's musical background. She was trained as a classical pianist until the age of sixteen. "As a kid, I used to practice all the time…" Elizabeth explains. "But one day I realized that I couldn't lock myself in a room for eight hours a day…that's when I started writing and singing." After that, it quickly became apparent that her vocal abilities rivaled her piano skills. In 2002, Elizabeth successfully auditioned to be a background vocalist for soul-queen Patti Austin and ended up joining her on tour for the next year and a half. Elizabeth's experience along with Pete and Danny's folk/rock sensibility piece together to make up the band's harmonically distinctive pop sound, a sound well reflected in their stylistically diverse new EP.

After a listen to the Elizabeth & the Catapult EP, it is immediately clear that a great deal of thought went into each of the songs' arrangements. Strings, Horns, Marimba and Synthesizers are all blended together, creating an organic, off-beat style that fans have often referred to as "baroque pop." The sound of the EP is also shaped by the guerilla-style fashion in which it was recorded. Drummer Danny Molad recorded most of the EP in basements and bathrooms, producing this album, along with Elizabeth, in an incredibly modest home studio. With these limited resources, Elizabeth & the Catapult managed to produce an expertly mixed album. Every note of the EP sounds deliberately placed while there still manages to be an air of effortlessness that penetrates throughout all the songs.

In their recordings as well as live performances, Elizabeth and her band members bring together all their backgrounds and experiences to make music that they themselves enjoy. They acknowledge their amorphous style and readily admit that it probably scares record labels. Even so, Elizabeth asserts that she is "not interested in assigning herself a specific style." Elizabeth & the Catapult are proud of their ever-changing sound and are committed to keeping their music fresh and creative.

Tour Dates

Oct 8 - Thunderbird Cafe - Pittsburg, PA
Oct 9 - Beachland Tavern - Cleveland, OH
Oct 10 - Beat Kitchen - Chicago, IL
Oct 11 - Radio Radio - Indianapolis, IN
Oct 12 - Rumba Cafe - Columbus, OH
Oct 14 - The Vernon Club - Louisville, KY
Oct 15 - Eddie's Attic - Decatur, GA
Oct 16 - The End - Nashville, TN
Oct 17 - Bottle Tree - Birmingham, AL
Oct 18 - The Rocket Club - Asheville, NC
Oct 19 - The Southern - Charlottesville, VA
Oct 20 - The Evening Muse - Charlotte, NC
Oct 21 - The Camel - Richmond, VA
Oct 22 - The Barns at Wolf Trap - Vienna, VA
Oct 23 - The Saint - Asbury Park, NJ
Oct 24 - Funk N'Waffles - Syracuse, NY
Nov 12 - The Barn - Clinton, NY

Tiësto Releases "Kaleidoscope" TODAY On Ultra Records

The world’s biggest electronic artist and critically-acclaimed DJ/ producer, Tiësto, joins forces with some very special guests on his latest full length album ‘Kaleidoscope’ out TODAY on Ultra Records.

After a run of four top-selling artist albums, Tiësto offers his fifth and most ambitious album to date, Kaleidoscope. A stunning collection of songs written and recorded in collaboration with a variety of music’s brightest talents from the worlds of dance, pop and rock that include Nelly Furtado, Jónsi Birgisson from Sigur Rós, Tegan & Sara, Kele Okereke from Bloc Party, Emily Haines from Metric and Calvin Harris just to name a few.  Kaleidoscope is an artist album in the truest sense and has already been making waves via exclusive song premiers on Pitchfork, Stereogum, CosmoGirl, and Myspace along with a newly launched remix contest of “Knock You Out” Feat. Emily Haines in conjunction with dance music heavyweight Beatport.  A number of Tiësto’s new songs will also be featured in the launch of new Tap Tap Revenge 3 top Iphone application coming out in the next few weeks as well.

Along with this release of the album, Tiësto embarks on a worldwide tour in 2009-2010, taking the sounds and sights of Kaleidoscope on the road for 175 live performances across 5 continents. Enlisting the talents of Montreal’s Moment Factory (NIN, Cirque Du Soleil), Tiësto has created the biggest and best live show to date leaving fans and critics breathless, evident from the 3 SOLD OUT shows at NYC's legendary Hammerstein Ballroom to launch the tour.

Tiësto’s career highlights to date are many, with recent exploits including a GRAMMY nod for his last artist album, ‘Elements of Life’, headlining both Coachella and Bonnaroo Festivals and performing live in front of over one-billion people during the Parade of the Athletes at the official opening ceremony of the 2004 Olympic Games in Athens. Having over 1 million Facebook friends (the largest of any electronic artist on the planet), global brand sponsorships deals and sell out shows around the world, Tiësto is on the crest of a wave which is only set to continue.

Just Announced LA Shows
November 25, 27, 28 in Los Angeles, CA - The Shrine

North American Tour

Sat 10/10 Atlanta, GA - North Atlanta Trade Center

Sun 10/11 Washington, DC - Fur

Mon 10/12 Cleveland, OH - Aura

Tues 10/13 Columbus, OH - Boma

Weds 10/14 Philadelphia, PA - Electric Factory*

Thurs 10/15 Charlotte, NC - The Forum

Fri 10/16 Orlando, FL - UCF Arena *

Sat 10/17 Ft Lauderdale, FL – NSU Arena

Sat 10/17 Miami, FL – Liv

Sun 10/18 Tampa, FL - The Ritz

Monday 10/19 Naples, FL – Sway Lounge

Fri 10/23 Houston, TX - Reliant Arena*

Sat 10/24 Dallas, TX - the Palladium

Sun 10/25 San Antonio, TX - Cowboys

Mon 10/26 OK City, OK - City Walk

Tues 10/27 Nashville, TN - Limelight

Weds 10/28 St Louis, MO - Home

Thurs 10/29 Kansas City, MO - Uptown Theater*

Fri 10/30 Minneapolis, MN - Myth

Sat 10/31 Chicago, IL - The Congress

Sun 11/1 Milwaukee, WI - The Rave

Saturday 11/7 El Paso, TX – Cohen Satdium

Sunday 11/8 San Diego, CA – 4th and B

Monday 11/9 Denver, CO – Beta

Tue 11/10 Edmonton, Canada - Shaw Conference Center

Wednesday 11/11 Winnipeg, Canada – Duckworth Center

Thu 11/12 Calgary, Canada - Big Four Building (Stampede Grounds)

Friday 11/13 Calgary, Canada - Big Four Building (Stampede Grounds)

Sat 11/14 Vancouver, Canada – PNE

Friday 11/20 Salt Lake City, UT – Saltair

Saturday 11/21 San Francisco, CA – Cow Palace

Sunday 11/22 Phoenix, AZ – Marquee Theater

Wednesday 11/25 Los Angeles, CA – The Shrine

Friday 11/27 Los Angeles, CA – The Shrine

Saturday 11/28 Los Angeles, CA – The Shrine

First Leg Of Latin Tour & Dates

December 4 in Bogota, Colombia at Coferias Convention Center
December 5 in Medellin, Colombia at Plaza Mayor Convention Center
December 7 in Cali, Colombia
December 9 in Panama City, Panama
December 11 in Porto Alegre, Brasil
December 12 in Sao Paulo, Brasil
December 13 in Brasilia, Brasil
December 16 in La Paz, Bolivia
December 17 in Lima, Peru
December 18 in Santiago, Chile at Espacio Riesco
December 19 in Buenos Aires, Argentina

Stay tuned for more information on Tiësto’s forthcoming artist album and other news!

BoomBox Cancels Eureka show due to death in family

Due to a passing of a family member, BoomBox has regretfully canceled their set for tonight’s show at the Nocturnum, in Eureka, CA to briefly return home to attend a funeral and spend time with family. However, because of the overwhelming support the group has received on the West Coast, performances in San Francisco, Los Angeles and San Diego will remain scheduled as planned.

Godchaux explains, “I want to thank everyone for the support on this West Coast run. We are really honored to share what we all share together at shows.” He continues, “My family’s encouragement and your support led us to the decision to return back to California on Thursday (October 8th) to perform in San Francisco and finish the remainder of the tour.”

Fans planning on attending the show in Eureka will still be treated to a night of music from Ana Sia who has been touring with BoomBox on this West Coast tour and are encouraged to make the trip to San Francisco to see BoomBox perform on Thursday, October 8th at the Independent.

The band thanks everyone for their support and kind thoughts.

Upcoming Steve Kimock Tour Dates

FALL TOUR 2009!
Oct 9 Riverview Fest - Chicago, IL
Oct 23 Spookstock (Camp Zoe)- Salem, MO
Oct 24 Granada Theatre - Lawrence, KS
Oct 27 Humboldt Brews - Arcata, CA
Oct 28 El Rey Theatre - Chico, CA
Oct 29 Stillwater - Ashland, OR
Oct 30 McDonald Theatre -Eugene, OR
Oct 31 Aladdin Theatre - Portland, OR

Nov 5 Westcott Theatre - Syracuse, NY
Nov 6 Bearsville , NY - Bearsville Theatre
Nov 7 The Grand Opera House (Baby Grand) - Wilmington, DE
Nov 8 Fairfield Theatre Company - Fairfield CT
Nov 11 Carrboro, NC - Center for the Arts
Nov 12 Asheville, NC - Orange Peel
Nov 13 Charleston, SC - The Pour House
Nov 14 Live Oak, FL - Bear Creek Festival
Nov 16 Charlotte, NC - Visulite
Nov 17 Smith's - Atlanta
Nov 18 Exit/In - Nashville, TN
Nov 19 The Rev Room - Little Rock
Nov 20 Fayetteville - George's
Nov 21 Fayetteville - George's

Dec 17 Moe's Alley - Santa Cruz, CA
Dec 18 The Fillmore, SF, CA * *Big Light opening
Dec 19 Crystal Bay Club Tahoe, CA

Jan 3-8 JamCruise