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Video Premiere | YELLOWBIRDS "The Rest Of My Life"

Yellowbirds is the moniker for the latest musical exploits of Sam Cohen--guitarist/songwriter/vocalist in the psychedelic collective Apollo Sunshine. Cohen grew up in Houston, Texas, and while the Texas of his teens may have been home to Big Oil, Enron, the Bush family, and the drab grey Astros jerseys of the 90s, he prefers to think of it as the Texas of yore, home to: Roy Orbison, Buddy Holly, the Space Program, and rainbow orange Astros jerseys.  It stands to reason, then, that his current home of New York City must be the mythical Empire City: Rocky Mountains of architecture, epicenter of modern art, home to Charles Mingus and The Velvet Underground.

It was with these timeless inspirations in mind that Sam Cohen created Yellowbirds’ The Color, out now on Brooklyn label, Royal Potato Family. Double-speed auto-harp glissandos, glowing backwards pedal steel, bubbling echo and fuzz guitars coalesce into a warm wall of sound.  As existential lyrical themes emerge, delivered over psyched-out aural landscapes, the picture emerges of a dust-blown, 4th dimensional Future West.  This is Cohen's quixotic world where "only the purist tones can be heard."

Yellowbirds' new stop-motion, collage-animation video for the song "The Rest Of My Life" was crafted by Sam Cohen from nearly 3000 still photos assembled into collages and animated by hand.  Between exploring images, cutting and compiling, creating the scenes and editing the footage, the project took ten weeks to complete.

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Upcoming Performances…

March 15 | WFPK | Louisville, KY (live radio broadcast)
March 15 | Ear-Xtacy | Louisville, KY (in-store performance)
March 15 | The Rudyard Kipling | Louisville, KY
March 19 | The Snack Bar | Austin, TX (4pm)
March 19 | Blue Starlite Mini Urban Drive-In | Austin, TX (7pm)
March 19 | Black & Tan (official SXSW showcase) | Austin, TX (11:30pm)
March 29 | Public Assembly | Brooklyn, NY
March 30 | WNYC Soundcheck | New York, NY (live radio broadcast)
March 30 | Maxwell's | Hoboken, NJ
April 7 | The Arts Block | Greenfield, MA
April 8 | Bridge Street Live | Collinsville, CT
April 9 | Southpaw | Brooklyn, NY
April 17 | Cactus Records | Houston, TX (in-store performance)
April 30 | Market Market | Rosendale, NY

National Jazz Museum in Harlem March 7 - March 13, 2011

Upcoming events at the National Jazz Museum in Harlem for this week include:

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National Jazz Museum in Harlem

March 7 - March 13, 2011

Schedule

Monday, March 7, 2011

Jazz for Curious Readers

Ethel Waters: His Eye Is On The Sparrow, a celebration
Host: Father Peter J. O’Brien

7:00 – 8:30pm
Location: NJMH Visitors Center
(104 E. 126th Street, Suite 2C)
FREE | For more information: 212-348-8300

His Eye Is On The Sparrow is rightfully acclaimed as one of the greatest autobiographies by an American female singer; with the able assistance of noted journalist andbiographer Charles Samuels, Ethel Water's life and career journey is captured there in all of its joy, sorrow, bitterness, forgiveness, and spirit of perseverance no matter what she faced.

Tonight we celebrate the book and remember the bright star that was Ethel Waters.

Tuesday, March 8, 2011

Jazz for Curious Listeners

FILM SHOW: Sing Me A Swing Song: Great Jazz Vocalists – Ethel Waters

Host: Father Peter J. O’Brien

7:00 – 8:30pm
Location: Maysles Cinema - 343 Lenox Avenue between 127th & 128th Street
DONATION SUGGESTED| For more information: 212-348-8300

Vocalist and actress Ethel Waters (1896-1977) was a key figure in the development of African American culture between the two world wars. She broke barrier after barrier, becoming the first black woman heard on the radio, the first black singer to perform on television, the first African American to perform in an integrated cast on Broadway, and the first black woman to perform in a lead dramatic role on Broadway. As a singer Waters introduced over 50 songs that became hits, including standards of the magnitude of "St. Louis Blues" and "Stormy Weather." Her jazzy yet controlled vocal style influenced a generation of vocalists, black and white, and her career, encompassing stage, song, and screen, flowered several times in comebacks after tumbling to lowpoints.

See Ethel Waters perform on film andearn about the rise and fall and rise again of a great American artist of song, and hear recordings that document the sound and style that made Ethel Waters such an influence.

Mayan Holidaze returns in 2012, @ the Mayan Riviera

Cloud 9 Adventures today announces the Mayan Holidaze 2012 – an unparalleled four-night destination music event featuring Umphrey’s McGee, The Disco Biscuits, and STS9, with additional performers still to be announced. Set for January 26-30, 2012 at the Now Sapphire Resort & Spa in Mexico’s Mayan Riviera, Mayan Holidaze is the newest event in the Cloud 9 Family, who also produces Jam Cruise and Caribbean Holidaze.

Praised by fans and media alike for the intimate performances and plethora of activities, the beautiful Mayan Riviera location, and the top-notch resort amenities, Relix Magazine reviewed of Mayan Holidaze’s inaugural year:

“Could 9 Adventures has created an unparalleled experience that seems to transcend anything else like it. The reason for this is simple: there actually is nothing else like it.”

The beautiful locale and luxurious accommodations at the Now Sapphire Resort & Spa certainly help to complete the Mayan Holidaze experience. Located in the small fishing town of Puerto Morelos, 15 minutes south of Cancun in the Mayan Riviera, the Now Sapphire is a first-class, all-inclusive resort that boasts spacious suites, an incredible on-site spa, gourmet restaurants, beachfront palapas, poolfront Bali beds, and of course, stunning ocean views. Mayan Holidaze offers music fans a genuine luxury vacation featuring days relaxing on the beach with friends and nights listening to their favorite bands perform in paradise.

Event details are as follows:

As a courtesy, Holidaze guests from past events will be eligible for an exclusive presale to be held on March 15 and 16. All remaining rooms will go on sale to the general public on March 17th at 12pm Eastern at www.mayanholidaze.com.

Only 400 rooms total will be available. Tropical View rooms start at $999 per person and Oceanfront rooms start at $1399 per person. A limited number of rooms are available for families who wish to bring their children, with a complete Kid’s program offered by the resort.

Look for announcements coming soon including special guests, poolside sets, artist hosted activities and more!

Mayan Holidaze is presented by Cloud 9 Adventures

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

The Dead Kenny Gs Announce 'Operation Long Leash'

Combustible punk jazz trio, The Dead Kenny Gs, featuring saxophonist Skerik, bassist Brad Houser and drummer/percussionist/vibraphonist Mike Dillon, have announced the release of Operation Long Leash due March 15 on Royal Potato Family. Recorded in December at Stone Gossard's Studio Litho in Seattle with engineer Randall Dunn (Cave Singers, Black Mountain, Boris), the band conceived the majority of the material while on the road last summer with Primus, Gogol Bordello and Garage A Trois. The release of Operation Long Leash is surrounded by a 15-date tour that begins in New Orleans and heads north up the East Coast.

If the moniker Dead Kenny Gs doesn’t say it all at first glance, an initial listen to the latest album quickly makes their intentions clear. The trio is committed to musical subversion of the highest order. Exploring a muso obsession of musical styles and sonic colors, The Dead Kenny Gs have both the courage and the chops to realize their wildest aural fantasies. One moment they draw inspiration from punk legends The Minutemen, while the next finds them embracing the spirit of jazz giant Rahsaan Roland Kirk, and still another the influence of indie rock progenitors Deerhoof; yet always remaining purely DKGs. It’s not just music informing the band’s voice either, but an obsession with political conspiracy in American history. The album’s title, Operation Long Leash, comes from the clandestine CIA operation in the late ‘40s to fund Abstract Expressionism as a means for Western culture to undermine the conformist ideals of the Soviet Union during the early years of the Cold War.

Operation Long Leash opens with the sprawling instrumental art rock "Devil's Playground" followed by the skewed go-go funk of "Black Truman (Harry The Hottentot)," featuring special guest Charlie Hunter on guitar. Over the course of the album's ten tracks, they'll blast through avant instrumental punk rockers spiked with Balkan and Klezmer music like "Melvin Jones" and "Sweatbox." The experimental doom metal dirge "Black Death" includes a cathartic lyrical onslaught from Mike D. that turns his past struggles with heroin into a metaphor for the Gulf Coast oil spill and the United States' addiction to oil. In the hands of these three musicians, the disparate  elements coalesce into a complete vision, fearless in its creation and explosive upon arrival. In the words of Skerik: "Dead Kenny Gs is what happens when people listen to Bad Brains and Art Ensemble of Chicago, Sunn O))) and Milt Jackson, Dead Kennedys and John Coltrane, Melt Banana and Fela Kuti."

Listen to "Devil's Playground"

Listen to "Black Truman (Harry The Hottentot)"

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Tour Dates:

March 4 | D.B.A. | New Orleans, LA
March 5 | Donna's | New Orleans, LA
March 7 | Engine Room | Tallahassee, FL
March 8 | Pour House | Charleston, SC
March 9 | Five Spot | Atlanta, GA
March 10 | Mo Daddy’s | Asheville, NC
March 11 | Cosmic Charlie's | Lexington, KY
March 12 | Rex Theater | Pittsburgh, PA
March 13 | Beachland Tavern | Cleveland, OH
March 14 | Bullfrog Brewery | Williamsport, PA
March 16 | The Dover Brick House | Dover, NH
March 17 | Brooklyn Bowl | New York, NY
March 18 | North Star | Philadelphia, PA
March 19 | The Jewish Mother | Norfolk, VA
March 20 | Martin's Downtown | Roanoke, VA

The Concretes Currently Touring the West Coast!

Sweden's preeminent dreamy indie-pop ensemble The Concretes is currently in the midst of the West Coast leg of their first U.S. tour in four years, and now they'd like to share a new music video for WYWH’s “Crack In The Paint.” The band is on the road with MillionYoung, which still has them passing through Sacramento, Los Angeles, San Diego & more.

WYWH sees The Concretes in their new incarnation- former drummer Lisa Milberg has stepped out from behind the kit to take over lead vocals after the departure of Victoria Bergsman. The album has a dreamy, ethereal disco tinge, and features less guitar, more keyboards, bass, and deep grooves, while maintaining the irresistable melodies that give The Concretes the sound that they’ve come to define.

Check Out the New Music Video for WYWH's “Crack In The Paint” HERE!

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Upcoming North American Tour Dates

March 3 – Sacamento, CA @ Blue Note
March 4 - Los Angeles, CA @ Troubadour
March 5 – San Diego, CA @ Casbah
March 9 – Goleta, CA – Mercury Lounge
March 10 – Pomona, CA – The Glass House

Zero @ Great American Music Hall | 3/4 & 3/5

For the first time in nearly 20 years, ZERO returns to the Great American Music Hall for a two-night special event: March 4th and 5th. Almost two decades ago, the quintessential Bay Area band recorded 'Chance in a Million' at the historic venue.

The band reunites to commemorate the music and to benefit band mate, Judge Murphy, who is battling liver cancer, awaiting transplant.  Tickets on sale now and selling fast. Thanks for supporting the cause to benefit a brother.

ABSOLUTE ZERO

Recorded at Avatar Studio in Santa Rosa, California in the early eighties, the studio recording Absolute Zero marks the inception of the ZERO instrumental repertoire.

Featuring Steve Kimock on guitar and bass and Greg Anton on drums and keys, this 80's recording is being released for the first time, available exclusively at the upcoming ZERO shows.

Featuring such songs as Tear Tags Off Mattresses, Severe Tire Damage and Theme From Nancy Germany, this 5-song EP will surely delight any ZERO fan. The album will be officially released after the GAMH shows.

KIMOCK'S SPRING NEW YORK CITY RESIDENCY

Steve Kimock has confirmed a three-week spring residency at Sullivan Hall in NYC on Wednesday, March 23th, March 30th and April 6th.

Kimock's NYC residency will have a very different musical feel & flavor each week, with some of the best musicians based in New York City and beyond joining him such as Henry Butler, Adam Deitch, Marco Benevento, Andy Hess, John Molo, Pete Sears, Marc Friedman and more! Expect some legendary collaborations...hope to see you there.

For line-ups and more info visit www.kimock.com

LATEST BRITISH EXPORT LEE MACDOUGALL TO HIT THE ROAD IN U.S.

British singer-songwriter Lee MacDougall is the latest artist to emerge from open mic night circuit in London that has become a hotbed for new acoustic artists. He is slowly building an international fan base due to his knack for coupling a strong lyrical narrative with a memorable melody, and on the strength of his songwriting, he has earned support slots opening for artists such as Train, Starsailor, Paolo Nutini, The Feeling, Bob Dylan and Van Morrison. To capitalize on the growing buzz, he will embark on his first U.S. tour, beginning this week, which will include his SxSW debut. He will appear at the Larimer Lounge in Denver on Thursday, March 24.

MacDougall’s self-produced CD of original material called IF WALLS COULD TALK will be available to coincide with his U.S. dates. Additionally, he has three songs available for download via iTunes, including a version of his tune “She” that was produced by Jim Lowe (Stereophonics, Taylor Swift, Charlatans).

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For his U.S. tour dates, he will be accompanied by Rob Hargreaves on guitar and backing vocals.  His tour dates are as follows:

February 25—Bitter End, New York City; 28—Club Passim, Boston; March 2—North Star Bar, Philadelphia; 5—James Joyce Pub, Durham, NC; 8—“Live at 9,” WREG-TV, Memphis; 9—3rd & Lindsley, Nashville; 10—Zanzabar, Louisville; 11—Cicero’s, St. Louis; 15—Poor David’s Pub, Dallas; 16—Hideaway on Dunvale, Houston; 17-19-SxSW, Austin (specific venues to be announced shortly); 22—Record Bar, Kansas City; 24—Larimer Lounge, Denver; 26—The Beat Coffeehouse & Records, Las Vegas; 29—Dizzy’s, San Diego; 31—Hotel Café, Los Angeles;  April 7—Tonic Lounge, Portland, 8—El Corazon, Seattle; 10—Backstage Lounge, Vancouver; 13—Sauce Spirits and Soundbar, Minneapolis; 14—Double Door, Chicago; 15—House Café, DeKalb, IL; 20—Hard Rock Café, Pittsburgh; 21—Valentines, Albany; 22—Bitter End, New York City; and 23—World Café Live at The Queen, Wilmington, DE.

Girl Talk Co-Headlines Governors Ball Music Festival

After spending his first two weeks in Pittsburgh since 2011 began, Gregg Gillis (aka Girl Talk) is hitting the road again this week continuing his 40+ city tour of North America in support of his new album, All Day. Following 22 sold out shows on the first leg of the tour, the second run kicks off this Thursday, February 24th at Terminal 5. Since the initial tour announcement, second Girl Talk shows have been added in Chicago, Minneapolis, Seattle, Denver, and Los Angeles.

Those not able to catch Girl Talk in NY this week will have ample opportunity to see him this summer as he’ll be co-headlining the Governors Ball Music Festival on Saturday, June 18th! Before making his way back to New York, he’ll play select cities in the Southeast, plus make appearances at Summercamp and Bonnaroo. A full schedule of Girl Talk tour dates is below.

The 2011 mtvU Woodie Awards has recognized all that Girl Talk puts into his live shows! They’ve nominated him for a Performing Woodie! Vote here!

Girl Talk’s All Day is available for free download here.

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GIRL TALK TOUR DATES:

All March dates with Max Tundra and Junk Culture

Thu. Feb. 24 -- New York, NY @ Terminal 5

Fri. Feb. 25 -- Providence, RI @ Lupo's

Sat. Feb. 26 -- Boston, MA @ House of Blues Boston

Mon. Feb. 28 -- Portland, ME @ State Theatre

Tue. March 1 -- Montreal, PQ @ Metropolis

Thu. March 3 -- Plymouth, MI @ Compuware Sports Arena

Fri. March 4 -- Chicago, IL @ Congress Theater
Sat. March 5 -- Chicago, IL @ Congress Theater

Mon. March 7 -- Madison, WI @ Alliant Energy Center (MOVED TO NEW VENUE)

Tue. March 8 -- Minneapolis, MN @ First Avenue

Wed. March 9 -- Minneapolis, MN @ First Avenue

Fri. March 11 -- Denver, CO @ Ogden Theatre

Sat. March 12 -- Denver, CO @ Ogden Theatre

Mon. March 14 -- Missoula, MT @ The Wilma Theatre

Tue. March 15 -- Seattle, WA @ Showbox

Wed. March 16 -- Seattle, WA @ Showbox

Thu. March 17 -- Portland, OR @ Roseland Theater

Fri. March 18 -- Oakland, CA @ Fox Theater

Sat. March 19 -- Pomona, CA @ Fox Theater

Mon. March 21 -- Los Angeles, CA @ Hollywood Palladium

Tue. March 22 -- San Diego, CA @ Soma

Wed. March 23 -- Tempe, AZ @ Marquee Theatre

Fri. March 25 -- Las Vegas, NV @ The Pool at The Cosmopolitan

Sat. March 26 -- Los Angeles, CA @ Hollywood Palladium ***

Sat. April 23 – Urbana, IL @ Canopy Club ***

Wed. May 18 – St. Petersburg, FL @ Janus Live ***

Thu. May 19 – Miami, FL @ Fillmore ***

Sat. May 21 – Orlando, FL @ House of Blues ***

Sun. May 22 – Gulf Shores, AL @ Hangout Beach ***

Tue. May 24 – Oxford, MS @ The Lyric ***

Sat. May 28 – Chilicothe, IL @ Summercamp ***

Sun. May 29 – Thornville, OH @ Hookahville Fest ***

Thu. June 9 – Sun. June 12 – Manchester, TN @ Bonnaroo Music Festival ***

Sat. June 18 – New York, NY @ Governors Ball Music Festival ***

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

Fri. July 8 – Toronto, ON @ Sound Academy ***

Sun. July 10 -- Quebec City, QC @ Quebec City Jazz Fest ***

Sat. July 30 – Lake Tahoe, CA @ Wanderlust Music Festival ***

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The Felice Brothers Sign To Fat Possum Records

The Felice Brothers announced today that they have signed with Fat Possum Records, home of Andrew Bird, The Walkmen, and Wavves, among many others. The band will release their fifth full-length album and Fat Possum debut later this spring. More news on the upcoming album will be confirmed shortly.

Last week, The Felice Brothers announced new headlining tour dates in the US, Australia, and New Zealand. Before heading out on the six-week international tour, the Palenville, NY-based band will perform during SXSW in Austin, TX, on March 19th at Auditorium Shores alongside Bright Eyes, Wavves, Man Man, and Middle Brother. The first leg of the US tour begins March 25th in Oneonta, NY, and wraps up April 16th at Coachella in Indio, CA, where The Felice Brothers will make their debut performance at the festival. The second half of the tour will begin April 28th in San Francisco, CA, and currently continues through May 6th in Chicago, IL. The band will also travel for the first time to Australia and New Zealand from April 20th through 24th. Tickets to the US shows are currently on sale; for more information, please visit www.thefelicebrothers.com. More US tour dates will be confirmed in the coming weeks.

The Felice Brothers are: Ian Felice, James Felice, Christmas, Greg Farley, and David Turbeville. The band's fourth album, Yonder Is The Clock, was released in April 2009.

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The Felice Brothers on tour:

MARCH 19 AUSTIN, TX AUDITORIUM SHORES (SXSW)

MARCH 25 ONEONTA, NY ONEONTA THEATER*

MARCH 26 HUDSON, NY HELSINKI ON THE HUDSON*

MARCH 27 HOBOKEN, NJ MAXWELL'S*

MARCH 30 PHILADELPHIA, PA FIRST UNITARIAN CHURCH*

MARCH 31 WASHINGTON, DC ROCK AND ROLL HOTEL*

APRIL 1 HUNTINGTON, WV V CLUB*

APRIL 2 LEXINGTON, KY BUSTER'S BILLIARDS & BACKROOM*

APRIL 3 KNOXVILLE, TN RHYTHM 'N BLOOMS

(Dogwood Arts Festival)

APRIL 5 CHARLOTTE, NC VISUALITE THEATER*

APRIL 6 ATHENS, GA 40 WATT CLUB*

APRIL 7 NASHVILLE, TN EXIT/IN*

APRIL 8 BIRMINGHAM, AL THE BOTTLETREE*

APRIL 9 MEMPHIS, TN HI-TONE CAFÉ*

APRIL 10 DALLAS, TX THE LOFT*

APRIL 12 LUBBOCK, TX BLUE LIGHT*

APRIL 13 SANTA FE, NM CORAZON*

APRIL 16 INDIO, CA COACHELLA

APRIL 20 SYDNEY, AUS ANNANDALE HOTEL

APRIL 21 MELBOURNE, AUS THE PRINCE

APRIL 22 MELBOURNE, AUS BOOGIE FEST

APRIL 23 MEENYAN, AUS TOWN HALL

APRIL 24 AUCKLAND, NZL GRASSROOTS FESTIVAL

APRIL 28 SAN FRANCISCO, CA GREAT AMERICAN MUSIC HALL**

APRIL 29 PORTLAND, OR MISSISSIPPI STUDIOS**

APRIL 30 SEATTLE, WA TRACTOR TAVERN**

MAY 2 SALT LAKE CITY, UT URBAN LOUNGE**

MAY 3 DENVER, CO HI DIVE#

MAY 4 OMAHA, NE THE WAITING ROOM#

MAY 6 CHICAGO, IL LINCOLN HALL#

* Diamond Doves supporting

** You Are Plural supporting

# Shovels And Rope supporting