The 88 Announce Spring Tour With B52s, 311 & Matt Costa

Los Angeles-based band The 88 ( announced today a spring tour which includes opening for the B-52s, 311 and Matt Costa in support of their most recent CD, Not Only… But Also, released last fall. Confirmed tour dates are:

4/15 @ Rialto Theatre, Tucson, AZ (w/311)
4/16 @ Sunshine Theater, Albuquerque, NM (w/311)
4/18 @ Salzer’s Records, Ventura, CA (National Record Store Day in-store)
4/25 @ House of Blues, Anaheim, CA (w/Matt Costa)
4/26 @ Martini Ranch, Scottsdale, AZ (w/Matt Costa)
4/27 @ Club Congress, Tucson, AZ (w/Matt Costa)
5/05 @ Paramount Center For The Arts, Peekskill, NY (w/the B-52s)
5/06 @ Bergen Performing Arts, Englewood, NJ (w/the B-52s)
5/07 @ St. George Theatre, Staten Island, NY (w/the B-52s)
5/09 @ House of Blues, Atlantic City, NJ (w/the B-52s)
5/10 @ Mayo Center for the Performing Arts, Morristown, NJ (w/the B-52s)
5/11 @ Pianos, New York, NY
5/13 @ Ram’s Head Live, Baltimore, MD (w/the B-52s)
5/14 @ Count Basie Theatre, Red Bank, NJ (w/the B-52s)
5/16 @ House of Blues, Boston, MA (w/the B-52s)
5/21 @ Key Club, West Hollywood, CA

Tracks from Not Only…But Also have made waves on television, video games and online, continuing a trend The 88 began on their prior releases. Lead track “Coming Home” was heard in the premiere episode of 90210, while Gossip Girl showcased the piano-driven rocker “It’s A Lot”. The super-charged “Sons And Daughters” is a challenge to Rock Band 2 gamers. And in keeping with their DIY roots, their unique video for “Coming Home”, in which they spent the bulk of the video’s budget on free fuel for passing motorists at a local gas station, was featured on and Yahoo’s “Who’s Next”.


Founded in Los Angeles in 2002, The 88 have released three albums – Kind of Light, Over and Over and Not Only… But Also. The band is perhaps best known for their staggering number of music placements in film (Failure to Launch, You Me and Dupree), television (ABC’s Grey’s Anatomy, CBS’ How I Met Your Mother) and advertising (Sears, Target, Microsoft Zune) among others. Aside from extensive touring in North America, they have appeared on numerous national talk shows including Late Late Show With Craig Ferguson, Jimmy Kimmel Live and Last Call With Carson Daly. The 88 are lead singer/guitarist Keith Slettedahl, pianist Adam Merrin and drummer Anthony Zimmitti.

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