White Denim Tour with Tapes N Tapes, Play Noise Pop and SXSW

 

Rolling Stone– Breaking Band
“On their loud and raw EP Let’s Talk About It, which was written and recorded in a 1940s Spartan trailer, the band combines the Stooges’ raw power, Hendrix’s psychedelic flourishes and the White Stripes’ stripped-down blues rock.”

 

 

Solo Dates:


2/26- Casbah- San Diego
2/27- TBD, Los Angeles
2/28- Spaceland, Los Angeles (with British Sea Power)
2/29- Noise Pop! Festival 2008- Bottom of the Hill, San Francisco (with A Place To Bury Strangers and Holy Fuck)
3/1- Slabtown, Portland
3/2- Hi Dive, Seattle
3/4- Urban Lounge, Salt Lake City
3/5- Blue Bird, Denver

 

With Tapes N Tapes:

4/10 – First Avenue – Minneapolis, Minnesota
4/11 – Metro – Chicago, Illinois
4/12 – The Magic Stick – Detroit, Michigan
4/14 – The Opera House – Toronto, Ontario, Canada
4/15 – Cabaret Music Hall – Montreal, Quebec, Canada
4/16 – Higher Ground Showcase Lounge – So. Burlington, Vermont
4/17 – Paradise Rock Club – Boston, Massachusetts
4/18 – Fillmore New York-Irving Plaza – New York, New York
4/19 – Music Hall of Williamsburg – Brooklyn, New York
4/22 – First Unitarian Church – Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
4/23 – Nightclub 9:30 – Washington, D.C.
4/24 – Local 506 – Chapel Hill, North Carolina
4/25 – The Earl – Atlanta, Georgia
4/26 – Cafe 11 – St. Augustine, Florida
4/28 – The Social – Orlando, Florida
4/29 – Common Grounds – Gainesville, Florida
4/30 – Bottletree – Birmingham, Alabama
5/02 – Antone’s – Austin, Texas
5/03 – Hailey’s – Denton, Texas
5/06 – Club Congress – Tucson, Arizona
5/07 – The Casbah – San Diego, California
5/08 – Troubadour – West Hollywood, California
5/09 – Troubadour – West Hollywood, California
5/10 – Fillmore – San Francisco, California
5/12 – W.O.W. Hall – Eugene, Oregon
5/13 – Richards on Richards – Vancouver, B.C., Canada
5/14 – The Showbox – Seattle, Washington
5/16 – In The Venue – Salt Lake City, Utah
5/17 – Bluebird Theater – Denver, Colorado

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