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THE BRIDGE: A Farewell Statement

Dear Family and Friends,

This next Thanksgiving will mark the 10-year anniversary of The Bridge.  It has been an amazing ride that we have shared with you all.  It is therefore with a heavy heart that we announce that this year will mark the end of The Bridge.  After ten years and thousands of miles, the harsh realities of life on the road have led us to a point where we can no longer sustain ourselves as a band.  We fought on to continue for as long as we could, because we truly believed in our music and cherished the deeply special connection that we have built with our audiences throughout the years.  But at the end of the day, the economy won, and we are forced to close up shop.

What started as a show for our friends on one Thanksgiving Eve has led us on a wild, beautiful journey beyond our expectations.  The long van rides, smoky bars, sleepless nights, wicked hangovers, cheap motels, and flat tires were all worth it for the chance to play music for you all and create those special moments that we live for.  It has been the most rewarding experience of our lives.  In true Bridge fashion, we will be giving you everything we have left for the rest of our shows.  We will be playing our final residency at 8x10, the house that built The Bridge, in the coming weeks, as well as our beloved All Good Festival, our favorite day of the year for the last 7 years.  And as if it was meant to be, we will be closing out our run as a band on our 10-year anniversary, Thanksgiving Eve, at Rams Head Live.  We plan on cherishing every last moment we have with you as The Bridge.

As chapters end and new ones begin, we will continue to pursue other musical endeavors, and hope to keep the spirit of this community alive.  We are forever grateful to you all, the people who we have gotten to know so well through the years, as well as those who have worked so hard and given so much of themselves for the band.  And lastly we want to thank each other, the members of the band both past and present, for sweating out the tough times and celebrating the high times together to try and live the dream.  We are truly brothers for life.  As sad as we feel that this experience is ending, we have no regrets. We feel we have achieved what we set out to do, which is to make people happy through our music.  We humbly thank you, from the absolute bottom of our hearts, for your love, support, and inspiration that has given us this opportunity.  It has been an honor and a privilege.

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Our remaining dates this summer are:

May 28 | Sterling Folk Festival | Sterling, NY tickets
June 1 | 8x10 Club | Baltimore, MD
June 8 | 8x10 Club | Baltimore, MD
June 15 | 8x10 Club | Baltimore, MD
June 22 | 8x10 Club | Baltimore, MD
June 4 | Crawfish Fest | Augusta, NJ
July 4 | TBA | Harrisonburg, VA
July 7 | Bottle & Cork | Dewey Beach, DE
July 10 | Ladew Gardens | Monkton, MD
July 17 | All Good Festival | Mastontown, WV
July 22 | Gathering of the Vibes | Bridgeport, CT
July 29-31 | Black Sheep Family Reunion | Tidewater, OR
August 5 | Elysian Fields Festival | Boyce, VA
August 7 | Flood City Music Festival | Johnstown, PA
August 12 | Hunt Valley Towne Center (acoustic) | Hunt Valley, MD
August 19 | Bella Terra Festival | Stephentown, NY

Sincerely,

Cris, Kenny, Dave, Mike, Patrick, and Mark

The Bridge

The Felice Brothers Announce 9/29 Show at Webster Hall

On the heels of two sold-out shows at Brooklyn, NY's The Bell House last week, The Felice Brothers have announced a September 29th headlining show at New York City's Webster Hall. Tickets for the show will go on-sale this Thursday, May 26th at 12pm ET. The band, whose live show was deemed "dark, rowdy, and mesmerizing" by SPIN, wrapped up their two-month spring tour with The Bell House shows and will continue playing throughout the summer, next up at Brighton Music Hall in Boston, MA, on Friday.

The Felice Brothers' fourth LP Celebration, Florida arrived in stores on May 10th via Fat Possum and continues to catch attention from press outlets including The A.V. Club, Billboard, Cowbell, Maxim, The New York Daily News, SPIN, Time Out New York, and The Wall Street Journal. The band's striking Ian Cinco-directed video for lead single "Ponzi" premiered on The A.V. Club earlier this month and can now also be seen and shared via here. A "Ponzi" song stream debuted on SPIN.com in late March and can be embedded using the below code.

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The Felice Brothers tour dates:

MAY 27 BOSTON, MA BRIGHTON MUSIC HALL*

MAY 28 HARTFORD, CT BOMB FESTIVAL (Comcast Theatre)

JUNE 15 BALTIMORE, MD OTTOBAR

JUNE 16 RICHMOND, VA GROOVIN IN THE GARDEN (Maymount)**

JUNE 17 JIM THORPE, PA MAUCH CHUNK OPERA HOUSE

JUNE 18 CROTON-ON-HUDSON, NY CLEARWATER FESTIVAL

JULY 21-23 CALGARY, ALB CALGARY FOLK FESTIVAL

JULY 30 NEWPORT, RI NEWPORT FOLK FESTIVAL

SEPT. 10 DALEVILLE, VA DALEVILLE TOWN CENTER

SEPT. 29 NEW YORK, NY WEBSTER HALL

NOV. 29 MUNICH, DE FREIHEIZ

NOV. 30 FRANKFURT, DE BATSCHKAPP

DEC. 1 KOLN, DE GLORIA

DEC. 2 HAMBURG, DE UBEL & GEFAHRLICH

DEC. 3 BERLIN, DE POSTBAHNHOF

DEC. 6 LONDON, UK KOKO

DEC. 7 MANCHESTER, UK MANCHESTER ACADEMY 2

DEC. 9 GLASGOW, UK ABC

DEC. 10 BELFAST, UK SPRING & AIRBRAKE

DEC. 11 DUBLIN, IR ACADEMY

DEC. 12 BIRMINGHAM, UK INSTITUTE

DEC. 14 BRUSSELS, BE AB BOX

DEC. 15 UTRECHT, NL TIVOLI

DEC. 16 GRONIGEN, NL OOSTERPOORT

DEC. 18 NIJMEGEN, NL DOORNROOSJE

* Willy Mason supporting

** co-headline with North Mississippi Allstars

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Suzanna Choffel To Release New Album, 'Steady Eye Shaky Bow,' May 24

Suzanna Choffel, whose dusky vocals are as intriguing as her indie-soul-pop originals and sultry stage presence, releases on Tuesday, May 24, her latest album, STEADY EYE SHAKY BOW, a collection of upbeat melodies and ballads that Choffel describes as “blues-colored dark grit” drawing from musical influences that include Stax-style jazz and Motown R&B.

Choffel and her band — Kyle Thompson on drums, Johnny Vogelsang on bass, Laura Scarborough on vibraphone and synthesizer, and Chris Gebhard on keys and guitar —will make numerous special appearances around the new release. The band recently performed at SXSW Music Festival, including a show at Auditorium Shores with Blue October.

Around the release of STEADY EYE SHAKY BOW, Choffel will tour in Texas in May and June, including an Album Release Show in Austin. The album has already yielded “Raincloud,” with its smart, witty lyrics and soulful syncopated sound that is more than pop, the song infused with the flavor of New Orleans with the backing by Big Sam’s Funky Nation, and a video viewed on YouTube more than half a million times.
Another song on the new album is “Archer,” from whence the album’s title comes, a song that exemplifies Choffel’s unique lyrical expression of the emotions inherent in relationships.
Multiple award-winner Choffel was named Indie Artist of the Year at the 2009 Austin Music Awards and won top honors in the John Lennon Songwriting Contest.
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Suzanna Choffel upcoming shows include:
May 13, Saxon Pub, Austin
May 19, The Shady Grove, Austin
May 20, Luna, San Antonio
May 24, Waterloo Records In-Store, Austin
May 28, One World Theatre, Austin (Album Release Show)
June 11, McGonigel’s Mucky Duck, Houston
June 16, Buddy Holly Center, Lubbock

Nashville teenage psych wonders The Paperhead announce Nationwide tour dates

Three 18 year olds from Nashville turning out tracks that play like lost nuggets from 1968, The Paperhead announce national tour dates accompanied by "spiritual advisor" Jeffrey Novak on farfisa bringing the vintage sounds of their Trouble In Mind-released self-titled LP to life.
Kicking off these dates, Trouble In Mind will be hosting a truly unique pressing/listening party at United Record Pressing in Nashville on June 16 for the limited vinyl only reissue of The Paperhead's debut cassette, Focus In On...The Looking Glass on TIM Records.
Pressed before your very eyes and immediately spun for the first time, this event celebrates both the earliest psychedlic experiments of the band and the vinyl process so integral to the label.
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The Paperhead Tour Dates:
June 15 - Nashville, TN  w/ The Strange Boys
June 16 - United Record Pressing Listening Party - Nashville, TN
June 17 - Poplar Lounge - Memphis, TN    
June 18 - Siberia - New Orleans, LA    
June 19 - The Mink - Houston, TX
June 20 - The Mohawk - Austin, TX w/ Rayon Beach
June 21 - Trainyard - Las Cruces, NM w/ Far Corners
June 23 - Til Two - San Diego, CA    
June 24 - Permanent Records Instore @ 5pm - LA, CA
June 24 - HM157 - Los Angeles, CA    
June 25 - Fuzzplex - Oakland, CA    
June 26 - Thee Parkside - San Francisco, CA w/ Wax Idols, Wrong Words
June 28 - Slabtown - Portland, OR w/ Night Beats 
July 14 - Black Sparrow - Lafayette, LA    
July 15 - Bitchpork - Chicago, IL    
July 16 - Cactus Club - Milwaukee, WI    
July 18 - Now That's Class - Cleveland, OH    
July 19 - Columbus, OH w/ Andrew Graham & Lpps
July 20 - The Shop - Pittsburgh, PA
July 22 - WFMU Live Session @ 1pm - NY, NY
July 22 - Bruar Falls - NY, NY    
July 23 - Cafe Nine - New Haven, CT w/ Estrogen Highs
July 25 - Golden West - Baltimore, MD
July 26 - Comet Ping Pong - Washington, DC

Band Of Skulls Announce Select U.S. Dates

Southhampton, UK trio Band of Skulls are taking some time out from recording their second album to play select tour dates in the U.S. Currently recording at Rockfield Studios in Wales, the band will bring the driving guitar force and Wall of Sound harmonies of their live shows back to the states to play four shows in California before heading to Manchester, TN for their Thursday night slot at the Bonnaroo festival. They will be performing new songs at these shows along with favorites from their debut album 'Baby, Darling, Dollface, Honey.'

After spending two years touring in support of their debut album which was universally embraced by the U.S. press including SPIN (Best of Coachella), Rolling Stone (Best of SXSW) and Entertainment Weekly (Your Next Favorite Band) and culminated with a sold-out show at the Forum in London in late 2010, the band retreated to a studio in Norfolk UK to begin writing the follow-up. They returned to their home studio in Southampton to start the recording which they are now completing in Wales. The album will be mixed by Nick Launay (Grinderman, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Arcade Fire) and is scheduled for release in 2012. The album will be preceded by a single and EP released in late 2011.

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BAND OF SKULLS U.S. TOUR DATES:

June 4, Santa Barbara, CA @ Velvet Jones

June 5, San Diego, CA @ Independence Jam w/ Cold War Kids, Lykke Li, Peter, Bjorn & John

June 6, Los Angeles, CA @ Bootleg Theater (SOLD OUT)

June 7, Los Angeles, CA @ Bootleg Theater (SOLD OUT)
June 9, Manchester, TN @ Bonnaroo in THAT TENT 8:30pm - 9:30pm

THE DEAD KENNY Gs To Tour With PRIMUS

Straight from a three week tour with Garage A Trois, saxophonist Skerik and percussionist/vibraphonist Mike Dillon rejoin bassist Brad Houser in their other primary band, The Dead Kenny Gs, for ten dates supporting Primus in the Southeast at the end of May. The trio will also headline a handful of its own shows during the run. The Dead Kenny Gs are touring behind their critically-acclaimed new album, Operation Long Leash, out now on Royal Potato Family.

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Upcoming tour dates are:

May 27 | Arkansas Music Pavilion | Fayetteville, AR (w/ Primus)
May 27 | George’s | Fayetteville, AR
May 28 | Downtown Benson Street | Omaha, NE (w/ Primus)
May 29 | Pageant | St. Louis, MO (w/ Primus)
May 31 | Memorial Auditorium | Raleigh, NC (w/ Primus)
June 1 | The Fillmore | Charlotte, NC (w/ Primus)
June 3 | Hard Rock Live | Orlando, FL (w/ Primus)
June 4 | The Fillmore | Miami, FL (w/ Primus)
June 5 | Hurricane Bar & Lounge | Delray Beach, FL
June 7 | Ruth Eckard Hall | Clearwater, FL (w/ Primus)
June 8 | Florida Theater | Jacksonville, FL (w/ Primus)
June 9 | North Charleston Performing Arts Center | Charleston, SC (w/ Primus)
June 9 | Charleston Pour House | Charleston, SC (Primus After Party)

The Felice Brothers: Celebration, Florida In Stores Now

The Felice Brothers' fourth album Celebration, Florida arrived in stores yesterday via Fat Possum. The inventive and imaginative album expands upon the dark, woozy undercurrents and surreal storytelling of their previous albums, and has been catching the attention of the press. In addition to the A.V. Club, which recently declared "...The Felice Brothers have captured the decay and corruption of contemporary America in dazzling, sickening fashion", Celebration, Florida has also been covered by Billboard, Cowbell, Metromix, SPIN, Time Out New York ("arresting"), and The Wall Street Journal ("...very fine new Tom Waits-meets-the-Band album..."), among others.

Today, The Felice Brothers' new video for first single "Ponzi" premiered on the A.V. Club and the striking Ian Cinco-directed clip can now be seen here. A song stream on "Ponzi" debuted on SPIN.com in late March; code for an embeddable stream is below. A full album stream is also available via the band's website and AOL Music's Spinner.

The Felice Brothers have been on tour in support of Celebration, Florida since mid-March and play The Blind Pig in Ann Arbor, MI, tonight. The band recently added a handful of new shows to their US itinerary, including June 15th at the Ottobar in Baltimore, MD; June 16th at the Maymount (Groovin In The Garden concert series) in Richmond, VA; June 17th at the Mauch Chunk Opera House in Jim Thorpe, PA; and September 10th at the Daleville Town Center in Daleville, VA.

The Felice Brothers made their debut performance at Coachella last month and their Saturday evening set drew great live reviews from SPIN.com (Best & Worst Moments of Coachella Day 2 - 'Worst Band To Pigeonhole': "...let's just call them great") and The Orange County Register ("...something very raw and beautiful"), among others. The band will also perform at a number of other festivals this summer, including The Clearwater Festival, The Calgary Folk Festival, and the Newport Folk Festival.

The Felice Brothers will head to Europe in late November; fall touring plans for the US will be announced soon.

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The Felice Brothers tour dates:

MAY 11 ANN ARBOR, MI THE BLIND PIG*

MAY 12 TORONTO, ONT LEE'S PALACE*

MAY 13 ROCHESTER, NY WATER STREET MUSIC HALL*

MAY 14 LANCASTER, PA CHAMELEON CLUB*

MAY 18 BROOKLYN, NY THE BELL HOUSE%

MAY 19 BROOKLYN, NY THE BELL HOUSE**

MAY 26 NEWMARKET, NH THE STONE CHURCH#

MAY 27 BOSTON, MA BRIGHTON MUSIC HALL#

MAY 28 HARTFORD, CT BOMB FESTIVAL (Comcast Theatre)

JUNE 15 BALTIMORE, MD OTTOBAR

JUNE 16 RICHMOND, VA GROOVIN IN THE GARDEN (Maymount)^

JUNE 17 JIM THORPE, PA MAUCH CHUNK OPERA HOUSE

JUNE 18 CROTON-ON-HUDSON, NY CLEARWATER FESTIVAL

JULY 21-23 CALGARY, ALB CALGARY FOLK FESTIVAL

JULY 30 NEWPORT, RI NEWPORT FOLK FESTIVAL

SEPT. 10 DALEVILLE, VA DALEVILLE TOWN CENTER

NOV. 29 MUNICH, DE FREIHEIZ

NOV. 30 FRANKFURT, DE BATSCHKAPP

DEC. 1 KOLN, DE GLORIA

DEC. 2 HAMBURG, DE UBEL & GEFAHRLICH

DEC. 3 BERLIN, DE POSTBAHNHOF

DEC. 6 LONDON, UK KOKO

DEC. 7 MANCHESTER, UK MANCHESTER ACADEMY 2

DEC. 9 GLASGOW, UK ABC

DEC. 10 BELFAST, UK SPRING & AIRBRAKE

DEC. 11 DUBLIN, IR ACADEMY

DEC. 12 BIRMINGHAM, UK INSTITUTE

DEC. 14 BRUSSELS, BE AB BOX

DEC. 15 UTRECHT, NL TIVOLI

DEC. 16 GRONIGEN, NL OOSTERPOORT

DEC. 18 NIJMEGEN, NL DOORNROOSJE

* Shovels And Rope supporting

% Shovels And Rope, Rig 1 supporting

** Tom Brosseau supporting

# Willy Mason supporting

^ co-headline with North Mississippi Allstars

Dawes Confirm Summer Support Slot With Alison Krauss

TO Records is excited to announce that Dawes has confirmed 17 dates supporting Alison Krauss & Union Station. Beginning July 27 in Danbury, CT, the dates run through August 27, and include stops at New York’s Beacon Theatre, the Fox in Atlanta and two shows at The Ryman in Nashville.

Dawes has already begun their touring in support of their highly anticipated second album, Nothing Is Wrong. Due out on June 7, 2011, Nothing Is Wrong is the follow-up to the band’s 2009 debut, North Hills (featuring their breakout anthem, “When My Time Comes”), an extraordinary record that was released quietly and soon became regarded among critics and fans across the country as a classic and must-own favorite. A collection of songs that expertly builds upon the template laid by North Hills, Nothing Is Wrong sees Dawes displaying strong growth and evolution while still manifesting their distinctive, unforgettable voice. The band is confirmed to perform the first single from the new album, “Time Spent in Los Angeles,” on The Late Show with David Letterman in late June.

ATO Records and Dawes will be launching a unique pre-order campaign that will allow fans to purchase the record in advance of release date and receive an immediate digital download of an exclusive three-song promotional EP, entitled Suitcase, featuring “Time Spent In Los Angeles,” and two B-sides from the album sessions, “All My Failures” and “Strangers Getting Stranger.”

In addition, all pre-orders will automatically be entered-to-win a super deluxe grand prize suitcase loaded with the following items:

-Vintage 3’ x 2’ suitcase
-Double Gatefold packaging including photo collage and lyric insert
-CD version of album (sleeve without artwork)
-CD version of ‘Suitcase’ EP (sleeve with full-color artwork)
-Series of 5 (5x7) black and white lithograph prints in commemorative brown paper jacket sleeve with band logo
-12x12 black and white photo print autographed by Dawes
-Digital download of video series featuring interview, candid, recording, and live performance footage
-Digital delivery of 11-track album in its entirety on 6/7/11 in premium DRM-free 320 kbps MP3, Apple Lossless, or FLAC files
-Grado 225i Prestige Series headphones
-WILL Leather Goods Hopper Messenger Bag and Slim Billfold Wallet
-Leather notebook with lyrics signed by Taylor Goldsmith
-Black album artwork t-shirt
Fans can also pre-order Nothing Is Wrong online via the band’s website in the following formats; Deluxe LP (limited edition), Double LP, CD, and Digital. All bundles come with the "Suitcase EP" and the option to add a t-shirt. More details here.
Fans can also pre-order ‘Nothing Is Wrong’ at the band’s upcoming May performances where they will receive a physical CD copy of the Suitcase EP that includes a download card to receive the album in its entirety with digital liner notes on street date. The band will be performing special in-store appearances prior to release date at select retailers in tour markets. For a complete list, visit the band’s website.
In support of the pre-order campaign, the band will release a series of weekly videos online featuring interviews, candid, recording, and live performance footage. The first webisode premiered at Daytrotter, and the second on Paste today. All of the videos will be made available for digital download as part of the Deluxe LP (Limited Edition) pre-order offering. Visit the band’s website for more information.
TOUR DATES
May 11 - Tampa, FL - State Theatre
May 12 - St. Augustine, FL - Cafe Eleven
May 13 - Atlanta, GA - Variety Playhouse
May 14 - Birmingham, AL - Secret Stages Festival (2pm -note 2 shows on 5/14)
May 14 - Nashville, TN - Cannery Ballroom
May 15 - Asheville, NC - Orange Peel
May 17 - Charlotte, NC - Visulite Theatre
May 18 - Carborro, NC - Cat's Cradle
May 19 - Athens, GA - Melting Point
May 20 - Chattanooga, TN - Nightfall Series (free show)
May 23 - New Haven, CT - Toad's
May 24 - Portland, ME - State Theatre
May 25 - Northampton, MA - The Iron Horse
May 26 - Burlington, VT - Higher Ground
May 27 - Montreal, QC - Le National
May 28 - Toronto, ON - Opera House
May 29 - Detroit, MI - St. Andrew's Hall
June 1 - Louisville, KY - Headliners
June 2 - Indianapolis, IN - The Vogue
June 3 - Chicago, IL - The Vic Theatre
June 5 - Hunter Mountain, NY - Mountain Jam
June 6 - St. Louis, MO - The Pageant
June 7 - Louisville, KY - Iroquois Ampitheatre
June 8 - Columbus, OH - LC Ampitheatre
June 9 - Pittsburgh, PA -Stage AE
June 10 - Philadelphia, PA - Mann Center
June 11 - Vienna, VA - Wolf Trap
June 13 - Vancouver, BC - Vogue Theatre
June 14 - Seattle, WA - Moore Theatre
June 15 - Portland, OR - Crystal Ballroom
June 16 - Bend, OR - Athletic Club of Bend
June 17 - Chico, CA -   El Rey Theatre
June 18 - Los Angeles, CA - Orpheum Theatre
June 20 - San Diego, CA - House of Blues
June 21 - Tucson, AZ - Rialto Theatre
June 22 - Phoenix, AZ - Marquee Theatre
June 23 - Las Vegas, NV - Silverton Casino
June 24 - Reno, NV - Knitting Factory
June 25 - Oakland, CA - Fox Theatre
July 2 - Emeryville, CA - High Sierra Music Festival
July 7 - Winnipeg, MB  - Winnipeg Folk Festival
July 8 - Winnipeg, MB  - Winnipeg Folk Festival
July 9 - Ottawa, ON - Ottawa Bluesfest
July 11 - Quebec City, QC - Quebec City Summer Festival
July 27 - Danbury, CT - Ives Concert Park
July 28 - Boston, MA - Wang Center
July 29 - Chautauqua, NY - Institution Ampitheatre
July 30 - Charlottesville, VA - Charlottesville Pavilion
August 2 - New York, NY - Beacon Theatre
August 5 - Gilford, NH - Meadowbrook Pavilion
August 6 - Mashantucket, CT - MGM Grand Theatre
August 9 - Bethlehem, PA - Musikfest
August 11 - Cary, NC - Koka Booth Amphitheatre
August 12 - Asheville, NC - The Biltmore
August 13 - Atlanta, GA - Fox Theatre
August 14 - East Hampton, NY - Music To Know Festival
August 19 - St. Augustine, FL - Augustine Amphitheatre
August 20 - Ft. Lauderdale, FL - AuRene Theatre
August 21 - Clearwater, FL - Ruth Eckerd Hall
August 26 - Nashville, TN - The Ryman
August 27 - Nashville, TN - The Ryman

Girl Talk & Jim Jones Collaborate On "Believe In Magic"

In late February 2011, as Girl Talk was about to head out for his second month of touring in support of All Day, Pitchfork TV brought Girl Talk and Dipset’s Jim Jones together in Jones’ Nomad District Studio in New York for a special edition of their “Selector” series. Together, with Girl Talk producing a beat sampled from Honey Cone’s “Want Ads” and Jones freestyling over it, the two created a new track -- “Believe in Magic.” The results of the “Selector” taping exceeded all expectations and Jones was so pleased he took things one step further and invited R&B vocalist Lloyd to contribute, essentially making “Believe in Magic” the perfect summer jam. Watch “Believe In Magic” being made, and download Jim Jones ft. Lloyd and Girl Talk’s “Believe In Magic” below.

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Girl Talk hits the road next week once again in support of All Day. Catch him in the Southeast this month, and playing festivals, including Lollapalooza, Bonnaroo, Summerfest, Wanderlust, Ottawa Blues Fest and more, throughout North America all summer long.

Girl Talk Tour Dates:

Wed. May 18 -- St. Petersburg, FL @ Jannus Live

Thu. May 19 -- Miami, FL @ The Fillmore

Fri. May 20 -- Miami, FL @ The Fillmore

Sat. May 21 -- Orlando, FL @ House of Blues

Sun. May 22 -- Gulf Shores, AL @ Hangout Music Fest

Tue. May 24 -- Oxford, MS @ The Lyric Oxford

Thu. May 26 -- Barcelona, Spain @ Primavera Festival

Sat. May 28 -- Chillicothe, IL @ Summer Camp

Sun. May 29 -- Thornville, OH @ Hookahville

Sat. June 11 -- Manchester, TN @ Bonnaroo Music Festival

Fri. June 17 -- Atlantic City, NJ @ Showboat Atlantic City - House of Blues

Sat. June 18 -- Governors Island @ Revelation Music Festival - South Island Field

Sat. June 25 -- New Braunfels, TX @ Whitewater Music Amphitheater

Fri. July 1 -- Milwaukee, WI @ Summerfest - Miller Lite Stage

Sat. July 2 -- Des Moines, IA @ 80/35 Festival

Sun. July 3 -- Thackerville, OK @ WinStar Casino - ShowPlace

Thu. July 7 -- Ottawa, ON @ Ottawa Blues Festival

Fri. July 8 -- Toronto, ON @ Sound Academy

Sat. July 9 -- Toronto, ON @ Sound Academy

Sun. July 10 -- Quebec City, PQ @ Quebec City International

Sat. July 30 -- Lake Tahoe, CA @ Wanderlust Festival

Wed. Aug. 3 -- Canandaigua, NY @ Constellation Brands w/ Wiz Khalifa

Fri. Aug. 5 -- Chicago, IL @ Lollapalooza

Sat. Aug. 6 -- Kansas City, KS @ Kanrocksas Music Festival

Sat. Aug. 13 -- San Francisco, CA @ Outside Lands Festival

Sat. Aug. 20 -- Squamish, BC @ Live at Squamish

Fri. Sep. 2 -- Snowmass, CO @ Jazz Aspen Labor Day Festival

The Parson Red Heads New CD & Tour Dates

Coming from the fertile and eclectic West Coast folk scene, Portland, by way of Los Angeles, The Parson Red Heads announce the release of their newest LP, Yearling, on Arena Rock Recording Company on August 16.
A band full of truly talented musicians, whose music harkens to the most prolific and inventive elements in the canon of West Coast psych-folk, The Parson Red Heads' true power is undeniable live. The quartet hit the road in June with fellow musical maverick Alela Diane & Wild Divine.
For a preview of what to expect, give a listen to "Burning Up the Sky" from the Yearling LP.
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Tour Dates:
June 1 - Tractor Tavern - Seattle, WA *
June 2 - Rio Theatre - Vancouver, BC *
June 4 - Miss Studios - Portland, OR *
June 7 - Hi-Dive - Denver, CO *
June 8 - Bottleneck - Lawrence, KS *
June 9 - Empty Bottle, Chicago, IL *
June 11 - Rivoli - Toronto, ON *
June 12 - Il Motore - Montreal, QB *
June 13 - The Skinny Pancake - Burlington, VT
June 15 - Space 538 - Portland, ME *
June 16 - Brighton Music Hall - Boston, MA *
June 17 - City Winery - NYC, NY *
June 18 - Knitting Factory - Brooklyn, NY *
June 19 - Iota - Washington, DC *
June 20 - Kings Barcade - Raleigh, NC *
June 21 - The Earl - Atlanta, GA *
June 23 - The Bottletree - Brimingham, AL *
June 25 - Stubbs JR - Austin, TX *
June 27 - Plush - Tucson, AZ
June 29 - Echo - LA, CA *
June 30 - New Parish - Oakland, CA *
July 1 - Henry Miller Library - Big Sur, CA *
July 2 - Center for the Arts - Grass Valley, CA *

w/ Alela Diane & Wild Divine *