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Thursday, Nov 30, 2017

Thursday, Nov, 30 2017

I know that feeling of not wanting to get out of bed….BUT this is a good one!  Brave Words and The Pulse Of Radio say Shinedown singer Brent Smith and bassist Eric Bass performed the song “Second Chance” from a bed in a video they shared on Tuesday (Nov 28th) as part of the Bedstock Challenge on what was labeled “Giving Tuesday.” The band said in a statement, “We are asking everybody to give the healing power of music to those who need it most today. We challenge you to sing a song from bed for sick kids across the country who can’t get out of bed.

Smith told us a while back that music to him was always a means to get through personal struggles: “I’ve always told people that we write songs because it’s cheaper than therapy. You have to talk about the things that drive you crazy, and you have to talk about the things that make you happy. It lets you know that you’re alive. Every day is a gift, it really is. I don’t feel like there’s anything corny about saying that, because you’re not promised tomorrow.”

Bedstock.com is a one-of-a-kind online music festival, where artists play from bed for sick kids stuck in theirs. It helps raise funds and awareness for MyMusicRx, a program that delivers the healing power of music to hospitalized kids across the country. This year marked the fourth Bedstock event and featured in-bed performances from artists like Shinedown, Ed SheeranNick JonasRingo Starr, the Breedersand nearly 100 more.

MyMusicRx is the flagship program of the Children’s Cancer Association and utilizes bedside and digital music medicine programs to engage hospitalized kids across the country, relieving stress, anxiety, and perception of pain.

Brent Smith and Shinedown guitarist Zach Myers will embark on the “Songs For The Soul: An Intimate Acoustic Evening” tour, billed as Smith & Myers, starting tomorrow, Friday (Dec 1st) in Fort Lauderdale, FL. Shinedown has also been working on its sixth studio album. I hear it will be out in April.

Blabbermouth and The Pulse Of Radio reporting Avenged Sevenfold guitarist  Synyster Gates has launched The Synyster Gates School, a completely free online school that offers guitar tutorials, contests, merchandise, concert tickets and unreleased behind-the-scenes footage from Gates and his father, acclaimed session guitarist Brian Haner Sr. The school will offer insight into how father and son practice, write, record and perform, using interactive playthroughs, synced music notations and tablature, audio and video recordings, guided step-by-step instructions and more.

Students who sign up early will get a chance to win a free private guitar lesson with Gates.The guitarist said in a statement, “My dad and I have been working on this for close to four years now and it’s exceeded both of our expectations. This is beyond a school, this is a community where everyone can go to learn and participate with great reward.

Gates told us a while back that the band members’ home and family lives have changed very little over the years: “The cool thing about this band is when we actually do go home, the whole Avenged Sevenfold atmosphere and how big we have gotten doesn’t affect us when we’re at home. We’re just really good friends that just hang out together and see our parents and write at our parents’ houses and stuff like that. Nothing that much has changed.”

Avenged Sevenfold will release a deluxe edition of its latest album, The Stage, on Dec 22nd and will begin a North American headlining tour on Jan 12th, the day the vinyl version will be released, in Nashville with special guests Breaking Benjamin and Bullet For My Valentine.

Before that, Avenged drummer Brooks Wackerman will sit behind the drum kit on Late Night With Seth Meyers from Monday, Dec 4th through Thursday, Dec 7th.

In addition, frontman M. Shadows says that the band’s Grammy nomination for “Best Rock Song” for “The Stage” was “a nice surprise.” It’s the first-ever Grammy nod for the Southern California-based group comprised of Shadows, guitarists Synyster Gates and Zacky Vengeance, bassist Johnny Christ and drummer Brooks WackermanAlso nominated in the “Best Rock Song” category were Metallica‘s “Atlas, Rise!”K.Flay‘s “Blood In The Cut”Nothing More‘s “Go To War” and Foo Fighters‘ “Run”.

“Every year the nominations have come out, and we’ve had some pretty big records, and every year we’ve never gotten anything,” the singer told Los Angeles Times. “So we kind of wrote it off as, ‘We’re probably never going to get one, and that’s the way it is.’ So it was a nice surprise.

Asked if the nomination feels like a validation, Shadows said: “It’s coming at a good time for us. I think when we were younger, all these things were, like — we don’t care about the awards, we were just kind of out there. And I think some perspective on our career and perspective on how these things work, we’re just really grateful at this point in our lives to be able to get the nod and show up. and it’s rock song, so it’s a televised award and we’re really grateful for that. And to be in there with Foo Fighters and Metallica and all those bands, we’re just excited. We’re going against some Goliaths, but it’s not about the win. We’re just really happy to be recognized.”

The 60th annual Grammy Awards, which will be held on Sunday, January 28, 2018 at Madison Square Garden in New York City and broadcast on CBS at 7:30 p.m. ET.

Slash says goodbye to his Beverly Hills home he once shared with his ex-wife Perla and their sons.  The Guns N’ Roses guitarist sold his mansion in the Mulholland Estates, a guard-gated community in the Beverly Hills area of Los Angeles, to rapper Big Sean for $8.7 million, according to TMZ. Slash put the house on the market in June 2015 for $11 million, but that price came down in April 2016 to $10.5 million and in August 2016 by another million to $9.5 million.

The 10,971-square-foot, three-story Tuscan Villa-like home on Clerendon Road includes a two-story entry, state-of-the-art theater, massive double center island kitchen, lower level nightclub and entertainment room with an elevated DJ booth and custom LED lighting, and a soundproof recording studio. It also boasts a steam shower and oversized spa tub in the master bedroom suite, a game room, library, family room, French doors and more.

Slash and his then-wife bought the home in 2009 for $7.3 million. Their neighbors at the time reportedly included reality TV queen Paris Hilton, British pop star Robbie Williams and actor Charlie Sheen.

Slash was born in England but moved to Los Angeles when he was five, telling us a while back that he spent his formative years in the Hollywood area: “You know, when I moved to Los Angeles, I was like five, and I’d been raised in that area, sort of Laurel Canyon area and the Sunset Boulevard area. And I’ve always lived there and everything significant that ever happened in my life as far as like putting one step in front of the other all happened in that neighborhood.”

Slash filed for divorce from Perla in December 2014 after 13 years of marriage, citing “irreconcilable differences.” He has joint custody of their two sons, 15-year-old London and 13-year-old Cash.

The reunited Guns N’ Roses, featuring Slash, singer Axl Rose and bassist Duff McKagan, completed a North American arena tour on Wednesday (November 29th) with a hometown show in Los Angeles. The band has no other dates on its schedule for now until it launches a European trek next June. There is no word yet on whether future plans include a new album or simply more touring by this semi-classic lineup of the group.

Ah, Lars. It’s good to be in one of  the world’s biggest rock bands! On Nov 9, Metallica drummer Lars Ulrich was interviewed by Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff as part of this year’s DreamforceSalesforce‘s annual user conference, in San Francisco, California. You can now watch the chat below. A couple of excerpts follow (transcribed by Blabbermouth.net).

On how Metallica’s music has managed to survive and grow, crossing generations:

Lars: “It’s pretty crazy, 35 years in, that people still care at the level that they do. We just played three weeks in Europe. We’re playing on a small in-the-round stage, and every single — and this is not to pat ourselves on the back, but more how dumbfounded we are about this stuff still happening — in every single building we just played in Europe in the last two, three weeks, we set a house attendance record, because we get more people in because our stage is smaller. These are the big indoor arenas in London, Birmingham, Glasgow, Belgium… They’re all between 18 and 23 thousand — their version of the hockey and basketball arena. But it’s pretty crazy that we continue to set attendance records. We’re having the best year for Metallica in probably a quarter of a century. And it should be no secret that we’re obviously not quite a young as we used to be, but it’s amazing that still at the concerts, half the audience that are down at the front row are 14 years old, 12 years old. They raise their hand when James [Hetfield], our singer, asks who’s seeing Metallica for the first time. And it’s amazing that half the audience are experiencing Metallica literally for the first time live. That is a crazy thing. It’s, like, do they not know that we’re old enough to be their parents? [Laughs] So we’ve had a lot of good fortune, and we’re very appreciative and humbled. And I think the one thing that happens to you as you get older is that as you get older and you raise families yourself and so on, that’s when you can really open your eyes and take it all in, slow down long enough to realize the moments that you’re in, bringing people together, connecting people through music. You know, when we were 22 years old, we never stopped long enough to know what was going on, but now, 30 years later, you can really feel that impact that you’re having on a global scale. So it’s been an amazing, amazing year. And we still have about another year and a half of touring left. So we’re just getting started. [Laughs]”

On the reasons for Metallica‘s enduring success:

Lars: “I think it’s two-fold. Number one is that from a creative point of view, you have to be willing to always look ahead rather than look behind. You have to turn over every rock, every stone and open your eyes, open your ears, be inspired, let those influences and all that great culture — whether it’s music, whether it’s art, whether it’s film; whatever it is — just take you, and you have to be open to letting the process take you where it’s gonna go. It becomes this interesting dichotomy between sort of steering it but also being open to letting… almost like hanging on, letting it kind of go where it’s going and just making sure it doesn’t derail, like a train, kind of. So, for 35 years, we’ve tried to never look back when we were making records, always try to challenge ourselves and see what else was out there that could inspire us to let the music take us some place differently. Secondly, when you’re in a group, when you’re in a collective, you really have to know how to work with other people. You have to learn empathy, you have to learn… when somebody else is steering, when you’re gonna take a backseat and when you… that balance point about it’s really important that this idea solidifies itself to somebody else in the band. Even though I may not personally agree with it a hundred percent, in terms of the balancing points of an internal dynamic that works in a group setting, you have to just know how to work with other people. When you’re 20 years old in a group, in a music group, that’s like being in a gang, and that’s easy. When you’re 50 years old and everybody gets their own patterns, and you talk to anybody — whether they’re in The Rolling Stones or our friends in U2 or the Red Hot Chili Peppers or any of the great bands that have been through Dreamforce in the last couple of years, being in a collective, being in a group, being in a band in your 50s requires a lot of work. We spend more time internally in Metallica on just making the band function. We spend more resources on making the band function in terms of giving everybody the space they need. You know, somebody needs to take spring break off to go with their kids — we’re not working that week. Somebody needs this, somebody needs that… It’s all an open door, because the minute you do something that’s gonna put a bandmember in a position of doing something where he has something else in his head, that’s the beginning of the end. So you’ve gotta spend a lot of time working on the collective and the group dynamics. We somehow turned a corner maybe 10, 15 years ago — we all grew up a little bit, and we sort of reprioritized our outlook on life. The first 20 years of Metallica, it was the band first and the individual and the family second. And about 10, 15 years ago, we swapped the model, and now it’s the individual and the families first and Metallica second, and that has given us a functioning dynamic that has… We’re in better shape than we’ve ever been, and that’s part of the reason, I think, we’re enjoying the best time we’ve had in 25 years.”

In other Metallica news, yesterday we told you about the gift the Danish Prime Minister gave to the Indonesian President.  Turns out, Indonesian president Joko “Jokowi” Widodo will have to file a report with the country’s Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) regarding the METALLICA “Master Of Puppets” box set he received from Danish prime minister Lars Løkke Rasmussen.

Since the gift technically constitutes a form of gratification, it must legally be reported to the KPK, according to Coconuts JakartaThe law is to prevent politicians from receiving gifts that could be considered a form of bribery. “The President is planning to report the gift of the Metallica vinyl records to the KPK,” presidential spokesperson Johan Budi said.

Um, can you imagine if you had to report every gift you were ever given?   Yikes!

Celebrating life today:  John Moyer of Disturbed is 44 and Billy Idol is 62!


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Wednesday, Nov 29, 2017

Wednesday, Nov, 29 2017

“This has been 15 years in the making.”  That’s how the press release read yesterday on this amazing tour for 2018! A Day To Remember continued, “Celebrate with us and special guests Papa Roach, Falling In Reverse and The Devil Wears Prada in February and March. We’ll be playing our favorite songs from our full catalog so you won’t want to miss it!”  See Road Rage for the complete list of shows!

How cool!   Pearl Jam found an awesome way to promote their new live CD/DVD.   ”Let’s Play Two” is a a live album and concert documentary about their 2016 performances at Wrigley Field. Since the shows were during the Cubs’ championship season, they’ve now created an (8 bit browser) baseball game online. It’s a homerun hitting contest set at Chicago’s Wrigley Field where you can choose animated members of Pearl Jam to play the game.

If you win, you get an autographed Cubs baseball and a customized bat. You can also check out the Pearl Jam’s Twitter feed to play, too.

Rhonda’s Kiss, an organization that helps cancer patients in need, last month announced that Jane’s Addiction will headline the third annual benefit concert on Friday, Dec 8 at the Palladium in Hollywood, CA. The L.A. based collective The Hellcat Saints — Jerry Cantrell (Alice In Chains), Josh Freese (Devo, Nine Inch Nails), Billy Duffy (The Cult), Dave Kushner (Velvet Revolver), Franky Perez (Apocalyptica), Scott Shriner (Weezer), and many more — will open the show. Proceeds from the concert event will benefit the Cedars-Sinai Samuel Oschin Comprehensive Cancer Institute and further the mission of Rhonda’s Kiss, supporting programs to assist cancer patients, and helping those who receive a cancer diagnosis make ends meet during treatment.  If you’re in the LA area, tickets for the one-night-only concert are available here.

Blabbermouth reporting Metallica guitarist Kirk Hammett recently spoke with Metal Magnitude about his collection of vintage movie posters, many of which were recently on display at the Peabody Essex Museum in Salem, MA in an exhibit called “It’s Alive! Classic Horror And Sci-Fi Art From The Kirk Hammett Collection”. The full chat can be streamed above. A few excerpts follow (as transcribed by BLABBERMOUTH.NET):

On collecting:

Kirk: “There’s a whole field dedicated to restoration and preservation of movie posters, and there’s a complete field of experts that all they do is restore and preserve movie posters for museums, for collectors, for business and whatnot. I’m connected to all the best people, because I want all the best work done on my posters. I don’t do that stuff myself — I was told not even to attempt to do anything like that myself because I’d probably do more harm than good — but knowing that there’s incredible people out there, when I find a movie poster and it’s, like, tattered, and it looks like it’s about to fall apart into a million pieces, I know that I can take it to someone who can put it together and, like a Frankenstein monster, piece it into something that comes alive again.

“There’s posters that when I first started collecting 25 years ago, I only dreamed of having, because there was no known copies of it. I used to dream of having a ‘Frankenstein’ three sheet and a ‘Mummy’ three sheet, and I have them now, and it’s amazing. It just goes to show that if you’re patient enough and you stay in a hobby long enough, good things eventually show up. Good things happen.”

On whether he has plans for similar exhibits elsewhere:

Kirk: “For me, the collection, I’m always looking to expand it. I’m always on the hunt for future stuff, so whenever people ask me about the collection, the very first thing I ever think about is, ‘What are my plans for recent acquisitions?’ That’s what I think about first — ‘How do I contribute to the collection?’ The idea is to bring this collection all over the world in whatever way we can, to get it seen by as many people as possible.”

On Metallica‘s immediate future:

Kirk: “We’re going to be on tour for the next couple years. Hopefully we won’t take eight years to put out another album. Things are moving ahead on that, and right now, our main thing is to make it through the tour in one piece.”

Hammett released a coffee table book in 2012 called “Too Much Horror Business” that featured photos of his extensive collection of monster and horror memorabilia.  He displayed a portion of his collection in the “Kirk’s Crypt” exhibition during the 2012 and 2013 Orion Music + More festivals.  Kirk is also known as the Fear FestEvil horror convention organizer.

In other Metallica news, I absolutely love this story that music is the connection to the world! 

Danish prime minister Lars Løkke Rasmussen presented Indonesian president Joko “Jokowi” Widodo with a signed box set of Metallica‘s seminal third album Master Of Puppets during a state visit earlier today (Tuesday, Nov 28) at the Bogor Palace in Indonesia. In return, Jokowi, gave Rasmussen a rencong (traditional dagger from Aceh), according to The Jakarta Post.

“Prime Minister Rasmussen understands my favorite [music],” Jokowi said of the Masters Of Puppets expanded reissue, which was made available earlier in the month.

The LP has been remastered for the most advanced sound quality and was made available in various physical configurations, including Standard LP, Standard CD, three-CD Expanded Edition, and Limited Edition Deluxe Box Set. It was also made available available digitally as a Standard CD, a three-CD Expanded Edition and a Digital Deluxe Box Set.  Bonus content in the set ranges from previously unreleased demos, rough mixes, interviews and live tracks to a 108-page hardcover book, DVDs, handwritten lyrics and more.

Jokowi‘s copy of the Masters Of Puppets box set came with the signature of  drummer Lars Ulrich, who was born in Denmark. The album itself was recorded in Copenhagen between September and December 1985.

The 56-year-old Widodo, who served as governor of Jakarta before being elected president in 2014, attended Metallica‘s August 2013 concert in the city — 25 years to the day after the release of the band’s fourth album, …And Justice For All, and more than 20 years after their tumultuous first show in Indonesia.

“I am happy and satisfied with the concert,” Widodo said after the performance. “No one got out of control. We showed them that Jakarta citizens are all dignified. We could rock the night away in an orderly fashion.”

Back in May 2013, Widodo had to turn over his autographed Metallica bass guitar to the government temporarily, while authorities determined whether the instrument was merely a gift or a violation of ethics rules. Widodo received the bass from bassist Robert Trujillo, but had to give it up to the state within 30 days, according to laws regarding gifts to state officials.  Widodo has professed love for heavy metal bands like MetallicaMegadethLamb Of God and Napalm Death in the past.  Gotta LOVE that!  mm/ (Thanks Blabbermouth!)



Blabbermouth also says Alter Bridge vocalist Myles Kennedy was recently interviewed by James Geiser of Antihero Magazine. The full chat can be streamed below. A few excerpts follow (as transcribed by BLABBERMOUTH.NET):

On Alter Bridge‘s recent performances with a 52-piece orchestra at London’s Royal Albert Hall:

Myles: “You know, why not? We just thought, ‘It’s been 13 years — what haven’t we done?’ We felt that a fair amount of our catalog would work well in that environment, thinking that strings and all of the dynamics you could incorporate… being able to paint a musical canvas with that as well as just guitar, drums and bass would be really fun. I have to say, it far exceeded our expectations. We weren’t really sure how the whole thing would be received or how it would go, but I remember the first day of rehearsals, I had a lot of goosebumps — a lot of hair-raising moments where it was obvious they were bringing something really magical to the entire process, which we loved getting to experience.”

On whether the band plans to do any similar shows in the future:

Myles: “I would love that. After we did those two shows, we definitely got to talking, and I think everybody agreed that we need to find a way to do this again, though there are a lot of things we’d need to do to make that happen. It’s a lot of people to take out. It’s different when you have a four-piece band versus a big orchestra, but if we can make it work logistically, I’m sure we will approach it in the future. There’s just something about hard rock and metal with that very symphonic, orchestrated element that just seems to work. You can’t say that about every genre of music, but I feel like with some things, it’s like chocolate and peanut butter — it just goes together well.”

On how he juggles his various musical commitments:

Myles: “It’s certainly been busy, and that’s a good thing. In 2017, as a musician, if you can stay busy doing this, you’re very fortunate. The traveling part of it, if you ask most any touring musician, it’s probably high on the list as far as what’s difficult — not to be a whiner, but that part of it can kind of, just from a physical side, can beat you up if you’re not sleeping right, not eating right. But with that said, you get to play music; you get to get up on stage; you get to connect with the fans; and hopefully that will refill the well, so to speak. If you’re feeling a little haggard from road life, then that energy will hopefully will fill the tank, so it kind of balances itself out.”

On where he thinks his work ethic comes from:

Myles: “It’s a delicate balance. There are days when I wish I could clone myself, but somehow, I’ve managed to make it work. I think at the end of the day, a lot of it has to do with a love for music, and when I’m not doing music, I’m kind of lost. We just did this tour overseas, and it was fun, and we came back and I told myself since I’d recently finished my solo record, I didn’t have to worry about writing for that or putting a ton of energy into that. I’d been working pretty diligently between touring and writing all year, and I was like, ‘When I get home, I’m going to try to power down — I’m going to try and kind of balance myself out a little bit.’ It was fine for the first few days, but then I discover that I start going a little crazy if I don’t have music in the mix, so that really didn’t last too long. Before I knew it, I had a guitar or was doing something that involved music. It’s my bliss — it’s just me following my bliss.”

On his 2018 plans:

Myles: “The plans are still getting ironed out. I’ve been talking with Slash about seeing what’s going to come next. I definitely have plans to release the solo record next year and tour on that. It will be another busy year.”

On his upcoming solo debut, “Year Of The Tiger”:

Myles: “The solo record is definitely different from pretty much anything I’ve done. That was intentional. I think there was a part of me that was really longing to express music a little differently, and strip things down musically and try some different instrumentation. I really wanted to make a record about the vocal, so with that said, you do things differently. I stripped away the high-gain guitars and the big wall of sound — the bombastic elements so that the vocal would really be featured. Lyrically, it tells a story — the whole record is about 1974, which is the year my father passed away when I was a kid. It basically documents my father dying and then what came after that with my mother and brother and I, and how we kind of had to start over. It’s kind of a concept record, really. There are elements in there where I’m really letting people in, and I think the music was just telling me that that’s what needed to happen. I felt like as I was creating the chord progressions and the instrumentations and thinking about how this was going to sound, I felt like it just had to be a really honest record, and was just not going to try to hide behind anything. It will be interesting — I’m excited to put it out there, but it’s definitely kind of a new frontier for me.”

Kennedy will release Year Of The Tiger via Napalm Records in the spring. The 12-song effort was helmed by Alter Bridge‘s longtime producer Michael “Elvis” Baskette.

Year Of The Tiger will feature a guest appearance by drummer Zia Uddin of The Mayfield Four, a group Myles descries as his “first real national touring band” back in the late 1990s and early 2000s.

Alter Bridge is continuing to tour in support of its fifth album, The Last Hero, which came out in 2016. The group is expected to take most of 2018 off from the road while the bandmembers focus on other projects. Writing for the follow-up to The Last Hero will begin next year, with tentative plans to release the effort in 2019.

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Wednesday, Nov, 29 2017

20:  Grand Rapids, MI @ Deltaplex Arena
22:  Kansas City, MO @ Arvest Bank Theatre
23:  St. Louis, MO @ Chaifetz Arena
24:  Chicago, IL @ UIC Pavilion
27:  Salt Lake City, UT @ The Great Saltaire
28:  Las Vegas, NV  @ The Joint
02:  San Francisco, CA @ San Francisco Armory
04:  Mesa, AZ @ Mesa Amphitheatre
06:  San Antonio, TX @ Sunken Garden Theater
07:  Dallas, TX @ The Bomb Factory
12:  New York, NY @ Hammerstein Ballroom
13:  Baltimore, MD  @ UMB Fieldhouse
15:   Lowell, MA @ Tsongas Center
16:  Allentown, PA @ PPL Center
17:  Pittsburgh, PA @ Petersen Events Ctr
19:  Atlanta, GA @ Coca-Cola Roxy
20:  St. Augustine, FL @ St. Augustine Amphi

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Tuesday, Nov, 28 2017


20: Grand Rapids, MI @ DeltaPlex Arena
22: Kansas City, MO @ Arvest Bank Theatre
23: St. Louis, MO @ Chaifetz Arena
24: Chicago, IL @ UIC Pavilion
27: Salt Lake City, UT @ The Great Saltair
28: Las Vegas, NV @ The Joint
02: San Francisco, CA @ San Francisco Armory
04: Mesa, AZ @ Mesa Amphitheatre
06: San Antonio, TX @ Sunken Garden Theater
07: Dallas, TX @ The Bomb Factory
12: New York, NY @ Hammerstein Ballroom
13: Baltimore, MD @ UMBC Fieldhouse
15: Lowell, MA @ Tsongas Center
16: Allentown, PA @ PPL Center
17: Pittsburgh, PA @ Petersen Events Center
19: Atlanta, GA @ Coca-Cola Roxy
20: St. Augustine, FL @ St. Augustine Amphitheatre


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Tuesday, Nov, 28 2017

With Blessthefall, Cane Hill, Fire From the Gods

01:  Santa Cruz, CA @ Catalyst*
02:  Portland, OR @ Wonder Ballroom*
03:  Seattle, WA @ El Corazon*
04:  Boise, ID @ Knitting Factory*
05:  Salt Lake City, UT @ Complex*
06:  Denver, CO @ Summit Music Hall*
08:  Minneapolis, MN @ Music Hall MPLS*
09:   St. Louis, MO @ Ready Room
11:   Chicago, IL @ House of Blues
12:  Pontiac, MI @ Crofoot
13:  Toronto, ON @ Opera House
14:   Montreal, QC @ Corona Theatre
16:  Boston, MA @ Paradise Rock Club
17:  New York City, NY @ Gramercy Theatre
18:  Asbury Park, NJ @ Stone Pony
19:  Philadelphia, PA @ Trocadero
20:   Charlotte, NC @ Underground
21:  Atlanta, GA @ Masquerade Heaven
23:  Orlando, FL @ Beacham
24:  Destin, FL @ Club L.A.
25: New Orleans, LA @ House of Blues
27:  Houston, TX @ White Oak
28:  Dallas, TX @ Canton Hall
01:  Albuquerque, NM @ Sunshine
04:  Las Vegas, NV @ Vinyl @ Hard Rock Live
05:  Flagstaff, AZ @ Orpheum
06:  Phoenix, AZ @ Nile Theatre
07:  San Diego, CA @ SOMA
*No Cane Hill


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