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My Morning Jacket Take Over YouTube’s Homepage

Louisville, Kentucky’s My Morning Jacket take over YouTube today with 4 clips featured on the site’s homepage, including the premiere of the eye-popping, surreal video for “Holdin On To Black Metal.”  The guys gave a early preview of the video  last night when several members posted it on their Google+ accounts, resulting in one of the first music video premieres shared within Google's new social network.

Fans can also check out a special intro to the video, which is also an invite to catch the group live at Lollapalooza this weekend (set time is 8pm EDT this Saturday, August 6th).  Additionally My Morning Jacket have curated a playlist of 18 videos of some of their favorite musical moments by artists like Marvin Gaye, Stevie Nicks, and Loretta Lynn.

The video for “Black Metal” was filmed during whirlwind period shortly before the quintent’s new album, Circuital, was released while the band was getting ready for their big hometown show (filmed by Todd Haynes for AmEx’s Unstaged series.)  The band kept things local by working with the Louisville-based Sole Solution Studio for the clip, and filmed it at the idiosyncratic local watering hole Jim Porter’s Good Time Emporium.  The video also includes footage from the Jacket’s electrifying 2011 Bonnaroo performance.  The guys kick off the next leg of their US tour tonight in St. Louis and will play select dates with Neko Case as the opener during August.

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My Morning Jacket US Tour Dates:

* = w/Neko Case

8/2: St. Louis, MO The Pageant
8/3: Kansas City, MO Uptown Theater
8/4: Denver, CO @ Red Rocks Amphitheatre
8/7: Indianapolis, IN The Lawn at White River State Park*
8/8: Columbus, OH LC Pavilion*
8/10: Pittsburgh, PA Stage AE*
8/12: Columbia, MD Merriweather Post Pavilion*
8/13: Bangor, ME @ The KahBang Festival*
8/14: Boston, MA Bank Of America Pavilion*
8/16: Rochester Hills, MI Meadow Brook*
8/17: Cincinnati, OH PNC Pavilion at Riverbend Music Center*
8/19: Tuscaloosa, AL Tuscaloosa Amphitheater*
8/20: Alpharetta, GA Verizon Wireless Amphitheater*
8/21: Charlotte, NC Time Warner Cable Uptown Amphitheater*
8/23: Philadelphia, PA Mann Center for the Performing Arts*
8/24:  Charlottesville, VA @ nTelos Wireless Pavilion*
9/17: Austin, TX @ Austin City Limits Music Festival

European Tour Dates:

11/2: Gladgow, GB @ ABC
11/3: Birmingham, UK @ Institute
11/5: Leeds, UK @ Academy
11/6: Manchester, GB @ Academy
11/7: London, UK @ Roundhouse
11/8: Bexhill, UK @ De La Warr Pavilion
11/10: Antwerp, BE @ Trix
11/11: Luxembourg, LU @ Den Atelier
11/12: Koln, DE @ Luxor
11/4: Amsterdam, NL @ Paradiso
11/16: Berlin, DE @ Festall Kreuuzburg
11/17: Lund, SE @ Mejeriet
11/18: Oslo, NO @ Sentrum Scene
11/19: Stockholm, SE @ Munchem Brewery

Rebelution Joins Slightly Stoopid on Summer Tour

Santa Barbara based band Rebelution has officially announced they will be joining Slightly Stoopid on tour in July, August, and September, for The Seedless Summer 2011 Tour which will span over twenty-five cities in top outdoor venues, nationwide. The Seedless Summer 2011 Tour will stop at some of the country’s best outdoor venues, including Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Morrison, CO, The Greek Theater in Berkley, CA, and Cricket Amphitheater in San Diego, CA, to name a few.  Shwayze & Cisco Adler will also be on the bill.  Tickets went on sale to the public on Saturday May 14, 2011.

Some of Rebelution’s latest career highlights, include recently retuning from a two week tour across Brazil, performances at Bonnaroo, Lollapalooza, Austin City Limits, Wakarusa, Reggae Rising, Power to the Peaceful, and Ragga Muffins Tribute to Bob Marley Festival. They also headlined the US open of Surfing in Huntington Beach, CA.  On their 2010 headlining, national “Winter Greens” tour, the band played to sold out crowds across the country including selling tickets to upwards of 3,000 people in venues including: The House of Blues, San Diego, The Fox Theatre, Oakland, The House of Blues, Chicago, Irving Plaza in New York City, The House of Blues, Boston, The House of Blues in Orlando, Florida, and a sold out show at the renowned Wiltern Theatre in Los Angeles, California.  The band was also named one of the “Five Artists Your Should Know About” by Relix Magazine heading into 2011, one of the “Top 8 SoCal Bands” by Fashion 5.0 Magazine – and Music Connection Magazine said “ Rebelution’s guitar solos and horns give a breath of fresh air, to a played out style.  With guitar leads like the one showcased in ‘Outta Control,’ this four-piece is creating what it takes to stand out in a crowded room.”

Other upcoming Rebelution show dates, include the California Roots Music FestivalWakarusa Music Festival, Crossroads KC with Ben Harperfour Hawaii dates supporting reggae legends Steel Pulse in Kona, Oahu, Maui and Kauai, the Sierra Nevada World Music FestivalDave Matthews Band's Caravan FestivalHigh Sierra Music FestivalHollywood Park in Los Angeles, CA and the Klover Outdoor Pavilion in Billings, Montana.

Outside of their two Billboard charting albums [Courage to Grow, Billboard Top Reggae Album Charts since its release in 2007 and Bright Side of Life which debuted at #54 on the Billboard Top 200, #6 on the Billboard Independent Albums, and #1 on the Billboard Reggae Charts] Rebelution is currently in the studio working on their forthcoming third, full-length album, with notable guests passing through the studio including AmpLive, The Aggrolites, and Kymani Marley.

For more information on Rebelution, the Seedless Summer 2011 Tour, or for a complete list of Rebelution tour dates, click here.  You can also visit Rebelution on Facebook - and follow the band on Twitter.

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THE SEEDLESS SUMMER 2011 NATIONAL TOUR DATES

July 21 – Missoula, MT – Big Sky Brewery

July 22 – Boise, ID – Idaho Botanical Garden

July 23 – Redmond, WA – Marymoor Amphitheatre

July 24 – Eugene OR – Cuthbert Amphitheatre

July 26 – Jacksonville, OR – Britt Pavilion

July 27 – Lake Tahoe, CA – Harvey’s Amphitheatre

July 29 – Berkley, CA – The Greek Theatre

July 30 – San Diego, CA Cricket Amphitheatre

August 4 – Salt Lake City, UT – Gallivan Center

August 5 – Aspen, CO – TBD

August 6 – Denver, CO – Red Rocks Amphitheatre

August 10 – Asbury Park, NJ – Stone Pony Summer Stage

August 11 – Gilford, NH – Meadowbrook U.S. Cellular Pavilion

August 12 – Philadelphia, PA – Penn’s Landing

August 13 – Boston, MA – Bank of America Pavilion

August 17 – Baltimore, MD – Pier Six Concert Pavilion

August 18 – Charlotte, NC – Time Warner Cable Uptown Amphitheatre

August 19 – Cocoa Beach, FL – Cocoa Beach Pier

August 20 – West Boca Raton, Fl – Sunset Cove Amphitheatre

August 21 – St. Augustine, FL – St. Augustine Amphitheatre

August 24 – Atlanta, GA – Masquerade Music Park

August 25 – Raleigh, NC – Raleigh Amphitheatre

August 27 – Chicago, IL – Charter One Pavilion

Slightly Stoopid Announces Second Leg of Seedless Summer Tour

Today Slightly Stoopid announce the second leg of their Seedless Summer 2011 Tour, including shows at Governors Island (New York), Masquerade Music Park (Atlanta), Charter One Pavilion (Chicago) and many points in between. Pre-sale is happening now at www.slightlystoopid.com, with tickets available to the general public beginning Friday, May 20.

The Seedless Summer 2011 Tour, which unveiled the first leg of dates last week, brings Slightly Stoopid’s California-born music to sheds around the country this summer with Rebelution and Shwayze & Cisco Adler also on the bill.

Look for Seedless Summer 2011 Tour to make 25 stops in all, including some of the country’s best outdoor venues; Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Morrison, CO, The Greek Theatre in Berkeley, CA, and Cricket Amphitheater in their hometown of San Diego, CA. As The San Diego Union-Tribune recently reported, “Headlining Cricket for the third year in a row is a coup for the Ocean Beach-based group -- a feat unmatched by blink-182, Jason Mraz, Jewel, P.O.D. or any other nationally prominent San Diego act, past or present.” The complete list of Slightly Stoopid’s Seedless Summer 2011 Tour dates in included below.

Formed in 1995 in San Diego, CA’s Ocean Beach by childhood friends Miles Doughty (guitar, bass, vocals) and Kyle McDonald (guitar, bass, vocals), Slightly Stoopid has become one of the most influential and progressive improvisational musical outfits on the tour circuit. And as Amped Up Magazine points out, it’s for good reason,

“Slightly Stoopid have perfected one of the rarest and most valuable skills a band can develop: the art of the stealth groove.” Always a festival favorite, Slightly Stoopid has performed at Coachella, Lollapalooza, Austin City Limits, Outside Lands, Milwaukee Summerfest, Wakarusa, and many others. With their two most recent albums both debuting on Billboard and iTunes charts, the band has sold over 750,000 albums and now releases all material on Doughty and McDonald’s own record label, Stoopid Records.

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Slightly Stoopid Tour Dates

LEG ONE:

7/21 Missoula, MT - Big Sky Brewery
7/22 Boise, ID - Idaho Botanical Garden
7/23 Redmond, WA - Marymoor Amphitheatre
7/24 Eugene, OR - Cuthbert Amphitheatre
7/26 Jacksonville, OR - Britt Pavilion (on sale 5/19)
7/27 Lake Tahoe, CA - Harvey's Amphitheater
7/29 Berkeley, CA - Greek Theatre
7/30 San Diego, CA - Cricket Amphitheatre (on sale 5/21)
8/04 Salt Lake City, UT - Gallivan Center
8/05 Aspen, CO - TBA
8/06 Denver, CO - Red Rocks Amphitheatre

LEG TWO:

8/10 Asbury Park, NJ - Stone Pony Summer Stage
8/11 Gilford, NH - Meadowbrook U.S. Cellular Pavilion
8/12 Philadelphia, PA - Penn's Landing (no pre-sale)
8/13 Boston, MA - Bank Of America Pavilion
8/14 New York, NY - Governors Island - Beach
8/17 Baltimore, MD - Pier Six Concert Pavilion
8/18 Charlotte, NC - Time Warner Cable Uptown Amphitheatre
8/19 Cocoa Beach, FL - Cocoa Beach Pier
8/20 West Boca Raton, FL - Sunset Cove Amphitheatre
8/21 St. Augustine, FL - St. Augustine Amphitheatre
8/24 Atlanta, GA - Masquerade Music Park
8/25 Raleigh, NC - Raleigh Amphitheatre
8/26 TBA8/27 Chicago, IL - Charter One Pavilion

My Morning Jacket Announce New Tour Dates

My Morning Jacket is proud to announce additional US tour dates in celebration of their forthcoming album, Circuital. Joining them on the road will be Neko Case, who will be opening the stage most of August. The band will donate $1 from every ticket sold to local charity.

My Morning Jacket also just released their "Official American Express UNSTAGED Trailer" in celebration of  joining forces with Todd Haynes for their upcoming performance in the American Express’ “Unstaged” music series.  Haynes will film the band’s performance at Louisville’s historic Palace Theater, which airs live on the band’s VEVO page on YouTube at 9:00pm EDT at www.youtube.com/mymorningjacketVEVO on May 31st.

My Morning Jacket will release Circuital, their sixth full-length album, on May 31st via ATO Records.  Head over to their Facebook page to hear “Holdin on to Black Metal” and “Circuital,” two of the new songs that will appear on it.

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My Morning Jacket Tour Dates:
* = $1 from each ticket will be donated to a local charity Go to www.mymorningjacket.com for more details (New dates in bold)

05/20:  Gulf Shores, AL @ Hangout Festival
05/31:  Louisville, KY @ Louisville Palace Theater
06/02-06/05:  Ozark, AR @ Wakarusa Festival

06/05:  Hunter, NY @ Mountain Jam
06/09-06/12:  Manchester, TN @ Bonnaroo Festival
06/16:  Milwaukee, WI @ Riverside Theater
06/17:  Chicago, IL @ Auditorium Theatre
06/22:  Los Angeles, CA @ Pantages Theatre
06/24: Oakland, CA @ Fox Theatre
06/26:  Seattle, WA @ Paramount Theatre
06/28:  Portland, OR @ Edgefield
06/29:  Vancouver, BC @ Orpheum
06/30-07/03:  Quincy, CA @ High Sierra Music Festival
7/2 Santa Barbara, CA Santa Barbara Bowl
07/11:  Toronto, ON @ Kool Haus
07/12:  Montreal, QC @ Metropolis
07/16: Southwold  @ Latitude Festival
07/17: London  @ Somerset House
8/2 St. Louis, MO The Pageant
8/3 Kansas City, MO Uptown Theater
08/04:  Denver, CO @ Red Rocks Amphitheatre
08/05-08/13:  Bangor, ME @ The KahBang Festival
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TOUR DATES W/ NEKO CASE:
8/7 Indianapolis, IN The Lawn at White River State Park
8/8 Columbus, OH LC Pavilion
8/10 Pittsburgh, PA Stage AE
8/12 Columbia, MD Merriweather Post Pavilion
8/14 Boston, MA Bank Of America Pavilion
8/16 Rochester Hills, MI Meadow Brook
8/17 Cincinnati, OH PNC Pavilion at Riverbend Music Center
8/20 Alpharetta, GA Verizon Wireless Amphitheater
8/21 Charlotte, NC Time Warner Cable Uptown Amphitheater

FLECKTONE NEW CD - ROCKET SCIENCE + Tour

Bela Fleck and The Flecktones is preparing to release their new album titled: Rocket Science, which is now available for pre-order on iTunes. This includes a digital booklet and one exclusive bonus track not available anywhere else.

The Flecktones are also ready to hit the road.  Tour dates include:

DATE
CITY
VENUE
05.29.11 Chillicothe, IL US Three Sisters Park
05.31.11 York, PA US Strand-Capitol Theater
06.01.11 Bethlehem, PA US ArtsQuest Center SteelStacks campus
06.02.11 Wilmington, DE US Grand Opera House
06.03.11 Hunter, NY US Hunter Mountain
06.04.11 Raleigh, NC US Joseph M Bryan Amphitheater
06.05.11 Charleston, SC US Gaillard Municipal Auditorium
06.10.11 Manchester, TN US Manchester Farm
06.11.11 Cleveland Heights, OH US Cain Park
06.12.11 Burlington, VT US Flynn Theater
06.13.11 Lebanon, NH US Opera House
06.14.11 Rochester, NY US Kodak Hall Eastman Theater
06.17.11 Telluride, CO US Town Park
06.28.11 Saskatoon, SK, SK CA Bessborough Gardens
06.30.11 Toronto, ON CA Mainstage Marquee at Metro Square
07.02.11 Ottawa, ON CA Confederation Park Main Stage
07.03.11 Montreal, QC CA Theatre Maisonneuve
07.07.11 Baltimore, MD US Pier 6 Pavillion
07.08.11 Lowell, MA US Boarding House Park
07.09.11 Newport, RI US Newport Yachting Center
07.10.11 Vienna, VA US Wolf Trap
07.21.11 Chicago, IL US The Vic
07.22.11 Kansas City , MO US Crossroads
07.23.11 Wichita, KS US Orpheum Theater
07.24.11 Littleton, CO US Denver Botanic Gardens at Chatfield
07.27.11 Salt Lake City, UT US Red Butte Garden
07.28.11 Sun Valley, ID US Sun Valley Pavilion
07.30.11 Woodinville, WA US Chateau Ste. Michelle
07.31.11 Portland, OR US Oregon Zoo Amphitheater
08.03.11 Apple Valley, MN US Zoo Amphitheater
08.04.11 Washburn, WI US Big Top Chatauqua
08.05.11 Grand Rapids, MI US Meijer Gardens
08.06.11 Kettering, OH US Fraze Pavilion
08.07.11 Charlottesville, VA US Charlottesville Pavilion
08.09.11 Columbus, OH US LC Pavillion
08.11.11 Asheville, NC US The Biltmore Estate
08.12.11 Atlanta, GA US Chastain Park Amphitheater
08.13.11 Portsmouth, VA US Teles Wireless Pavilion
08.13.11 Portsmouth, VA US Ntelos Wireless Pavilion
08.14.11 Wilmington, NC US Greenfield Lake Amphitheater
08.26.11 Windsor, CT US Summerwind
08.27.11 Portland, ME US State Theater
08.28.11 NY, NY US Govenor's Island
09.02.11 Binghamton, NY US Binghamton University
09.03.11 High Mount, NY US Belleayre Music Festival
09.04.11 Orkney Springs, VA US Shenandoah Valley Music Festival
11.10.11 Northampton, MA US Calvin Theater


Phish 2011 Summer Tour - Leg I

Phish have released the dates for their 2011 Summer tour. The tour begins with a three-night stand on May 27 in Bethel, NY and features multi-night stops in Holmdel, NJ, Columbia, MD, and Alpharetta, GA. In between, the band will hit Detroit, Cuyahoga Falls, Cincinnati, Mansfield, Darien, Camden, Charlotte, Raleigh, and wrapping up June 19 in Portsmouth, VA. Check below for a complete list of dates and the video announcement. A limited number of tickets for the upcoming shows are now being offered through secure online ticketing system via a 10 day ticket request period. Click here for more information.

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PHISH SUMMER TOUR 2011:

5/27/11 Bethel Woods Center for the Arts, Bethel, NY

5/28/11 Bethel Woods Center for the Arts, Bethel, NY

5/29/11 Bethel Woods Center for the Arts, Bethel, NY

5/31/11 PNC Bank Arts Center, Holmdel, NJ

6/1/11 PNC Bank Arts Center, Holmdel, NJ

6/3/11 DTE Energy Center, Detroit, MI

6/4/11 Blossom Music Center, Cuyahoga Falls, OH

6/5/11 Riverbend Music Center, Cincinnati, Ohio

6/7/11 Comcast Center, Mansfield, MA

6/8/11 Darien Lake Amphitheatre, Darien, NY

6/10/11 Susquehanna Bank Center, Camden, NJ

6/11/11 Merriweather Post Pavilion, Columbia, MD

6/12/11 Merriweather Post Pavilion, Columbia, MD

6/14/11 Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre at Encore Park, Alpharetta, GA

6/15/11 Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre at Encore Park, Alpharetta, GA

6/17/11 Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre, Charlotte, NC

6/18/11 Time Warner Cable Music Pavilion, Raleigh, NC

6/19/11 Ntelos Pavilion at Harbor Center, Portsmouth, VA

STS9 Release AXE THE CABLES Today on 1320 Records

In December of 2009, STS9 sat down in Denver, Colorado in one of America's most pristine modern opera houses to create "Axe The Cables... An Evening of STS9." What this night encompasses is one of the most flawless evenings of STS9 music in the band's decade plus history.  The entire show was played, for the most part, sans all "electric" gear including the common stage instrumentation of laptops and samplers that fans have grown accustomed to as the band's sound has evolved. To say the event was a hit is an understatement.  It was a night legends are made of...so much so that the band has decided to re-mix and re-master this into one massive release on their ever-exploding indie record label, 1320 Records.

Axe the Cables is available now exclusively through 1320 Records and iTunes. 

Check out STS9's Axe The Cables Ecard HERE

STS9 is on tour in the coming months, performing select intimate acoustic Axe The Cables shows in New York, Chicago, and Atlanta, as well as plenty of the electronic heavy-hitting events the band is known and loved for, culminating with their annual, 2 night musical takeover of Colorado's Red Rocks Amphitheatre.   STS9 has signed on a massive slew of supporting acts across the entire tour including Thievery Corporation, Big Gigantic, The Disco Biscuits, The Album Leaf, Lotus, Ghostland Observatory, Bassnectar, Alex B, John Hughes, RJD2, and many more to still to come.

Tour Dates:


August 15 Pier 6 Concert Pavilion Baltimore MD - w/ RJD2 & The Album Leaf

August 17 Higher Ground Burlington VT - An Evening with STS9

August 18 Saranac Brewery Utica NY - An Evening with STS9

August 20 House of Blues Chicago IL - An Evening with STS9

August 21 Aragon Ballroom Chicago IL - w/ Big Gigantic & More

August 22 Old Town School of Folk Music Chicago IL - "Axe The Cables"

August 25 Raleigh Amphitheatre Raleigh NC - w/ special guests TBA

August 26 Blackwater Music Festival Live Oak FL - w/ Spearhead, Slightly Stoopid & More

August 27 Tabernacle Atlanta GA - featuring both "Axe The Cables" and STS9 Electric

August 28 Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre Atlanta GA w/ The Disco Biscuits, Big Gigantic & More

September 1 Sloss Furnaces Birmingham AL - w/ Toubab Krewe

September 2 Arkansas Music Pavilion Fayetteville AR - w/ Ghostland Observatory

September 3 River Parks Amphitheatre Tulsa OK - w/ Ghostland Observatory

September 4 Anchor Inn Music Center Omaha NE - w/ Ghostland Observatory

September 5 Crossroads Pavilion Kansas City MO - w/ Ghostland Observatory

September 9 Boulder Theater Boulder, CO - An Evening With STS9                                     

September 10 Red Rocks Morrison CO - w/ Thievery Corporation, Alex B & John Hughes         

September 11 Red Rocks Morrison CO - w/ Ghostland Observatory, Big Gigantic & John Hughes

All STS9 shows are on-sale now.  For more information please visit www.sts9.com

AM Taxi's Debut Album "We Don't Stand A Chance" Out Now

Gearing up for summer, AM Taxi is pumped to announce that their Virgin Records debut is available today! The band is part of iTunes’ ‘Next Big Thing’ and will be doing coast-to-coast dates through the summer via Warped Tour, making the Chicago-based band one of few to be invited on the nation-wide run prior to releasing an album. The band will also be in their hometown of Chicago performing at the Q101, Rolling Stone, and Beat Kitchen. More info below.
AM Taxi have been honing their live chops, recently finishing spring dates with Spill Canvas while their MySpace ‘Introducing’ profile debuted May 9th on the homepage of MySpace.com. You can watch the band’s fresh video for “Fed Up". “Our motto in the studio was, ‘If it ain’t broke, break it,’” explains frontman Adam Krier about recording We Don’t Stand A Chance. “We’d try things from every possible angle.”Recorded in Austin TX, AM Taxi’s polished first record features influences ranging from The Clash to Sublime to The Boss mixed with the group’s own contemporary punk-rock infusions and was produced by Mike McCarthy (Spoon, Patty Griffin, Alberta Cross).
“We weren’t so interested in making a record that sounded current, as we were something that could be classic,” Krier says.

Chicago Performances:

June 8th
Special performance and signing at Rolling Stone in Chicago @ 6pm.
7300 West Irving Park Road, Norridge, IL
June 9th
Stop by one of the Chicagoland area Best Buy locations listed below and purchase AM Taxi's new CD and get a
wristband for entry to an intimate all ages performance at Beat Kitchen. 2100 W. Belmont, Chicago , IL
(available while supplies last).
BUTTERFIELD ROAD - 1432 BUTTERFIELD RD; DOWNERS GROVE
NAPERVILLE - 4400 E NEW YORK ST; YORKSHIRE PLAZA; AURORA
NO. AVENUE IL - 1000 W NORTH AVE; CHICAGO
BUCKTOWN - 2100 N ELSTON AVE; CHICAGO
CLARK ST IL - 2650 N CLARK ST; CHICAGO
KENNEDY EXP IL - 3300 W BELMONT AVE; CHICAGO
You can also tune into Q101 for the chance to win a wristband to attend the show.
WARPED TOUR DATES
June 25 - Home Depot Center - Carson, CA
June 26 - Shoreline Amphitheatre - Mountain View, CA
June 27 - Ventura Country Fairground At Seaside Park - Ventura, CA
June 29 - Cricket Pavilion - Phoenix, AZ
June 30 - N.M.S.U. Practice Field - Las Cruces, NM
July 1 - AT&T Center - San Antonio, TX
July 2 - The Showgrounds At Sam Houston Race Park - Houston, TX
July 3 - Superpages.com Center - Dallas, TX
July 5 - Verizon Wireless Amphitheater - St.Louis, MO
July 6 - Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre - Indianapolis, IN
July 7 - First Niagara Pavilion - Burgettstown, PA
July 8 -  Time Warner Cable Amphitheatre - Cleveland, OH
July 9 -  Arrow Hall - Toronto, ON
July 10 - Parc Jean Drapeau - Montreal, QC
July 11 - Comcast Theater - Hartford, CT
July 13 - Comcast Center - Mansfield, MA
July 14 - Darien Lake P.A.C. - Darien Center, NY
July 15 - Toyota Pavilion - Scranton, PA
July 16 - Susquehanna Bank Center - Camden, NJ
July 17 - Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum - Uniondale, NY
July 18 - Monmouth Park Racetrack - Oceanport, NJ
July 20 - Merriweather Post Pavilion - Columbia, MD
July 21 - Virginia Beach Amphitheatre -Virginia Beach, VA
July 22 - Verizon Wireless Amphitheater Charlotte - Charlotte, NC
July 23 - Vinoy Park - St. Petersburg, FL
July 24 - Cruzan Amphitheater - West Palm Beach, FL
July 25 - Firestone Amphitheatre @ The Lot - Orlando, FL
July 26 - Aaron's Amphitheater at Lakewood -  Atlanta, GA
July 28 - Riverbend Music Center - Cincinnati, OH
July 29 - Marcus Amphitheater - Milwaukee, WI
July 30 - Comerica Park - Detroit, MI
July 31 - First Midwest Bank Amphitheatre - Tinley Park, IL
Aug 1 - Canterbury Park - Shakopee, MN
Aug 2 - Sandstone Amphitheatre - Bonner Springs, KS
Aug 5 - Northlands Grounds - Edmonton, AB
Aug 7 - Utah State Fairgrounds - Salt Lake City, UT
Aug 8 -  Invesco Field - Denver, CO
Aug 10 - Cricket Amphitheatre - San Diego, CA
Aug 11 - Pomona Fairplex - Pomona, CA
Aug 12 - Sleep Train Amphitheatre - Marysville, CA
Aug 12 - Idaho Center Amphitheatre - Nampa, ID
Aug 14 -  Gorge Amphitheater - George, WA
Aug 15 - Washington County Fairgrounds - Hillsboro, OR

STS9 Make Album, Build House, Premiere Film Plan Massive Tour

In December of 2009, STS9 sat down in Denver, Colorado in one of America's most pristine modern opera houses to create "Axe The Cables... An Evening of STS9." What this night encompasses is one of the most flawless evenings of STS9 music in the band's decade plus history.  The entire show was played, for the most part, sans all "electric" gear including the common stage instrumentation of laptops and samplers that fans have grown accustomed to as the band's sound has evolved. To say the event was a hit is an understatement.  It was a night legends are made of...so much so that the band has decided to re-mix and re-master this into one massive release on their ever-exploding indie record label, 1320 Records.

Axe the Cables will be available June 29th exclusively through 1320 Records and iTunes.  Plans are also in the works to release correlating HD video of much of the show via iClips.net

STS9 is on tour in the coming months, performing select intimate acoustic Axe The Cables shows in New York, Chicago, and Atlanta, as well as plenty of the electronic heavy-hitting events the band is known and loved for, culminating with their annual, 2 night musical takeover of Colorado's Red Rocks Amphitheatre.   STS9 has signed on a massive slew of supporting acts across the entire tour including Thievery Corporation, Big Gigantic, The Disco Biscuits, The Album Leaf, Lotus, Ghostland Observatory, Bassnectar, Alex B, John Hughes, RJD2, and many more to still to come.

Sound Tribe Sector Nine Tour Dates:

August 11 Blender Theater @ Gramercy New York NY - "Axe The Cables"

August 12 Roseland Ballroom New York NY - w/ Lotus, The Album Leaf & John Hughes

August 13 Bank of America Pavilion Boston MA - w/ Lotus, The Album Leaf & John Hughes

August 14 Penn's Landing Philadelphia PA - w/ Lotus, The Album Leaf & John Hughes

August 15 Pier 6 Concert Pavilion Baltimore MD - w/ RJD2 & The Album Leaf

August 17 Higher Ground Burlington VT - An Evening with STS9

August 18 Saranac Brewery Utica NY - An Evening with STS9

August 20 House of Blues Chicago IL - An Evening with STS9

August 21 Aragon Ballroom Chicago IL - w/ Big Gigantic & More

August 22 Old Town School of Folk Music Chicago IL - "Axe The Cables"

August 25 Raleigh Amphitheatre Raleigh NC - w/ special guests TBA

August 26 Blackwater Music Festival Live Oak FL - w/ Spearhead, Slightly Stoopid & More

August 27 Tabernacle Atlanta GA - featuring both "Axe The Cables" and STS9 Electric

August 28 Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre Atlanta GA w/ The Disco Biscuits, Big Gigantic & More

September 1 Sloss Furnaces Birmingham AL - w/ special guests TBA

September 2 Arkansas Music Pavilion Fayetteville AR - w/ Ghostland Observatory

September 3 River Parks Amphitheatre Tulsa OK - w/ Ghostland Observatory

September 4 Anchor Inn Music Center Omaha NE - w/ Ghostland Observatory

September 5 Crossroads Pavilion Kansas City MO - w/ Ghostland Observatory

September 9 Boulder Theater Boulder, CO - An Evening With STS9                                      

September 10 Red Rocks Morrison CO - w/ Thievery Corporation, Alex B & John Hughes         

September 11 Red Rocks Morrison CO - w/ Ghostland Observatory, Big Gigantic & John Hughes

KEANE ANNOUNCE HEADLINING U.S. TOUR

Celebrated UK trio KEANE will embark on a headlining US tour this summer in support of their new album Night Train, out tomorrow on Cherrytree/Interscope Records. The tour kicks off July 20th in Oakland, CA and sees the band traveling across the country, wrapping up August 11th in Minneapolis. Tickets go on sale May 14th. Tour dates below.
Supporting the tour will be Travis frontman Fran Healy and Ingrid Michaelson. KEANE’s most recent release features eight refreshingly innovative tracks written and recorded while the band was on a 28-country arena tour in support of their album Perfect Symmetry. Night Train includes several songs that challenge the boundaries of genre via unique collaborations with Somali/Canadian rapper K’NAAN and Japanese funk singer Tigarah. The album has already been lauded for its signature brooding rock combined with synth-pop flourishes, leading Rolling Stone to say that with its “brass-bolstered soul” and “electro-flavored dance pop…Keane have proved themselves masters of…pop perkiness.”  Alternative Press drew comparisons to David Bowie and Radiohead and People gave it three out of four stars.
Since their inception in 2003, KEANE has sold 10 million copies of their three award-winning albums and seen remarkable success with their singles “Somewhere Only We Know,” “Everybody’s Changing” and “Bedshaped,” among many others.  The band’s particular brand of evocative piano rock propelled by literate, heartfelt songcraft has propelled them to worldwide adoration  and success.

TOUR DATES
July 20 - Fox Theatre - Oakland, CA
July 21 - Greek Theatre - Los Angeles, CA
July 23 - House of Blues - Las Vegas, NV
July 25 - Warehouse Live - Houston, TX
July 26 - House of Blues - Dallas, TX
July 28 - Chicago Theatre - Chicago, IL
August 3 - Bank of American Pavilion - Boston, MA
August 5 - Merriweather Post Pavilion - Baltimore, MD
August 6 - Waterfront - Brooklyn, NY
August 7 - Mann Center - Philadelphia, PA
August 10 - Riverside Theatre - Milwaukee, WI
August 11 - 1st Ave. - Minneapolis, MN