Lee Gallagher and The Hallelujah at Springwater in Nashville July 23

The much buzzed about San Francisco-based psych Americana band, Lee Gallagher and the Hallelujah are pairing with The Mad Alchemy Liquid Light Show for a summer tour.

Lee Gallagher and the Hallelujah are an organ/guitar driven rock band whose shows transport the audience out of a traditional music venue and into a hazy, hip shaking psychedelic tent revival.The band effortlessly slides between country/folk, blues and rock and roll culminating in their unique brand of Psychedelic Gospel.

  • Featured in Shindig! Magazine And RELIX Magazine as one of “5 Artists You Should Know About”
  • Voted one of the “Best Up-And-Coming Bay Area Bands of 2014″ by CBS Local Television

Catch the band at Springwater 115 27th Ave N Nashville 9PM w/Steve Lewis on July 23rd.

HOPSCOTCH MUSIC SCHEDULE RELEASED: 140 BANDS IN 3 DAYS WITH TV ON THE RADIO, DWIGHT YOAKAM, GODSPEED YOU! BLACK EMPEROR, PUSHA T, AND MORE!

Hopscotch Music Festival

Hopscotch Music Festival, called “America’s (Secretly) Best Festival” and “the premiere experimental and underground festival in America,” returns September 10-12, 2015. Today, the festival released its schedule, featuring 140 performances in 12 venues within a walkable footprint in downtown Raleigh, N.C. The first of three outdoor main stage nights in Raleigh City Plaza begins on Thursday, Sept. 10 with groundbreaking post-rock collective Godspeed You! Black Emperor headlining and Atlanta’s Deerhunter opening. Friday, Sept. 11 will be headlined by the Grammy nominated TV on the Radio, with California’s Tycho in direct support. Durham’s Carlitta Durand will open. On Saturday, Sept. 12, country pioneer Dwight Yoakam will headline along with legendary Los Angeles band X who will open. Two local favorites, American Aquarium and The Vibekillers, round out the 4-band bill.

Along with the City Plaza main stage shows, attendees will bounce between 11 indoor venues: CAM Raleigh, Deep South the Bar, Fletcher Opera Theater, Kennedy Theater, Kings Barcade, Neptune’s, Pour House Music Hall, The Lincoln Theatre, Tir na nOg, Slim’s, and Vintage 21. From bars to concert halls to a church, these venues link together to create Hopscotch’s unique setting, one that utilizes Raleigh’s existing infrastructure. The indoor sets reflect Hopscotch’s reputation for programming an eclectic and unconventional weekend, one that showcases the likes of Virginia rapper Pusha T, Texas psych legend Roky Erickson, alt-country rocker Lydia Loveless, far out Brooklynites Zs, and electronic voyager Clark, all alongside a selection of compelling North Carolina bands.

TICKETS

All remaining VIP and 3-Day passes, now along with 1-Day passes and Single City Plaza headlining show tickets, are on sale here.

2015 LINEUP

Ace Henderson, Acid Chaperone, Advaeta, American Aquarium, Ameriglow, Bandages, Battles, Big Ups, Birds of Avalon, Black Clouds, Blaxxx, Booher, Boulevards, Breathers, Brief Lives, Bully, Cakes Da Killa, Carlitta Durand, Cashmere Cat, Chaz French, Chelsea Wolfe, Choked Out, Chulo, Clark, Cloud Becomes Your Hand, Dad & Dad, Daniel Romano, Deerhunter, DJ Earl, Dorthia Cottrell, Drippy Inputs, Dwight Yoakam, Echo Courts, Elisa Ambrogio, Escher, EYEHATEGOD, Eyes Low, Father, FAULTS, Flock of Dimes, Fórn, Godflesh, Godspeed You! Black Emperor, GoldLink, Grand Champeen, Grandma Sparrow, Hank Wood & The Hammerheads, Hanz, HeCTA, Ian William Craig, Jake Xerxes Fussell, Jefre Cantu-Ledesma, Jenks Miller & Rose Cross NC, Jenny Hval, Jessica Pratt, John Chantler, Jubilee, Keath Mead, King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard, Las Rosas, Lawrence English, Le1F, Leapling, Less Western, Leverage Models, Lilac Shadows, Lizzo, Lost Trail, Loud Boyz, Lud, Luxe Posh, Lydia Loveless, Mac McCaughan, Mamiffer, Mary Lattimore & Jeff Zeigler, May Erwin, Microkingdom, Mitski, Moenda, Moon Duo, Morbids, Mumdance, Must Be The Holy Ghost, Naked Naps, Natalie Prass and the Spacebomb Orchestra, Nathan Golub, Natural Causes, New Music Raleigh: Music by Oscar Bettison and Evan Ziporyn, Nick James, No Love, Nocando, Nots, Obey City, OBN IIIs, Old Man Gloom, Oulipo, Outer Spaces, Owen Pallett, Patois Counselors, Peacers, Phil Cook presents Southland Mission, Pile, Pill, Porches., Prurient, Pusha T, River Whyless, Roky Erickson, Sannhet, Sarah Louise, Secret Boyfriend, Sheer Mag, Shitty Boots, Silent Lunch, SkyBlew, SMLH, Solar Halos, Some Army, Soon, Steve Gunn & The Black Twig Pickers, Tashi Dorji, The Vibekillers, thefacesblur, Tombs, TV on the Radio, Tycho, TZYVYX, Wahyas, Warehouse, Wildhoney, Wizard Rifle, Wovenhand, WYMYNS PRYSYN, X, Yandrew, Zack Mexico, Zeena Parkins, Zs

SECOND ANNUAL HOPSCOTCH DESIGN FESTIVAL, SEPT. 9-10

Hopscotch Design Festival—a partnership between Hopscotch Music Festival and New Kind—gathers prominent thinkers, makers, and storytellers to share ideas and foster conversations about how design is shaping the future. It features national and local presenters who work across graphic design, urban planning, user experience design, technology, architecture, music, food, film, and more. Hopscotch Design is a two-day festival of interactive sessions, workshops, and parties taking place in multiple venues in downtown Raleigh, Sept. 9-10. Last September, Hopscotch Design Festival was the first event of its kind in North Carolina and, as Sarah Lawrence from Paste said, it “showed Raleigh’s ability to draw some of the best designers in the country.” Tickets to the 2015 Hopscotch Design Festival will go on sale soon. For the latest updates, visit the website.

DON’T MISSTHE DOOBIE BROTHERS LIVE AT WOODS AMPHITHEATER – FONTANEL SATURDAY, MAY 8

The Doobie Brothers at Fontanel May 8 2015

Tuesday, May 5th, Nashville, TN…Four-time GRAMMY® Award winning band, The Doobie Brothers, will headline the Carl Black Chevy Woods Amphitheater at Fontanel Saturday, May 9th (5:00pm doors / 6:00pm show) featuring special guest Jerrod Neimann. The Doobie Brothers recently collaborated with Neimann on their latest album, Southbound, out on Sony Music Nashville, with Pat Simmons and Niemann trading vocals on the 1975 classic “South City Midnight Lady”.

Tickets are currently on sale for $35+ available here.

For more information on The Doobie Brothers visit their website.

Wildwood Revival: “an anti-festival for the rest of y’all” + Newport showcase

Wildwood Revival expands to a two-day festival on August 29-30 featuring American Aquarium, Lindi Ortega, Water Liars, Tall Tall Trees, Christopher Paul Stelling, The Blackfoot Gypsies, Kelsey Waldon, Woody Pines, The Defibulators, Strung Like A Horse, Joe Fletcher and the Wrong Reasons, Ramsay Midwood, and Athens locals Cicada Rhythm and The Darnell Boys. 

Wildwood Festival

Wildwood Revival is an intimate, thoughtfully curated boutique festival tailored towards a truly unique music and cultural experience for all, located just on the outskirts of Athens, Georgia on a historic 30-acre farm. It’s a little bit country, a little bit rock n’ roll, and everything in between. This event combines the soul of a juke joint, the wild spirit of a honky tonk, and the camaraderie of a supper club. The artisan market features vintage clothing, printmakers, wood workers, 1800s era tintype photography, leather makers, handmade crafts and more. It’s a cultural Revival; what’s old is new again. Get out of the city and come join in. 

The festival puts an emphasis on pulling in local and regional businesses from throughout the Southeast. Vendors include eclectic, handmade jewelry by Fossil + Hide, vintage clothing by Gunstreet Goods, handmade leather products by In Blue Handmade, letterpress paper goods from Cotton + Pine, a 1968 Shasta Camper-turned-photobooth by BOHObooth, handmade and custom-fit hats from Havstad Hats, and nostalgic, vintage t-shirts from Bandit Brand.

At Wildwood Revival, everything is about the experience. Its aim is to make everyone feel like they’re getting VIP treatment. Guests come to get off the grid and enjoy authentic music in an open-air barn and share a meal with friends, then sit by a bonfire for a fireside sing-along and camp under the stars.

It’s quite unlike many festival experiences where attendees are milked mercilessly by paying for $8 beers and $15 meals after standing in prohibitively long lines, crammed in amongst thousands of people herded from one generic stage to another past corporate advertisements and surrounded everywhere by trash, plastic bottles and greasy styrofoam.

Guests of Wildwood Revival can expect:
  • Two full days of live music with an artist lineup comprised of both familiar favorites as well as new musical discoveries
  • A dance party to remember. Saturday evening wraps up with what GQ Magazine calls “The Most Stylish Party in America.” The fellas from ELECTRIC WESTERN present their wildly successful rock and soul dance party, spinning a hand-selected mix of the most danceable popular and obscure 50’s and 60’s Rock and Roll, Soul, Doo Wop, Garage Rock and more. Electric Western is not your typical DJ collective. Jacob Jones and Reno Bo have been throwing “Dance Parties” every Monday in East Nashville’s happening Five Points neighborhood for the last six years now. They’ve since expanded their parties to Atlanta once a month with over 750 attendees, and even went on tour recently as the opening act for Sturgill Simpson.
  • A Sunday morning gospel brunch where campers and returning guests enjoy a variety of artists acoustic renditions of old gospel tunes, a bloody mary bar sponsored by Cathead Vodka and a full breakfast menu to include breakfast tacos and a build-your-own biscuit bar featuring Buttermilk Biscuits, Southern White Milk Gravy, “Put Up” Homemade Jams, Butter, Peach Butter, Honey, Smoked Apple Sausage Links, Coca-Cola Glazed Country Ham, and Buttermilk Fried Chicken.
  • Following the gospel brunch, there will be a shaded yoga session and wiffle ball game in the field before music begins at noon.
  • An aesthetically beautiful, unique location set amongst a serene, country background. The estate is shaded by many pecan trees and the music takes place in a covered open-air barn.
  • Free filtered water
  • Beverages served in mason jars, creating a plastic-free event
  • $4 craft beer from Terrapin Beer Co.
  • A variety of meals comprised of fresh, locally grown food priced similar to neighborhood restaurants and served on compostable plates. Food vendors thus far include Athens’ own Heirloom Café, A Divine Event Catering and Hip Pops gourmet handmade popsicles. Food truck vendors to be announced soon.
  • Camping in the picturesque, rolling countryside by teepee, tent or trailer.
  • Sunday morning yoga session to stretch and energize before another music-filled day

Limited number of tickets available in order to provide an ideal, intimate environment

Tickets may be purchased at www.wildwoodrevival.com for $38.

Frazierband Live at Acoustic Coffeehouse July 19th in Johnson City, TN

FRAZIERBAND PRESENT TWIST ON PROGRESSIVE BLUEGRASS ON UPCOMING ALBUM

FrazierBand

Much Sought After Multi-Instrumentalist John Frazier Putting Finishing Touches on New Album & Hitting the Road

“Frazier’s compositions, which account for most of the album’s material, are nicely executed blends of jazz, string band music and more, and both the picking and the singing are top-shelf.” -The Nashville Scene

Los Angeles, CA: John Frazier, the multi-instrumentalist Nashville-based founder of FrazierBand—a freewheeling quartet putting their distinctive spin on progressive bluegrass–is putting the finishing touches on their new album, FrazierBand: Some People Change, the follow up to their eponymous 2012 debut.

Consisting of Frazier on vocals, mandolin, guitar and fiddle, banjo players Matt Menefee and Kyle Tuttle and drummer Jim Kittleman, FrazierBand have evolved into a more cohesive band having honed their chemistry through an exhaustive touring schedule—over 125 dates from 2013-2014 (an energy captured on their explosive 2014 recording Live at the Five Spot).

The band recorded their new album in East Nashville with producer Daniel Rice (Cadillac Sky) who helped take their progressive bluegrass/rock hybrid sound to a new level. The first single from the album “The Rod & The Cane,” will be released to radio later this month.

FrazierBand : Some People Change will be released in September.

Long a fixture on the progressive bluegrass, or Newgrass, scenes, Frazier has been a much sought after string collaborator and is considered one of Music City’s elite acoustic performers. From his beginnings in the acclaimed Colorado string band Hit & Run Bluegrass, Frazier has toured and performed with everyone from Del McCoury, Bela Fleck, JD Crowe and Grammy winning Jim Lauderdale Bluegrass Band to John Prine, Dierks Bentley and Steve Martin. With FrazierBand he’s developed a huge following throughout the Southeast, Northeast and Mid-Atlantic regions which continues to grow with his tireless touring. A national tour is in the works—dates TBA.

Says Frazier: “When I did the first album, I thought it might be about me as individual artist with a solo project and a great team of musicians helping me present my songs. But I quickly realized I wanted a more unified ensemble sound…so going into the studio this time, we now have a true band identity. We’ve all evolved together and the songs, production and presentation are much more concise.”

CLIF BAR’S GREENNOTES PROGRAM LAUNCHES WEB-SERIES, MATCH-MAKING SITE AND JOINS TOAD THE WET SPROCKET SUMMER TOUR.

As young artists and non-profits start out in the world, they’re faced with the same dilemma: audience development.

To be a musician, you must be patient, work hard at your craft and have something to say. For developing grassroots organizations, the growing pains are the same. It can be disheartening, and too many promising voices get drowned out in the process.

In 2015, Clif Bar & Company relaunched a multi-platformed program called GreenNotes. It consists of a video series, an artist grant, a website, a profile driven hub, and a dynamic matchmaking system between musicians and non-profits. GreenNotes was born out of the idea that art can serve as a powerful microphone for change and can act as a catalyst for social movements. The program operates on the belief that people can partner to help build that voice, stand for something bigger and rise above all the noise. GreenNotes provides cutting-edge resources for nonprofits and musicians to promote change in four core areas: the environment, food systems, homelessness, and hunger.

“We launched GreenNotes to make it easier for musicians to make positive change in the world,” says Thao Pham, Vice President of Community at Clif Bar & Company. “The GreenNotes website is a simple and effective tool that puts musicians and nonprofits together. Music coupled with nonprofits is incredibly powerful in its impact on society.”

The program works through matchmaking, grants, research, and a series of best-practice documents designed to give nonprofits and their artist partners a template for embedding social change initiatives in their work. This site aims to capture, open source, and broadcast what works best and why. As the platform builds, the scale and the scope of the program will grow alongside it. Going forward, GreenNotes will continue to expand its reach, participation, and documentation to become an essential tool for the social change community.

GreenNotes will join Toad The Wet Sprocket this Summer on their tour with Smashmouth and Tonic. The bands will all be working with a series of non-profit partners including Love Hope Strength, Harmony 4 Hope, SuperFood Drive and a variety of local food justice and access orgs throughout their tour and beyond.

Says Toad The Wet Sprocket frontman Glen Phillips, “Artists tend to be the canary in the coal mine for social issues. You get a unique point of view as you tour and travel; an insight into different communities, their needs and challenges. It is not just an opportunity, it’s an obligation to do our best to amplify and shine a light on the good work of our nonprofit partners.”

Over the course of 2013-2014, Clif Bar awarded grants to four musicians who demonstrated serious dedication to creating long lasting and sustainable change. Recipients included Grammy-nominated SOJA, who focused on the environmental impact of their tour, rapper Astronautalis, who visited a local food bank to perform a pop-up concert, SF-based Stone Foxes, who looked at homelessness, and Minneapolis-based Dessa, who explored issues in sustainable food on the road.

The site launch kicked off at SXSW with a three-day concert featuring Boxed In, Amason, Jukebox The Ghost, Hey Marseilles, Gill Landry (Old Crow Medicine Show), Jesse Harris, Chadwick Stokes (Dispatch), The Lighthouse and The Whaler, Talk In Tongues, The Family Crest, Doomtree, Surfer Blood, Charlie Belle, Max Jury, Royal Teeth, Sam Pinkerton, Paper Aeroplanes, The Wans, Ryan Culwell, Anthony D’Amato, Humming House, BLKATHY, Magic Giant, Colony House, Blank Range, Mother Falcon, Andrew Combs, Yellerkin, Propaganda, Shaprece, Five Eight and Astronautalis.

Andy Bothwell (Astronautalis) reflects, “There is no shortage of work to be done, both small and large, to make your town, or your country, and even the world a better place. However, it can be daunting at times to try and find a way that you can actually help, in a hands on way. GreenNotes was able to help me focus my energies on a cause, and an organization, that I can get behind wholeheartedly. And to me, that is priceless.”

Toad The Wet Sprocket Tour Dates

Jun 19 Chateau Ste Michelle Winery Woodinville, WA *
Jun 20 Eldorado BBQ, Blues Brews Festival Reno, NV *
Jun 21 Britt Festival Pavillion Medford, OR *
Jun 23 Redding Civic Auditorium Redding, CA *
Jun 24 Mountain Winery Saratoga, CA *
Jun 26 Pechanga Theater Temecula, CA *
Jun 27 Fremont Street Experience Las Vegas, NV #
Jun 28 Humphreys Concerts By the Bay San Diego, CA *
Jun 30 Deer Valley Amphitheatre Park City, UT *
Jul 01 Memorial Hall, Pueblo, CO *
Jul 02 Arvada Center for the Arts & Humanities Arvada, CO *
Jul 04 Ozzie Smith Sports Complex O’fallon, MO *
Jul 05 Summerfest – Milwaukee Milwaukee, WI *
Jul 06 National Cherry Festival, Traverse City, MI $
Jul 08 Mill City Nights, Minneapolis, MN !
Jul 09 Waterfest, Leach Amphtheater Oshkosh, WI *
Jul 10 RiverEdge Park Aurora, IL *
Jul 11 Champaign Music Festival, Champaign, IL #
Jul 12 The Ark, Ann Arbor, MI !
Jul 14 Birchmere, Alexandria, VA !
Jul 15 Birchmere, Alexandria, VA !
Jul 16 The Paramount, Huntington, NY !
Jul 17 Shenandoah Valley Music Festival, Orkney Springs, VA #
Jul 18 Golden Nugget Casino, Atlantic City, NJ *
Jul 21 City Winery, Nahsville, TN !
Jul 22 City Winery, Nahsville, TN !
Jul 23 Atlanta Botanical Garden, Atlanta, GA *
Jul 25 House of Blues Dallas, Dallas, TX #
Jul 26 Minglewood Hall, Memphis, TN !
Jul 28 The Newton Theatre, Newton, NJ !
Jul 29 Irving Plaza, New York, NY !
Jul 30 Cape Cod Melody Tent, Hyannis, MA !
Jul 31 Flying Monkey Performance Center, Plymouth, NH !
Aug 01 South Shore Music Circus, Cohasset, MA !

* Smashmouth, Toad The Wet Sprocket, Tonic
# Smashmouth, Toad The Wet Sprocket
$ Toad The Wet Sprocket, Tonic
! Toad The Wet Sprocket

InDo Nashville Announces First Tenants – Entertainment Industry Entrepreneurial Space to Open This Month

InDo NashvilleJune 15, 2015, Nashville, TN… InDo Nashville, the coworking, creative hub for professionals in the entertainment industry, at 632 Fogg Street, announces today that Wonderful Union, ONErpm and Acklen Avenue will locate their offices in the building’s third floor private suites. The companies join the previously announced Richlyn Marketing in the space which will open later this month.

The renovated industrial building is located in the heart of SoBro, one block south of the City Winery and Third Man Records. InDo, which stands for Inspiration Domain, features three floors, with over 11,000 square feet of space offering an events area, songwriting rooms, open workspace, conference rooms and dedicated office suites.
“We are so thrilled to welcome these exciting companies to the InDo community,” adds InDo co-founder John Richardson.

About:

Wonderful Union – formerly ground(ctrl) – is a collective of software engineers, record industry professionals, event managers, graphic designers, customer and client support specialists, vinyl collectors and music nerds. The group focuses on a suite of services and solutions that aim for true fan engagement. They apply expertise in web development and design, ticketing and VIP strategy, and e-commerce and fulfillment for a range of artists from Taylor Swift to My Morning Jacket to the Backstreet Boys. www.WonderfulUnion.com

ONErpm is a leading digital music distributor and iTunes Preferred Partner, working with over 22,000 artists and labels worldwide. In addition, the company’s Certified YouTube Multi-Channel Network (MCN) receives over 700 million views each month, making it the top Music Network in Latin America and one of the top 5 in the world. ONErpm’s proprietary technology offers advanced analytics, album management and distribution tools, and their commitment to securing retail placement with all the major music services distinguishes them from other distributors. Some of Brazil’s most prominent artists call ONErpm home, including Racionais MCs, Claudia Leitte, Bonde da Stronda, Fernando & Sorocaba, Valesca Popozuda, and many others. www.ONErpm.com

Acklen Avenue builds web and mobile apps for innovative companies. “We are excited about moving into a space that caters to innovative companies,” adds CEO Collin Callahan. www.AcklenAvenue.com

For more info on InDo Nashville visit: www.InDoNashville.com.

PDX Pop Now! 2015 Festival July 24-26 featuring 40+ Portland Bands

PDX Pop Now!—Portland’s premier local music advocacy non-profit organization, announces the 2015 Festival Lineup featuring 40+ local bands.

The PDX Pop Now! Festival returns July 24-26 for the annual free, all ages, and all volunteer three day music celebration. Taking place under the Hawthorne bridge at AudioCinema, the festival will feature two outdoor stages, a record fair, street fair, food carts, and the annual band on band basketball tournament Rigsketball—carrying on the tradition of being one of the most interactive and inclusive festival experiences.

Showcasing a sampling of some of the best Portland musicians across a variety of genres—including hip hop, metal, folk, pop—the 12th annual festival supports the non-profit organization’s commitment to being accessible, current, and local. Partnering with the Portland music advocacy non-profit, Music in The Schools, the festival will feature curated sets by high school musicians including Amber Moon, Arbo, and Dad Rock.

In addition to the yearly music festival, PDX Pop Now! releases an annual two-disc compilation featuring all Portland artists, and organizes yearly outreach events in Portland schools, putting Portland’s creative capital front and center in gymnasiums and classrooms across the city.

PDX Pop Now! 2015 Festival
July 24-26 at AudioCinema (226 SE Madison, Portland, OR)
Free, All Ages, 12PM-1AM

With performances by:
Amber Moon, Appendixes, Arbo, Balto, Bed., Big Haunt, Blossom, Blue Cranes, Catherine Feeny & Chris Johnedis, Chanti Darling, Coco Columbia, Cool Nutz, Dylan Stark, En Taiko, Golden Hour, Hands In, Holy Grove, Hot Victory, Jackson Boone, Lady Wolf, Last Artful, Dodgr, Long Knife, Lower 48, Marriage + Cancer, Mic Crenshaw, Modern Kin, Moon By You, Mope Grooves, Muscle & Marrow, No Kind Of Rider, Nurses, Phone Call, Rap Class, Roselit Bone, Talkative, The Domestics, The Shivas, The Stops, Vice Device, Vinnie Dewayne, Weresquatch, White Glove.

More information and updates at pdxpopnow.com

The Growlers On Tour – Fresh Off Bonnaroo, Back In Nashville in October

The music of The Growlers is unmistakable.

Sure, you can hone in on some influences baked into the work of this California-bred band. Heck, even they’d cop to a few, like Ricky Nelson and The Clash. But once those same RIYL tags have been filtered through the minds and hands and voices of this five-piece, there’s simply nothing else like it.

Fresh off Manchester’s own Bonnaroo festival, The Growlers continue their travels. Dates below.

06.03.15 – Taos, NM @ Taos Mesa Brewing
06.05.15 – Dallas, TX @ Trees
06.06.15 – Ozark, AR @ Wakarusa
06.08.15 – New Orleans, LA @ One Eyed Jacks
06.09.15 – Atlanta, GA @ Terminal West
06.10.15 – Asheville, NC @ New Mountain Theatre
06.11.15 – Manchester, TN @ Bonnaroo
06.12.15 – St. Louis, MO @ Old Rock House
06.13.15 – Norman, OK @ Opolis
06.18.15 – San Francisco, CA @ Great American Music Hall
06.19.15 – San Francisco, CA @ Great American Music Hall
06.20.15 – San Francisco, CA @ Great American Music Hall

07.11.15 – Ottawa, ON @ Ottawa Blues Festival
07.15.15 – Dublin, Ireland @ Whelan’s
07.17.15 – Tromso, Norway @ Bukta Tromsø Open Air Festival
07.18.15 – Nijmegen, Netherlands @ Valkhof Festival
07.19.15 – Leeuwarden, Netherlands @ Welcome to The Village
07.20.15 – Rotterdam, Netherlands @ Rotown Rotterdam
07.24.15 – Benidorm, Spain @ Benidorm Festival
07.25.15 – Oro-Medonte, ON @ Way Home Festival

09.11.15 – Las Vegas, NV @ Bunkhouse
09.12.15 – Las Vegas, NV @ Bunkhouse
09.16.15 – Portland, OR @ Wonder Ballroom
09.17.15 – Eugene, OR @ Cozmic
09.18.15 – Arcata, CA @ Kate Buchanan Room
09.19.15 – Sacramento, CA @ TBD Festival
09.26.15 – Boulder, CO @ Fox Theatre
09.27.15 – Lawrence, KS @ Bottleneck
09.29.15 – Milwaukee, WI @ Turner Hall
09.30.15 – Chicago, IL @ Metro

10.01.15 – Ann Arbor, MI @ Blind Pig
10.02.15 – Toronto, ON @ Horseshoe Tavern
10.03.15 – Toronto, ON @ Horseshoe Tavern
10.04.15 – Ithaca, NY @ The Haunt
10.05.15 – Philadelphia, PA @ Union Transfer
10.07.15 – Boston, MA @ Sinclair
10.08.15 – NYC, NY @ Irving Plaza
10.09.15 – NYC, NY @ Irving Plaza
10.10.15 – Washington D.C @ 930 Club
10.11.15 – Chapel Hill, NC 2 Cats Cradle
10.12.15 – Nashville, TN @ Exit In

11.7-8 – Austin, TX @ Fun Fun Fun

The Growlers

The Quarterbacks on Tour – Hit Nashville July 21st

QUARTERBACKS announce their summer tour!

Their self-titled LP is out now on their hometown label, Team Love Records and, last winter, it debuted at NPR First Listen and fans can now hear it in its entirety at Bandcamp and Spotify.

Tour Dates:

06.25.15 – Pittsburgh, PA @ Mr. Roboto Project
06.26.15 – Bloomington, IN @ Good Girls Club*
06.27.15 – Chicago, IL @ Pinky Swear
06.28.15 – Madison, WI @ Mickey’s Tavern
06.29.15 – Minneapolis, MN @ Hexagon Bar
06.30.15 – Sioux Falls, SD @ Total Drag Records (3 PM)
06.30.15 – Omaha, NE @ Sweatshop Gallery S

07.01.15 – Denver, CO @ Club Scum
07.02.15 – Salt Lake City, UT @ Diabolical Records
07.03.15 – Missoula, MT @ Hockey House*
07.04.15 – Seattle, WA @ Werewolf Vacation*
07.05.15 – Vancouver, BC @ Fingers Crossed Studios
07.06.15 – Olympia, WA @ Red House*
07.07.15 – Portland, OR @ House Show*
07.08.15 – Davis, CA @ Shaq’s Shaq*
07.09.15 – Oakland, CA @ TBA
07.10.15 – Santa Barbara, CA @ Funzone
07.11.15 – Los Angeles, CA @ The Echo
07.12.15 – Phoenix, AZ @ Trunk Space
07.13.15 – El Paso, TX @ House Show*
07.14.15 – Denton, TX @ Macaroni Island*
07.15.15 – Austin, TX @ House Show*
07.16.15 – Houston, TX @ TBA
07.17.15 – New Orleans, LA @ GASA GASA
07.18.15 – Birmingham, AL @ Seasick Records
07.19.15 – Atlanta, GA @ The Boathouse*
07.20.15 – Chattanooga, TN @ Ten Sproul’s Landing*
07.21.15 – Nashville, TN @ Queens Ave.
07.22.15 – Knoxville, TN @ TBA
07.23.15 – Raleigh, NC @ The Pinhook
07.24.15 – Washington, DC @ Babe City*
07.25.15 – Brooklyn, NY @ 1.21 Gigawatts Festival at The Wick
07.26.15 – Philadelphia, PA @ OK Fest II at the First Unitarian Church