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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

National Jazz Museum in Harlem Feb. 21 - Feb. 27, 2011

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

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Monday, February 21, 2011

* Please note the Museum will be closed in observance of President's Day.  

Tuesday, February 22, 2011

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

Miles Davis on film playing trumpet with the Gil Evans Orchestra as John Coltrane waits in the wings is one of the iconic moments caught on film in the 20th century. Come view this footage, and other examples of Davis, one of the most influential artists of the 20th century, on film, and share once again in the magic of Miles’s sound and musical spirit.

Wednesday, February 23, 2010

Jazz Is: Now!
Jonathan Batiste
7:00pm
Location: NJMH Visitors Center
(104 E. 126th Street, Suite 2C)
FREE | For more information: 212-348-8300

Jazz is not a bygone relic of a gloried past, it’s alive and well right now. Jazz does have a storied past, filled with musical giants who walked the earth, yet there are vibrant young musicians such as Jonathan Batiste who are the legends in the making. Come witness the evolution, lend him your ear, and engage him in discussion about the current state of jazz and future prospects for what Dr. Billy Taylor called “America’s classical music.”

Thursday, February 24, 2011

Harlem Speaks
Otis Brown III, drummer
6:30 – 8:30pm
Location: NJMH Visitors Center
(104 E. 126th Street, Suite 2C)                                 
FREE | For more information: 212-348-8300
Tonight the New Jersey native Otis Brown III will bring his joyful style to Harlem Speaks in a discussion about his life and career as a jazz drummer.

Since his birth in Hackensack, NJ, Otis has traveled a path that has led to him being one of the most in demand, and well respected musicians today. Expressing an early interest in music, Otis began his musical studies at age 7; by age 12 he was playing lead alto saxophone in the school bands while playing the drums in the Baptist church.

After moving to Newark, N.J., he continued performing double duty in his school bands playing snare drum in marching band, and alto saxophone in the jazz and concert ensembles, all of which were directed by his father Otis Brown Jr. He decided to pursue his musical education in college at Delaware State University, where he met legendary trumpeter Donald Byrd, an encounter that changed his life. He spent countless hours under the wings of Dr. Byrd, who later suggested that Otis continue his studies in New York, the jazz capital. He was awarded a scholarship to attend the prestigious New School University.

Since his arrival in New York Otis has performed and toured with musicians the caliber of Herbie Hancock, Christian McBride, Eric Lewis, Ron Blake, Roy Hargrove, Frank Lacy, Jeremy Pelt, Don Braden, Marc Ribot, Adam Rodgers, Pete Malinverni, Tim Hagans, Conrad Herwig, John Hicks, Oliver Lake, Aaron Goldberg, Bob Mintzer, George Garzone, and many others.

He currently can be seen touring with the Thelonious Monk Institute’s Jazz in America initiative, in various of Joe Lovano’s ensembles, the Laurent Coq trio, the Franck Amsallem trio and quartet, the Steve Wilson quartet, the Oliver Lake Big Band, the Bob Stewart tuba project and several other musical configurations.

Drive-By Truckers Premiere Go-Go Boots Episode

Weekly Drive-By Truckers have been sharing episodes that give us a view into the making of their forthcoming album Go-Go Boots out February 15 on ATO Records. This week they give us Episode 6 featuring the story behind album track "Ray's Automatic Weapon." View past episodes here. Catch the band on tour with guests Heartless Bastards on select dates. All dates are listed below.
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TOUR DATES:
Feb 15 - Bowery Ballroom – New York NY – SOLD OUT
Feb 16 - Pullo Center @ Penn State University - York, PA
Feb 17 - Paramount Center For The Arts - Peekskill NY
Feb 18- 9:30 Club - Washington, DC *
Feb 19 - 9:30 Club - Washington, DC *
Feb 25 -  Vic Theater - Chicago, IL *
Feb 26 - Vic Theater - Chicago, IL *
Feb 27 - Slow Down - Omaha, NE *
Mar 2 - Knitting Factory - Reno, NV *
Mar 3 - Silverton Casino - Las Vegas, NV *
Mar 4 - Fillmore Auditorium - San Francisco, CA *
Mar 5 - Fillmore Auditorium - San Francisco, CA *
Mar 7 - Troubadour – West Hollywood CA – SOLD OUT
Mar 9 - Mcdonald Theater - Eugene, OR *
Mar 10 - Wonder Ballroom - Portland, OR *
Mar 11 - Commodore Ballroom - Vancouver, BC *
Mar 12 - Showbox At The Market - Seattle, WA *
Mar 15 - Wilma Theater - Missoula, MO *
Mar 16 - Knitting Factory - Boise, ID *
Mar 18 - Ogden Theater - Denver, CO *
Sat Mar 19 - Ogden Theate - Denver, CO w/TBA
* =  w/Heartless Bastards

Big Head Todd & The Monsters headline Red Rocks

Big Head Todd and The Monsters today announce their annual Red Rocks Amphitheater play for June 11, 2011. Guster will open the show. Tickets go on sale Friday, February 4 at 10am MST at Ticketmaster.com. Ticket and show details are listed below.



Big Head Todd and The Monsters will host an online auction featuring exclusive Red Rocks ticket packages including premium show seats and once-in-a-lifetime experiences such as lunch with the band, a “harmonica-handoff” during the show, the opportunity to be a crew member for the day, and so much more. 100% of the proceeds will go to support the Colorado Homeless Coalition. Bidding will happen in two rounds - beginning March 1 and May 1. Visit www.bigheadtodd.com for all the details.



Big Head Todd and The Monsters have been busy – first celebrating the release of their new studio album, Rocksteady (July 20, 2010/Big Records), and now preparing to hit the road with some of blues music’s biggest legends in support of 100 Years of Robert Johnson (March 1, 2011 - Ryko/Big Records), a stirring new tribute album featuring 10 potent interpretations of some of the most vital and durable music of the past century.

Big Head Blues Club features in addition to the Colorado-based quartet—guitarist and vocalist Todd Park Mohr, bassist Rob Squires, drummer Brian Nevin and keyboardist Jeremy Lawton—special guests, blues legends B.B. King, Hubert Sumlin, Honeyboy Edwards and Charlie Musselwhite, as well as keepers of the blues flame Ruthie Foster, Cedric Burnside and Lightnin’ Malcolm.

Recorded at the legendary Ardent Studios in Memphis, and produced by Grammy award winning blues producer Chris Goldsmith (Blind Boys of Alabama), 100 Years of Robert Johnson will be released in early 2011, and supported by a national tour (“Blues at the Crossroads: The Robert Johnson Centennial Concerts”) featuring many of the participants in the sessions. A complete list of the tour dates is included below.

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Big Head Todd and The Monsters’ Red Rocks show info is as follows:

Saturday, June 11 @ 7:30PM (Doors @ 6:00PM)
Red Rocks Amphitheatre
with Guster supporting
18300 West Alameda Parkway Morrison, CO
Tickets $39.50 GA, $49.50 - $59.50 reserved / All Ages Welcome
Tickets on sale Friday, February 4 at 10am at Ticketmaster.com

For more information, please contact 1-800-745-3000 or visit www.redrocksonline.com

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BLUES AT THE CROSSROADS: THE ROBERT JOHNSON CENTENNIAL CONCERTS tour featuring Big Head Todd and The Monsters and special guests David “Honeyboy” Edwards, Hubert Sumlin and Cedric Burnside & Lightnin’ Malcolm, tour stops are as follows:

Monday, January 31 University of California - Santa Barbara, Campbell Hall Santa Barbara CA
Friday, February 4 Paramount Theatre Austin TX
Saturday, February 5 Lakewood Theater Dallas TX
Thursday, February 10 University Of Michigan, Hill Auditorium Ann Arbor MI
Friday, February 11 Orchestra Hall Chicago IL
Saturday, February 12 Uptown Theater Kansas City MO
Sunday, February 13 Mississippi State University Riley Center Meridian MS
Wednesday, February 16 University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Memorial Hall Chapel Hill NC
Thursday, February 17 The Music Center at Strathmore North Bethesda MD
Friday, February 18 Berklee Performance Center Boston MA
Thursday, February 24 Ridgefield Playhouse Ridgefield CT
Friday, February 25 McCarter Theatre Center Princeton NJ
Saturday, February 26 Montgomery County Community College, The Science Center Theater Blue Bell PA
Sunday, February 27 Zeiterion Performing Arts Center New Bedford MA
Friday, March 4 Northern Light Theater at Potawatomi Bingo Casino Milwaukee WI
Saturday, March 5 Holland Performing Arts Center Omaha NE
Sunday, March 6 Orchestra Hall Minneapolis MN
Tuesday, March 8 University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Krannert Center - Tryon Festival Theatre Urbana IL

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BIG HEAD TODD AND THE MONSTERS TOURDATES INCLUDE:

Saturday, February 19 The Fiillmore at Irving Plaza New York NY

Friday, April 15 - Saturday, April 16 Paramount Theatre and Visual Arts Center St. Cloud MN

Saturday, June 11 Red Rocks Amphitheatre Morrison CO

Sunday, October 23 Legendary Rhythm and Blues Cruise San Diego CA

Kiwi Songstress Jackie Bristow To Release 'Freedom'

Recording artist Jackie Bristow, who was born in New Zealand, came into her own professionally in Australia and now makes her home in Austin, releases her third outstanding album next month, the glorious, unbound FREEDOM (Feb. 15, 2011), and embarks on a U.S. tour with internationally acclaimed guitar legend Tommy Emmanuel.

With her acoustic guitar, silky vocals and the folk-pop originals on the new album (two are co-writes), Bristow will crisscross this country, from Austin to the West Coast to mid-America to the East Coast through February, and then return to Austin for a March 10 CD Release Party at Momo’s Club.

Bristow’s new album was recorded between Austin and Sydney and was co-produced by Bristow and Mark Punch, the first of her albums they have co-produced. Musicians on the album include J.J. Johnson (who has played with John Mayer), Punch (Kasey Chambers), Chris Maresh (Eric Johnson), Matt Fell (Josh Pyke), Jeff Young (Steely Dan), Clayton Doley and Rob Woolf (Jimmy Barnes).

The title track features the free-spirited vocals that Bristow is known for, a Hammond organ and an echoing gospel chorus. “Hightail It Outta Here” follows in the same vein, a bit more spunky perhaps, and “Broken Girl,” a powerful anthem, reverberates with both Bristow’s and Punch’s guitars. The final track, “Aotearoa,” is an ode to her homeland.
“Bristow returns, and she’s totally in control. FREEDOM is red-hot,” says the Waikato (New Zealand) Times. “A brilliant work of art, from a brilliant singer,” says NZ Music.net. “However more than just a singer, Bristow is a story-teller, and she has many tales to tell.”
Bristow’s songs have been used repeatedly in Australian and New Zealand film and hit TV shows, and her “This is Australia” won Tourism Australia’s Song Competition and was featured in a worldwide promotional campaign. In America, she has been heard on the in-store broadcast at Starbucks restaurants across the country.
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Upcoming Jackie Bristow shows include:
January 26, Chelsea Wine Bar, El Lago, Texas
January 30, Momo’s Club, Austin
February 4, Hard County Performing Arts Center-Tommy Fest/Elizabeth Town, Ky. *
February 8, Van Duzer Theatre, Arcata, Calif. *
February 9, Laxson Auditorium, Chico, Calif. *
February 17, Moore Theatre, Seattle *
February 18, Aladdin Theater, Portland, Ore. *
February 19, Crest Theatre, Sacramento, Calif. *
February 21, Montgomery Performing Arts Center, Montgomery, Ala. *
February 23, Palladium Theatre, St. Petersburg, Fla. *
February 24, The Plaza Theatre, Orlando, Fla. *
February 25, Florida Theatre, Jacksonville, Fla. *
February 26, Clayton Center, Clayton, N.C. *
February 27 Newberry Opra House, Newberry, S.C.
February 28, Newberry Opra House, Newberry, S.C. *
March 10, CD Release, Momo’s Club, Austin
March 22, Main Stage, Austin-Bergstrom International Airport (post-SXSW Music)
* Opening for Tommy Emmanuel

Celebrating "100 Years of Robert Johnson" -Streets 3/1/11

How do you throw a 100th birthday bash for the most influential bluesman that ever lived? If you’re Big Head Todd and The Monsters, you gather some of the greatest living blues musicians and record 100 Years of Robert Johnson (March 1, 2011 - Ryko/Big Records), a stirring new tribute album featuring 10 potent interpretations of some of the most vital and durable music of the past century.

Big Head Blues Club, as the ad hoc ensemble is calling itself, features, in addition to the Colorado-based quartet—guitarist and vocalist Todd Park Mohr, bassist Rob Squires, drummer Brian Nevin and keyboardist Jeremy Lawton—special guests, blues legends B.B. King, Hubert Sumlin, Honeyboy Edwards and Charlie Musselwhite, as well as keepers of the blues flame Ruthie Foster, Cedric Burnside and Lightnin’ Malcolm.

Recorded at the legendary Ardent Studios in Memphis, and produced by Grammy award winning blues producer Chris Goldsmith (Blind Boys of Alabama), 100 Years of Robert Johnson will be released in early 2011, and supported by a national tour (“Blues at the Crossroads: The Robert Johnson Centennial Concerts”) featuring many of the participants in the sessions. A complete list of the tour dates is included below.

For Todd Park Mohr, who founded Big Head Todd and The Monsters with Squires and Nevin nearly a quarter-century ago, the project has served to re-introduce him to the iconic music of Johnson, whose songs provided many of the pioneering blues-rock bands—Led Zeppelin, the Rolling Stones, The Grateful Dead, Cream, Canned Heat, etc.—with some of their most popular material.

100 Years of Robert Johnson features several inspired takes on Johnson’s best known compositions. For Mohr and Goldsmith, the challenge in recording the tribute was to give new voice to Johnson’s music, to avoid copying the countless cover versions already extant. “In so many of the takes on Robert’s stuff, you don’t get the depth of emotion that’s in the lyrics and in Robert’s voice. That’s one thing that Chris and the band and my voice were able to bring to it. Chris had great ideas about how to represent the stuff, and all the musicians were just so good at what they did, the unique arrangements just came naturally.”

Robert Johnson’s story is the stuff of myth and legend alike, and his music has fascinated blues fans and musicians for more than seven decades. Born in Mississippi in 1911, Johnson recorded only 29 songs, all during the years 1936 and ’37. His unique guitar style and haunting vocal phrasing, and the evocative, often mysterious nature of his lyrics, made him a popular artist during his short time in the spotlight and has continued to intrigue since. A persistent tale that, as a young man, Johnson sold his soul to the Devil in order to become a more proficient musician has been attached to his biography since his untimely death at age 27—the alleged victim of a poisoning incident at the hands of the jealous husband of a woman with whom Johnson had been flirting.

A hundred years after the birth of its greatest artist, it looks like the blues itself is about to be reborn.

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The complete list of “Blues at the Crossroads: The Robert Johnson Centennial Concerts” tour stops is as follows:

Jan. 28 San Francisco, CA Regency Ballroom

Jan. 29 Costa Mesa, CA Orange County Performing Arts Center

Jan. 30 San Diego, CA (2 shows) Anthology

Jan. 31 Santa Barbara, CA Campbell Hall / UCSB

Feb. 04 Austin, TX Paramount Theatre

Feb. 05 Dallas, TX Lakewood Theatre

Feb. 10 Ann Arbor, MI Hill Auditorium / U of M

Feb. 11 Chicago, IL Orchestra Hall

Feb. 12 Kansas City, MO Uptown Theatre

Feb. 13 Meridian, MS Riley Center / MSU

Feb. 16 Chapel Hill, NC Memorial Hall / UNC Chapel Hill

Feb. 17 North Bethesda, MD The Music Center at Strathmore

Feb. 18 Boston, MA Berklee School of Music

Feb. 24 Ridgefield, CT Ridgefield Playhouse

Feb. 25 Princeton, NJ McCarter Theatre

Feb. 26 Blue Bell, PA Montgomery County Community College

Feb. 27 New Bedford, MA Zeiterion Theater

March 4 Milwaukee, WI Potowatomi Casino

March 5 Omaha, NE Holland Performing Arts Center

March 6 Minneapolis, MN Orchestra Hall

March 8 Urbana, IL Krannert Center – Tyrone Festival Theatre

Al Di Meola Brings Impassioned Live Show Nationwide

Al Di Meola, one of guitar's legendary greats, embarks on his 2011 national tour with the renowned World Sinfonia this February making stops in over 20 U.S. cities, including a four-night residency at NYC's Blue Note.

Whether it's your first World Sinfonia experience or you've seen the group 20 times before, each show will impress with "impassioned, intricate tunes that [wed] jazz, rock and folk traditions" (Hartford Courant). Audiences will be awestruck by the Di Meola's "energetic, emotional roller coasters brimming with fiery passion, delicate arrangements and his inspiring technique" (Arizona Daily Star).

Watch a live performance of "Gumbiero" (from 'Pursuit of Radical Rhapsody')

A pioneer of melding world music and jazz, Al Di Meola dazzles guitar aficionados with his unparalleled technique on both acoustic and electric guitars, as well as his soulful lyricism and sophisticated musicality.  On stage, Di Meola will perform songs from his forthcoming album "Pursuit of Radical Rhapsody," out March 15th on Telarc International, a division of Concord Music Group.

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AL DI MEOLA TOUR DATES 2011

2/17 - Agoura, CA @ Canyon Club
2/18 - Las Vegas @ Green Valley Ranch
2/19 - San Diego, CA @ Anthology       
2/20 - San Juan Capistrano, CA @ Coach House
2/21 - Exeter, CA  @ Orange Blossom Junction
2/23 - Portland, OR @ Orange Blossom Junction
2/24 - Seattle, WA  @  Dimitriou's Jazz Alley
2/25 - Seattle, WA @  Dimitriou's Jazz Alley
2/26 - Seattle, WA @ Dimitriou's Jazz Alley
2/27 - Seattle, WA  @   Dimitriou's Jazz Alley
3/2 - Grants Pass, OR @ Rouge Theater
3/3 - Arcata, CA @ Arcata Theatre Lounge
3/4 - Oakland, CA @ Yoshi's
3/5 - Oakland, CA @ Yoshi's
3/6 - Oakland, CA @ Yoshi's
3/10 - New York, NY @ Blue Note
3/11 - New York, NY @ Blue Note
3/12 - New York, NY @ Blue Note
3/13 - New York, NY @ Blue Note
3/15 - Vienna, VA  @ The Barns- Wolftrap
3/16 - Vienna, VA @The Barns- Wolftrap
3/18 - Nashville, TN @  Schermerhorn Symphony Center
3/19 - Atlanta, GA @  Variety Playhouse
3/20 - Newberry, SC @ Newberry Opera House
3/22 – Fall River, MA – Narrows Center for the Arts
3/23 - Boston, MA  @  Scullers Jazz Club
3/24 - Boston, MA @ Scullers Jazz Club
3/25 - Albany, NY @ The Egg Theatre
3/26 - Buffalo, NY  @ Buffalo State Performing Arts Center
3/27 - Reading, Pa @ Miller Center for the Arts
3/28 - New Hope, PA@ Havana
3/29 - Fairfield, CT @  Stage One
3/30 - Norfolk, CT @ Infinity Hall
4/1 - Miami, FL @  Adrienne Arsht Center for the Arts
4/3 - Austin, TX @  One World Theater

DEAD CENTER at THE BROOKLYN BOWL

The Jam Stampede will perform at their ongoing Dead Center event at Brooklyn Bowl on January 25, 2011.  Michael Falzarano (New Riders, Hot Tuna) and Barry Mitterhoff (Hot Tuna) will join us again after having such a good time last August at the very well received Jerry Garcia Retrospective.

With the help of our good friends Michael and Barry we will again revisit some of the Grateful Dead lore. On this date January 25, 1971, 40 years ago, a very propitious year for the Dead, The NRPS and the Grateful Dead performed at the Seattle Center, Seattle Wash. This was a very common occurrence back at that time and sadly short lived.

In homage to that time and place, Jam Stampede will again mine the Grateful Dead and New Riders catalogue for yet another great Dead Center Show at the Brooklyn Bowl.

Brooklyn Bowl 61 Wythe Avenue Williamsburg Brooklyn NY | Show Date: January 25, 2011

Furthur Spring Tour 2011

Furthur has announced a 3 night run at the 1st Bank Center in Broomfield, Colorado beginning Friday, February 11th through Sunday, February 13th.   Furthur will head back east for an extensive east coast tour beginning Friday, March 4th in Boston, MA at the Orpheum Theatre.

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Furthur's full tour dates here:

Friday February 11th - 1st Bank Center | Broomfield, CO

Saturday February 12th - 1st Bank Center | Broomfield, CO

Sunday February 13th - 1st Bank Center | Broomfield, CO

Friday March 4th - Orpheum Theater | Boston MA

Saturday March 5th - Orpheum Theater | Boston, MA

Sunday March 6th - Orpheum Theater | Boston, MA

Tuesday March 8th - Oakdale Theater | Wallingford, CT

Thursday March 10th - Best Buy Theater | New York, NY

Friday March 11th - Best Buy Theater | New York, NY

Saturday March 12th - Best Buy Theater | New York, NY

Sunday March 13th - Best Buy Theater | New York, NY

Tuesday March 15th - Best Buy Theater | New York, NY

Thursday March 17th - Patriot Center | Fairfax, VA

Friday March 18th - Tower Theater | Upper Darby, PA

Saturday March 19th - Tower Theater | Upper Darby, PA

Sunday March 20th - Tower Theater | Upper Darby, PA

Tuesday March 22nd - Tower Theater | Upper Darby, PA

Wednesday March 23rd - Tower Theater | Upper Darby, PA

Friday March 25th - Radio City Music Hall | New York, NY

Saturday March 26th - Radio City Music Hall | New York, NY

Sunday March 27th - Radio City Music Hall | New York, NY

Tuesday March 29th - Broome County Veterans Memorial Arena | Binghamton, NY

Wednesday March 30th - Petersen Events Center | Pittsburgh, PA

Friday April 1st - Hampton Coliseum | Hampton, VA

Saturday April 2nd - North Charleston Coliseum | Charleston, SC

Sunday April 3rd - Fox Theatre | Altanta, GA

Tuesday April 5th - UCF Arena | Orlando, FL

Wednesday April 6th - Mizner Park Amphitheater | Boca Raton, FL

Alan Hampton Announces More Dates & Shares Tracks

Making the leap from sideman to solo artist, Alan Hampton's debut LP The Moving Sidewalk has been set for release on March 15, 2011 on MRI Associated Labels.
The full length album effortlessly showcases his tender, ashy voice shimmering over lush string trios, Dr. Who synthesizers and finger-picked acoustic guitars all performed by many of Brooklyn's finest musicians. For a preview of what to expect, grab album track "Change Your Mind."
After performing around the world with artists including Gretchen Parlato, Sufjan Stevens, Clare and the Reasons, Robert Glasper and Elizabeth & the Catapult, Hampton announces a NYC Pre-Release Party and national dates to celebrate and debut The Moving Sidewalk.
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Alan Hampton Tour Dates
Jan 3 - Joe's Pub - NY, NY
CD Pre-Release Party
Jan 26 - GIG on the Strip - San Antonio, TX
Jan 27 - Dunn Brothers - Dallas, TX
Jan 29 - Momo's - Austin, TX
Jan 30 - Block 7 - Houston, TX
Feb 10 - Olin Center - Lewiston, ME    Bates College
Feb 12 - Vermont Jazz Center - Brattleboro, VT    
Feb 18 - Riverside Fine Arts Association - Jacksonville, FL    
Apr 7 - Reggatta Bar - Boston, MA
Apr 22 - Wichita Jazz Festival - Wichita, KS    
Apr 23 - Wichita Jazz Festival - Wichita, KS

w/ Gretchen Parlato