Modern Mimes Debuts New Single, ‘Seek & Hide,’ Companion Video

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Modern Mimes debuted its latest single this week.

The trio — Adi Elcida Hernandez, Ernesto Paez, and Justin Perez — debuted its new single, ‘Seek & Hide‘ Friday, along with its companion video. The song and its video come more than four months after the debut of the band’s then latest single, ‘Karmic Fortune‘.

The video for ‘Seek & Hide’ features the band performing its new single in a darkened studio setting. Imagery, such as a pile of keys is also incorporated into the video. While no information was provided in the press release announcing the single and video’s debut, it would seem that the imagery is used to help translate the song’s lyrical content.

The lyrical content featured in ‘Seek & Hide’ seems to touch on the familiar topic of concerns with a personal relationship. That is just this critic’s interpretation and should not be taken as gospel.

The musical arrangement featured in the band’s new single is a heavy, melodic composition. It will appeal to fans of Evanescence and it front woman, Amy Lee.

Courtesy: O’Donnell Media Group

In other news, Modern Mime is scheduled to take part in Rock Fest 2021 this summer. The band is scheduled to perform July 14, on the opening day of the four-day festival. Other acts scheduled to perform on the festival’s opening day are big names, such as Queensryche, The Black Moods, and Joyous Wolf.

Rock Fest 2021 is scheduled to take place July 14-17in Cadot, WI. Tickets are available here.

More information on Modern Mimes’ new single and festival performance is available online now along with all of Modern Mimes’ latest news and more at:

Websitehttps://www.modernmimes.com

Facebookhttps://www.facebook.com/modernmimesmusic

Twitterhttps://twitter.com/ModernMimes

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Joyous Wolf Announces Details For First-Ever Livestream Concert

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Joyous Wolf will host its first-ever livestream performance later this month.

The band, which has released two EPs since its formation in 2014 — Place in Time and Mother Rebel — is scheduled to host the performance at 10 p.m. ET on Dec. 19. The concert will take place live at the famed Whisky A Go Go in Los Angeles.

Tickets for the livestream concert are $10. Various ticket and merchandise bundles are available.

Front man Nick Reese said in a prepared statement, he and his band mates — Blake Allard (guitar), Greg Braccio (bass), and Robert Sodaro (drums) — are looking forward to the performance.

“We’ve never done anything like this before and we are excited to see how it turns out,” said Reese. “When we play these new songs for the first time, I imagine that being the best part! We started this year with a show in Hollywood and ending it there seems very appropriate.”

More information is available on Joyous Wolf’s livestream event and all of the band’s latest news at:

Websitehttp://placeintime.joyouswolf.com

Facebookhttp://www.facebook.com/joyouswolf

Twitterhttp://twitter.com/joyouswolfmusic

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Nooky Jones’ New EP Is The “Sweetest” Of 2019’s New EPs

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EPs are some of the most under- and unappreciated records in the music industry.  Composed sometimes of no more than three songs, others as many as six or seven songs, they are often overlooked by audiences simply because they are not full-length recordings.  Given, sometimes they are little more than space-fillers to tide fans over between albums, but in other cases, they are chances for new, up-and-coming acts to get their feet in the door.  Whether one is the case or the other, the fact of the matter is that EPs deserve just as much credit as their full-length counterparts.  That is something that this critic has preached for years.  Keeping that in mind, they deserve a year-ender “Best Of” list as those records, and that is exactly what is presented here.

From Sister Hazel’s latest EPs Fire and Earth to underground rockers Charm City Devils’ latest offering 1904 to indie artist Denim’s new EP Endless Summer and more, this year has provided a lot to appreciate in the way of EPs.  There’s some rock here, some r&b and even some reggae, so this list is not limited to just one genre.  As with every list, this list features the Top 10 titles plus five honorable mentions for a total of 15 titles.  Those honorable mentions are not bad titles.  Everything was based on general content overall and the records’ separate lyrical and musical content.  Without further ado, here is Phil’s Picks 2019 Top 10 New EPs.

 

PHIL’S PICKS 2019 TOP 10 NEW EPS

  1. Nooky Jones — Like Candy
  2. Sister Hazel — Fire
  3. Sister Hazel — Earth
  4. Santana — In Search of Mona Lisa
  5. Denim — Endless Summer
  6. Joyous Wolf — Place in Time
  7. Lakou Mizik & The 79ers Gang — Iko Kreyol
  8. ZFG — ZFG
  9. Hot 8 Brass Band — Take Cover
  10. Charm City Devils — 1904
  11. The Jacks — The Jacks
  12. Wake Hate — Deep Sleep
  13. 18th & Addison — Old Blues / Modern Love
  14. The Crash Republic — HomewreckersSweet Apathy
  15. August Burns Red — Phantom Sessions

 

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Joyous Wolf Debuts ‘Quiet Heart’ Video

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Joyous Wolf debuted the video for its latest single this week.

The band debuted the video for its single ‘Quiet Heart’ Friday through Loudwire.  The video features the band performing its new single in an otherwise dim set lit strategically by a series of lights.  the song’s arrangement crosses the band’s classic rock influences with a more modern mainstream sound that will appeal widely to rock audiences.  Joyous Wolf front man Nick Reese talked about the video’s concept and the song’s lyrical content in his interview with Loudwire.

‘Quiet Heart’ is taken from Joyous Wolf’s debut EP Place in Time, which was released in April through Roadrunner Records.  The band is touring in support of the record alongside veteran rock band Deep Purple.

The bands’ tour is scheduled to make a stop in Houston, TX on Monday; New Orleans, LA on Tuesday; Orlando, FL on Thursday; St. Petersburg, FL on Friday and Atlanta, GA on Sunday.  The tour does not end there.  It continues into October.  The tour’s schedule is noted below.

JOYOUS WOLF ON TOUR:
WITH DEEP PURPLE:

9/23 — Houston, TX — Revention Music Center
9/24 — New Orleans, LA Saenger Theatre
9/26 — Orlando, FL — Walt Disney Theatre at Dr. Phillips Center for Performing Arts
9/27 — St. Petersburg, FL — Mahaffey Theater
9/29 — Atlanta, GA — Coca-Cola Roxy
9/30 — Nashville, TN — Andrew Jackson Hall
10/2 — Washington, DC — Warner Theatre
10/4 — Monticello, NY — Resorts World Catskills
10/5 — Boston, MA — Orpheum Theater
10/8 — New York, NY — Beacon Theatre – NY
10/9 — Uncasville, CT — Mohegan Sun Convention Center
10/10 — Upper Darby, PA — Tower Theater
10/11 — Sacramento, CA — Discovery Park
10/12 — Indianapolis, IN — Murat Theatre at Old National Centre
10/13 — Milwaukee, WI — Riverside Theatre
10/15 — Detroit, MI — Fox Theatre Detroit
10/16 — Northfield, OH — MGM Northfield Park
10/18 — Rosemont, IL — Rosemont Theatre

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Websitehttp://placeintime.joyouswolf.com

Facebookhttp://www.facebook.com/joyouswolf

Twitterhttp://twitter.com/joyouswolfmusic

 

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Joyous Wolf Carves Out Its Own “Place” In 2019’2 New EP Field With ‘Place In Time’

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Rock band Joyous Wolf has been making quite the name for itself since first breaking out last year.  The band has released a handful of singles and is currently making its way across America with Buckcherry.  With each new step, Joyous Wolf’s name keeps getting even bigger, and on Friday, the excitement over the band reached its peak as the band released its debut EP Place in Time through Roadrunner Records.  The almost half-hour record is an interesting offering in that the seven songs that make up its 27-minute run time lend themselves stylistically to bands, such as Pearl Jam, Seven Mary Three and Soundgarden, just to name a few bands.  One could even argue that there are comparisons to Buckcherry present at points in the EP, too.  Keeping in mind that wide range of sounds, the record’s musical content alone is certain to generate a wide appeal for the record.  The album’s lyrical content does just as much to make the record appealing.  The record’s opener ‘Had Enough’ is just one of the songs that serves to illustrate those statements.  It will be addressed shortly.  The EP’s title track is another notable addition to its whole, and will be addressed a little later.  ‘Mother Rebel,’ the EP’s penultimate entry, is yet another song that serves to show how the record’s musical and lyrical content collectively keep listeners engaged and entertained.  When it is considered along with the other songs noted here and the rest of the EP’s compositions, the whole of Place in Time becomes a work that is certain to carve out its own place in today’s rock and roll realm.

Joyous Wolf’s debut EP Place in Time is a good first effort from the up-and-coming California-based rock and roll outfit.  It is a record that is certain to appeal to its target audience through its straight forward rock and roll arrangements and equally accessible lyrical content within each of its seven songs.  The EP’s opener ‘Had Enough’ is just one of the ways in which the noted statements are proven.  The song’s mid-tempo 4/4 arrangement is everything that any active rock radio programmer looks for.  That is proven with the steady time keeping from drummer Robert Sodaro.  Sodaro’s work forms the song’s foundation while guitarist Blake Allard adds his own touch to the song with his classic-rock influenced riffs.  Front man Nick Reese’s vocal delivery and sound meanwhile lend themselves to comparisons to the likes of Pearl Jam front man Eddie Vedder and the late Soundgarden front man Chris Cornell.  Bassist Greg Braccio puts the finishing touch to the arrangement, bringing everything together in one whole.  All things considered, the song’s arrangement creates a sound and feel that is certain to have wide-ranging appeal.  It is just one part of what creates that appeal.  The confidence in the song’s lyrical content adds to that appeal.

Reese sings in the song’s lead verse, “Reminisce/I won’t miss/How they’ve made me shiver/I’ll admit/I know this of myself/Won’t submit/Hypocrite/Or at least consider/I don’t fit/I don’t walk with this crowd.”  He continues in the song’s chorus, I’m a man/Now I’m gonna light you up/Taking over/Gonna let it all go/Had enough/I’ve shut you up/Why don’t you just go home/Had enough/I’ll shut you up/Why don’t you leave me alone/I’ve had enough/So I’ve shut you up.”  He adds in the song’s second verse, “Counterfeit/It’s a trip/Not a true contender/But it’s a lovely place to raise your kids/Bottle it/Cradle it/ The elite pretenders/And I swear you won’t fool me again.”  He even goes so far as to tell someone, “why don’t you drop dead” in the song’s third verse.  It is clear that the song’s subject has had enough of someone(s) through these verses, and is voicing that frustration here.  The fire in that voiced frustration couples with the fire in the song’s arrangement to make the whole a work that is a strong first statement from the band in this record.  It makes the song just one of the works that makes the EP in whole stand out, too.  The record’s title track is one more example of what makes Joyous Wolf’s new EP stand out in this year’s field of new EPs.

‘Place in Time’ stands out in part due to its musical arrangement.  The arrangement at the center of this nearly four-minute rocker is a steady, driving composition that conjures thoughts of Buckcherry and touches of Led Zeppelin just to name a couple of acts with similar sounds.  That’s not a bad thing either.  Unlike with some other bands out there *coughs Greta Van Fleet* the similarity here is not a blatant rip off of the songs that seemingly influenced this work.  Rather they served as a starting point for the band to craft its own opus.  Keeping this in mind, the song’s arrangement in itself does plenty to keep listeners engaged and entertained.  It is just one of the elements deserving of attention here.  The song’s lyrical content is just as important to its whole as its musical arrangement.

What makes the song’s lyrical content stand out is that it comes across as presenting a theme of self-confidence and realization, so to speak.  That is partially evident in the song’s lead verse, in which Reese sings, “I’m growing up/I’m growing out/I’m gonna write just what my story’s about/Picture me in my own world/Picture me/Live how you want to live/You want to live/I want to live/In my place and time.”  He is saying he has become his own person, adding people in general should be their own individuals.  He adds in the song’s second verse, “I’m reaching in/I’m feeling down/Too many people bitching/They don’t even use their mouths/Picture me in my world/Live how you want to live/I want to live/In my place in time.”  He goes on to repeat that final statement time and again following the song’s bridge, reminding listeners to live for themselves.  It’s not the first time – again – that any band has promoted individuality.  That aside, it still manages to translate well in this case.  At the same time, it also manages to resonate well with listeners because of that accessibility.  When this is considered along with the radio ready nature of the song’s arrangement, both elements together make the song yet another example of why Place in Time is a strong new offering from Joyous Wolf.  It is hardly the last example of what makes the record stand out.  ‘Mother Rebel’ is another notable addition to the EP.

‘Mother Rebel,’ the EP’s penultimate song, is another example of what makes Place in Time a strong first offering from the band.  Much like ‘Had Enough’ stands out in part because of the song’s arrangement, so does this work.  Right off the bat, the song’s arrangement conjures thoughts of Seven Mary Three’s hit song ‘Cumbersome’ thanks to Allard’s work on guitar and Sodaro’s work behind the kit.  The two arrangements, while not exact musical mirror images of one another, are eerily similar.  Whether that is good or bad is left up to listeners’ own thoughts.  What sets the two apart is the addition of the southern rock edge to the arrangement in ‘Mother Rebel.’  Keeping that in mind, the arrangement still works and will appeal to listeners, despite that close similarity to Seven Mary Three’s song.  It is just one part of what makes the song stand out.  The song’s lyrical content serves to make it stand out, too.

The song’s lead verse reads, “Stone free/Maybelline/Writes it her way/I’m told that’s insane, yeah/The ancient came to you/Right beside the rebel lead/Somebody better know how you sting/Then the people started talking/Seems the rebs weren’t very keen/On what you wrote inside a binding/Stressed belief.”  The song continues in its second verse, “Yeah, there she goes/Break through Mrs. Brave/Hold them to the mark/Only you could go light that spark now/But oh those boys/They walk with malice/And not a one would walk without us/You now it’s all about what you have got/Then the people started marching/Men in gray and blue were border bound/For what was right/They thought was wronging/Kill your brother and friends.”  It would seem that in considering all of this, the song focuses on the female spies of the civil way, or maybe even one in particular – one Sarah Emma Edmonds, who was a spy for the Union troops.  Of course all this could be completely off the mark, so it should not be taken as anything more than this critic’s own interpretation of the lyrics.  If it is at least somewhere in the proverbial ballpark, then it certainly makes for a very interesting topic.  It would make the band hardly the first ever to mix history and music.  That aside, it still makes for an interesting song in its own right.  To that end, whatever the song’s true lyrical them here, the discussion that it is certain to generate through that sole element is more than enough proof of why it is one of the EP’s most notable entries, but still not the last of the record’s most notable works.  When it is considered along with ‘Place in Time,’ ‘Had Enough’ and the rest of the record’s entries, the EP in whole proves itself a work that carves its own place (yes, that awful pun was intended) in this year’s field of new EPs.

Joyous Wolf’s new EP Place in Time is a good offering from the up-and-coming rock and roll outfit from California.  That is because it balances quite well, elements of class and modern rock and roll for a musical whole that gives it wide appeal.  The record’s lyrical themes generate just as much interest as its musical arrangements.  Both statements are evidenced in all three of the songs noted here.  Much the same can be said of the EP’s other songs not directly discussed here.  All things considered, the record is certain to make listeners joyous.  Place in Time is available now.  More information on Place in Time is available online now along with all of Joyous Wolf’s latest news and more at:

 

 

 

Website: http://placeintime.joyouswolf.com

Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/joyouswolf

Twitter: http://twitter.com/joyouswolfmusic

 

 

 

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Buckcherry Announces “Warpaint Tour 2019” Leg 2 Dates

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Buckcherry announced a new slate of live dates this week.

The band announced it will launch the second leg of its Warpaint Tour 2019 on May 18 in Waco, TX.  The almost four-month run is scheduled to run through Aug. 31 and to feature performances in cities, such as Greensboro, NC; Spokane, WA and Ottawa, ONT.  The schedule is noted below.

BUCKCHERRY TOUR DATES
May 18, 2019-Waco TX-The Backyard Bar
May 19, 2019-Amarillo,TX- Hoots Pub
May 21, 2019-Lubbock,TX-Jake’s Backroom
May 22, 2019- Odessa, TX- Dos Amigos
May 24, 2019- Pryor, OK- Rocklahoma *
May 25, 2019- Mobile,AL- Soul Kitchen
May 26, 2019- Blackshear, GA- Moccasin Creek Off Road Park *
May 27, 2019- Cape Coral, FL- Dixie Roadhouse
May 29, 2019- New Orleans,LA- House Of Blues
May 31, 2019- Columbia,MO- Rose Park
Jun 1, 2019- Peoria,IL- Peoria Riverfront *
Jun 2,2019- Lincoln, NE- Royal Grove
Jun 4, 2019- Billings,MT- Pub Station
Jun 5, 2019- Boise, ID- The Knitting Factory
Jun 7, 2019- Garberville,CA- Richardson Grove Compound *
Jun 8, 2019- Reno, NV- Virginia Street Brewhouse
Jun 9, 2019- San Francisco, CA- Slim’s
Jun 11, 2019- Portland, OR- Hawthorne Theatre
Jun 12, 2019- Seattle, WA- El Corazon
Jun 14, 2019- Spokane, WA- Knitting Factory Concert House
Jun 18, 2019- Des Moines, IA- Wooly’s
Jun 20, 2019- Eau Claire, WI- The Metro
Jun 21, 2019- Clear Lake, IA- The Surf Ballroom
Jun 22, 2019- Madison, WI- Majestic Theater
Jun 23, 2019-Battle Creek, MI-The Music Factory
Jun 25, 2019- Indianapolis, IN- Deluxe at Old National Centre
Jun 26, 2019- Flint, MI- The Machine Shop
Jun 28, 2019- Drakesboro, KY- Gregory Lake ATV Park *
Jun 29, 2019- Champaign, IL- The City Center
Jun 30, 2019-Lafayette, IN-Lafayette Theatre
Jul 2,2019- Rochester, NY-  Platform 21
Jul 3, 2019- Montreal, QC- Fairmont Theatre
Jul 5, 2019- Point Pleasant, WV- Peck Fest *
Jul 6, 2019- Barrie, ON- Mavrick’s Music Hall
Jul 7, 2019- Oshawa, ON- The Musical Hall Concert Theater
Jul 9, 2019- Kingston, ON- Ale House
Jul 10, 2019- Waterloo, ON- Maxwell’s Concerts and Events
Jul 12, 2019- Taylorville,IL- Black Swan Mud Park *
Jul 13, 2019- Mansfield, OH- Mansfield Reformatory – INKcarceration *
Jul 17, 2019- Baltimore, MD- Baltimore Sound Stage *
Jul 19, 2019- Shakopee, MN-    Canterbury Park^
Jul 20, 2019- Poland, NY- Maximum Power Park *
Jul 2, 2019- Lancaster, PA- The Chameleon
Jul 23,2019-Greensboro, NC-The Cone Denim Entertainment Center
Jul 24, 2019- Newport News, VA- Boathouse Live *
Jul 26, 2019- Salisbury, MD- Wicomico Youth and Civic Center *
Jul 27, 2019- Philadelphia, PA- Theatre of Living Arts *
Jul 28, 2019- Bangor, ME- Darling Waterfront Pavilion *
Jul 30, 2019- Binghamton, NY- Touch of Texas
July 31,2019- Ottawa, ONT- Barrymore’s Music Hall
Aug 2, 2019- Leamington, ONT- Seacliff Park
Aug 3, 2019- Sault Sainte Marie, MI- Kewadin Casino
Aug 4, 2019- TBA
Aug 6, 2019- Toronto, ONT- Phoenix Concert Theatre
Aug 7, 2019- Peterborough, ON- The Venue
Aug 9, 2019- Neptune, NJ – Headliners
Aug 10, 2019- Uncasville, CT- Wolf Den – Mohegan Sun Casino
Aug 11, 2019-Clifton Park, NY-Upstate Concert Hall
Aug 13, 2019- Highland Park, IL- Ravinia Festival #
Aug 14, 2019- Highland Park, IL- Ravinia Festival #
Aug 15, 2019- Kansas City, MO- The Truman
Aug 29, 2019- Birmingham, AL- Iron City *
Aug 30, 2019- Florence, SC- River Neck Acres*
Aug 31, 2019- Waynesboro, TN- American Rebel Mud Park *
*Joyous Wolf do not appear
     # Opening for Nickelback
     ^ Opening for Aerosmith

Joyous Wolf will serve as support on select dates along.  Other dates on Buckcherry’s upcoming tour schedule will be opening dates for Aerosmith and Nickelback.  VIP packages for Buckcherry’s tour are available here.

Warpaint Tour 2019 is in support of Buckcherry’s latest album Warpaint, which was released March 8 through Century Media Records.  The album has so far produced the single ‘Bent.’

More information on Buckcherry’s new tour dates, single, album and more is available online now at:

 

Website: http://buckcherry.com

Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/buckcherry

Twitter: http://twitter.com/buckcherry

 

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Joyous Wolf Premieres ‘Mississippi Queen’ Video

Joyous Wolf premiered the official video for its new single this week.

The band premiered the video for its latest single ‘Mississippi Queen‘ on Tuesday.  The video finds the band performing its blues/stoner rock song together in a well-lit warehouse setting from a variety of camera angles.

The band’s new video originally premiered online via Loudwire on Tuesday.  It was directed by Tim Oakley and produced by Chris Acosta.

The video’s release comes almost two months after the band premiered its debut single ‘Slow Hand.’  Both songs are the first efforts from the band on its new label home at Roadrunner Records.

Courtesy: Roadrunner Records

More information on Joyous Wolf’s new video is available online now along with all of the band’s latest news and more at:

 

Website: http://joyouswolf.com

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Twitter: http://twitter.com/joyouswolfmusic

 

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Blacktop Mojo Announces New Live Dates

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Blacktop Mojo is headed back out on the road.

The independent hard rock act announced Wednesday that it will embark on a new tour next month in support of its new album Burn The Ships.  The headlining tour is currently scheduled to launch April 20 in San Antonio, Texas and run through June 13 in Denver, Colorado.  Also included in the tour’s current schedule are stops in Watertown, New York; Fullerton, California; Green Bay, Wisconsin and many other cities nationwide.

Joyous Wolf and Of Limbo will serve as support for the tour.  Also announced as special guests at a handful of dates is Blackstone Cherry, who also will release its new album Family Tree April 20 via Mascot Records.  The current schedule for Blacktop Mojo’s new tour is noted below.

Tour Dates:
04/20 @ Rock Box – San Antonio, TX
04/21 @ Lago Del Pino – Tyler, TX
04//22 @ OK City Limits – Oklahoma City, OK
04/24 @ Phase 2 – Lynchburg, VA *
04/26 @ Debonair – Teaneck, NJ
04/27 @ Wally’s – Hampton, NH *
04/28 @ The Queen – Wilmington, DE *
04/30 @ Capone’s – Johnson City, TN *
05/02 @ Mainstage – Morgantown, WV
05/03 @ Smiling Moose – Pittsburgh, PA
05/04 @ Whistlers – Watertown, NY
05/05 @ Rockpile – Toronto, ON
05/06 @ Token Lounge – Westland, MI
05/08 @ The Forge – Joliet, IL
05/10 @ Route 20 Outhouse – Racine, WI
05/11 @ Phat Headz – Green Bay, WI
05/12 @ Cheers – South Bend, IN
05/15 @ Spicoli’s – Waterloo, IA
05/16 @ Shovelhead Saloon – Danville, IL
05/18 @ Warehouse – Clarksville, TN
05/19 @ Sidetracks – Huntsville, AL
05/26 @ Slidebar in Fullerton CA
05/31 @ Knitting Factory – Spokane, WA
06/04 @ El Corazon – Seattle, WA
06/06 @ Diamondz – Jerome, ID
06/12 @ Black Sheep – Colorado Springs, CO
06/13 @ Streets of London – Denver, CO
* w/BLACK STONE CHERRY

More information on Blacktop Mojo’s new live dates is available online now along with all of the band’s latest news and more at:

 

Website: http://www.blacktopmojo.com

Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/BlacktopMojo

Twitter: http://twitter.com/BlackTopMojo

 

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