Showing posts with label Cobra Lounge. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Cobra Lounge. Show all posts

Saturday, December 6, 2014

CORRECTIONS HOUSE, StatiqBloom, Vukari at Cobra Lounge Monday (21+)

Chi, IL Live Shows On Our Radar


DOORS: 7:00 PM / SHOW: 8:00 PM
Monday Dec 8, 2014
Doors: 7:00 PM
Show: 8:00 PM
21 and over
$12 - $15

Tickets HERE

Friday, June 13, 2014

INCOMING: Motoblot


We're getting ready to let 'er RIP! So grab your gear, top-off the tank and hit the highway... You're not going to want to miss this one!! 
Motoblot is Friday, Saturday and Sunday, June 13-15
Tickets and Registration at:

TRAFFIC ALERT: Inbound KENNEDY Expressway Construction

We Highly Recommend trying to avoid the Inbound Kennedy Expressway (I-94 East) due to lane closures near the Ohio Street exit <.  Using surface streets are recommended ( Ashland or Western or other alternate North / South Streets). If you are coming from North of Chicago we recommend I-294 to 1-290 as an Alternate.

Enjoy the bikes, hot rods, pin-up contest and entertainment from the Magic Hat stage all weekend, including Detroit Cobras, Wicker Man and the Chicago School of Rock, while you sip on a few beers that will be on tap: Genesee Cream Ale, Labatt’s Blue, Magic No.9, and a special brew only available on tap at MOTOBLOT, Magic Hat Dream Machine.

Check out our Agenda and be sure to Register Early and Purchase Your Tickets NOW at

Monday, July 16, 2012

Cobrafest Saturday With Coathangers, Heavy Cream, White Mystery and Habibi #live show shots

This is ChiIL Live Shows full set of original photos of bands Coathangers, Heavy Cream, White Mystery and Habibi.   They played Cobrafest 2012, Pitchfork after party at Cobra Lounge, Chicago.   Sailor Jerry provided drink specials, swag, and free tattoos for VIPs and musicians in their classic Airstream!    Check out SmugMug for our searchable photo galleries.

I had the sweet opportunity to cover Sailor Jerry's Cobrafest, Pitchfork After Party at Cobra Lounge on Saturday for The Local Tourist.  Our original coverage along with a preview of Sunday's sick lineup 
appears here.   Below we've included an excerpt from that piece.

When I hear sailor, I think rum, tunes and tattoos in that order.   Saturday night, thanks to Sailor Jerry, we partied old school, like a bunch of sailors on shore leave.      
Cobrafest was the ultimate Pitchfork after party within short walking distance of Union Park.  Sailor Jerry was even giving out wooden nickles worth a free spiced rum drink of your choice, and black VIP armbands for free drinks all night.  On the back patio, they had sweet swag like free black t's, buttons, and CDs for everyone.  I tried a Sailor Jerry's Spiced Rum/ lemonade/ iced tea combo, refreshing after a hot day in the sun.   My favorite was the Sailor Jerry's Spiced Rum/ ginger beer/ ginger ale.    Spice up and cool down your summer.
This Cobra's got bite.   
Bites to eat and eats with a bite that is!    We thoroughly enjoyed the jalapeno and chedder corn fritters and Buffalo hot wings.  We also went for the comfort food and had some unbelievably tasty mac and cheese.  Highly recommended in the beyond bar food genre.
Last night we met up with a slew of band members getting free tattoos in the Sailor Jerry's Airstream from Chi-Town artist, Nick Colella, of Great Lakes Tattoo.  After they got inked up,  we saw them rock the stage from around 10pm when the crowds left Pitchfork, to well after 1am.  It was "Ladies Night" and truly a pleasure to check out girl bands Habibi, White Mystery, Heavy Cream, and Coathangers.  We're old school punk/metal fans at heart and these girls (and token boy--Francis Scott Key White, drummer in White Mystery) rocked!  
Cobra could have been playing our ipod before and between sets.    They had some seriously sweet playlist going on....heavy on the 80's punk and metal.    Then on the back patio, things were chill with a DJ spinning mellow, retro 50's classics.    

All night on stage, the girl punks killed it.    Check out their web sites below:  

Check back with ChiIL Live Shows like we vote in Chi, IL...early and often.   We have live HD show footage and loads of our original band video interviews coming soon including:

Band Interviews:
Black Tusk
Municipal Waste
English Dogs
Veronica Falls
Royal Baths
Bobby Bare Jr.
Cymbals Eat Guitars
Ellis Paul
Laura Viers

Dennis Watkins-Houdini at House Theatre
Dave SaLoutos-The Circus World Museum in Baraboo, WI

*We've also got press credentials again for Lollapalooza, so we'll have a ton of advance press, and photo filled recaps in the coming weeks.

Wednesday, April 25, 2012

Witchburn LIVE Show Shots-Opening for Prong at Cobra Lounge

ChiIL Live Shows original live shots-Witchburn at Cobra Lounge opening for Prong, Chicago 4-20-12

Check 'em out!   Great for your METAL HEALTH...

Band Bio from their main site:

Heavy, down tuned, southern fried, whiskey soaked sabbra cadabra. Their live show pulsates with seething and sultry, sweaty energy. Bringing as much groove as brutal thunder, the music is like a hammer straight to your soul, crashing down through the sky... only you welcome its impact the moment they tear into their first song. 

Spilling their guts on every stage they play, they've opened for Slipknot, Helmet, Crowbar, Saint Vitus, Blue Cheer, Mudvayne, Fu Manchu, 3 Inches of Blood, Trouble, Zeke, Pentagram and Valient Thorr, to name a few. 



Featuring the soaring, soulful vocal power and prowess of Jamie Nova and the monster riff-crafting of Mischa Kianne on guitar and occasionally violin, 

along with the unmatched low-end heaviness of Jacy Peckham on bass coupled with the bone-crushing, rock solid anchor provided by Dana Sims on drums, 

Witchburn is the sound of rebellion in the voice of a hate-child conceived during a mythical orgy between Black Sabbath, Janis Joplin, Ronnie James Dio and Heart.

Witchburn delivers passionate, moody southern metal, made even more potent by the band's fierce energy and considerable musical chops. The smoky grooves are deep and heavy, tapping into a classic rock vein with gritty guitar lines, seamlessly blending vintage rock influence with that of modern metal. Their ready-for-battle anthems, apocalyptic overtones and dirty, doom-laden riffs keep your ears glued while confirming that these are dedicated musicians with genuine love for all that is heavy. 


Singer Jamie Nova is also well known for her former role as lead vocalist in the all female AC/DC tribute band Hell's Belles, in which she portrayed Bon Scott and Brian Johnson with her surprisingly expressive vocal range. 

Seeing what else this band is capable of becomes even more attractive when the black-dreadlocked guitarist trades her Les Paul for a violin on a song or two. 

Their mighty riffing, powerful vocals and kick ass, shout-along choruses completely galvanize even the most skeptical listeners, sending them promptly into blissful abandon as they surrender to pumping their fists in the air.

In the summer of 2010, the band independently released their first full-length album, This Is How We Slay Our Demons... which features 13 original tracks and was produced by Seattle's legendary Jack Endino (Nirvana, High on Fire, Zeke, Valient Thorr, 3 Inches of Blood to name but a few). They followed the release with aggressive touring throughout the western half of the US that summer, the following winter, and into the spring. 

They were also featured in the line up of Northwest summer festival concerts PDX Rockfest and the KISW Pain in the Grass 2011 alongside Korn, Queensryche, Chevelle, Hinder, Five Finger Death Punch, All That Remains and more, as well as Bumbershoot 2011 in Seattle with Pentagram, Valient Thorr, Red Fang and more. The band completed a European tour of in the fall of 2011 and are about to head to Hawaii for just a couple of dates before they hit the road to tour the states again in both March and April.

Witchburn has also garnered strong support from radio, including KISW in their native Seattle. The opening track on their debut offering, "Bleed the Stone", was featured in the KISW 9 O’clock Cockfight with Jolene, where it went on to win the maximum 7 times in a row before the song was placed in the Cockfight's "Hall of Fame". The station has also featured Witchburn as BJ Shea's Loud and Local Band of the Week on two separate occasions. 


Plans to record the follow up to their debut album are quickly coming together for the band to enter the studio with Jack Endino once again. Both the band and Endino are excited to work together again and the record’s completion is expected sometime in late spring or early summer, 2012. 

Pouring their whole hearts into their own bluesy brand of sultry Sabbath sludge, Witchburn commands you to throw your metal horns up high!


En Masse Live Show Shots-Opening for Prong at Cobra Lounge

ChiIL Live Shows original show shots

En Masse opened for Prong at Cobra Lounge, 4-20-12. 

Here's their deal, according to their FB Page:

Hometown: Batavia, IL
Genres: Metal / Metal / Metal
Label: N/A
Members: Don/Vocals, Parrot/Drums, Tony/Bass, Mike/Gutiar
A metal band. From the Chicago land area. They formed in 2010 to create a mixture of traditional Thrash/Death Metal with old school Hardcore and made a new mix. If you are a fan of Obituary, Cannibal Corpse, DRI, Slayer, Deicide, Pantera, Pestilence, Lamb of God, Possessed and Death, then you will like the fast hard hitting beats, riffs and vocals that they produce. They are an In Your Face band that will be sure to melt your face in the pit.

Prong Video Interview With ChiIL Live Shows & Live Show Shots From Cobra Lounge, Chicago #Album Review

ChiIL Live Shows caught up with front man, Tommy Victor and drummer, Alexei Rodriguez, before their 4/20 set at Cobra Lounge, Chicago, for an exclusive video interview.   We talked about everything from their new album, to that crazy chaos that's parenting and touring as a musician.   Tommy and Alexei both have daughters on either end of the age spectrum-about to graduate from high school and 20 months old.   They had some insights for our continuing series on How Creatives Parent and How Parents  Create.   Check it out here.

Prong is back with a vengeance.  Their 8th studio album, Carved Into Stone is just released and their recent 4/20 Chi-Town show at Cobra Lounge sold out!  Here at ChiIL Live Shows, we've been giving Carved Into Stone a listen repeatedly, and can't get enough.   Hopefully Tommy's serious when he says they're writing new material and want to put out back to back albums, and ride the momentum of this sonic boom, Carved in Stone, instead of slipping back into oblivion, and releasing another album in 5 years.    This album, the first all new material in 5 years, indeed, is an amalgam of the best of Prong's past and fresh new fury.   

These 11 tracks of rage will bring joy to metal fans world wide.  There's not a weak link in the bunch, but Revenge_Served Cold will warm hearts.   This album comes out swinging with Eternal Heat, and doesn't ease up.   Ammunition, State of Rebellion, and List of Grievances (likely our favorite) provide plenty of rebellion ragers.   We also really dig Keep on Living in Pain and Eternal Heat.  Even the slower title track, Path of Least Resistance and Reinvestigate which close out the album, are strong and full of sweet riffs.  Carved into Stone is a metal must have. 
On 4/20, we caught a little of En Masse and Witchburn's whole set and were super impressed with Witchburn in particular.   We'll have live show shots from both bands up in the very near future.  We'd seen some past Witchburn clips online that were interesting enough, but they just don't do their live show justice.   Check 'em out when you can!

During Prong, the pit was so frenetic and outta control they had to send in the bouncers and toss a few bodies out of the club.   I got smashed into the side of the stage a half dozen times and eventually had to duck behind the merch table fast.  I spent a few days limping, but my camera gear all survived.   Despite the near brawl, it was a welcome reunion and the band sounded great!   They've still got that legendary power to stir things up. 

*Tony Campos is presently touring with Soulfly.   Phil Zeller (Toxic Holocaust) is on bass
Tommy Victor began as a sound guy for CBGBs, and formed the first incarnation of the band with bassist Mike Kirkland who was CBGB’s doorman.   In the past 20+ years, Prong has been through many incarnations and weathered the death of their bass player, ex-Killing Joke bassist Paul Raven, at age 46.   They've been on tour with many of the big boys like
Sepultura, Pantera, Soulfly and Fear Factory, among others.   Tommy took a hiatus from Prong around 2000 and played with Danzig and Ministry.   He'll be back out again in May with Danzig Legacy.   Check Prong's site for dates/cities.

They were signed by Epic in 89 and unceremoniously dropped in 96 after the album Rude Awakening turned eerily prophetic, and proved a rude awakening for the band, indeed, when it didn't sell as well as anticipated.   In our interview, Tommy conceded that for a while after that he wanted nothing to do with Prong, but eventually ran out of money and decided to give it another go.   We hate to sound all schadenfreude (happy about the misfortunes of others), but the metal world was not finished with Prong, and we welcome you back with bursting ear drums and head banging mosh pits.    Your cash flow problems = our gain.   And failure, struggle and loss make for great material.

With fresh material in mind, Prong tapped producer, Steve Evetts (Dillinger Escape Plan, Suicide
Silence), who worked them relentlessly to make Carved Into Stone as good as it gets.   Tommy and Alexei spoke humorously, heatedly, and at length about the whole brutal recording process.  As so often happens, we had our best conversations off camera, once the lens wasn't pointed at the band.   Suffice it to say, all the hard work paid off and they're pleased with the final result.

Evetts was a great fit for polishing up Carved Into Stone, so all the raw power, energy and emotion come through, combined with technical prowess.    They may have hated the tedious retakes, but with high production values and a perfectionist streak, plus a healthy ear toward not overproducing, Evetts earned his excellent reputation and did right by the band.


Here's Prong's take on Carved Into Stone off their home site:

What becomes an iconoclast the most? Carved Into Stone sums up what
Prong stands for. This is an album slaked in hostility, personal
detachment and seething with the urban paranoia that's long been the
mark of this sonic triad. It's eleven tracks that don't merely settle
into the New York City-born band's cannon of material that has yielded
post-metal classics including Beg To Differ and Cleansing. It exceeds

"I hate nostalgia," says mainstay, vocalist and guitarist Tommy Victor
whose musical and personal outlook belies his current Los Angeles
environs. "But this record literally has every strand of Prong's DNA
spliced together in a way that feels more exciting than it has in some

Produced and mixed by Steve Evetts (Dillinger Escape Plan, Suicide
Silence), Carved Into Stone picks up where Prong's classic albums left
off. Opener "Eternal Heat" sets things off at a blistering pace fueled
by drummer Alexei Rodriguez and bassist Tony Campos' formidable rhythm
section. Meanwhile, the likes of "Revenge…Best Served Cold" is absolute,
classic Prong: a huge riff slaked with bitter sentiments.

Tommy Victor admits that Carved Into Stone is the first time Prong has
taken direction from a producer in the studio. "It's also the hardest
I've ever worked on a record," he says of working with Evetts. "I'm
happier with the way it came out more than almost anything I've ever
done but there were points during it I wanted to kill myself and
everyone around me."

Prong emerged from the New York City underground of the late 80's,
quickly setting themselves apart from the conformist culture of the
city's hardcore and metal scenes. They were recognized internationally
for their first two independent releases: Primitive Origins and Force
Fed. When Prong's dalliance with the outer limits of the mainstream
acceptance came via Epic Records, it proved more successful than the
underground-bred trio ever expected. The band's "Snap Your Fingers Snap
Your Neck" from Cleansing became Prong's calling card.

"It felt like the world had finally caught up with us," says Tommy.
Prong's influence was being felt in the scene around them. Bands from
the likes of Pantera to White Zombie to Korn were taking notice of
Prong's purposeful, creative riffing and making that the template for
platinum selling success. "I wasn't jealous," Tommy recalls. "But I
could take a royalty check or two."

At the beginning of the 2000's, Tommy put Prong aside for a time to
play with Danzig and Ministry. It was a much-needed time for Victor to
refocus his energies. When Prong finally twisted itself back into form,
they toured exhaustively both headlining and supporting the likes of
Soulfly and Fear Factory. Slowly but surely, the songs and ideas that
would become Carved Into Stone began to take form. "The songs I was
writing felt more like Prong than anything I had written since Raven was
in the band," says Tommy, recalling the era when the recently deceased
ex-Killing Joke bassist Paul Raven was one of his co-conspirators.

Prong's Long Branch Records/SPV debut Carved Into Stone isn't merely
another chapter in the band's many-storied career or the much clichéd
"return to form". It's the sound of Tommy Victor and Company stating
exactly who Prong is. Like it or not, they aren't about to go away any
time soon.  

Like Tommy said in our interview, they're busy gorging on Beg To Differ on those long stretches in the van, so they'll be ready to bust it out in May for their European Tour.

Check out Prong's main site here.

Friday, April 20, 2012

4/20 Means Metal in Chi-Town Tonight at Cobra Lounge & Empty Bottle

 photo credit:   Freeman Promotions

Prong-live at Cobra Lounge TONIGHT.   ChiIL Live Shows will be there...will YOU?   We'll be shooting stills and have a full review up shortly.

Prong Premiere New Song on Noisecreep 

New Album Carved Into Stone In Stores April 24th on Long Branch Records

Check out the exclusive premiere of "Ammunition" courtesy of Noisecreep HERE.

PRONG are currently on tour with Crowbar and Witchburn, in support of their forthcoming release Carved Into Stone which is set for an April 24th release date on Long Branch Records, a division of SPV.

The song "Eternal Heat" is streaming courtesy of Metal Insider.

PRONG has completed work on their Long Branch Records debut with producer Steve Evetts.  PRONG (whose lineup includes bassist Tony Campos and drummer Alexei Rodriguez) has taken a major step forward in their constantly evolving brand of sonic schematics.

Carved into Stone is quintessentially PRONG. It stretches into the band's earliest and dirtiest foundations on which the band was founded on New York's Lower East Side to the present as a staple of today's post-metal and rock scenes.

PRONG recently unveiled the tracklisting and the album art for Carved Into Stone. The artwork was created by Vance Kelly (Down, The Sword)

Carved Into Stone Tracklisting
1) Eternal Heat
2) Keep on Living in Pain
3) Ammunition
4) Revenge ... Best Served Cold
5) State of Rebellion
6) Put Myself to Sleep
7) List of Grievances
8) Carved Into Stone
9) Subtract
10) Path of Least Resistance
11) Reinvestigate

With Crowbar and Witchburn:

4/20: Chicago, IL @ Cobra Lounge
4/21: Detroit, MI @ Harpo's

4/22: Nashville, TN @ Exit/In 
4/23: Little Rock, AR @ Downtown Music Hall
4/24: Shreveport, LA @ Riverside Warehouse
4/27: Scottsdale, AZ @ Martini Ranch*
4/28: Temecula, CA @ The Vault*
4/30: Santa Barbara, CA @ Velvet Jones*

*PRONG headlines

Noisecreep says:
On April 24, Prong will release Carved Into Stone, the post-metal pioneering band's eighth studio album. Produced by Steve Evetts (Dillinger Escape Plan, Every Time I Die), founding vocalist/guitarist Tommy Victor commented about the album, "It was hardest I've ever worked in the studio on any record I've ever been involved with."

"I always believed there were many dimensions to Prong," says Victor. "Every record we've been associated with different scenes - hardcore, metal, industrial - even dance! I think this record brings all of that together and sounds very modern at the same time."

In this Noisecreep exclusive, we're proud to bring you the exclusive premiere of "Ammunition," a track off of Carved Into Stone. The song is a lean and mean slab of riffy metal that will have you air-guitaring at your desk within seconds!

*Check out ChiIL Live Shows pit photos of Dillinger Escape Plan from their show on 11/11/11 opening for Mastodon at The Vic right here.  

For more info visit:

Cobra Lounge is sold out for tonight

If you missed out, head over to Empty Bottle instead (or after).  Bloodiest goes on at midnight and ChiIL Live Shows will be shooting there as well!

Click here for all the Bloodiest details
Fri Apr 20 2012 10:00 PM
$8 (advance), $10

Get a free mp3 download from Bloodiest! After your purchase you’ll get a link to download "Fallen". Enjoy!

Featuring members of 90 DAY MEN, ATOMBOMBPOCKETKNIFE, STERLING, and YAKUZA – BLOODIEST continuously blow our minds and our eardrums with the menacing and malevolent classical and drone inspired metal found on their debut Descent, an album whose LP release we are celebrating to night.  

Trebuchet Magazine says a listen to the LP will leave you “almost comatose. After returning to a normal state of mind a few minutes after the album has finished, uncurling from the fetal position on the floor you’ll find yourself in if you have truly been listening, the only thing that will come to mind is simply, ‘What the fuck was that?””  

That can only mean fantastic things when churned out on the Empty Bottle stage.  To gear you up for the auditory beating, we are excited to welcome back PLANETSEXPLODER celebrating a release of their own – an EP they’ll have available at the show that lives up to their reputation for being so loud they were asked to relocate out of their old practice space so as not to upset the neighbors.  WINTERS IN OSAKA return to open here tonight -  having gone past their punk influenced noise roots, the outfit is now creating quieter, spookier ambient/drone music and has added members of HARPOON and BONGRIPPER to the fold.   

If you’re looking to have your mind shattered this 4.20, this is where you need to be.

With special guest: Lagunitas Brewing Company! Celebrating 4.20 with a Tap Takeover of these flavor-packed Draft Offerings:

Lagunitas A Little Sumpin Sumpin
Lagunitas Cappuccino Stout
Lagunitas Dog Town Pale Ale
Lagunitas Hop Stoopid Ale
Lagunitas Imperial Red Ale
Lagunitas India Pale Ale
Lagunitas Maximus Ale
Lagunitas Pilsner
Lagunitas Waldo

*Lagunitas IPA is seriously my fav beer, though I could be talked into A Little Sumpin Sumpin, too.   

Monday, April 9, 2012

Play Locally-April Highlights: Theatre Openings, Music and #Giveaways

It's an eventful, event filled April in Chi-Town. 

Scroll All The Way Down For A Month Full of Adult & Family Friendly Highlights Below Including 21+ punk & metal shows, Ticket Give Aways, original video interviews, live kids' show footage, Beat Kitchen Concerts for Kids, Bloodiest vinyl release, C2E2, CIMMfest 2012, Human Nature The Motown Show, 20 FREE copies of Just Kids book by Patti Smith, Prong, recommended bands at Cobra
Lounge & Empty Bottle, Reggies, Schubas, & Sub-T, Theatre openings, CD releases, and more:


Sunday 4/15   Beat Kitchen's Concerts for Kids features The Boogers (Ramones style punk for the punk kin) at noon.   ChiIL Mama's stoked to sponsor the series aimed at birth through 10 year olds with parents.   Infants are free.   Everyone else is just $6!   Win 4 free tickets right here, to see The Boogers.   We pick new winners weekly and have 4 free tickets to all kids' shows at Beat Kitchen and many other venues throughout Chicago.   Then check out ChiIL Mama's YouTube Channel for loads of live Boogers show footage and our exclusive video interview with the band.

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Tuesday, March 27, 2012

Prong-Carved Into Stone 4/24 & Chicago 4/20 Show

New Album Carved Into Stone In Stores April 24th on Long Branch Records

Chicago--Save the date and come out to see them live on 4/20 at Cobra Lounge!    ChiIL Live Shows will have an exclusive video interview with the band and we'll be shooting stills at the show.

PRONG are set to release their new album Carved Into Stone April 24th on Long Branch Records. Today the band is premiering a track from the album exclusively on Metal Insider. Get a first listen to the song "Eternal Heat" today and be sure to check out an exclusive interview with Tommy Victor HERE.
PRONG will be hitting the road tomorrow for a string of headlining dates with support coming from Black Tusk. This leg runs through March 26th in Fullerton, CA. Following those shows PRONG will be hitting the road with Crowbar and Witchburn. All dates are listed below
PRONG has completed work on their Long Branch Records debut with producer Steve Evetts.  PRONG (whose lineup includes bassist Tony Campos and drummer Alexei Rodriguez) has taken a major step forward in their constantly evolving brand of sonic schematics.
Carved into Stone is quintessentially PRONG. It stretches into the band's earliest and dirtiest foundations on which the band was founded on New York's Lower East Side to the present as a staple of today's post-metal and rock scenes.
PRONG recently unveiled the tracklisting and the album art for Carved Into Stone. The artwork was created by Vance Kelly (Down, The Sword)
Carved Into Stone Tracklisting
1) Eternal Heat
2) Keep on Living in Pain
3) Ammunition
4) Revenge ... Best Served Cold
5) State of Rebellion
6) Put Myself to Sleep
7) List of Grievances
8) Carved Into Stone
9) Subtract
10) Path of Least Resistance
11) Reinvestigate
See PRONG Live:
3/21: San Diego (Hillcrest) @ Ruby Room
3/22: Los Angeles, CA @ The Viper Room
3/23: Las Vegas, NV @ LVCS
3/24: Tempe, AZ @ The Clubhouse
3/25: Fresno, CA @ Starline
3/26: Fullerton, CA @ Slidebar
With Crowbar and Witchburn:
4/5: Dallas, TX @ Trees
4/6: Houston, TX @ Scout Bar
4/7: San Antonio, TX @ Green Room
4/8: El Paso, TX @ House of Rock
4/11: Hollywood, CA @ The Whisky
4/12: Flagstaff, AZ @ Orpheum Theater
4/13: Gallup, NM @ Slopshot Billiards
4/14: Denver, CO @ Marquis Theater
4/16: St. Louis, MO @ Fubar
4/17: St. Paul, MN @ Station 4
4/18: Cleveland, OH @ Peabody's
4/19: Louisville, KY @ Phoenix Hill Tavern
4/20: Chicago, IL @ Cobra Lounge
4/21: Detroit, MI @ Harpo's
4/22: Nashville, TN @ Exit/In
4/23: Little Rock, AR @ Downtown Music Hall
4/24: Shreveport, LA @ Riverside Warehouse
For more info visit:

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