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Truth & Salvage Co. | Debut Album & Tour With Avett Bros.

TRUTH & SALVAGE CO. will release their debut studio album on May 25 through Silver Arrow/Megaforce Records. Produced by Chris Robinson, the self-titled 12 song collection is centered on the band's soaring four-part harmonies and Americana rock ethos. TRUTH & SALVAGE CO. developed much of the material while opening for The Black Crowes over the course of 2009. With four lead singer/songwriters each contributing to the effort, the tracks range from the clever lyrical style of "Old Piano," the epic bohemian rocker "Jump The Ship," to the band's staple set closer "Pure Mountain Angel."

The six musicians of TRUTH & SALVAGE CO. (vocalist/guitarist Scott Kinnebrew, vocalist/guitarist Tim Jones, vocalist/drummer Bill "Smitty" Smith, vocalist/keyboardist Walker Young, bassist Joe Edel and keyboardist Adam Grace) hail from diverse Southern and Midwestern backgrounds. Prior to their conception, the veteran members had been involved in well-regarded regional bands like Scrappy Hamilton and Old Pike, while performing with acts such as The Moldy Peaches, Ben Folds Five, Jack Johnson, and The Squirrel Nut Zippers, as well as members of My Morning Jacket and Rogue Wave.

All six musicians migrated to Los Angeles, meeting at Hollywood's famous Hotel Café where singer Tim Jones served as the venue's talent booker. First performing together during casual late-night jam sessions, they quickly discovered their chemistry was undeniable. It was on that very stage that TRUTH & SALVAGE CO. was born.

TRUTH & SALVAGE CO. return to Hotel Cafe every Friday night for a four week residency that runs through March 12. In April they'll join The Avett Brothers. Plans for an extended tour around the album's release will be announced shortly.

Daytrotter recently debuted 4 songs available for free:

TRUTH & SALVAGE CO. dates:

March 5 | Hotel Cafe | Los Angeles, CA
March 12 | Hotel Cafe | Los Angeles, CA
April 17 | The Fox Theatre | Oakland, CA*
April 18 | Grand Sierra Theatre | Reno, NV*
April 20 & 21 | Boulder Theater | Boulder, CO*
April 23 | Rialto Theater | Tucson, AZ*
April 24 | Mesa Arts Center | Mesa, AZ*
April 27 | Crest Theater | Sacramento, CA*
April 29 | House Of Blues | San Diego, CA*

*Opening for The Avett Brothers

The Barr Brothers To Tour With The Low Anthem

Brad and Andrew Barr, best known as founding members of revered rock bands The Slip and Surprise Me Mr. Davis, are adding a third act to their repertoire. In the long tradition of brothers who've assumed their surname as a moniker, The Barr Brothers introduce themselves with a string of West Coast and Canadian shows opening for The Low Anthem.

The seeds for The Barr Brothers were first sown five years ago when Brad and Andrew relocated to Montreal. Brad's apartment shared an adjoining wall with harpist Sarah Page. The two would hear each other practicing through the cracks. Sarah's gentle melodies began weaving their way into the music that Brad was writing. A friendship was struck and songs were born. This latest endeavor for Brad and Andrew finds them exploring sounds quieter and more ethereal than anything in their previous work. Final touches are currently being added to a debut recording that will be released later this year.

Brad and Andrew Barr remain equally committed to their other bands, as well. Plans will be announced in the coming weeks for Surprise Me Mr. Davis tour dates and EP release, while work is also underway on the next full-length studio album by The Slip.

Upcoming tour dates by The Barr Brothers are:

March 24 | Coronet @ Largo | Los Angeles, CA*
March 25 | Bootleg | Los Angeles, CA*
March 26 | Great American Music Hall | San Francisco, CA*
March 28 | Doug Fir Lounge | Portland, OR*
March 30 | St. James Hall | Vancouver, Canada*
March 31 | Crocodile Cafe | Seattle, WA*
April 10 | Church Of The Redeemer | Toronto, Canada*
April 12 | Eglise du Gesu | Montreal, Canada*
April 27 | The Saturn Bar | New Orleans, LA**

*w/ Low Anthem & Timbre Timbr

Local Natives Announce US Tour

Local Natives make soaring, sky-scraping harmonies, dreamy orchestral melodies, and throbbing tribal beats that bash their way into your soul. Theirs are songs you can dance to almost as well as you can swoon to them. Drawing a line from the vocal stylings of Crosby Stills Nash & Young and the Zombies through the more esoteric edges of post-punk and Afro-beat, this California five piece have communally crafted a brand of indie rock all their own.

For Local Natives everything is a collaboration, from song writing duties to the band’s self produced artwork. The three part harmonies come courtesy of keyboardist Kelcey Ayer, guitarists Ryan Hahn and Taylor Rice. Then there’s Matt Frazier on drums and Andy Hamm on bass, who look after the band’s equally impressive graphics and artwork.

One of SXSW 2009’s biggest success stories, the band drove for two days to get from Los Angeles to Austin in order to play nine spectacular shows that saw them sprinting, instruments in hand, from one gig to the next. Their hectic schedule paid off as Local Natives left Austin with the attention of the UK music Industry.

Based in the Silver Lake area of Los Angeles, three of the five-piece originally hail from Orange County. Kelcey, Ryan and Taylor attended neighboring high schools and hooked up with bassist Andy a year after they graduated, later meeting drummer Matt.  They’ve been playing – and evolving - together for three years. Last year, however, the band realized that the new songs they were writing were the sounds of a new project entirely.

It was in December 2008 that the band decamped to Silver Lake, where they all live in the same house.  But the Silver Lake digs isn’t the first house the band have shared. They lived together in Orange County too, in a place affectionately known as Gorilla Manor. “It was insanely messy and there were always friends over knocking around on guitars or our thrift store piano,” says Ryan, “it was an incredible experience and I’ll never forget that time.” The original Gorilla Manor, where the band wrote the majority of their record, had such an impact that the band has paid tribute to the house by naming their debut album in its honor.

The self-funded Gorilla Manor was recorded by Raymond Richards in West Los Angeles. Richards produced the record with Local Natives in his own Red  Rockets Glare Studio.

Featuring twelve sumptuous slices of dappled California sunlight and beguiling percussive rhythms, the album kicks off with the moody, driving, ‘Wide Eyes’. Says Ryan, “It’s about people’s obsession with the miraculous and disastrous…with witnessing extraordinary events”. The effervescent, mandolin boasting ‘Airplanes’ follows, which Kelcey explains is about “longing to have met my grandfather, a great man and pilot, who died before I was born.”  Also included is the glorious ‘Sun Hands’, which was released as a limited edition single on Chess Club back in July.  According to Taylor, the lyrics describe “that all too familiar feeling of wanting what you can’t have –  especially when you once had it.”  There’s a cover version in the mix too, a barely recognizable version of Talking Heads’ ‘Warning Sign’. “We’ve basically flipped the song on its head,” says Matt, explaining how they switched David Byrne’s original yelped vocals into a beautiful three-part harmony.

Local Natives US Tour

4/20 Tucson, AZ – Solar Culture
4/22 Dallas, TX – The Cavern
4/23 Austin, TX – Emo’s Inside
4/24 Houston, TX – Mango’s
4/26 Little Rock, AR – Sticky Fingerz Chicken Shack
4/27 Haittesburg, MS – Thirsty Hippo
4/29 St. Augustine, FL – Cafe 11
4/30 Nashville, TN – The Basement
5/1 Atlanta, GA – Masquerade
5/4 Chapel Hill, NC – Local 506
5/5 Washington, DC – DC 9
5/6 New York, NY – Bowery Ballroom
5/7 Philadelphia, PA – Kung Fu Necktie
5/8 Allston, MA – Great Scott
5/11 Cleveland, OH – Beachland Ballroom
5/12 Columbus, OH – The Basement
5/14 Chicago, IL – Schubas
5/15 Rock Island, IL - Rock Island Brewing Company
5/17 Minneapolis, MN – 400 Bar
5/18 Iowa City, IA – The Mill
5/19 Columbia, MO – Mojo’s
5/21 Denver, CO – Larimer Lounge
5/22 Salt Lake City, UT – Kilby Court
5/25 Spokane, WI – Empyrean
5/26 Boise, ID – Neurolux
5/27 Portland, OR – Mississippi Studios
5/28 Vancouver, BC – Media Club
5/30 Seattle, WA – Sasquatch

Groove Armada announces Tour Dates

Andy Cato and Tom Findlay, better known as Groove Armada, have announced a spring U.S. tour in support of Black Light, their sixth studio album releasing March 2 on Om Records. The tour will find them dropping by the U.S. for multiple dates in New York, California, and Florida, including appearances on Morning Becomes Electric and at the Ultra Music Festival in Miami. The highly anticipated Black Light sees the duo stepping in bold new directions and featuring an impressive list of guest artists, including silky smooth guest vocals from Roxy Music’s Bryan Ferry on the single “Shameless,” vocal turns from Kate Bush-evoking chanteuse SaintSaviour, and appearances on several tracks from Nick Littlemore of the Aussie electronic sensation Empire of the Sun.

Prolific remixer Classixx has produced a light and playful remix of Black Light highlight "Paper Romance," replacing the hard four-to-the-floor of the original track with bubbling synths, softly skittering drums, and delicate, swooning guitars that bring out the passionate vocal takes from SaintSavior and Fenech-Soler.  Download the remix here, and feel free to post and share!  In addition to Classixx, several tracks from the album have already been remixed by other such luminaries as Mock & Toof, Bloody Beetroots, and more, all currently available on iTunes. Keep an eye out for a remix from the always fun Dan Deacon!

In case you missed them the first time around, don’t forget to catch the videos for singles I Won’t Kneel, and Paper Romance here!  Don’t miss your chance to see this legendary duo live when they stop by the U.S. this spring!

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Groove Armada 2010 U.S. TOUR DATES:

03/18: San Francisco, CA @ The Fillmore
03/19: San Francisco, CA @ The Fillmore

03/20: San Bernardino, CA @ NOS Events Center  (DJ Set)
03/21: Los Angeles, CA @ Henry Fonda Theatre
03/22: Los Angeles, CA @ KCRW Morning Becomes Eclectic
03/24: New York, NY @ Webster Hall
03/26: Miami, FL @ Ultra Music Festival 

The Soft Pack Announce US Tour Dates

The Soft Pack is excited to announce a string of US dates to celebrate the release of their self-titled debut album, out February 2nd on Kemado Records. The mini-tour will see the band take the stage with Phoenix, throw an album release party in their hometown San Diego, play select record stores and travel to the East Coast for dates in New York City and Philadelphia. On Friday, February 12th, the band will make their US network television debut with a performance on the Late Show with David Letterman.
Most notably, the band is teaming up with FYF Fest and their infamous vegetable oil-fueled bus for a run 10-shows in Los Angeles on January 30th. The marathon tour will start at 10:30 am and wrap at approximately 1am, with stops including friend’s backyards, record stores, and the beaches of Los Angeles. Fans are invited to meet The Soft Pack at their first location and follow the bus to all ten stops or meet up with the caravan throughout the day.
While The Soft Pack’s debut record isn’t out until February 2nd, they already have critics raving and have been lauded as “ones to watch” in 2010 by the Los Angeles Times, SPIN, Paste, Q, NME and Mojo.
Tour Dates
1/23  Seattle, WA @ Sonic Boom (In-store, 1pm)
1/23  Seattle, WA @ Showbox (w. Phoenix)
1/24  Portland, OR @ Music Millennium (In-store, 2pm)
1/24  Portland, OR @ Crystal Ballroom (w. Phoenix)
1/26  San Francisco, CA @ The Fillmore (w. Phoenix)
1/27  Berekely, CA @ Amoebia Berkely (In-Store, 6pm)
1/28  San Francisco, CA @ Rickshaw Stop
1/30   Los Angeles, CA @ 10 Locations across the city
2/2  San Diego, CA @ The Tower * RECORD RELEASE PARTY!
2/4  Philadelphia, PA @ Reward * FREE SHOW / ALL AGES
2/5  New York, NY @ Cake Shop * FREE SHOW! / ALL AGES

Cursive to Support Alkaline Trio on Spring Tour Dates

Cursive will support Alkaline Trio on their upcoming spring tour dates, which will take the band across the country and back beginning February 16th at the Glass House in Pomona, CA, and wrapping up April 2nd at the House of Blues in Los Angeles, CA.

Since the release of their sixth studio album Mama, I'm Swollen on Saddle Creek Records last March, Cursive has crisscrossed the country multiple times as a headliner. The band - long known for their indefatigable touring schedule as well as their incendiary, cathartic live show - completed their most recent tour in mid-December. Cursive's shows throughout 2009 drew acclaim, with Indianapolis, IN's Nuvo Weekly remarking, "Opening with 'Bloody Murderer' from their breakthrough album The Ugly Organ, the five-piece slashed through a near-perfect set of songs from their last nine years of albums" and Melophobe declaring, "Cursive has proved that they are not only solid musicians, but incredible performers with a stamina that can be matched by few."

Cursive also released videos for three songs off of Mama, I'm Swollen over the past ten months: "From The Hips" (here); "I Couldn't Love You" (here); and "Let Me Up" (here). The band also made their much-deserved network television debut on the Late Show with David Letterman on March 13, 2009 (watch it here).

Cursive tour dates (all in support of Alkaline Trio):

FEB. 16 POMONA, CA GLASS HOUSE

FEB. 17 LOS ANGELES, CA HOUSE OF BLUES (SUNSET STRIP)

FEB. 18 SAN FRANCISCO, CA REGENCY BALLROOM

FEB. 19 PORTLAND, OR WONDER BALLROOM

FEB. 20 SEATTLE, WA NEUMO'S

FEB. 23 BOISE, ID KNITTING FACTORY

FEB. 24 SALT LAKE CITY, UT IN THE VENUE

FEB. 25 DENVER, CO GOTHIC THEATRE

FEB. 26 LAWRENCE, KS GRANADA THEATRE

FEB. 27 CHICAGO, IL METRO

FEB. 28 CHICAGO, IL METRO

MAR. 2 ROYAL OAK, MI ROYAL OAK MUSIC THEATRE

MAR. 3 COLUMBUS, OH NEWPORT MUSIC HALL

MAR. 4 CLEVELAND, OH HOUSE OF BLUES

MAR. 5 PITTSBURGH, PA CLUB ZOO

MAR. 6 TORONTO, ON PHOENIX CONCERT THEATRE

MAR. 8 CLIFTON PARK, NY NORTHERN LIGHTS

MAR. 9 HARTFORD, CT WEBSTER THEATRE

MAR. 11 PHILADELPHIA, PA TROCADERO

MAR. 12 NEW YORK, NY NOKIA THEATRE

MAR. 13 SAYREVILLE, NJ STARLAND BALLROOM

MAR. 14 PROVIDENCE, RI LUPO'S HEARTBREAK HOTEL

MAR. 16 TOWSON, MD RECHER THEATRE

MAR. 17 CHARLOTTE, NC AMOS' SOUTHEND

MAR. 18 CHARLESTON, SC MUSIC FARM

MAR. 19 ATLANTA, GA MASQUERADE

MAR. 20 JACKSONVILLE, FL FREEBIRD LIVE

MAR. 22 ORLANDO, FL HOUSE OF BLUES

MAR. 23 FT. LAUDERDALE, FL REVOLUTION

MAR. 25 NEW ORLEANS, LA HOUSE OF BLUES

MAR. 26 HOUSTON, TX WAREHOUSE LIVE

MAR. 27 DALLAS, TX PALLADIUM BALLROOM

MAR. 28 AUSTIN, TX EMO'S

MAR. 30 TEMPE, AZ THE MARQUEE

APR. 1 SAN DIEGO, CA HOUSE OF BLUES

APR. 2 LOS ANGELES, CA HOUSE OF BLUES (SUNSET STRIP)

Los Lobos to Perform at The White House

"In Performance at the White House: Fiesta Latina" is a concert hosted by the President and Mrs. Obama on the South Lawn of the White House that will be broadcast by PBS.  The sixty-minute program, to be taped live by WETA Washington, D.C., on October 13, will celebrate Hispanic musical heritage and airs on the final day of National Hispanic Heritage Month, October 15, 2009 at 8 p.m. ET, on PBS stations nationwide.  (Check local listings.)  It will also be broadcast on Telemundo, the American Spanish-language television network, on Sunday, October 18 at 6 p.m. ET, and on V-me, the national Spanish language network partnered with public television, on Friday, December 25.  The program, part of the WETA "In Performance at the White House" series, will include Chicano rock band Los Lobos, Marc Anthony, Jimmy Smits, Pete Escovedo, Gloria Estefan, José Feliciano, George Lopez, Thalía, Tito "El Bambino", and the Bachata music group Aventura, with Sheila E. leading the house band.  Further talent information may be announced in the coming days.

"In Performance at the White House" has been produced by WETA since 1978 and spans every administration since President Carter's.  The series began with an East Room recital by the legendary pianist Vladimir Horowitz.  Since then, "In Performance at the White House" has embraced virtually every genre of American performance: pop, country, gospel, jazz, blues, theatre and dance among them.  The series was created to showcase the rich fabric of American culture in the setting of the nation's most famous home.

The evening concert will be streamed live by the White House on www.WhiteHouse.gov and available to stream on the series website on pbs.org after the broadcast.

THE ROXY IN LOS ANGELES CELEBRATES 35TH ANNIVERSARY

Zappa plays Zappa - photos by A. Bell- for the Grateful Web

Los Angeles' THE ROXY THEATRE first opened its doors in the late fall of 1973.  35 years later, the legendary venue marks this significant milestone as one of America's longest-running independently owned and operated establishments with two monumental shows highlighting its rich musical history: Zappa Plays Zappa December 10, 11, 12 and 13 and a New Years Eve performance by The Wailers.

In December, the spirit of Frank Zappa—who along with the Mothers recorded numerous live tracks of Roxy & Elswhere in 1973 and 1974—returns to THE ROXY with a four-night run of Zappa Plays Zappa.  Led by Frank's son Dweezil Zappa, the band will perform various compositions the musical icon wrote from the 1960's through the 1980's.

THE ROXY's anniversary celebrations will culminate with the greatest living exponents of Jamaica's reggae tradition - The Wailers - on New Year's Eve.  At this show presented by Indie 103.1, they will perform in its entirety Exodus - the album TIME magazine called "Album of the Century" in 1999 - among other hits.   Bob Marley & The Wailers first appeared at THE ROXY in the spring of 1976 where they recorded the seminal live album, Live At The Roxy.

Today the venue is helmed by Nic Adler, son of legendary producer Lou Adler (Monterey International Pop Festival, The Rocky Horror Show, Jan and Dean, Johnny Rivers, The Mamas and The Papas, Spirit, Carole King, Cheech and Chong), who along with Elmer Valentine launched THE ROXY onto the forefront of the American musical landscape.  It remains one of the most prominent independently owned venues in Los Angeles.  The history of THE ROXY is paved with icons, whether it was pre-stardom shows from yet to be famous acts like David Bowie, Bruce Springsteen, Guns N' Roses, Foo Fighters, Gnarls Barkley, Amy Winehouse and the Pussycat Dolls, the setting for landmark "Live At The Roxy" recordings by Bob Marley & The Wailers, Brian Wilson and Social Distortion, or the designated party destination for John Lennon, John Belushi and any music-savvy celebrity today.   Even up to now, with recent shows with Nas, Samantha Ronson and teen sensation Demi Lovato, THE ROXY's patrons are always privy to the best in what is the best in music today. Three decades on, the club has also been a popular performance mecca for other entertainment including stage productions, comedy shows and performance art.

Upcoming shows at THE ROXY THEATRE include:

11/15/08       KROQ Locals Only Presents B Foundation with The Pricks, Dirty Heads, Meet Me At The Pub, Ballyhoo!

11/16/08       KCRW Presents Mexican Institute of Sound, Volumen Cero

11/18/08       KROQ & LA Weekly Present Guns N Roses Chinese Democracy Album Listening Event

11/19/08       Elisa, Ari Hest, Sara Haze

11/20/08       Monte Negro, Pilar Diaz, Beatmo

11/21/08       KCRW Presents Little Dragon, DJ Jason Bentley, Anomie Bell

11/22/08       3rd Annual Almost Acoustic Cursemas - Benefit show with The Curse (tribute to The Cure) and Special Guests.

11/24/08       KIIS FM Presents Shwayze, Cisco Adler, Skeet Skeet with special guest Krista

11/26/08       HARD Presents Turkey Soup, Guns N Bombs, Don Rimini, Aaron Lacrate, Destructo, Good and Plenty

11/28/08       KROQ Presents After Midnight Project, Vogue in Movement, Astronaut On Vacation, Wicker

12/4/08        SHP Presents EEK-A-MOUSE

12/6/08        Ours, Plain Jane Automobile, Everything is Energy

12/10/08       Livenation Presents Zappa Plays Zappa

12/11/08       Livenation Presents Zappa Plays Zappa

12/12/08       Livenation Presents Zappa Plays Zappa

12/13/08       Livenation Presents Zappa Plays Zappa

12/14/08       Livenation presents Nat and Alex Wolff "Fully Clothed Tour" with Savannah Outen

12/15/08       Brendan James, John West, Jay Nash

12/18/08       LMFAO

12/19/08       The Duke Spirit

12/21/08       Steve Lukather and very special guests. Benefiting the Casey Lee Ball Foundation

12/31/08       Indie 103.1 presents The Wailers, Tomorrow's Bad Seeds

1/3/09         Painted Turtle Benefit with Chenga Verrinches, Orgullo Cafe, 420, Vivrnes 13, Echo Lekua

1/10/09        Rufus

1/11/09        Wagatail Presents Rebirth Brass Band

1/17/09        KROQ Presents Unwritten Law

1/23/09        The Head Cat, Miss Derringer, Ricky Warwick

2/4/09         An evening with Al DiMeola's World Sinfonia Tour

2/12/09        Funeral For a Friend, The Sleeping, Emarosa, This Is Hell

Los Lobos Announces Summer Tour

Los Lobos on tour this summer- for the Grateful Web

Latin rock fans nationwide are in store for a special treat with this summer's The Brotherhood Tour.  Hosted by Los Lonely Boys who are joined by co-headliners Los Lobos, The Brotherhood Tour will stop in cities across the United States to bring that special Latin flavor for which they are both renowned.

Since they began as Los Lobos Del Este Los Angeles in 1973, Los Lobos has evolved into a respected artistic entity using eclectic musical molds built on the blues, rockabilly, jazz, Latin and their own Mexican-American heritage.  Critically acclaimed Los Lobos has thrived for more than three decades.  In that time, they have released over 15 albums, won the Best American/Mexican Grammy for Anselma in 1984, and in 1987 their cover of "La Bamba" shot straight to #1 on the Billboard Singles chart where it remained for three weeks.

In September 2006, Los Lobos released The Town and the City to much critical acclaim. The album's lyrics deal with vocalist/guitarist/drummer Louis Perez's childhood in East Los Angeles while the music portrays complex and original soundscapes. "Nearly three decades in, Los Lobos have yet to make a bad record," said the Chicago Reader and Rolling Stone Magazine asserts that, "With the exception of U2, no other band has stayed on top of its game as long as Los Lobos."

Since their worldwide breakout three years ago, Texican trio Los Lonely Boys - brothers Henry, JoJo and Ringo Garza - have achieved multi-platinum album sales, a Grammy Award (their monster hit "Heaven" won Best Pop Performance by a Duo or Group in 2005), and widespread acclaim from critics, fans and other musicians.  In 2007, Los Lonely Boys participated in Amnesty International's "Make Some Noise" project. Their cover of John Lennon's "Whatever Gets You thru the Night" is the second single from the charity album Instant Karma: The Amnesty International Campaign to Save Darfur.  Look for The Boys' third album, Forgiven, to hit streets on July 1st.

Current confirmed Los Lobos tour dates are as follows:
June 21 Saskatchewan Jazz Festival Saskatoon, Saskatchewan CANADA
June 28 Kate Wolf Memorial Music Fest Laytonville CA
July 04 Waterfront Independence Fest Louisville KY
July 05 Alameda County Fair Pleasanton CA
July 06 Marin County Fair San Rafael CA
July 10 Party in the Park Rochester NY
July 11 Town Center Park at Meadowbrook Hamden CT
July 12 The Mahaiwe Theatre Great Barrington MA
July 18 Oregon Zoo Amphitheatre Portland OR - Brotherhood Tour with Los Lonely Boys
July 19 Marymoor Amphitheater Redmond WA - Brotherhood Tour with Los Lonely Boys
July 20 Cuthbert Amphitheatre Eugene OR - Brotherhood Tour with Los Lonely Boys
July 22 Mountain Winery Saratoga CA - Brotherhood Tour with Los Lonely Boys
July 25 Greek Theatre Los Angeles CA - Brotherhood Tour with Los Lonely Boys
July 26 Concerts in the Park Alpine CA - Brotherhood Tour with Los Lonely Boys
July 27 Anselmo Valencia Amphitheatre Tucson AZ - Brotherhood Tour with Los Lonely Boys
July 29 Sandia Casino Albuquerque NM - Brotherhood Tour with Los Lonely Boys
July 30 Red Butte Garden Amphitheater Salt Lake City UT - Brotherhood Tour with Los Lonely Boys
July 31 World Arena Colorado Springs CO - Brotherhood Tour with Los Lonely Boys
August 01 Fillmore Auditorium Denver CO - Brotherhood Tour with Los Lonely Boys
August 02 Harrah's Casino Council Bluffs IA - Brotherhood Tour with Los Lonely Boys
August 04-05 Music in the Zoo Apple Valley MN - Brotherhood Tour with Los Lonely Boys
August 07 Frederik Meijer Gardens Grand Rapids MI - Brotherhood Tour with Los Lonely Boys
August 08 Ravinia Festival (Pavilion) Highland IL - Brotherhood Tour with Los Lonely Boys
August 09 Egyptian Room at Murat Centre Indianapolis IN - Brotherhood Tour with Los Lonely Boys
August 10 Meadow Brook Music Festival Rochester Hills MI - Brotherhood Tour with Los Lonely Boys
August 12 The Filene Center Vienna VA - Brotherhood Tour with Los Lonely Boys
August 14 Central Park Summerstage New York NY - Brotherhood Tour with Los Lonely Boys
August 29 Harley Davidson 105th Anniversary at Cutler Park Waukesha WI
August 30 American Music Festival Virginia Beach VA
September 01 Texas Music Festival Houston TX
October 05-12 Rhythm & Blues Cruise Pacific San Diego CA
October 25 Bloomington Center for Performing Arts Bloomington IL
November 08-09 Walt Disney World Resort Orlando FL
December 07 Lancaster Performing Arts Center Lancaster CA