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Summer Concert Series at Denver Botanic Gardens

Denver Botanic Gardens and Swallow Hill Music, the Gardens’ concert promotions partner, today announce the 2011 Summer Concert Series lineup. Situated inside of the gates of one of the nation’s top botanic gardens, the 2011 Summer Concert Series at Denver Botanic Gardens’ UMB Bank Amphitheater offers an unrivaled ambience of thousands of blooming plants and the crystal clear music of some of the world’s most sought-after artists.

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The 2011 Denver Botanic Gardens Summer Concert Series schedule is as follows:

June 1 Sharon Jones & the Dap-Kings

June 14 Dr. John & the Lower 911 & Mavis Staples

July 8 Chris Isaak

July 14 Natalie MacMaster & Great Big Sea

July 15 Allen Toussaint & The Dirty Dozen Brass Band & Buckwheat Zydeco

July 21 India.Arie & Idan Raichel

July 22 Chris Botti

July 24 Bruce Hornsby & the Nosiemakers and Béla Fleck & the Flecktones
(@ Chatfield Green at Denver Botanic Gardens at Chatfield)

July 29 Rosanne Cash w/ Nina Storey

Aug. 4 k.d. lang & The Siss Boom

Aug. 7 Keb’ Mo'

Aug. 9 David Sanborn, George Duke & Marcus Miller

Aug. 21 B.B. King

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Ticket sales for Denver Botanic Gardens members begin on April 25, 2011, April 29, 2011 for Swallow Hill Music members, and May 2 for the General Public. Membership to the Gardens or Swallow Hill Music does not guarantee availability of tickets.

Purchase tickets online or by phone or via the phone @ 1-877-435-9849 (convenience fees apply to phone orders)

The 2011 Summer Concert Series at Denver Botanic Gardens is presented by UMB Bank.

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About Denver Botanic Gardens:

Green inside and out, the Gardens is considered one of the top botanical gardens in the United States and a pioneer in water conservation. Accredited by the American Association of Museums, the Gardens’ living collections encompass specimens from the tropics to the tundra, showcasing a plant palette chosen to thrive in Colorado’s semi-arid climate. The Gardens' dynamic, 23-acre urban oasis in the heart of the city is now in its 52nd year, offering unforgettable opportunities to flourish with unique garden experiences for the whole family – as well as world-class education and plant conservation research programs. Additional sites at Denver Botanic Gardens at Chatfield, a 750-acre wildlife and native plant refuge in Jefferson County; and Mount Goliath, a high-altitude trail and interpretive site on the Mount Evans Scenic Byway, extend this experience throughout the Front Range. For more information, visit us online.

Meat Puppets announce US tour dates supporting the release of "Lollipop"

Legendary rock trio Meat Puppets announce spring and summer tour dates supporting the relese of their 13th LP, Lollipop - out April 12, 2011 on Megaforce Records - including a run of dates with Slightly Stoopid!
Lollipop is now available for pre-order.  Check out album art and download the first track off the upcoming LP, "Damn Thing." Produced by band leader Curt Kirwood, and recorded at Spoon's HiFi Studio in Austin.
Lollipop features the indelible Kirkwood brothers back at work and back at play on 12 powerful new original cuts.
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Meat Puppets Tour Dates
Apr 27 - Busters - Lexington, KY *
Apr 28 - The Valarium - Knoxville, TN *
Apr 30 - Cain's Ballroom - Tulsa, OK *
May 1 - Liberty Hall - Lawrence, KS *
May 3 - Simon Estes Amphitheater - Des Moines, IA *
May 5 - The Venus - Fargo, ND *
May 6 - First Avenue - Minneapolis, MN *
May 7 - The Pageant - St. Louis, MO *
June 8 - The Blue Light - Lubbock, TX
June 9 - Santa Fe Brewing Co. - Santa Fe, NM
June 10 - Launchpad - Albuquerque, NM
June 11 - The Clubhouse - Phoenix, AZ
June 14 - Casbah - San Diego, CA
June 15 - Detroit Bar - Costa Mesa, CA
June 16 - Echo - Los Angeles, CA
June 17 - Independent - San Francisco, CA
June 18 - Humboldt Brews - Arcata, CA
June 20 - Wild Buffalo - Bellingham, WA
June 21 - Crocodile - Seattle, WA
June 22 - Doug Fir - Portland, OR
June 23 - Neurolux - Boise, ID
June 25 - Urban Lounge - Salt Lake City, UT
June 26 - Abbey Theater - Durango, CA
June 29 - Bluebird - Denver, CO
June 30 - Record Bar - Kansas City, MO
July 1 - Slowdown - Omaha, NE
July 9 - Summerfest - Milwaukee, WI
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w/ Slightly Stoopid *

Damon & Naomi Announce Coast-to-Coast Tour

Damon & Naomi embark on a coast-to-coast US tour behind their new album, False Beats and True Hearts (out May 17th on 20/20/20), with a live show featuring lead guitarist Michio Kurihara (Boris, Ghost) on the East Coast and Midwest, and saxophonist/arranger Bhob Rainey (nmperign) on the West Coast. The tour is a co-headline with Amor de Dias, the duo of Alasdair MacLean (The Clientele) and Lupe Núñez-Fernández (Pipas) -- although these shows mark Amor De Dias's US debut, the two duos have already played together several times in the UK, so expect collaborations between these friends throughout.

Damon Krukowski says of their live show:

"When we play live, we prefer to strip most everything away but the emotional core for us of the lyrics, and our voices. It's a more folky approach, trying to communicate the emotions in the songs as fully as we can in a live setting. For that reason we also love to bring lead players with us who respond and add to that kind of direct emotional approach."

To celebrate this tour of duos, Damon & Naomi are releasing a new track off their forthcoming record. Listen to “Shadow Boxing,” a song Damon describes as their “Richard and Linda Thompson-inspired number, a duet/conversation/argument in song."

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Listen to/download “Shadow Boxing” here.

Listen to/download “Walking Backwards” here.

Check out Chris Marker's "video" for Damon & Naomi's "And You Are There" here.

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DAMON & NAOMI TOUR DATES:

Mon. May 9 - Glasgow, UK @ Captain's Rest @*

Wed. May 11 - London, UK @ Cafe Oto @*

Fri. May 13 - Cornwall, UK @ The Kings Arms Penryn @*

Sat. May 14 - Bristol, UK @ Cube Cinema @*

Wed. May 18 - Washington, DC @ Red Palace @%

Thu. May 19 - Carrboro, NC @ The ArtCenter @%

Fri. May 20 - Baltimore, MD @ Metro Gallery @%

Sat. May 21 - Philadelphia, PA @ 1st Unitarian Church Chapel @%

Sun. May 22 - Brooklyn, NY @ Knitting Factory @%

Mon. May 23 - Boston, MA @ Great Scott @%

Wed. May 25 - Toronto, ONT @ Horseshoe @%

Thu. May 26 - Pontiac, MI @ Pike Room @%

Fri. May 27 - Chicago, IL @ Lincoln Hall @%

Sat. May 28 - Minneapolis, MN @ Triple Rock @%

Tue. May 31 - Seattle, WA @ Tractor Tavern #%

Wed. June 1 - Portland, OR @ Bunk Bar #%

Fri. June 3 - San Francisco, CA @ Bottom of the Hill #%

Sat. June 4 - Los Angeles, CA @ The Satellite #%

Sun. June 5 - San Diego, CA @ Soda Bar#%

* w/ Richard Youngs

% w/ Amor de Dias

@ performing w/ Michio Kurihara (guitar)

# performing w/ Bhob Rainey (saxophone)

Leftover Salmon Announces 2011 River Run

Summer is in the air, and with that Leftover Salmon is pleased to announce three special shows at some of the most cherished and unique venues Colorado has to offer. On June 10th & 11th, Leftover Salmon performs a two night run in the Poudre Canyon at the newly owned and operated Mishawaka Amphitheatre in Bellvue, CO.

On June 12th the festivities travel to the new State Bridge Amphitheatre in Bond, CO to honor & revisit a celebrated tradition. This intimate venue on the Colorado River holds a considerable amount of history in the Colorado music scene and was the site of many memorable LOS shows in the group’s early years. A devastating fire took the property in 2007, but the revered venue will return this summer. Leftover Salmon is honored to be performing the Grand Re-Opening Party at The New State Bridge Amphitheatre.

Fan ticketing on sale date for all shows is Saturday April 2nd.  Public on sale for State Bridge is Monday April 4th and Mishawaka Amphitheatre is Wednesday April 13th.

Eddie Vedder Announces June/July Solo Tour

In support of his forthcoming solo album, Ukulele Songs, Eddie Vedder will embark on a month-long U.S. solo tour in June and July. Vedder's tour kicks off on June 15th at Providence's Performing Arts Center and wraps up on July 15th at Seattle's Benaroya Hall (full tour dates follow).

Special guest Glen Hansard (The Swell Season, The Frames) will join Vedder on the road. Tickets for all shows go on sale Friday, April 1st. A pre-sale for active members of Pearl Jam's Ten Club takes place Tuesday, March 29th and Wednesday, March 30th. (For full details on this pre-sale, visit www.pearljam.com).

Vedder's solo album, Ukulele Songs, will be released on Tuesday, May 31st through Pearl Jam's Monkeywrench Records. Ukulele Songs is a collection of original songs and covers performed by Vedder on ukulele. The first single from the album, "Longing to Belong," is available now digitally.

Also released on May 31st is Water on the Road, a live-concert DVD directed by Brendan Canty of Fugazi and Christoph Green featuring performances from Vedder's August 16th and 17th 2008 solo tour engagements at Washington, D.C.'s Warner Theatre. The DVD features a live performance of "You're True" from Ukulele Songs as well as a mix of Pearl Jam catalog, covers and songs from Vedder's critically acclaimed, award-winning solo record, Into The Wild.

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Eddie Vedder June/July U.S. Tour Dates:

Date            City                            Venue
June 15 Providence, RI          Providence Performing Arts Center (PAC)
June 16 Boston, MA              The Wang Theatre
June 18 Hartford, CT            The Bushnell Center for the Performing Arts
June 21 New York, NY            Beacon Theatre
June 22 New York, NY            Beacon Theatre
June 25 Philadelphia, PA        Tower Theatre
June 26 Detroit, MI             Fox Theatre
June 28 Chicago, IL             The Chicago Theatre
July 1  St. Louis, MO           Fox Theatre
July 2  Minneapolis, MN      Orpheum Theatre
July 5  San Diego, CA           Copley Symphony Hall
July 6  Long Beach, CA     Terrace Theater
July 8  Los Angeles, CA    The Wiltern
July 9  Santa Barbara, CA       Santa Barbara Bowl
July 11 Oakland, CA             The Paramount Theatre
July 14 Portland, OR            Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall
July 15 Seattle, WA             Benaroya Hall

Beady Eye Add Philadelphia Date To Sold-Out North American Run

Beady Eye announce today the addition of a Philadelphia date on their first North American tour. Previously announced dates in New York, Chicago & Toronto quickly sold-out when announced earlier this month. The band (Liam Gallagher, Gem Archer, Andy Bell and Chris Sharrock) will be giving fans in Philadelphia a first live taste of their debut album, Different Gear, Still Speeding at Theater of the Living Arts on June 25th. Please see below for detailed ticketing information.

Beady Eye is currently on their sold-out debut European tour. UK daily newspaper, The Independent was at the tour kick off earlier this month in Glasgow, Scotland and remarked that Beady Eye, "sound encouragingly refreshed.... you realise watching them that Beady Eye are in the very unique position of possessing iconic impetus while being newly unchained from the weight of their past."

You can click here to see Beady Eye (and separately, eager fans as they wait to get into the venue) perform "The Roller" off their new album and live for the first time ever at Glasgow's Barrowlands on March 3, 2011.

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BEADY EYE Philadelphia TICKETING INFORMATION:

June 25 Philadelphia, PA @ Theater of Living Arts

On Sale March 25th at www.ticketmaster.com, TLA Box Office & Charge By Phone 215.922.1101

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BEADY EYE Previously Announced Dates:

June 18 Chicago, IL @ Metro SOLD OUT

June 20 Toronto, ON @ The Sound Academy SOLD OUT

June 23 New York, NY @ Webster Hall SOLD OUT

Timber Timbre Unveils Video & Tour Dates

With the band’s richly textured and evocative fourth album, Creep On Creepin’ On, slated for release on Arts & Crafts April 5, Timber Timbre is pleased to announce a number of North American dates, intended to showcase what NPR has already hailed as “a haunted, gnarled switch of plaintive top tap” first hand for fans across the continent.

The band also recently commissioned a video for album track “Woman,” which features actor/musician Slim Twig and is premiering today on popmatters.com.

WATCH TIMBER TIMBER’S “WOMAN” VIDEO NOW

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TIMBER TIMBRE ON TOUR:

April 2 - Peterborough, ON @ Murray Street Baptist Church

April 7 - Hamilton, ON @ Centenary United Church

April 8 - Toronto, ON @ Trinity St. Paul's United Church

April 9 - Ottawa, ON @ First Baptist Church

April 11 - Boston, MA @ Brighton Music Hall

April 12 - Philadelphia, PA @ World Cafe Live

April 13 - New York, NY @ Joe's Pub

April 14 - Brooklyn, NY @ Galsslands

April 16 - Montreal, QC @ Corona Theatre

May 19 - Pontiac, MI @ Pike Room

May 20 - Chicago, IL @ Schubas

May 21 - Evanston, IL @ Space

May 22 - Mikwaukee, WI @ Cactus Club

May 24 - Minneapolis, MN @ Bryant Lake Bowl

May 26 - Winnipeg, MB @ Park Theatre

May 27 - Saskatoon, SK @ Amigo's

May 28 - Calgary, AB @ Central United Church

May 29 - Edmonton, AB @ Avenue Theatre

May 31 - Victoria, BC @ Alix Goolden Hall

June 1 - Vancouver, BC @ The Vogue Theatre

June 3 - Dawson, YT @ Dawson City Music Festival

June 5 - Whitehorse, YT @ Yukon Arts Centre

JETHRO TULL Celebrates AQUALUNG's 40th Anniversary w/ North American Tour

In celebration of the park bench, dribbly-nosed voyeur's 40th Anniversary, Ian Anderson returns to the USA with his band Jethro Tull, starting June 8 in Denver, CO and ending on the 27 in Chicago, IL.

The group features longtime members Ian Anderson (flute, vocals, acoustic guitar) and Martin Barre (guitars), Doane Perry (drums), as well as David Goodier (bass) and pianist John O'Hara.  The latter two joined in 2006 after working with Ian on some of his solo projects.

The group will be performing the Aqualung album in its entirety plus a range of their other favorites from the lat 42 years.  Critics dubbed AQUALUNG “a concept album,” particularly for Ian's critical, skeptical views of organized religion, mostly on side B ("My God," "Hymn 43"). Anderson has disputed - almost resented - the assessment seeing the record as "just a bunch of songs." This led the band to give the critics a full-blown concept album with the following studio release THICK AS A BRICK which topped the Billboard charts in 1972.

On AQUALUNG, the group explores the struggles of the less fortunate in our society (e.g., "Aqualung," "Cross-Eyed Mary," "Up to Me"). Teenage angst and formal education difficulties (e.g., "Wind Up") are explored, and Ian returns to his parental themes with "Cheap Day Return," a tune encompassing Anderson's feelings while traveling North on the train to visit his sick father. "Locomotive Breath" touches on the issues of globalization, population expansion and runaway economics. Sound familiar?

Formed in 1968, Jethro Tull released its first album THIS WAS late in that year and followed up in 1969 with STAND UP.  In the 1970s, the group was one of the most successful live performing acts on the world stage, rivaling Zeppelin, Elton John and even the Rolling Stones. Surprising, really, for a group whose more sophisticated and evolved stylistic extravagance was far from the Pop and Rock norm of that era.

With now some 30-odd albums to their credit and sales totaling more than 50 million, the apparently un-commercial Tull continues to perform over a 100 concerts per year with its rich variety and depth of expression, wherever fans, young and old, want to hear Rock, Folk, Jazz and Classical-inspired music. Music for boys in long trousers and girls with brains.

In 2011, Tull will tour in Australia, Ireland, and Germany.  And Ian will perform solo shows in Germany, Spain, Cyprus, Turkey, Brazil, Argentina, Chile, Venezuela, Panama, Mexico, Czech Republic, the UK, Sweden, Denmark and Finland finishing with his customary charity Christmas concerts at three UK cathedrals.

In 2006, Ian was awarded a Doctorate in Literature from Heriot-Watt University in Edinburgh, the Ivor Novello Award for International Achievement in Music and, in the New Years Honours List 2008, an MBE for services to music. In 2012, he expects to be awarded the Smithsonian Medal of Honor for smelling OK for someone his age and having ears still in proportion to the rest of his head. His bladder remains elastic and his prostate the size of a pinhead.

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Jethro Tull Tour Dates:

June 8: Red Rock Amphitheater, Morrison, CO
June 10: Comerica Theatre, Phoenix, AZ
June 11: The Greek Theatre, Los Angeles, CA
June 12: TBA, Valley Center, CA
June 13: The Grove, Anaheim, CA
June 14: TBA, Saratoga, CA
June 16: Cuthbert Amphitheater, Eugene, OR
June 17: McMenamins Edgefield Concerts On The Lawn, Troutdale, OR
June 18: TBA, Woodinville, WA
June 19: Centre for the Performing Arts, Vancouver, BC
June 21: Northern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium, Edmonton, AB
June 22: Southern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium, Calgary, AB
June 23: Casino Regina, Regina, SK
June 25: Orpheum Theatre, Minneapolis, MN
June 26: Chicago Theatre, Chicago, IL
June 27: Rosemont Theatre, Rosemont, IL

Holly Golightly & the Brokeoffs keep it lo-fi

No Help Coming is the fourth full-length release by Holly Golightly & the Brokeoffs, and the latest of nearly 30 albums on which the veteran indie icon is featured. But she’s quick to dismiss any suggestion that she’s refined her approach during her 20 years as a recording artist.

“I’m proud to say that I don’t think there’s been much development at all, really,” Golightly asserts. “I still only know the same chords I did when I was 14, and I still write songs about the same things. But I did get a tuner three years ago, which was monumental.”

Indeed, as much as her work has evolved over the years, the London-born, Georgia-based singer/guitarist has maintained a fierce fidelity to the same raw DIY musical principles that first established her as a seminal influence upon multiple generations of garage combos and lo-fi artists. Her current outfit, Holly Golightly & the Brokeoffs, is a stripped-down duo that teams her with Texas-bred multi-instrumentalist and longtime collaborator Lawyer Dave, who contributes guitar, drums and backing vocals.

On No Help Coming, scheduled for release on April 26, 2011 on Transdreamer Records, Holly Golightly & the Brokeoffs continue to make music that’s spare and earthy yet unfailingly tuneful, drawing upon gritty blues, country and rockabilly influences while maintaining an unmistakable personal resonance. As Playboy.com commented, “Golightly’s songs are so fresh and timeless they could have been recorded yesterday or 40 years ago.”

The new 12-song set, recorded in the twosome’s adopted home state of Georgia, features such notable originals as “The Rest of Your Life,” “You’re Under Arrest,” “Get Out My House” and the swaggering title track, all of which pack as much of a musical and emotional punch as anything they’ve recorded. No Help Coming also continues Golightly’s longstanding tradition of putting her stamp on unexpected cover material, with personalized readings of country legend Bill Anderson’s “The Lord Knows We’re Drinking,” the mysterious Mr. Undertaker’s 1955 rhythm-and-blues cult classic “Here Lies My Love,” and Wendell Austin’s vintage psycho-country epic “L.S.D. Made a Wreck of Me.” The last tune features an appropriately impassioned lead vocal by Lawyer Dave.

Born in Kensington, London, in the same hospital that Jimi Hendrix died in, Holly Golightly grew up in a bohemian household, absorbing a musical diet of psychedelic rock and soul. Her performing debut came via her then-boyfriend Bruce Brand, drummer of the legendary Billy Childish-led combo Thee Headcoats. An impromptu guest spot singing with that band led to a long and productive run as a member of Thee Headcoats’ sister band, Thee Headcoatees, with whom she recorded.

In 1995, while still a member of Thee Headcoatees, Holly branched out into a solo career that quickly revealed a both a distinctive songwriting talent and a commanding stage presence. Her solo work also largely traded Thee Headcoatees’ three-chord girl-group garage rock for a rootsier approach drawing much of its inspiration from rural American styles. She’s been intensely prolific in the years since, releasing 20 solo albums as well as numerous singles and EPs for a variety of labels, including Damaged Goods, Kill Rock Stars, Super Electro and Sympathy for the Record Industry. She’s also recorded collaborations with the likes of the White Stripes, Mudhoney, the Greenhornes and Rocket from the Crypt.

In 2007, Holly teamed with Lawyer Dave to form Holly Golightly & the Brokeoffs. They purchased a parcel of rural land near Athens, Georgia, where they raise horses, dogs, chickens, geese and goats. Recording and performing as a duo, with Dave playing guitar with his hands and drums with his feet, they developed a loose, twangy sound that’s perfectly suited to their lyrical explorations of such quintessentially American themes as whiskey, religion and guns.

Holly Golightly & the Brokeoffs’ 2007 debut album You Can’t Buy a Gun When You’re Crying won considerable attention from critics and fans alike. The pair continued to expand their audience with 2008’s acclaimed Dirt Don’t Hurt, their first release on the Transdreamer label. It was followed by the similarly well-received EP Devil Do and album Medicine County, released in 2009 and 2010, respectively.

Now, No Help Coming adds a compelling new chapter to Holly Golightly’s massively influential body of work. “I think I’m still doing exactly what I’ve always done, in that I’ve managed to keep making music I like,” she observes. “Perhaps some people don’t stick at it for as long because they didn’t really like what they were doing in the first place. I think the trick is to just do what you like, and not aim to use every switch in the studio just because it’s there.”

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SPRING 2011 TOUR DATES

Fri., April 29  CHARLOTTE, NC Snug Harbor
Sat., April 30  CHAPEL HILL, NC Local 506
Sun., May 1  ARLINGTON, VA IOTA Club & Café
Tues., May 3  BALTIMORE, MD The Ottobar
Wed., May 4  PHILADELPHIA, PA M Room
Thurs., May 5  NEW YORK, NY The Mercury Lounge
Fri., May 6  BROOKLYN, NY Knitting Factory
Sat., May 7  CAMBRIDGE, MA Middle East Upstairs
Sun., May 8  NEW HAVEN CT Café Nine
Tues., May 10 BUFFALO, NY The Ninth Ward
Wed., May 11 CLEVELAND, OH Beachland Ballroom and Tavern
Fri., May 13  CHICAGO, IL Beat Kitchen
Sat., May 14  MINNEAPOLIS, MN 7th Street Entry
Sun., May 15  MILWAUKEE, WI Mad Planet
Tues., May 17  ST. LOUIS, MO The Firebird
Thurs., May 19  OKLAHOMA CITY, OK The Conservatory
Fri., May 20  AUSTIN, TX Emo’s Alternative Lounging (Indoor)
Mon., June 20  SEATTLE, WA The Funhouse
Tues., June 21  PORTLAND, OR Doug Fir Lounge
Thurs., June 23  SAN FRANCISCO, CA Bottom of the Hill
Fri., June 24  LOS ANGELES, CA The Hotel Cafe
Sat., June 25 SAN DIEGO, CA Soda Bar

Spring & Summer 2011 Steal Your Face Shows

Dynamic psychedelic jams, deep-funk grooves, tight emotional vocals, a little space and enough rocket fuel to get there and back - STEAL YOUR FACE is a high-energy band.  Born from the Spirit of Jerry Garcia, Steal Your Face blends thought provoking original music with the vast library of the Grateful Dead, Bob Dylan and other Classics.  Each Steal Your Face show is a unique experience, audiences are captivated as they and the band push each other to new heights and make music together. Five musicians with impressive chops who are constantly intertwining with each other and the audience,  Steal Your Face has a fresh sound that has the Woodstock generation reminiscing, the Bonnaroo kids screaming for more and everyone dancing.

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Tour Dates:

Grateful Deli Thursdays

Every Thursday 8:00pm-11:30pm
Please note: There will not be a show on March 24th & March 31st.
A new show every week!
Casino Deli & Restaurant (in the Banquet Room)
2425 Welsh Rd. NE Phila.
Philadelphia, PA 19114
215-676-0200
Friday March 4 9:00pm
The Temperance House
5 S. State St.
Newtown, PA 18940
215-860-9975
Saturday March 5
Private Party
Saturday March 12
“Steal Your Sushi”
FUJIYAMA – Japanese Hibachi Steak House and Sushi Bar
2412 Durham Rd (Durham Rd and New Falls Rd)
Bristol, PA 19007 (on the edge of Levittown)
ALL AGES
BYOB
$5 at door, $5 set ups (includes 2 sodas, glasses, ice)
10pm-??? (lockdown at 2am-we can continue to jam and party)
Special menu and special prices including Grateful Dead themed sushi rolls. Kitchen and sushi bar open all night.
Thursday March 24th
Rutgers University
Camden Campus Center
326 Penn St.
Camden, NJ 08102
7:00-11:30pm
Three Bands!
Steal Your Face-Grateful Dead Tribute
Highway 41-Allman Brothers Tribute
www.highway41music.com
The Bell Bottom Blues-Eric Clapton Tribute
Friday March 25th
Sweeney’s Saloon
10:00pm-2:00am
13639 Philmont Ave. at Bustleton Ave.
Phila. PA 19116
215-677-3177
Saturday April 9 9:00pm
The Temperance House
5 S. State St.
Newtown, PA 18940
215-860-9975
Friday, April 15 at 10:00pm + Saturday, April 16 at 10:00pm
Cashin’s Cobble Hill Inn
7432 US Rte. 9
Elizabethtown, NY
518-873-6809
www.CobbleHillInn.com
www.ElizabethtownChamber.com
Friday April 29 9:00pm
Black Horse Tavern Newtown
101 S. State Street Newtown, PA 18940
215-579-6152
Saturday April 30 9:00pm
The Temperance House
5 S. State St.
Newtown, PA 18940
215-860-9975
Saturday May 14 9:00pm
The Temperance House
5 S. State St.
Newtown, PA 18940
215-860-9975
Wednesday May 18th 8:00pm
Pennypack Park Music Festival
Welsh Rd. & Cresco St.
NE Phila.
6:30pm Father Judge Jazz Band
8:00-9:30 Steal Your Face
Bring your lawn chairs/blankets
Free Admission
http://www.pennypark.org/
Friday May 20 9:00pm
The Temperance House
5 S. State St.
Newtown, PA 18940
215-860-9975
Saturday May 21
Private Party
Friday June 3 9:00pm
Black Horse Tavern Newtown
101 S. State Street Newtown, PA 18940
215-579-6152
Saturday June 4th“Come by Land or Sea on the NE River”
Nauti-Goose Restaurant
200 West Cherry St.
North East, MD 21901
410-287-7880
www.nautigoosesaloon.com
Saturday June 18
“In and Out of the Garden We Go” Music Festival
Snipe’s Farm
890 West Bridge St.
Morrisville, PA 19067
For $15.00 Advance Tickets: garry@stealyourfaceband.com
www.musicatsnipesfarm.com
Friday June 24th & Saturday June 25th
StoneHenge Music Festival
Friendship Park
583 Strahan Rd.
New Columbia, PA 17856
www.stonehengemusic.org
Saturday, July 9th 9pm-1am
The Bone Yard Bar and Grill
20 S. Virginia Ave. (between Atlantic and Pacific Ave. by The Trump Taj Mahal)
Atlantic City, NJ 08401
609-348-3360
$5.00 cover
August 5th-7th
Overgrown Music and Arts Festival
Steal Your Face Headlines on August 6th
Mother Pickin’ Chickin’ Campground
Route19
Belmont, NY
$20.00 for the weekend
Advance tickets: garry@stealyourfaceband.com
Saturday, August 13th 9pm-1am
The Bone Yard Bar and Grill
20 S. Virginia Ave. (between Atlantic and Pacific Ave. by The Trump Taj Mahal)
Atlantic City, NJ 08401
609-348-3360
$5.00 cover