Curtis Peoples returns to the touring circuit this spring

Curtis Peoples returns to the live scene this spring with a national tour in support of his self-titled album (The Control Group/Galt Line Music). After an exciting performance on The Rock Boat Niner (appearing with Sister Hazel, Hanson, and Graham Colton, among others) in January 2009 and a run of dates with Tyler Hilton in late 2008, Peoples is eager to serve up his “coffee shop arena rock” once again.

Known for his dynamic blend of free-spirited choruses and addictive rhythms, Peoples’ charismatic live show has audiences cheering and singing along. The jam-packed routing begins on March 22nd and runs through most major U.S. cities before wrapping at L.A.’s Knitting Factory in early May.

Touring with friends is one of Peoples’ most successful recipes. Why stop now? This time, he shares the stage with Josh Hoge, Ernie Halter, and Tony Lucca.

Dates as follows:

March

24 – House Of Blues – Cleveland, OH*
25 – The Intersection – Grand Rapids, MI*
27 – Birdy’s – Indianapolis, IN*
28 – Space – Evanston, IL*

April
1 – The Basement – Columbus, OH*
2 – World Grotto – Knoxville, TN*
6 – Blue Moon Saloon – Lafayette, LA^
7 – Warehouse Live – Houston, TX^
8 – Stubb’s Jr – Austin, TX^
9 – Prophet Bar – Dallas, TX^
10 – Blue Door – Oklahoma City, OK^
11 – 12th And Porter – Nashville, TN^
22 – Cafe Du Nord – San Francisco, CA^
23 – The Reef – Boise, ID^
24 – Q Cafe – Seattle, WA^
25 – Music Millennium In-store^
27 – Walnut Room – Denver, CO^
28 – Why Sound – Logan, UT^
29 – Modified Arts – Phoenix, AZ^
30 – House Of Blues – Las Vegas, NV^

May
1 – Lestat’s – San Diego, CA^
2 – Knitting Factory – Los Angeles, CA^

* w/ Josh Hoge & Ernie Halter
+ w/ Josh Hoge
^ w/ Josh Hoge & Tony Lucca

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