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They Might Be Giants Announce First Leg of International Tour!

They Might Be Giants new album, Join Us, is the recording that their fans have been waiting 20 years for! Impossibly catchy, sometimes strange and always original the album is a stunning return to form. On Join Us we find the Brooklyn originals have returned to rock and to their singular sensibility that made them an instant phenomenon in the world of alternative rock. Join Us is an electrifying mix of clever, maddeningly catchy songwriting and studio mastery. The album was created in the brand new private studio of their long-time collaborator Patrick Dillett (David Byrne, Mary J. Blige, Tegan and Sara, Doveman). Join Us will be released in all digital and physical outlets July 19, 2011 through Idlewild/Rounder Records.


The record opens with “Can’t Keep Johnny Down” -- a summer-perfect pop single that will get instantly stuck in your head and make you want to roll down the windows. Immediately following, the caffeinated fuzz of “You Probably Get That a Lot” will command you to pogo! “When Will You Die” features TMBG’s own formula for punk.

The short and sweet  “Judy Is Your Viet Nam” tells an anthemic tale of unrequited infatuation.  The pure folk-pop of “Old Pine Box” showcases the band's signature harmonies, handclaps and the always popular, never anticipated vocoder. The wit TMBG are known for is at it’s finest on Join Us, album closer “You Don’t Like Me” has lyrical gems like “I can see the future like it’s in the past”.  Check out the “Can’t Keep Johnny Down” MP3 HERE.

They Might Be Giants unlikely success story started nearly three decades ago with their Dial-A-Song service. High energy, low budget videos broke them into heavy rotation on MTV and the rest would soon become alternative rock history.  Along the way the band has become the recipients of two GRAMMYs and a platinum record (1990’s Flood). They recorded numerous themes including The Daily Show with Jon Stewart, their GRAMMY-winning theme Malcolm In the Middle and many more.

They Might Be Giants will launch the first leg of their first international tour in over a decade this Fall, hitting 6 countries and over 50 US cities. Notorious for their energized live show, don’t miss TMBG live in your city!

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They Might Be Giants Tour Dates

6/11: Toronto, ON @ Luminato Festival FREE CONCERT
7/15: London, UK @ Koko
7/16: Southwold, UK @ Latitude Festival
7/29: Brooklyn, NY @ Williamsburg Waterfront w/Eugene Mirman FREE CONCERT
9/8: New Haven, CT @ Toad's Place
9/9: Great Barrington, MA @ Mahaiwe Theatre
9/10: Concord, NH @ Capitol Center for the Arts
9/11: Norwich, VT @ Open Air Theatre
9/13@ Ithaca, NY @ State Theatre
9/14: Pittsburgh, PA @ Byham Theatre
9/15: Rochester, NY @ Harro Ballroom
9/16: Cleveland, OH @ Beachland Ballroom
9/17: Detroit, MI @ Majestic Theatre
9/20: Cincinnati, OH @ Southgate House
9/21: Louisville, KY @ WFPK Presents Waterfront Wednesdays
on Harbor Lawn at Waterfront Park (2011 Season Finale)
9/22: Indianapolis, IN @ The Vogue
9/23: Chicago, IL @ Riviera Theatre
9/24: St. Louis, MO @ The Pageant
9/25: Kansas City, MO @ Folly Theatre
9/27: Nashville, TN @ Cannery Ballroom
9/28: Asheville, NC @ Orange Peel
9/29: Richmond, VA @ The National
9/30: Philadelphia, PA @ Theatre of Living Arts
10/1: Boston, MA @ Berklee Performance Center,
(2 shows, 6:30pm & 9pm)

2011 Furthur Summer Tour Dates

Furthur will be heading on the road in the Summer of 2011 for a tour that will bring them up and down the east coast, featuring returns to some of the hottest stops on the Spring Tour of 2011 including Boston, Philadelphia, Georgia and Florida, and loads of other great places. Check out all dates and other information here.

The ticketing information for all shows except All Good and GOTV is below.

Mail-Order: Accepting postmarks from April 9th, 2011 until May 20th, 2011.
Internet Pre-Sale: Noon EST on April 11th, 2011 and end 6:00pm EST on April 14th, 2011.
Public On Sale: View the Tour page.

Rex Foundation Positive News & New Solar Energy Connection

The Rex Foundation community of grantees and supporters provide positive news to remind us of all the good work being done every day to address current challenges.

Check out our recently published Food for Thought feature about the International Senior Lawyers Project (ISLP), recipient of the 2004 Rex Foundation Bill Graham Award.  As you will see, since 2001, ISLP has been providing much needed legal expertise to help nations across the world effectively deal with major challenges from natural disasters to political upheaval.  Even as we read about the current struggles in the Middle East, ISLP is providing helpful expertise and guidance.

Last month, Sarah Crowell, Artistic Director of Rex Grantee Destiny Arts Center, was honored by San Francisco's Public TV Station KQED as a 2011 "Women's History Hero".  Here is more information about the honor, and why Sarah's work and that of Destiny Arts Center are so deserving of this recognition.

Knowing that migrating to renewable energy, along with conservation, is vital to environmental health, we are pleased to announce a connection with Sungevity, a company seeking to expand availability of affordable solar energy while also supporting non-profit work.  Click here to get the details on how Sungevity's solar energy lease program might work for your home and, if so, how Rex will be supported as well.

The Rex Foundation is honored to be a vehicle for charitable contributions to support the essential work of grassroots non-profit programs, like HeadCount, pictured here.   The following are different ways you can help support Rex Foundation work while also enjoying great music and connection:

  • Join Kuli Loach on Sunday, April 17 when they will play Grateful Dead music at the historic Blue Moon in Seattle, WA, helping celebrate the venue's 77th anniversary while also supporting Rex.  Here are the details. We thank Kuli Loach and all the other musicians and businesses who are part of the Rex Musical Caravan for their ongoing generosity and support of Rex and grassroots giving. E-mail us at info@rexfoundation.org or call 415-561-3134 to get on board the Caravan.
  • We are excited to announce the release of 12 tracks of outstanding music from the December 4, 2010 Rex Benefit Concert "The Wheel - A Musical Celebration of Jerry Garcia." Enjoy the unique musical experience that took place at The Fillmore in San Francisco, bringing together Jesse McReynolds, Peter Rowan, David Nelson and their respective band members to play Jerry Garcia/ Robert Hunter and traditional American roots songs together. Click here for the full story of the connections the gifted musicians shared with Jerry Garcia, as well as to obtain the download versions and CD of the music, and see all who have made this release possible.
  • Check out the "Support Rex's Work" page of our website to see how you can make a charitable contribution, while also enjoying music, Rex merchandise and other goodies.

National Jazz Museum in Harlem Events, April 4 - April 10, 2011

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

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Monday, April 4, 2011

Jazz for Curious Readers

Art Taylor: Notes and Tones, a celebration

7:00 – 8:30pm

Location: NJMH Visitors Center

(104 E. 126th Street, Suite 2C)

FREE | For more information: 212-348-8300

Notes and Tones is one of the most controversial, honest, and insightful books ever written about jazz. As a black musician himself, Arthur Taylor asked his subjects hard questions about the role of black artists in a majority white society. Free to speak their minds, these musicians offer startling insights into their music, their lives, and the creative process itself. Notes and Tones consists of twenty-nine no-holds-barred conversations which drummer Arthur Taylor held with some of the most influential jazz musicians in jazz—including: Thelonious Monk, Erroll Garner, Elvin Jones, Nina Simone, Miles Davis, Dizzy Gillespie, and Dexter Gordon.

Arthur Taylor drummed with Coleman Hawkins, Bud Powell, Sonny Rollins, Charlie Parker, Miles Davis, John Coltrane, Thelonious Monk, and dozens of others. He was called ”one of the great drummers to come out of the fertile Harlem bebop scene” (New York Times) and ”one of the best bandleaders living or dead” (Village Voice). His band, Taylor’s Wailers, recorded several albums, and was based in New York City up until Taylor's death in 1995.

We welcome you to join this celebration of a classic of jazz literature.

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Tuesday, April 5, 2011

Jazz for Curious Listeners

It Don't Mean a Thing: Great Jazz Rhythm Sections

7:00 – 8:30pm

Location: NJMH Visitors Center

(104 E. 126th Street, Suite 2C)

FREE | For more information: 212-348-8300

Count Basie's All American 4

The Count Basie Orchestra's All American rhythm section appropriately initiates our focus this month on great rhythm sections. Basie (piano), Walter Page (bass), Jo Jones (drums), and Freddie Green (guitar) together perfected what, after Louis Armstrong's style modeled it, became known as swing. From the mid-30's to early 40's, the Count Basie Orchestra popularized this feeling, contributing to the period of American history called the Swing Era. These four men blended into a "cohesive whole greater than the sum of its parts," as Loren Schoenberg, Executive Director of the National Jazz Museum in Harlem put it in The NPR Curious Listener's Guide to Jazz.

We invite you to swing on through to our Visitor's Center for this free event in which the sounds of Lester Young and the All American rhythm section will reign once again.

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Thursday, April 7, 2011

Harlem Speaks

James Spaulding, flutist/saxophonist

6:30 – 8:30pm

Location: NJMH Visitors Center

(104 E. 126th Street, Suite 2C)

FREE | For more information: 212-348-8300

James Spaulding has established his reputation as a masterful soloist for ensemble performances, and for many years was among the busier sidemen for Blue Note Records. An exceptional saxophonist and flutist, he is one of the many fine artists to come out of the Indianapolis, Indiana area. James is a modernist, with solid roots in classical jazz; his saxophone style is an extension of the Charlie Parker influence, but his overall concept incorporates much of the broad jazz saxophone heritage.

Spaulding's musical training started early, as he came from a musical family in his place of birth Indiana (his father was a professional musician who played the guitar and led his own big band, traveling throughout the country). James began playing a bugle when he was in grade school. He later took up the trumpet and saxophone on his own, and while in high school studied clarinet. He made his professional debut playing around Indianapolis with an R&B group.

From 1954 to 1957, Spaulding was in the army playing in service bands. When he was discharged, he settled in Chicago where he performed in clubs leading his own group, and had a stay with the Sun Ra Orchestra. He also furthered his flute studies there at the Chicago Cosmopolitan School of Music. In 1962, he arrived in New York City, and subsequently was associated with notables such as Freddie Hubbard, Bobby Hutcherson, Max Roach and the Ellington Orchestra.

In 1975, he received a bachelor's degree in music from Livingston College in New Jersey where he taught flute as an adjunct professor. James' daughters, Gina and Yvonne Spaulding were on the cover of his very first recording: The Legacy of Duke Ellington, recorded in 1975. Mr. Spaulding's range of performance experiences extends nationally and internationally, from the concert stage to jazz clubs to colleges and street fairs. His original music, a suite entitled "A Song of Courage," was performed by him with full orchestra and choir at the Voorhees Chapel at the Rutgers University campus from funds awarded him by the National Endowment for the Arts. He has been recorded on over 100 recordings.

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Sunday, April 10, 2011

Special Event: Mingus on Film with Loren Schoenberg

Sunday, April 10, 2011 | 2:00pm

Cantor Arts Center, Stanford University

328 Lomita Drive, Stanford, CA 94305

FREE|for more information: 650-723-4177

Loren Schoenberg, Director of the National Jazz Museum in Harlem, concludes the Remember Mingus series with an afternoon of rare film footage, live concert clips, and lively discussion about Charles Mingus’ music, life and legacy.

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Sunday, April 10, 2011

Loren Schoenberg with the Gunn School Jazz Band, Music of Jazz Great Charles Mingus

Community School of Music and Arts at Finn Center

230 San Antonio Circle, Mountain View, CA 94040

FREE|for more information: 650-917-6800

Stanford Lively Arts performance offering musical excerpts and conversation with Loren Schoenberg.

Eddie Vedder Announces June/July Solo Tour

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

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

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

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

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

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

Timber Timbre Unveils Video & Tour Dates

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

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

WATCH TIMBER TIMBER’S “WOMAN” VIDEO NOW

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TIMBER TIMBRE ON TOUR:

April 2 - Peterborough, ON @ Murray Street Baptist Church

April 7 - Hamilton, ON @ Centenary United Church

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

April 9 - Ottawa, ON @ First Baptist Church

April 11 - Boston, MA @ Brighton Music Hall

April 12 - Philadelphia, PA @ World Cafe Live

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

April 14 - Brooklyn, NY @ Galsslands

April 16 - Montreal, QC @ Corona Theatre

May 19 - Pontiac, MI @ Pike Room

May 20 - Chicago, IL @ Schubas

May 21 - Evanston, IL @ Space

May 22 - Mikwaukee, WI @ Cactus Club

May 24 - Minneapolis, MN @ Bryant Lake Bowl

May 26 - Winnipeg, MB @ Park Theatre

May 27 - Saskatoon, SK @ Amigo's

May 28 - Calgary, AB @ Central United Church

May 29 - Edmonton, AB @ Avenue Theatre

May 31 - Victoria, BC @ Alix Goolden Hall

June 1 - Vancouver, BC @ The Vogue Theatre

June 3 - Dawson, YT @ Dawson City Music Festival

June 5 - Whitehorse, YT @ Yukon Arts Centre

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

GAYNGS Announce US 2011 Spring Tour

GAYNGS will be kicking off their 2011 U.S. Tour in Minneapolis, MN. A bunch of the twenty-plus contributors on the Relayted album will be there, including Justin Vernon and Mike Noyce of Bon Iver, ringleader Ryan Olson, Zak Coulter and Adam Hurlburt of Solid Gold. Jake Luck of Leisure Birds, Ivan Rosebud of The Rosebuds, Brad Cook and Joe Westerlund of Megafaun, and Mike Lewis of Andrew Bird and Happy Apple will all be there too!

GANYGS have been garnering a wide variety of critical acclaim ranging from the New York Times to the BBC.  Most recently they were named in Stereogum's prestigious top 40 Best New Bands Of 2010 . They have also been included in a number of Best of 2010 lists; being named #13 on NME's Top 50, #22 on The Guardians Top 40, #11 onThe Quietus' Top 40, and #25 on Uncut Magazine's Top 50.

After SXSW, GAYNGS will be heading west to play a handful of west coast dates, including the prestigious Coachella Music & Arts Festival and Sasquatch Music Festival. Don't miss this one of a kind band!!

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US DATES:

03/06/11 - First Avenue - Minneapolis, MN

03/11/11 - Stubb's BBQ - Austin, Texas

03/13/11 - 35 Conferette Festival - Denton, Texas

03/17/11 - Mohawk/ SXSW - Austin Texas

03/18/11 - Lustre Pearle/ Dickies Party / SXSW - Austin , Texas

04/15/11-17 - Coachella Music & Arts Fest - Indio, California

05/28/11- Doug Fir Lounge - Portland, Oregon

05/29/11    Sasquatch Music Festival - Quincy, Washington

06/01/11 - The Independent- San Francisco, California

06/04/11- The Casbah - San Diego, California

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

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