Shinedown Kick Off Summer Tour

Shinedown band

Atlantic recording group Shinedown is kick off the summer tonight in Knoxville, Tennessee. The jam-packed schedule is in support of the rock band’s latest album, ‘Amaryllis’, which debuted atop Billboard’s Rock Albums chart and at #4 overall on the Billboard 200 with over 105,000 units sold upon its March release.

Full details and ticket information can be found at

Shinedown features vocalist Brent Smith, drummer Barry Kerch, guitarist Zach Myers and bassist Eric Bass.

Shinedown 2012 Tour Dates
8/17-9/30 w/Rockstar Energy Drink UPROAR Festival

June 29 – Knoxville, TN at Tennessee Theatre
June 30 – N. Myrtle Beach, SC at House of Blues
July 1 – Myrtle Beach, SC at House of Blues
July 3 – Wallingford, CT at Oakdale Theatre
July 5 – Bangor, ME at Bangor Waterfront Pavilion
July 6 – Manchester, NH at Verizon Wireless Arena
July 8 – Montreal, QC at Club Soda
July 9 – Ottawa, ON at Ottawa Blues Fest
July 10 – Toronto, ON at Kool Haus
July 12 – Oshkosh, WI at Ford Festival Park
July 13 – Fargo, ND at The Venue
July 14 – Kearney, NE at Viaero Event Center
July 16 – Evansville, IN at Victory Theater
July 17 – Cincinnati, OH at PNC Pavilion
July 19 – Cadott, WI at Chippewa Valley Rock Fest
July 21 – Mt. Pleasant, MI at Soaring Eagle
July 23 – Winnipeg, MB at The Burton Cummings Theatre
July 24 – Saskatoon, SK at Odeon
July 26 – Edmonton, AB at Edmonton Events Center
July 27 – Calgary, AB at MacEwan Hall
July 28 – Missoula, MT at Adam’s Event Center
July 30 – Billings, MT at Shrine Auditorium
July 31 – Casper, WY at Casper Events Center
August 2 – Bismarck, ND at Bismarck Civic Center
August 3 – Sioux Falls, SD at Sioux Empire Fair
August 4 – Sturgis, SD at Buffalo Chip
August 17 – Bonner Springs, KS at Cricket Wireless Amphitheater
August 18 – Little Rock, AR at Arkansas State Fairgrounds (KDJE Radio Show)
August 19 – St. Louis, MO at Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre
August 21 – Grand Rapids, MI at Rock The Rapids (Downtown)
August 22 – Chicago, IL at First Midwest Bank Amphitheatre
August 24 – Holmdel, NJ at PNC Bank Arts Center
August 25 – Syracuse, NY at TBA
August 26 – Mansfield, MA at Comcast Center
August 28 – Scranton, PA at Toyota Pavilion at Montage Mountain
August 29 – Buffalo, NY at Darien Lake Performing Arts Center
August 31 – Pittsburgh, PA at First Niagara Pavilion
September 1 – Saratoga, NY at Saratoga Performing Arts Center
September 2 – Bristow, VA at Jiffy Lube Live
September 5 – Simpsonville, SC at Charter Amphitheatre at Heritage Park
September 7 – Detroit, MI at DTE Energy Music Theatre
September 8 – Noblesville, IN at Klipsch Music Center
September 9 – Cleveland, OH at Blossom Music Center
September 11 – Raleigh, NC at Time Warner Cable Music Pavilion at Walnut Creek
September 12 – Atlanta, GA at Aaron’s Amphitheatre at Lakewood
September 13 – Tampa, FL at 1-800-ASK-GARY Amphitheatre
September 15 – Houston, TX at Woodlands Pavilion
September 16 – Dallas, TX at Gexa Energy Pavilion
September 18 – Denver, CO at Comfort Dental Amphitheater
September 19 – Salt Lake City, UT at USANA Amphitheatre
September 21 – Spokane, WA at Greyhound Park and Events Center
September 22 – Auburn, WA at White River Amphitheatre
September 23 – Portland, OR at Sleep Country Amphitheater
September 25 – Boise, ID at Idaho Center Amphitheater
September 29 – Phoenix, AZ at Ashley Furniture HomeStore Pavilion
September 30 – Albuquerque, NM at Hard Rock Casino Presents: The Pavilion

Imagine Dragons Join AWOLNATION On Fall Tour

Las Vegas’ Imagine Dragons have announced that they will hit the road this fall with AWOLNATION and indie hip-hop artist Zeale, kicking off September 8th in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The seven week tour will hit major cities in the United States before wrapping on October 25th in Lake Buena Vista, Florida.

“Playing live is something we never get tired of, maybe because we can never predict the insanity that can and usually does happen at a show,” says lead vocalist Dan Reynolds. “There is something deeply personal and yet incredibly exciting about sharing new songs with a live audience.”

Imagine Dragons have also announced a free download of a new acoustic version of their single, ‘It’s Time’, from the new ‘Continued Silence’ EP, performed live on Occidental Saloon. The band are currently in the studio with Grammy Award winning producer Alex Da Kid (Eminem, Rihanna) putting the finishing touches on their full length debut ‘Night Visions’, scheduled for release September 4th.

The ‘Continued Silence’ EP is available now on iTunes via KIDinaKORNER/Interscope Records.

Tour Dates with AWOLNATION:
September 8 – Piazza at Schmidt’s/WRFF Block Party in Philadelphia, PA
September 10 – State Theatre in Portland, ME
September 11 – Great Hall at Union Station in Hartford, CT
September 13 – Altar Bar in Pittsburgh, PA
September 18 – St. Andrews Hall in Detroit, MI
September 19 – Newport Music Hall in Columbus, OH
September 21 – Egyptian Room in Indianapolis, IN
September 22 – The Pageant in St. Louis, MO
September 23 – Uptown Theater in Kansas City, MO
September 27 – The Summit Music Hall in Denver, CO
September 28 – The Summit Music Hall in Denver, CO
October 1 – Knitting Factory Concert House in Boise, ID
October 3 – Roseland Theatre in Portland, OR
October 4 – Roseland Theatre in Portland, OR
October 9 – House of Blues in San Diego, CA
October 10 – The Observatory in Santa Ana, CA
October 11 – Club Nokia Live in Los Angeles, CA
October 15 – Rialto Theatre in Tucson, AZ
October 16 – Sunshine Theater in Albuquerque, NM
October 18 – Emo’s East in Austin, TX
October 20 – House of Blues in Dallas, TX
October 23 – Tabernacle in Atlanta, GA
October 24 – The Ritz Ybor in Tampa, FL
October 25 – House of Blues-Orlando Lake Buena Vista, FL

Paradise Lost Releases Free ‘Lost In Time’ Greatest Hits Digital Sampler

Paradise Lost rock

After gracing the June cover of Decibel Magazine and recently releasing their thirteenth studio album, ‘Tragic Idol’, to critical acclaim, gothic/doom metallers Paradise Lost will be coming back to the United States this fall with the Devin Townsend Project and Katatonia for the “Epic Kings & Idols Tour” – Paradise Lost’s first North American run in five years.

In addition to new release ‘Tragic Idol’ (out now on Century Media Records), six classic Paradise Lost albums will be re-issued by The End Records on August 28. ‘Tragic Idol’ was released April 24th and debuted with the strongest first-week sales in the band’s history en route to charting in more than a dozen countries worldwide.

To celebrate the occasion, Paradise Lost has released a free digital sampler (limited to 4,400 downloads) on Metal Entitled ‘Lost In Time’, this “greatest hits” sampler features artwork by Anthony Clarkson and is comprised of one track from each of Paradise Lost’s thirteen albums. Check out the album stream to read an exclusive track commentary by the band at

Paradise Lost 'Lost In Time'

Lost In Time track-listing:
1. “Our Saviour” [Lost Paradise, 1990]
2. “Eternal” [Gothic, 1991]
3. “As I Die” [Shades Of God, 1992]
4. “True Belief” [Icon, 1993]
5. “Hallowed Land” [Draconian Times, 1995]
6. “Say Just Words” [One Second, 1997]
7. “Nothing Sacred” [Host, 1999]
8. “Mouth” [Believe In Nothing, 2001]
9. “Erased” [Symbol Of Life, 2002]
10. “Forever After” [Paradise Lost, 2005]
11. “The Enemy” [In Requiem, 2007]
12. “Faith Divides Us” [Faith Divides Us – Death Unites Us, 2009]
13. “Honesty In Death” [Tragic Idol, 2012]

Dates for the “Epic Kings & Idols Tour” are below. Tickets are on-sale now.

“Epic Kings & Idols Tour” Dates:
Sept. 4 – Seattle, WA at Studio 7
Sept. 5 – Vancouver, BC at Commodore
Sept. 7 – San Francisco, CA at Great American Music Hall
Sept. 8 – Los Angeles, CA at El Rey Theater
Sept. 9 – Phoenix, AZ at Marquee Theater
Sept. 11 – Houston, TX at Warehouse Live Studio
Sept. 12 – Dallas, TX at Trees
Sept. 13 – Lawrence, KS at Granada
Sept. 14 – Denver, CO at Summit
Sept. 16 – Minneapolis, MN at Station 4
Sept. 17 – Chicago, IL at Bottom Lounge
Sept. 18 – Pittsburgh, PA at Mr. Smalls
Sept. 19 – Toronto, ON at Opera House
Sept. 20 – Montreal, QC at Cafe Campus
Sept. 21 – Worcester, MA at Palladium
Sept. 22 – Philadelphia, PA at TLA
Sept. 23 – New York, NY at Irving Plaza
Sept. 24 – Baltimore, MD at Rams Head Live

Grave ‘Endless Procession Of Souls’ Out August 28th


Grave will release their 10th studio album ‘Endless Procession Of Souls’ on August 27th in Europe and on August 28th in North America via Century Media Records. ‘Endless Procession Of Souls’ was recorded at Studio Soulless and featuring nine tracks of death metal.

In support of this upcoming release, the Swedish death metal band will be touring North America with Morbid Angel and Dark Funeral this September/October. In regards to the album and tour, founding member Ola Lindgren (vocals/guitar) commented:
Grave will return to North America in September, sharing the madness with our comrades in Morbid and Dark Funeral. After the successful ‘Into the Grave’ sets we did in September last year, it will be very exciting to come back to promote the new album ‘Endless Procession of Souls’, which will be released August 28th in North America (Aug 27th in Europe) through Century Media Records. This killer bill is in extremo deluxe and will show you what brutality is all about…Beware the Winds of Chains!

Dark Funeral guitarist Lord Ahriman added:
We are extremely proud to announce our participation in the upcoming MORBID ANGEL tour throughout North American territories this fall. We will march alongside our Swedish comrades GRAVE and American death metal-bezerkers VADIMVON, and it is without a doubt that this very tour will surely be remembered as one of the most extreme tours of all time. Hence, we command all our loyal North American metal-demons to come out and celebrate utter darkness every night. It’s time to ignite the black flame and show the world that the force of extreme metal is unrelenting.

All upcoming tour dates are below:
Sep 21 – Atlanta, GA at The Masquerade
Sep 22 – Louisville, KY at Headliner’s Music Hall
Sep 23 – Columbus, OH at Screamin Willie’s
Sep 24 – Washington, DC at Howard Theater
Sep 26 – New York City at B.B. King’s
Sep 27 – Pittsburgh, PA at Altar Bar
Sep 28 – Philadelphia, PA at The Trocadero
Sep 29 – Worcester, MA at The Palladium
Sep 30 – Montreal, QUE at Club Soda
Oct 1 – Toronto, ONT at Opera House
Oct 2 – Cleveland, OH at Peabody’s
Oct 4 – Joliet, Il at Mojoe’s
Oct 5 – St. Paul, MN at Station 4
Oct 6 – Des Moines, IA at Peoples Court
Oct 7 – Englewood, CO at Gothic Theater
Oct 8 – Salt Lake City, UT at The Complex
Oct 10 – Seattle, WA at El Corazon
Oct 11 – Portland, OR at Hawthorne Theater
Oct 12 – San Francisco, CA at Slim’s
Oct 13 – Sacramento, CA at Ace Of Spades
Oct 14 – Anaheim, CA at The Grove
Oct 15 – Tempe, AZ at Marquee Theatre
Oct 17 – Dallas, TX at Trees
Oct 18 – Houston, TX at Scout Bar
Oct 19 – San Antonio, TX at Backstage Lounge

States Sign To Tooth & Nail Records

States band

States has signed to Tooth & Nail Records and will be re-releasing an upgraded version of ‘Room to Run’ on June 19th. In support, the indie rock band is currently on tour with The Rocket Summer. States materialized after Copeland disbanded. Guitarist brothers Bryan and Stephen Laurenson began conceptualizing their new creative musical venture and the duo acquired Mindy White, formerly of Lydia. Then, ex-Copeland drummer Jonathan Bucklew and bassist Dean Lorenz joined the lineup. “The guys have past experience of working with Tooth & Nail, and I know they’re really glad to be reunited! We feel so blessed to have States a part of the Tooth and Nail Family,” says frontwoman, Mindy White.

States 'Room To Run'

‘Room to Run’ Track Listing:
1. Timebomb
2. Captivating Me
3. Right or Not
4. Everlasting
5. Versus the Mirror
6. As Good As It Gets
7. Can’t Explain
8. Generation
9. Waiting (For Too Long)
10. Follow It Home
11. Time to Begin (Acoustic)
12. Another Chapter (Acoustic)
13. Follow It Home (Demo)
14. As Good As It Gets (Rollerskate Remix)
15. Waiting (For Too Long) (Demo)
16. The Wrong One
17. Brighter Lights

States Tour Dates:
June 6 – Pomona, CA at The Glass House
June 7 – Las Vegas, NV at Hard Rock Café(Vegas Strip)
June 8 – San Diego, CA at The Irenic
June 9 – Scottsdale, AZ at Martini Ranch
June 11 – Salt Lake City, UT at Club Sound
June 12 – Denver, CO at The Summit Music Hall
June 14 – Houston, TX at Warehouse Live(Studio)
June 15 – Dallas, TX at Granada Theatre
June 16 – Austin, TX at The Parish
June 19 – Petersburg, FL at The State TheatreSt
June 20 – Orlando, FL at The Social
June 21 – Atlanta, GA at The Masquerade
June 22 – Richmond, VA at Kingdom
June 23 – Baltimore, MD at Sonar
June 25 – New York, NY at Highline Ballroom
June 26 – Philadelphia, PA at 1st Unitarian Church
June 27 – Cambridge, MA at The Middle East
June 28 – Montreal, Canada at La Tulipe
June 29 – Toronto, Canada at Virgin Mobile Mod Club
July 1 – Pontiac, MI at Crofoot Ballroom
July 3 – Chicago, IL at The Bottom Lounge
July 4 – St Paul, MN at Station 4
July 6 – Lawrence, KS at Granada Theatre

The Xcerts To Support Young Guns European Tour

The Xcerts band

The Xcerts will be supporting Young Guns on their forthcoming European tour after becoming friends with the band when supported them on their UK tour at the end of 2011. The Xcerts were recently due to support Guns N’ Roses on their forthcoming UK arena shows but have been forced to pull out from the bill as Guns N’ Roses are now only able to run with one support band due to “logistical reasons”.

Young Guns European Tour
Oct 19 – Belgium, Antwerp at Trix
Oct 20 – Netherlands, Eindhoven at Dynamo
Oct 21 – France, Paris at La Scene Bastille
Oct 27 – Switzerland, Geneva at Le Contremps
Oct 28 – Germany, München at 59 to 1
Oct 30 – Germany, Berlin at C Club
Oct 31 – Germany, Hamburg at Mephisto
Nov 1 – Germany, Koln at Luxor
Nov 2 – Germany, Lingen at Alter Schlachthof
Nov 3 – Germany, Kaiserslautern at Kammgarn
Nov 5 – Italy, Roma at Traffic
Nov 6 – Italy, Bolzano at RnRoll Arena
Nov 9 – Czech, Prague at Rock Café
Nov 10 – Poland, Poznan at Minoga
Nov 11 – Poland, Warsaw at Hydrozagadka
Nov 13 – Germany, Leipzig at Conne Island
Nov 14 – Germany, Stuttgart at Juha West
Nov 15 – Swiss, Zurich at Dynamo
Nov 16 – Netherlands, Utrecht at Tivoli De Helling

King’s X To Tour With Kansas This Fall

King's X

King’s X will return to the North American tour circuit this fall as direct support to Kansas. In regards to this upcoming trek, King’s X bassist/vocalist dUg Pinnick commented: “I’ve been a huge Kansas fan since the beginning. I remember sitting on the floor with my friends listening to the just released record ‘Song for America’…Fast forward to years later, King’s X is going on tour with them!! It is an honor to be doing shows with them. This is gonna rock!!”

With King’s X drummer Jerry Gaskill and lead guitarist Ty Tabor also onboard for the North American trek, these dates will mark the band’s first tour since Gaskill’s remarkable recovery from a major heart attack earlier this year. “Not too long ago I was thinking I might not ever get back on a stage, now I’m ready and with the ok from all my doctors,” said Gaskill. “What better way to get back than to tour with the legendary Kansas. Let’s rock…”

King’s X will be touring in support of ‘Live Love In London’, the live CD/DVD follow-up to their latest studio release, ‘XV’. ‘Live Love In London’ is the most expansive King’s X live offering to date, a career-encompassing package featuring ‘It’s Love’, ‘Over My Head’, ‘Black Flag’, ‘Lost In Germany’ and more. Recorded live January 22, 2009 at the Electric Ballroom, the 3-disc CD/DVD package (also available as a 2-CD set) showcases the amazing live performances that King’s X have been delivering to fans around the world for the past 25 years.

Kansas original member and guitar virtuoso Richard Williams added, “We are really looking forward to the upcoming shows with King’s X. They’re a great band and a force to be reckoned with. It’s a tour like this that allows us to dig a little bit deeper into our catalogue and play a few songs that Kansas fans haven’t heard for a while. It’s gonna be a lot of fun!”

On select dates, the one-man band That 1 Guy (featuring Mike Silverman) will open the show. All confirmed tour dates are below with more dates to be added soon. Tickets are on-sale June 15, 2012 unless otherwise noted.

King’s X tour dates feat. Kansas
September 13 – New York, NY at Best Buy Theater
September 14 – Bethlehem, PA at Sands Bethlehem Events Center
September 15 – Atlantic City, NJ at Borgata Spa & Resort – Music Box
September 21 – St. Charles, IL at Arcadia Theater * / **
September 22 – Minneapolis, MN at The Myth ** / ***
October 5 – Salina, KS at Steifel Theatre for Performing Arts *
October 6 – Kansas City, MO at Uptown Theatre
October 12 – Montgomery, AL at Alabama National Fair ***
October 14 – Dallas, TX at State Fair of Texas ** / ***
October 19 – Little Rock, AR at Arkansas State Fair
* Tickets on sale June 1
** King’s X is not confirmed for this date
*** THAT 1 GUY is not confirmed for this date

Spineshank To Embark On Headlining Tour, Releasing New Album June 19th

Spineshank rock

Grammy nominated alt-metal group Spineshank has announced that they will be heading out on their first headlining tour in over 6 years. Making up for the long absence from the road, the band has set dates for a lengthy tour spanning nearly two months. Supporting bands will be announced shortly and a list of confirmed dates can be seen below.

This month will also see the band release their brand new album ‘Anger Denial Acceptance’, with a June 19th release in North America via Century Media Records. The album is the their first studio release in nearly a decade. “This is by far the proudest I have ever been of any Spineshank record,” says guitarist Mike Sarkysian. “‘Anger Denial Acceptance’ is the darkest and the most honest this band has ever been.”

Headlining Tour Dates:
June 14 – Las Vegas, NV at The Bunkhouse
June 15 – Salt Lake City, UT at In The Venue (Club Sound)
June 16 – Denver, CO at Moe’s
June 18 – Wichita, KS at Lizard Lounge
June 19 – Lincoln, NE at Knockerbockers
June 20 – St. Paul, MN at Station 4
June 21 – Merriam, KS at Aftershock
June 22 – Des Moines, IA at Vaudeville Mews
June 23 – Fargo, ND at The Nestor Tavern
June 24 – Duluth, MN at Clyde Iron
June 27 – Steger, IL at Another Hole In The Wall
June 28 – Peoria, IL at The Brass Rail
June 29 – Flint, MI at Machine Shop
June 30 – Battle Creek, MI at Planet Rock
July 1 – Fort Wayne, IN at Hammerhead’s
July 3 – St. Louis, MO at The Fubar
July 5 – Cleveland, OH at Peabody’s
July 6 – Dayton, OH at McGuffy’s
July 7 – Toledo, OH at Headliners
July 8 – Rochester, NY at Montage Music Hall
July 10 – Poughkeepsie, NY at The Loft
July 11 – Queens, NY at The Hall Of Fame Music Gall
July 12 – Manchester, NH at Rockos
July 13 – Providence, RI at The Ruins
July 14 – Baltimore, MD at Recher Theatre
July 15 – Trenton, NJ at Championship
July 18 – Spartanburg, SC at Ground Zero
July 19 – Marietta, GA at 120 Tavern and Music Hall
July 20 – Longwood, FL at Shovel Heads
July 21 – Jacksonville, FL at Brewsters Pit
July 22 – Satellite Beach, FL at Sports Page
July 25 – Dallas, TX at Trees
July 27 – Harker Heights, TX at Amis
August 1 – Farmington, NM at Top Deck
August 2 – Phoenix, AZ at Rocky Point Cantina
August 3 – West Hollywood, CA at Whisky A Go Go

Spineshank 'Anger Denial Acceptance'

Spineshank ‘Anger Denial Acceptance’ Track Listing:
1. After The End
2. Nothing Left For Me
3. Anger Denial Acceptance
4. I Want You To Know
5. Murder Suicide
6. The Endless Disconnect
7. I Am Damage
8. Ploratio Morbus
9. Everything Everyone Everywhere Ends
10. The Reckoning
11. God Complex (Anger)
12. Motive Method Opportunity (Denial)
13. Exit Wounds (Acceptance)

Joie De Vivre Announce European/UK Tour Dates With Football, etc.

Joie De Vivre

Rockford, Illinois emo band Joie De Vivre announced their European/UK tour dates which kick off June 13th in Prague. Houston, Texas emo band Football, etc. will be their support for most of the UK dates. Joie De Vivre will be touring in support of their new album, ‘We’re All Better Than This’, due out in June on Count Your Lucky Stars.

Football, etc. continue to support ‘The Draft’, released last year on CYLS. The album is now available in its second pressing.

Joie De Vivre 2012 European tour dates:
June 13 – Czech Republic – Prague – Chapeau rouge
June 14 – Germany – Berlin – Marie Antoinette w/ Tera Melos
June 15 – Denmark – Kolding – venue TBA
June 16 – Denmark – Copenhagen – Musikcafeen
June 17 – Sweden – Stockholm – Club 43
June 18 – Sweden – TBC
June 19 – Norway – Oslo – Revolver
June 21 – Germany – Hamburg – Frappant
June 22 – Germany – Mainz – Haus Mainusch
June 23 – Germany – Menden – Autonumzentrum
June 24 – Switzerland – Porrentruy – Galerie du Sauvage
June 25 – Italy – Milan – TBA
June 26 – France – Toulouse – Connexion w/ Prawn & Ape up!
June 27 – Spain – San Feliu – venue TBA
June 28 – France – Clermont Ferrand – Le Raymond Bar
June 29 – France – Paris – La Miroiterie
June 30 – UK – Milton Keynes – Craufurd Arms (matinee)*
June 30 – UK – Sheffield – Tye Die Tapes HQ*
July 1 – UK – York – Stereo (matinee)*
July 2 – UK – Newcastle – The Central
July 3 – UK – Leeds – Fox & Newt*
July 4 – UK – Swansea – Mozarts*
July 5 – UK – Cornwall – Live bar*
July 6 – UK – Brighton – Sticky Mike’s Frog Bar*
July 7 – UK – London – About Time Festival @ The Bussey Building*
July 8 – Belgium – Antwerpen – JC Den Eglantier (matinee)
July 8 – Holland – Enschede – The Loch
July 9 – Germany – Aachen – AZ
* = with Football, etc.

Football, etc. solo dates:
July 8 – Manchester
July 9 – Nottingham

The Bunny The Bear On Tour With Modern Day Escape

The Bunny The Bear

The Bunny The Bear are set to hit the road in support of their debut album ‘If You Don’t Have Anything Nice to Say…’ next month, beginning June 7th in Fullerton, California. The Buffalo, New York post hardcore band will be joining Dr. Acula as support acts for Modern Day Escape. Check out the tour schedule below.

The Bunny The Bear Tour Dates:
June 7 – Fullerton, CA at Riff House
June 8 – Las Vegas, NV at Area 702
June 9 – Bakersfield, CA at Scrambler Park
June 11 – Tacoma, WA at Hell’s Kitchen
June 12 – Seattle, WA at El Corazon
June 14 – Ogden, UT at Mojo’s
June 15 – Englewood, CO at Moe’s Original
June 16 – Lincoln, NE at Knickerbockers
June 17 – Des Moines, IA at Vaudeville Mews
June 19 – Peoria, IL at The Brass Rail
June 20 – Joliet, IL at Mojoe’s
June 21 – Portage, IN at Camelot Hall
June 22 – Cleveland, OH at Peabody’s
June 23 – Allentown, PA at Crocodile Rock
June 24 – Buffalo, NY at Club Infinity
June 25 – Trenton, NJ at Championships
June 26 – New York, NY at Webster Hall
June 27- Towson, MD at Recher Theater
June 28 – West Springfield, VA at Empire
June 29 – Jacksonville, NC at Hooligans
June 30 – Fayetteville, NC at Rock Shop
July 1 – Atlanta, Ga at Masquerade
July 2 – Spartanburg, SC at Ground Zero
July 3 – Nashville, TN at The Muse
July 5- Oklahoma City, OK at The Conservatory
July 6 – Houston, TX at Scout Bar
July 7 – San Antonio, TX at The Green Room