Holly Golightly Adds Eight New Shows to Tour

‘A glorious example of what Rock ‘n Roll should be’ – NME

Holly Golightly regrettably cancels New York City’s Rocks Off Concert Cruise, Baltimore’s Ottobar
and New Haven’s Café Nine performances due to visa issues.

Don’t worry, these shows will be rescheduled- fans in NYC, Baltimore or New Haven the chance to see her
show first-hand!

With this unfortunate news comes the exciting announcement of eight new dates, including three in and around New York City!

September 2007
20 Frankie’s Toledo, OH
21 Subterranean Chicago, IL
22 Cafe Monmartre Madison, WI
23 7th Street Entry Minneapolis, MN
25 Mad Planet Milwaukee, WI
26 Aquarium Fargo, ND
27 Jackpot Saloon Lawrence, KS
28 The Waiting Room Omaha, NE
29 Larimer Lounge Denver, CO

October 2007
1 Kilby Court Salt Lake City, UT
3 The Fun House Seattle, WA
4 Doug Fir Lounge Portland, OR
6 Bottom of the Hill San Francisco, CA
8 Echo Los Angeles, CA
9 The Casbah San Diego, CA
11 Plush Tuscon, AZ
13 Emo’s Austin, TX
15 The Loft Dallas, TX
16 Rudyards Houston, TX
17 One Eyed Jacks New Orleans, LA
19 Hi-Tone Cafe Memphis, TN
20 The End Nashville, TN
21 The Earl Atlanta, GA
24 DC9 Washington, DC
25 The Khyber Philadelphia, PA
26 Middle East Boston, MA
27 New York, NY Mercury Lounge
28 Hoboken Maxwells
29 Brooklyn, NY Union Hall
30 Charlottesville, VA Gravity Lounge

November 2007
1 Chapel Hill, NC Local 506
2 Morgantown, WV 123 Pleasant St.
3 Lexington, KY The Dame

‘A ten-year overnight sensation’ -WORD

The oh-so-lovely Miss Holly Golightly returns Stateside this fall, bringing her quick-witted soulful twang back to the U.S. for the ninth time in her prolific career.

Fresh off a full tour of Germany and Scandinavia, Miss Golightly will be traveling extensively throughout the country with her album collaborator and touring companion, Lawyer Dave, in support of their most recent album “You Can’t Buy A Gun When You’re Crying”, out now on UK based Damaged Goods Records.

Holly Golightly, mostly recognized from her work as part of Thee Headcoatees (1991-1995), the all-girl garage band known well around London from for their blend of girl group sounds and three-chord garage-rock, with all the original songs coming from the pen of Billy Childish, Miss Golightly’s first inspiration and mentor. Since her initial entrance into the world of music in the early 1990s, Holly has released 12 LPs and over fifteen singles for a wide variety of labels. Additionally, she has appeared on multiple collaborative albums and tracks, including the White Stripes “It’s True That We Love One Another” from their platinum selling “Elephant”. Holly will return to the studio in early 2008 to record her first solo album since 2004’s “Slowly But Surely”.

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