Cincinnati psychedelic blues trio, Buffalo Killers, will hit the road this
fall once again supporting the Black Crowes on a 14-date tour of the U.S.
The Buffalo Killers new album “Let it Ride” (produced by The Black Keys’
Dan Auebach) was released earlier this summer on Alive Records and
supported by tours opening for The Black Keys as well as a cross country
solo trek. Recently, the band and Ragged Productions completed a new video
for the title track “Let it Ride” :

Drawing comparisons in sound to T Rex, Mountain, Grand Funk Railroad,
Crazy Horse and Band of Gypsies, the trio released their sophomore effort
to critical raves describing their sound as “crossing 1970s Laurel Canyon
rock with a slow James Gang grooveÂ…” (Montreal Mirror) and remains deeply
rooted in their signature 60s psychedelic and 70s blues rock inspired
sound. The 10-track album features songs “Get Together Now Today,” On the
Prowl,” “It’s a Shame” and the title track “Let It Ride.”

Buffalo Killers confirmed 2008 U.S. tour dates, opening for The Black

October 10 @ The Borgata – Atlantic City, NJ w/The Black Crowes
October 27 @ Hammerstein Ballroom – New York, NY w/The Black Crowes
November 6 @ The Pearl – Dayton, OH
November 8 @ Lincoln Theater – Raleigh, NC w/The Black Crowes
November 10 @ Ruth Eckerd Hall – Clearwater, FL w/The Black Crowes
November 11 @ House of Blues – Orlando, FL w/The Black Crowes
November 12 @ The Fillmore – Miami Beach, FL w/The Black Crowes
November 14 @ Amphitheater – St. Augustine, FL w/The Black Crowes
November 15 @ Alabama Theatre – Birmingham, AL w/The Black Crowes
November 16 @ Ryman Auditorium – Nashville, TN w/The Black Crowes
November 18 @ House of Blues – New Orleans, LA w/The Black Crowes
November 20 @ House of Blues – Houston, TX w/The Black Crowes
November 21 @ The Palladium – Dallas, TX w/The Black Crowes
November 22 @ Austin Music Hall – Austin, TX w/The Black Crowes
December 11 @ The Ravari Room – Columbus, OH
December 12 @ Northside Tavern – Cincinnati, OH

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