A DOLL’S TALE!

NEW YORK DOLLS legend Sylvain Sylvain hits the UK this week for an intimate series of dates, sponsored by Vive Le Rock!

The solo dates in support of the guitarist’s warts’n’all autobiography There’s No Bones In Ice Cream will find him accompanying himself on some of the songs that made his and the band’s name, between anecdotes from the incredible life story of one of the USA’s most notorious rock’n’roll bands.

Catch him on the road at…

Thurs 19 July – Trades Club, Hebden Bridge
Fri 20 July – Museum & Art Gallery, Blackburn
Sat 21 July – Attma, Manchester
Sun 22 July – The Dublin Castle, London
Tues 24 July – Hotel Pelirocco, Brighton
Thurs 26 July – Saint Luke’s, Glasgow
Fri 27 July – Voodoo Rooms, Edinburgh
Sun 29 July – Bar 10, Forfar

Set for publication on 19 July, There’s No Bones In Ice Cream is available to pre-order here.

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POST-TRUMP PUNK PARTY!

If you’re in London this Friday, demonstrating about the presence of Mr Trump, and feel inclined to end the day with some righteous punk rock action, you may wish to know that Harlow’s finest, THE NEWTOWN NEUROTICS will be headlining a FREE punk party in Camden.

Organised by Garageland, the show at The Lock Tavern, Chalk Farm Road will also feature rising stars THE RANDY SAVAGES and YOUNG FRANCIS plus DJ Hey Paula ’til 1am.

As previously announced, the Neurotics recently smashed the crowdfunding target for their documentary movie Kick Out!, directed by Luke Baker, which is now in the works.

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WINSTON SMITH IN CONVERSATION!

Best known for his Dead Kennedys artwork and collages for Jello Biafra’s Alternative Tentacles, Winston Smith recently returned toLondon to display his first art show since 1989. Across 19 and 20 May,Winston, alongside curator Alan Dickey, showed some of his iconic work of the late 1970s and 1980s. Winston told Vive Le Rock, “If you compare what was going on during the Reagan, Thatcher era and now with the Trump, Theresa May and Putin era it is a perfect time to bring back collage art!”

The event held at Orbital Comics was busy throughout the weekend with the highlight being Winston’s live interview with Savage Pencil. You can watch the interview on Winston’s website.

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REVEREND HORTON HEAT HITS LONDON!

Dallas punkabilly stalwarts REVEREND HORTON HEAT blow in for a London show next week.

The show at the O2 Academy, Islington on Thursday 5 July is the band’s only UK performance this time round.

Making their first visit to these shores in three years, Jim ‘The Rev’ Heath and bassman Jimbo Wallace are now joined by new drummer RJ Contreras and piano-player Matt Jordan, who are set to make their recorded debut with the band on a new album this autumn.

Support comes from legendary rockabilly artist VINCE RAY’S LOSER MACHINE.

Tickets for the show are on sale here.

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PASTURES AND PASTORS!

Stevenage goth standard-bearers FIELDS OF THE NEPHILIM join forces with Aussie psych legends THE CHURCH this autumn for three UK dates.

Having come to prominence during the 80s, at opposite ends of the same spectrum, this will be the first time the two bands have toured together.

Formed in 1984, the Nephilim, still featuring original members Carl McCoy and Tony Pettitt, broke an 11-year recording hiatus with a new single ‘Prophecy’ in 2016.

Billed as Special Guests, The Church came together in Sydney in 1980 and  released their latest album Man Woman Life Death Infinity last autumn and have just completed a successful series of UK headline shows on the back of an appearance at Robert Smith’s Meltdown Festival.

Check out ‘Another Century’

The two bands play the following dates…

Monday 29th Oct – O2 Ritz Manchester
Wednesday 31st Oct – O2 Shepherds Bush Empire
Thursday 1st Nov – O2 Institute Birmingham

Tickets are on sale here.

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HIP HAPPENING AT THE HOPE!

Two of the UK’s finest garage rock’n’roll bands meet up for a rare London showdown this month.

Nottingham’s HIP PRIESTS and Birmingham’s BLACK BOMBERS will be taking the stage at this month’s instalment of the fabulous Rockaway Beach Club at the legendary Hope & Anchor in Islington on Friday 29 June. Support comes from Detroit-influenced two-piece THE LOVE ME TENDERS.

Tickets priced £7 are on sale here.

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RANDY SAVAGES VIDEO EXCLUSIVE!

North London punks RANDY SAVAGES are set to release their debut single next month and they’re premiering their first video exclusively with Vive Le Rock!

‘Intercontinental’ is one side of a double-A single shared with ‘Guilty Of Nuthin’, which is set for release through Memphis label Wrecked-Em Wreckords on 13 July.

Describing themselves as “the missing link between cheap speed and Cheap Trick”, the band recorded the single in their own studio, buitl out of two disused shipping containers somewhere in Camden Town.

In their first year, they’ve played dates with the likes of Eddie & The Hot Rods, Anti-Nowhere League and Protex and next month they join the bill of Vive Le Rock and Some Weird Sin’s Pump It Up! Power Pop Weekender.  Taking place at The Finsbury Pub, Manor House over the weekend of 28-29 July, the event features sets from Protex, THE BARRACUDAS (only London show this year!), DIRTY FENCES, FAZ WALTZ, ROLE MODELS, LOS PEPES, LUCY & THE RATS and more. Tickets are available here.

Full Randy Savages tour dates…

24 June – Canterbury – Lady Luck
13 July – Camden – Lock Tavern – Garageland – single launch (w/ Newtown Neurotics)
15 July – Derby – Hairy Dog – Punks Against Cancer
28 July – London – The Finsbury – Powerpop Weekender
11 Aug – Kingston – Fighting Cocks
17 Aug – Leeds – Bad Apples
18 Aug – Oldham – Bank Top
18 Nov – London – 100 Club

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STRANGE CONVERSATION!

Legendary DOCTORS OF MADNESS founder Richard Strange took the time to talk to Vive Le Rock ahead of his show at London’s Bush Hall on Saturday 9 June.

As previously announced, Richard and a band involving several special guests will be performing his classic solo concept album The Phenomenal Rise Of Richard Strange for the first time ever in its entirety. Tickets for the show are available here.

The Bush Hall Show sounds like a spectacular, what should people expect?
An immersive, multimedia, interactive event, featuring some of the greatest musicians I have ever worked with. Between them they have worked with Bob Dylan, PJ Harvey, Tom Waits, Nick Cave, Tindersticks, The Who, Atomic Rooster, Scott Walker, Sarah Jane Morris, Madness, Band of Holy Joy, The Higsons, Jamairoquai …oh and the Doctors of Madness!

Is this really the first time it’s been performed in full, what took you so long?
The time was never right… I had fallout with Virgin soon after it was released, Cabaret Futura was going strong, my acting career was starting to take off and the original band had started to go their separate ways. We did some of the songs at Glastonbury in 2009, but never the whole show, and never a staged version embracing the political narrative.

Will it be just you on the stage?
No, see above… This is a 24 carat all-star band, plus films, staging, guests, bells and whistles!! All the hoopla of a Trump convention… but without Stormy Daniels!

The album is nearly 40 years old, do you feel it speaks to these times?
More than ever… Obviously I have been working on it a lot and listening to it a lot recently, as you can imagine. Never been more relevant. A Maverick politician uses showbiz techniques, media manipulation and sheer brass neck to become president (of a Federated Europe, which is in total political meltdown). The second verse of one of the songs starts…

“Bombing in Madrid by Franco’s chosen sons.
Mussolini resurrected in Rome.
And meanwhile back in London
there’s this woman whose ambition
is to send everybody home”.
(On Top Of The World. Copyright Richard Strange 1978)

You couldn’t make it up…. Oh hold on… I DID… in 1978!! But that could have been the BBC news today… Meltdown in Italy, Spain, UK, Hungary, Germany, Holland. Resurgent nationalism/fascism, a media that distort news for its own ends.. etc etc. Any resemblance between my character and any other character, living or dead, is purely intentional!

Where does your love of theatrical presentation come from?
I have been lucky enough to work with the best! Directors like Robert Wilson, Yuri Lyubimov, choreographers like Luca Silvestrini of Protein Dance, artists like Gavin Turk and Haroon Mirza, film directors like Harmony Korine, Martin Scorsese and Tim Burton. Event curators like Hal Willner, who did the Disney show at the RFH with Jarvis Cocker, and the Fellini show and the Sea Shanties shows at The Barbican. I love the way he flies by the seat of his pants and always pulls off something unforgettable…….. I am sponge… I watch everyone, everything, and adapt to my own needs. I always carry a note book. The scenes are out there every day! You just got to see them (and not forget them)!

You’ve worked with the great and the [not so!] good. Who taught you the most?
I think Robert Wilson, with whom I spent 3 years working on ‘The Black Rider’ with Marianne Faithfull, (the Tom Waits/William Burroughs musical play) was a huge experience for me. We did it at The Barbican, in LA, in San Francisco and in Sydney. Watching Bob work is a masterclass in stagecraft, lighting, movement, composition and sheer bloody mindedness!! Also writing a cantata with the great Gavin Bryars, based on the life and work of William Burroughs, was an inspiration. Neville Farmer, the director, and I are just finishing editing the movie of the event. Tim Burton was great to work with (on Batman) and Martin Scorsese is a lifelong hero… (Though if I could have chosen ANY of his films to work on, it would probably NOT have been Gangs of New York). Working with Harmony Korine, Anita Pallenberg, Denis Lavant and Diego Luna on Mr Lonely was a gas. It was 6 weeks of non-stop insanity in the most remote part of the Highlands, with only the midges for company! I love the energy and dedication and attention to detail of Luca Silvestrini, the choreographer with Protein Dance

You had a ringside seat for the Punk movement, is it true the Pistols supported you?
Yep. Not only supported us (1976) but also robbed us while we were onstage!! I sat next to Paul Cook a couple of weeks ago at the Albert Hall, watching my mate Joe Elliott raise billions for Teenage Cancer Charity and felt a hand in my pocket…turned to see who it was and it was Cookie…. he laughed and he gave me a lovely hug!

What would you say to anyone one thinking of waiting another 40 years to witness The Phenomenal Rise of Richard Strange?
See you there!

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LORDS OF THE REISSUED CHURCH!

THE LORDS OF THE NEW CHURCH are to have their classic debut album reissued this Summer in expanded form.

The eponymously-titled The Lords Of The New Church was originally released through manager Miles Copeland’s Illegal Records in 1982.

The band was the first genuine supergroup to emerge from the punk-era, featuring Brian James from THE DAMNED, Stiv Bators from THE DEAD BOYS, Dave Tregunna from SHAM 69 and Nicky Turner from THE BARRACUDAS. Bators and Tregunna had previously united in the short-lived THE WANDERERS.

The album was an immediate success, reaching No.3 on the UK Indie Chart, with the single ‘Open Your Eyes’ reaching the Top 30 of the US Modern Rock chart. Switching the the major-distributed I.R.S label, the band would release two more successful albums – Is Nothing Sacred? and The Method To Our Madness – before splitting in 1989.

The double-disc The Lords Of The New Church – Special Edition sees the original 10-track album boosted by the inclusion of ‘Girls Girls Girls’ and ‘Young Don’t Cry’, the original B-sides of the ‘Open Your Eyes’ and ‘Russian Roulette’ singles. The second disc features a 13-track live set from ’82 from the legendary Long Island club, My Father’s Place.

The album is set for release on 20 July through Blixa Sounds Records.

Check out the video for ‘Open Your Eyes’.

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ALL RISE FOR RICHARD!

Legendary DOCTORS OF MADNESS founder RICHARD STRANGE has announced a one-off performance of his classic solo album The Phenomenal Rise Of Richard Strange.

Described as a ‘political fantasy concept’, the album was originally released in 1981, three years after the dissolution of the Doctors.

The show at London’s Bush Hall on Saturday 9 June will be the ‘first and only full and complete’ performance of the album, and will be delivered in a special cabaret-style setting with special guests and many surprises.

Formed in Brixton and described as “the missing link between David Bowie and The Sex Pistols”, The Doctors Of Madness were a huge influence on punk (Dave Vanian was even briefly a member), but being very much ahead of their time, were unable to reap any rewards. A box set retrospective released last year through Cherry Red was accompanied by some rapturously-received live shows.

Tickets for the Bush Hall show, priced £22, are on sale here.

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NEVILLE STAPLE ON THE FESTIVAL TRAIL!

SPECIALS and FUN BOY THREE legend NEVILLE STAPLE has lined up a summer of festival appearances.

Since leaving the Specials in 2012, Neville has resumed his solo career with gusto, touring widely and releasing the album Return Of Judge Roughneck in February last year through Cleopatra.

You can catch Neville and his band at the following festivals…

26 May – ELDERFLOWER FIELDS, East Sussex
9 June – STONE VALLEY FEST, Hertfordshire
16 June – BRISTOL VOLKSFEST
22 June – ASHBOURNE FESTIVAL, Derbyshire
23 June – LOVE MUSIC HATE RACISM, Newport
30 June – MINETY FESTIVAL, Swindon
14 July – BIG WEEKEND, Cambridge
21 July – 2 TONE FOREVER, Southend on Sea
22 July – TBC London
27 July – BUTEFEST, Isle of Bute
29 July – FLEUR FEST, East Hagbourne
3 August – REBELLION, Blackpool
10 August – GREEN MEADOWS, Peterborough
11 August – VW WHITE NOISE, Thetford
17 August – REWIND FESTIVAL, Henley
18 August – WITNEY MUSIC FEST, Oxfordshire
25 August – CAMPER CALLING, Warwickshire
26 August – GRAZE FESTIVAL, Winchester

Check out the video for ‘Return Of Judge Roughneck’

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LYDON TALKS!

SEX PISTOLS and PiL legend JOHN LYDON will be participating in an exclusive Q&A at this year’s Rebellion Festival.

He’ll be chatting to journalist and author Barry Cain on Sunday 5 August before PiL close the festival that night. Cain will be focusing on the band’s long career as they celebrate their 40th Anniversary this year.

Also appearing over the weekend of 2-5 August are STIFF LITTLE FINGERS, BUZZCOCKS, THE EXPLOITED. COCKNEY REJECTS, UK SUBS, NEWTOWN NEUROTICS,THE PROFESSIONALS, D.R.I., RUTS DC, THE ADICTS, THE WILDHEARTS, HAGAR THE WOMB, MAD CADDIES, THEATRE OF HATE, PETER HOOK & THE LIGHT, THE STUPIDS, IDLES, MICHAEL MONROE, ANGELIC UPSTARTS, DISCHARGE, THE VANDALS, GBH, LAGWAGON, SLAUGHTER & THE DOGS and many, many more….

Tickets are on sale here.

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REVEREND BEAT-MAN HITS THE ROAD!

Voodooo Rhythm Records head honcho REVEREND BEAT-MAN heads to the UK next week with his accomplice SISTER NICOLE IZOBEL GARCIA in tow.

Helming Europe’s number one trash rock’n’roll and blues label for more than 30 years, Beat-Man is Switzerland’s greatest purveyor of gospel blues trash as an endlessly touring one-man-band. He’s also founder of the country’s longest-serving psychobilly band, THE MONSTERS.

For this UK tour, he’ll be joined by Garcia, a veteran of various short-lived L.A. garage-punk bands, and more recently fronting MANOS DEL CHANGO, trading in her own Habanero Blues style, alongside Voodoo Rhythm labelmate DELANEY DAVIDSON.

Check the pair out live in Paris in 2014.

Catch them on the road at…

TUE 15 MAY – Norwich – Epic
WED 16 MAY – Brighton – The Albert
THU 17 MAY – Southend – The Railway Hotel
FRI 18 MAY – Newcastle – The Cluny
SAT 19 MAY – Glasgow – Broadcast
SUN 20 MAY – Edinburgh – Leith Depot
TUE 22 MAY – London – Hoxton Square Bar & Kitchen

Tickets now available from Punk Rock Blues.

The Reverend’s new album ‘Blues Trash’ is out now.

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FUTURE BLUES COMES TO LONDON!

MIRACULOUS MULE are one of a number of bands taking part in the Future Juke Festival in London later this month.

Subtitled “A Festival of 21st Century Blues”, the event lands at five London venues from 29 May to 5 June, and features acts from the outside edges of the blues spectrum, including ELI ‘PAPERBOY’, JAKE LA BOTZ, MUDLOW and SISTER COOKIE.

Full dates are….

Tues 29 May – Jake La Botz + Sister Cookie + Annie Bea @ Paper Dress Vintage, Hackney

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Thurs 31 May – Aidan Connell + Husky Tones + Mudlow @ The Islington, Islington

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Fri 1 June – Fantastic Negrito + Miraculous Mule @ Dingwalls, Camden

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Eli ‘Paperboy Reed’ with the High & Mighty Brass Band + Marcus Bonfanti @ 100 Club, Oxford Street

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Tues 5 June – Jerron ‘Blind Boy’ Paxton + Nia Wyn @ Bush Hall, Shepherds Bush

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UK SUBS UNVEIL ALBUMS BOX SETS!

Edsel Records are to issue two very special UK SUBS box sets.

The band were founde in South West London in 1976 by frontman Charlie Harper, recipient of the King Rocker award at the inaugural Vive Le Rock Awards and who just turned 74. Early on in their career the band set out to release an album for each letter of the alphabet, finally completing the task in 2017.  

The Albums Volume 1 features the first 13 albums (A – M), plus two discs of non-album singles, b-sides and rare compilation tracks comprising 279 tracks in total.  Covering a period when the band were at the peak of their commercial success, racking up no fewer than 7 Top Of The Pops appearances, four of the albums –  Another Kind Of Blues, Brand New Age, Crash Course and Diminished Responsibility – all made the upper reaches of the UK album chart. Engendered Species, meanwhile, includes the song ‘Down On The Farm’, which was famously covered by Guns‘n’Roses on their Spaghetti Incident album.

Discs 14 and 15 in the set contain 58 non-LP cuts, including UK hit singles ‘Stranglehold’, ‘Tomorrows Girls’, ‘She’s Not There’, ‘Warhead’, ‘Teenage’, ‘Party In Paris’ and ‘Keep On Runnin’’, plus the Independent Chart hits ‘Countdown’, ‘Shake Up The City’ and ‘Another Typical City’.

 The Albums Volume 2 features the second half of the A-Z series (N – Z) and, as with Volume 1, it also comes with two discs of non-album singles, b-sides and rare compilation album tracks, totalling 261 tracks.

Volume 1 is set for release on 1 June, while Volume 2 will follow on 3 August.

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MADNESS MOVIE ON THE ROAD!

One Man’s Madness, the new documentary film about MADNESS sax-player Lee ‘Kix’ Thompson, goes on a tour of cinemas throughout the UK next month.

The film, which was shown as part of the Vive Le Rock-sponsored Soundscreen Festival in March, tells Thompson’s story from his childhood in North London, through meeting the members of Madness and onto major success.

Directed by Jeff Baynes and starring all members of Madness as well as Neville Staple, Lynval Golding, Norman Cook and others, the film takes its cue from the Ealing comedies of the 40s and 50s, music hall and famous BBC arts documentaries, with a nod to those great British comics down the years such as Max Wall, Tommy Cooper, Les Dawson, Dick Emery, Morecambe and Wise and Spike Milligan.

“The whole experience in the making of this Mocu has been a sheer joy,” says Lee. “Miming along to all the characters was slightly tongue-twisting. However, with the director’s patience and perseverance we got there eventually. Jeff makes a fantastic Cappuccino and his wife was most patient with my array of props, wigs and slap. Thank you to all involved, you’ve made a happy man very old!”

Watch the trailer.

Cinemas so far confirmed to screen ‘One Man’s Madness’:

Tue 22 May LONDON: Showcase Bluewater (with Q&A with Lee and Jeff Baynes)

Wed 23 May READING: Showcase

Wed 23 May SOUTHAMPTON: Showcase

Wed 23 May NOTTINGHAM: Showcase

Wed 23 May DERBY: Showcase

Wed 23 May LEICESTER: Showcase

Wed 23 May PETERBOROUGH: Showcase

Wed 23 May LEEDS: Showcase

Wed 23 May COVENTRY: Showcase

Wed 23 May BRISTOL: Showcase

Mon 28 May SOUTHEND: Southend Film Festival

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CHERRY RED ISSUE DOLLS DEMOS AND LIVE SET!

The NEW YORK DOLLS are to have a wealth of live material and rare demo recordings compiled in a new box set.

Debuting in New York City on Christmas Eve 1971, the Dolls are widely regarded as a precursor to punk, becoming a massive influence a wide range of artists, from Kiss tp the Ramones and The Damned and on to Morrissey and Guns’n’Roses. They were briefly managed by Malcolm McLaren pre-Pistols and ex-Dolls guitarist was special guest on the fables Anarchy Tour of ’77, later returning in 2004 for a Morrissey-instigated reunion.

The 5 CD Personality Crisis: Live Recordings & Studio Demos 1972-1975 brings together early demos recorded with original drummer Billy Murcia prior to his tragic death in November ’72, and demos for their debut album in March 73. The set also features three discs worth of live recordings from Paris, NYC, Long Island, Vancouver, Detroit and Dallas, from ’73 to ’75.

Fully remastered for this release, the set also includes a booklet with full sleevenotes and rarely seen photos.

Set for release on 27 April through Cherry Red, Personality Crisis is available to pre-order here.

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BUSTER SHUFFLE VIDEO EXCLUSIVE!

Strike a light! Cockney-ska roustabouts BUSTER SHUFFLE are back with a new video which they’re premiering exclusively with Vive Le Rock!

‘We Fall To Pieces’ is taken from their rambunctious fourth album I’ll Take What I Want which was released through Burning Heart Records last November.

After cruising in the Bahamas with FLOGGING MOLLY, the band have dates in Germany before accompanying THE MIGHTY MIGHTY BOSSTONES around the US, save for a couple of UK shows as guests of MAD CADDIES. Full dates are….

18.04 – Will’s Pub, Orlando, FL – USA
20-23.04 – Flogging Molly’s Salty Dog Cruise, Miami, FL, USA to Bahamas
27.04 – Mephisto, Hannover – Germany
28.04 – Monkey’s Club, Hamburg – Germany
30.04 – Bi Nuu, Berlin – Germany
16-28.05 – Punk Rock Bowling, Las Vegas, NV – USA
26.06 – Ace Of Spades, Sacramento, CA – USA (with The Mighty Mighty Bosstones)
27.06 – The Fillmore, San Francisco, CA – USA (with The Mighty Mighty Bosstones)
30.06 – House Of Blues, San Diego, CA – USA (with The Mighty Mighty Bosstones)
03.07 – The Van Buren, Phoenix, AZ – USA (with The Mighty Mighty Bosstones)
05.07 – Scoot Inn, Austin, TX – USA (with The Mighty Mighty Bosstones)
06.07 – House Of Blues, Houston, TX – USA (with The Mighty Mighty Bosstones)
07.07 – House Of Blues, Dallas, TX – USA (with The Mighty Mighty Bosstones)
31.07 – O2 Academy, Newcastle – UK (with Mad Caddies)
01.08 – O2 Institute 2, Birmingham – UK (with Mad Caddies)
18.08 – Phoenix Concert Theatre, Toronto, ONT – Canada (with The Mighty Mighty Bosstones)
19.08 – Andrews Hall, Detroit, MI – USA (with The Mighty Mighty Bosstones)
21.08 – The Vogue, Miniapolis, IN – USA (with The Mighty Mighty Bosstones)
22.08 – House Of Blues, Chicago, IL – USA (with The Mighty Mighty Bosstones)
23.08 – House Of Blues, Cleveland, OH – USA (with The Mighty Mighty Bosstones)

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