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The Mynabirds Stop By Daytrotter, Kick Off Tour Today

Laura Burhenn has had a busy year.  She released What We Lose In The Fire We Gain in the Flood (Saddle Creek), her acclaimed debut album as The Mynabirds, and opened for everyone from Al Green to Built to Spill.  Burhenn and her band also recently stopped by Daytrotter to record a session, which was just posted today.  Click HERE to listen to them perform 3 songs off the album plus the new song “Lemon Tree,” which was recorded for the first time.  The band is also about to hit the road on a national tour, including dates with Crooked Fingers and David Bazan.

After the break-up of her former band, Georgie James, Burhenn wrote a collection of songs that meditated on the themes of loss and recovery.  She recorded the compositions with Richard Swift and the results are the ten tracks on What We Lose.  A potent mix of soul, gospel, and country, Burhenn created The Mynabirds’ aesthetic based on how she thought Neil Young would sound doing Motown.  Serendipitously, she later found out that Young once collaborated with Rick James for a Motown project under the name The Mynah Birds!  Click HERE for more info on The Mynabirds, plus photos and mp3’s to listen to.

The Mynabirds Fall Tour Dates:

09/02: Oklahoma City, OK @ The Conservatory
09/03:  Austin, TX @ The Mohawk&
09/05:  Tucson, AZ @ Club Congress&
09/06:  San Diego, CA @ Soda Bar&
09/07:  Los Angeles, CA @ Spaceland&
09/08:  San Francisco, CA @ Café Du Nord&
09/10:  Seattle, WA @ Sunset Tavern&
09/11: Portland, OR @ Mississippi Studios&
09/16:  Chicago, IL @ Lincoln Hall*
09/17:  Detroit, MI @ Magic Stick*
09/18:  Toronto, ON @ Lee’s Palace*
09/19:  Montreal, QC @ Il Motore*
09/21:  Burlington, VT @ Club Metronome*
09/22:  Cambridge, MA @ TT The Bear’s*
09/24:  Brooklyn, NY @ Brooklyn Bowl*
09/25:  Washington DC @ Black Cat*
09/26:  Charlottesville, VA @ The Southern*
09/27:  Carrboro, NC @ Cat's Cradle*
09/28:  Atlanta, GA @ The Earl*
09/29:  Nashville, TN @ Exit/In*
10/01:  Jacksonville, FL @ Jack Rabbits*
10/02:  Orlando, FL @ The Social*
10/03:  Tallahassee, FL @ The Engine Room*
10/05:  Birmingham, AL @ The Bottletree*
10/06:  New Orleans, LA @ One Eyed Jacks*
10/07: Shreveport, LA @ The Collective

* = w/ David Bazan
& = w/ Crooked Fingers

EOTO Announces Fall Tour Spanning Both Coasts

Consummate road dogs EOTO just announced a jam-packed fall tour with headlining dates spanning both coasts before topping off a wildly successful 2010. The 30+ day tour will kick off on September 21st featuring 11 dates with DJ's MiMOSA and MartyParty on the west coast and then beginning in October the duo will fly solo in the Mid-West before heading east for the remainder of the winter.

Throbbing bass and thudding beats are the signatures of this project from drummers Michael Travis and Jason Hann. Born out of their shared love of electronic dance music, EOTO's M.O. is to take the free-wheeling party vibe of a DJ set to the next level by using organic instruments, innovative performance technology, and uncharted musical exploration. Live drums, guitars, and keys, and vocals are mixed, remixed, and sampled on the fly using cutting-edge programs. This is all done without a script, and without a net.

Hann plays a hyper EQ'd drumkit, chock full of multi-touch screens and MIDI controllers, and throws a number of effects on his otherworldly vocal styles. Travis takes on subsonic frequencies, generating the band's crushing low end with analog, digital, and software synthesizers, occasionally picking up guitar or a bass guitar and showing off his proficiency with instruments of all shapes and sizes.

Hann, has been playing percussion professionally since the age of 12. Years of collaborating, touring, and recording with the likes of Youssou N'Dour, Isaac Hayes, Dr. Dre, Loreena McKinnett, SCI, and a slew of other established artists running the gamut from Latin jazz to R 'n' B and soul allows him to move fluidly between styles. Adding to this is his depth in African and Latin drumming traditions, allowing the futuristic EOTO sound to keep itself rooted in the past.

For the last 16 years, Travis has been the drumming octopus in SCI. He morphs roles to melodic multi-instrumentalist in EOTO, providing the raw basslines and harmonic tapestry that fill out the soundscape of the duo. Both Hann and Travis have the chops and stamina for physically demanding, EOTO improvised sets, which have been known to go upwards of 4 straight hours.

"When we're playing live for 3 hours a night, it's like playing tribal drums in a ceremony," Hann explains. "I'm looking at one person at a time out there, and thinking "what can I do to make you dance?"

Hann and Travis play almost 200 shows a year, together, EOTO has played more than seven hundred unique showcases in 48 different states in the five years since the project's inception. Each set is recorded and released (www.livedownloads.com) so fans can capture their unique EOTO dance throwdown, reliving the experience again and again.

TOUR DATES INCLUDE:

21-Sep-10 Moe's Alley Santa Cruz, CA
22-Sep-10 Belly Up Tavern Solana Beach, CA
23-Sep-10 Music Box Los Angeles, CA
24-Sep-10 103 Harriet San Francisco, CA
25-Sep-10 Wurk Reno, NV
26-Sep-10 Blu Nightclub South Lake Tahoe, NV
28-Sep-10 McNear's Mystic Theatre Petaluma, CA
29-Sep-10 Arcata Theatre Arcata, CA
30-Sep-10 Wow Hall Eugene, OR
1-Oct-10 Wonder Ballroom Portland, OR
2-Oct-10 Neumos Crystal Ball Reading Room Seattle, WA
8-Oct-10 Bourbon Theatre Lincoln, NE
9-Oct-10 The Ogden Theatre Denver, CO
15-Oct-10 Granada Theater Dallas, TX
16-Oct-10 La Zo Na Rosa Austin, TX
31-Oct-10 The Granada Lawrence, KS
2-Nov-10 2720 Cherokee St.Louis, MI
3-Nov-10 The Canopy Club Urbana, IL
4-Nov-10 Majestic Live Madison, WI
5-Nov-10 Epic Minneapolis, MN
7-Nov-10 The Intersection Grand Rapids, MI
8-Nov-10 Blind Pig Anne Arbor, MI
9-Nov-10 Rex Theater Pittsburgh, PA
10-Nov-10 Tralf Music Hall Buffalo, NY
11-Nov-10 The Westcott Theater Syracuse, NY
12-Nov-10 Higher Ground Burlington, VT
13-Nov-10 Port City Music Hall Portland, ME
17-Nov-10 World Cafe Live Philadelphia, PA
19-Nov-10 Brooklyn bowl Brooklyn, NY
20-Nov-10 Paradise Rock Club Boston, MA
23-Nov-10 Headliners Music Hall Louisville, KY
25-Nov-10 Southbound Knoxville, TN

The Devil Makes Three announce even more fall tour dates

After playing the Outside Lands Music Festival earlier this month, The Devil Makes Three add even more tour dates to their ever-expanding fall tour.
The Devil Makes Three Tour Dates:
Sept 10 - Positive Pie - Montpelier, VT
Sept 15 - Sun Music Hall - Floyd, VA
Sept 16 - 5 Spot - Nashville, TN
Sept 17 - Downtown Bristol - Bristol, VT
Sept 19 - Smith's Olde Bar - Atlanta, GA
Sept 20 - One Eyed Jack's - New Orleans, LA
Sept 21 - Emo's Austin - Austin, TX
Sept 25 - Humboldt Hills Hoedown - Mateel Community Center - Redway, CA
Sept 30 - Harlow's - Sacramento, CA
Oct 1 - The Phoenix Theater - Petaluma, CA
Oct 5 - Domino Room - Bend, OR
Oct 7 - The State Room - Salt Lake City, UT
Oct 8 - Ogden Theater - Denver, CO
With more dates to come throughout 2010!

Greensky Bluegrass Featured on CNN, Announces Nationwide Fall Tour

Greensky Bluegrass has had an incredible summer so far.  The Kalamazoo, MI-based ‘newgrass’ quintet tours nationally and were recently featured at the Rockygrass Festival in Lyons, CO, on the main stage at the legendary Grey Fox Festival in upstate New York and performed in front of an audience of thousands at the All Good Festival in West Virginia. The quintet delighted campers at the All Good Festival by performing a surprise midnight to sunrise ‘Guerilla Grass’ jam session that was captured by CNN and featured here.

Greensky Bluegrass has quickly become one of the most exciting touring acts on the road today performing their trademark sound nationwide at over 160 spirited shows a year to critical acclaim. This energy is captured perfectly on their new double live release, All Access: Volume One, the first in a series of recordings of select shows from the road.  With dates lining up for a fall tour across the West, Midwest, Mid-Atlantic, South and Southwest, the future for Greensky Bluegrass is sure to be bright.

Greensky Bluegrass Fall Tour Dates:
August 21 – Hoxeyville Music Festival – Hoxeyville, MI
August 26 - Tres Hombres - Carbondale, IL
August 27 - Lindberg's - Springfield, MO
August 28 - River Jam Festival - Fort Smith, AR
September 1 - three20south - Breckenridge, CO
September 2 - Hodi's Half Note - Fort Collins, CO
September 3 - Ghost Ranch - Steamboat Springs, CO
September 4 - Agave - Avon, CO
September 5 - Electric Avenue Festival - Denver, CO
September 17 - Recipe Family Cookout - Terra Alta, WV
September 18 - RiverGrass - Ironton, OH
September 20 - Clementine Café - Harrisonburg, VA
September 21 - Canal Club - Richmond, VA
September 22 - Double Door Inn - Charlotte, NC
September 23 - Berkeley Cafe - Raleigh, NC
September 24 - Mellow Mushroom - Asheville, NC
September 25 – The Pour House - Charleston, SC
September 26 - Smith’s Olde Bar - Atlanta, GA
October 13 - Fox Theater - Boulder, CO
October 14 - Belly Up - Aspen, CO
October 15 - The Eldo - Crested Butte, CO
October 16 - Abbey Theatre - Durango, CO
October 19 - Orpheum Theater - Flagstaff, AZ
October 20 - The Compound Grill - Phoenix, AZ
October 21 – Winston’s - San Diego, CA
October 23 - Boom Boom Room - San Francisco, CA
October 26 - Red Fox Tavern - Eureka, CA
October 28 - Applegate River Lodge - Applegate, OR
October 29 - Mt. Tabor Theater - Portland, OR
October 30 - Mt. Tabor Theater - Portland, OR
October 31 - The Tractor - Seattle, WA
November 6 - High Noon Saloon - Madison, WI
January 4 – 9 – Jam Cruise – The Caribbean

Singer/Songwriter MARTIN SEXTON "sugarcoats" his way to Boulder, CO

MARTIN SEXTON will be appearing in Boulder, CO on Saturday, September 25th at Chautauqua Auditorium.

His new CD, Sugarcoating was released April 6th, 2010.

New Song Boom Sh-Boom:  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GyNgGPxDTkk

Check out more Martin Sexton dates here.

And get more up-to-date news on Martin here.

Fall solo tour going on now.  Get them here!

Check out some Grateful Web coverage on Martin here.

And a bit more here. :)

Pretty Lights Drops Second (Of Three!) EP's of 2010

Pretty Lights, the ultra-versatile Colorado-based producer dropped his second EP of 2010, Spilling Over Every Side, late yesterday via www.PrettyLightsMusic.com. Spilling Over Every Side is the second in a trilogy of EP’s due this year. The first installment, Making Up A Changing Mind, was released March 2nd in the same fashion, with the third and final due out later this fall. Fans have gone crazy for this self-release model;
the albums have been downloaded nearly a million times.

Pretty Lights is headlining the legendary Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Morrison, CO on August 7th! The 9,500 capacity venue SOLD OUT more than two weeks in advance. Opening the show will be Mimosa, Emancipator, and Zion I; all in addition to Pretty Lights’ two sets (including a special downtempo set).

Pretty Lights is also excited to announce the addition of a new drummer, Adam Deitch, beginning with Wanderlust Festival on July 30th in California this weekend.  He has done session/live work for everyone from Wyclef and Eve to Justin Timberlake in addition to his own projects Break Science and Lettuce. Expect Pretty Lights shows to be taken to a whole new level!

Pretty Lights will be announcing fall tour dates soon, so keep your eye out!

Upcoming Pretty Lights Tour Dates

07/3 SQUAW VALLEY, CALIFORNIA Wanderlust Festival
08/07 MORRISON, COLORADO Red Rocks Amphitheatre
08/14 SAN FRANCISCO, CA Outside Lands
08/14 SAN FRANCISCO, CA The Independent (night show)
08/25 KNOXVILLE, TN The Valarium
08/26 MEMPHIS, TN Minglewood Hall
08/28 NEW ORLEANS, LA CAC Warehouse
09/03 CHICAGO, IL North Coast Music Festival
09/04 NEW YORK, NY Electric Zoo Festival
09/05 AUSTIN, TX Nocturnal Festival
09/25 SANTA BARBARA, CA West Beach Festival

GRACE POTTER & NOC'S GOOD MORNING AMERICA, ENTERS BILLBOARD #20!

Fueled by lead single "Tiny Light," their incendiary live shows and rave reviews from critics nationwide, the self-titled album from GRACE POTTER & THE NOCTURNALS (Hollywood Records/Ragged Company) enter Billboard's Top 200 at # 20, Billboard's Rock Album Chart at #3 and Billboard's Digital Album Chart at #9.

The group, praised by Rolling Stone as one of the "Best New Bands of 2010," delivered an electrifying performance of "Tiny Light" on yesterday's Good Morning America and return to television July 15th for an appearance on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno.

The Boston Herald compared the group to the "Rolling Stones (circa Exile On Main Street), fronted by a young Etta James/Tina Turner/Bonnie Raitt-type singer while "The New York Post lauded the album with a 4-star review, declairing the "Vermont group hits peak... Potter and company deserve the hype." Oprah's O Magazine compared Potter to the likes of Bonnie Raitt and Lucinda Williams, Rolling Stone said that the record "bursts with promise," and the Dallas Morning News gave the disc an A calling it "an auspicious effort that definitely needs to be heard."

The band is currently on a headlining tour, including several dates on the Lilith Fair (see below).

Tour Dates for GPN are as follows:

June 19       Cleveland, O2H        Beachland Ballroom                        (headlining)
June 22       Spanish Fort, AL       Blue Gill Amphitheatre                   (headlining)
June 23       Birmingham, AL        WorkPlay Theatre                          (headlining)
June 24       Memphis, TN           Minglewood Hall                             (headlining)
June 25       Fort Smith, AR         Fort Smith Riverfront Blues Festival       
**June 27   Calgary, AB              McMahon Stadium                          Lilith Fair
**June 28   Edmonton, AB         Rexall Place                                      Lilith Fair
**July 1      Vancouver, BC          Ambleside Park                                    Lilith Fair
**July 2      Portland, OR             Sleep Country Amphitheater          Lilith Fair
**July 3      Seattle, WA             The Gorge Amphitheatre                Lilith Fair
July 5          Aspen, CO               Belly Up
July 6           Morrison, CO           Red Rocks Amphitheatre
July 8          Kansas City, KS         Crossroads                                      (headlining)
July 9          Minneapolis, MN        Basilica Block Party                        + GPN on prior to Spoon
July 10        Louisville, KY            Forecastle Festival                         
July 11        Masontown, WV       All Good Festival                           
July 13        Dewey Beach, DE     Bottle & Cork                                 (headlining)
July 16        Camden, NJ             XPoNential Music Festival             
July 17        Alta, WY                 Targhee Festival                            
July 23        Atlanta, GA             Variety Playhouse                           (headlining)
July 24        Asheville, NC            Bele Chere Festival                        
July 25        Floyd, VA                Floydfest                                         
Aug. 14       Burlington, VT         Lake Champlain Maritime Festival         
Aug. 21       Davenport, IA          River Roots Live Festival                         
Aug. 28       Paola, KS                 Paola Roots Festival
Sept. 11    Boston, MA                Life is Good Festival                                                    

More dates to be announced.

My Morning Jacket to Perform 5 Shows @ NYC's Terminal 5!

Eleven years into their career, Louisville’s My Morning Jacket have released five highly acclaimed, classic albums, the live concert album and DVD Okonokos,  and have been revered for their legendary live performances.  With such an expansive catalogue, it’s been impossible in recent years for the band to perform every last MMJ favorite for one venue… that is, until this October.  In an unprecedented move, New York City’s Terminal 5 will be presenting a historic five night run of shows where the band will perform one of their albums in its entirety on each night.

The stint will kick off on Monday, October 18th with a performance of the Jacket’s debut, 1999’s The Tennessee Fire, and will be followed chronologically by their other four full-lengths, ending with 2008’s Evil Urges on Saturday the 23rd.  After the given album is performed each night, the audience will be treated to a mix of favorites from the band’s catalog as well.  The series of shows are sure to put a magnifying glass over the chameleonic band’s history, highlighting their remarkable tendency to perpetually evolve.

All of the dates will individually go on sale June 18th but for fans who want the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity of experiencing all five nights, there will be a special pre-sale.  Five-show ticket packages will go on sale June 14th.  As with their current upcoming headlining tour dates in August, the band will be donating $1 from each ticket to a local charity.  Please see below for more info on each charity and to purchase tickets, head over to www.terminal5nyc.com.

October 18 - The Tennesee Fire / Charity: Safe Haven of Pike County
www.safehavenofpikecounty.org

October 19 - At Dawn / Charity: The Innocence Project
www.innocenceproject.org

October 21 - It Still Moves / Charity: 826NYC
www.826nyc.org

October 22 - Z / Charity: New York Cares
www.newyorkcares.org

October 23 - Evil Urges / Charity: Sustainable South Bronx
www.ssbx.org

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

This Will Destroy You Heading on Tour

If they haven’t already destroyed you, Texas post-rockers This Will Destroy You, will do just that. After conquering Europe with their cinematic brand of post-rock, the quartet — comprised of with a line-up of guitarists Chris King and Jeremy Galindo, bassist/keys Donovan Jones and drummer Alex Bhore — returned to the U.S. newly invigorated. They went straight to the studio and began recording their much-anticipated album, Tunnel Blanket, with critically acclaimed producer John Congleton (Explosions in the Sky, Modest Mouse, Chairlift). The Congleton sessions found the band taking an evolutionary step forward from their previous release, S/T. The end result, Tunnel Blanket, explores darker, more challenging territories than their previous releases.

Performing new material from Tunnel Blanket, This Will Destroy You is heading on the road this summer. Kicking off in their home state of Texas on May 26th, the band will perform a series of dates on the East Coast and in the South.

This Will Destroy You Tour Dates

05/26 DENTON, TX @ The Boiler Room

05/27 AUSTIN, TX @ The Mohawk

05/28 SHREVEPORT, LA @Silver Lake Ballroom

05/29 BIRMINGHAM, AL @ Bottletree

05/30 TAMPA, FL @ New World Brewery

06/01 JACKSONVILLE, FL @ Jack Rabbit’s

06/02 ATLANTA, GA @ The Drunken Unicorn

06/03 NEWPORT, KY @ Southgate House

06/04 CHICAGO, IL @ Lincoln Hall

06/05 TORONTO, ON @ Rivoli Cabaret

06/06 MONTREAL, QC @ Petit Campus

06/07 ALISTON, MA @ Great Scott

06/08 BROOKLYN, NY @ Knitting Factory

06/09 NEW YORK, NY @ Mercury Lounge

06/10 WASHINGTON, DC @ DC9

06/11 PHILADELPHIA, PA @ Kung Fu Necktie

06/12 CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA @ Random Row Books

06/13 CHAPEL HILL, NC @ Local 506

06/15 CHARLESTON, SC @ The Oasis

06/16 KNOXVILLE, TN @ Pilot Light

06/17 NASHVILLE, TN @ The End

06/18 NEW ORLEANS, LA @ Saturn Bar

06/19 HOUSTON, TX @ Mango’s