Monthly Archives: August 2010

R&L Thompson “Lights” Gets 2CD Reish

 

Timeless 1982 classic
is now augmented by 11-song bonus disc, extensive booklet.

 

By Blurt Staff

 

With Richard Thompson’s new live album (of all new material,
no less) Dream Attic hitting the bins
this week and Thompson also prepping for a tour with his band that will run
from Oct. 2 into the first week of November, word also arrives of the impending
Deluxe Edition reissue of Thompson’s landmark album Shoot Out The Lights, originally released in 1982 by Thompson and
his then-life Linda. Rhino Handmade drops it on Oct. 12 and the remastered
released will now boast a bonus CD featuring 11 unreleased live performances
from the tour that the duo embarked upon shortly after its release.

 

Here are the details, courtesy Rhino:

 

***

 

The circuitous path of Shoot Out the Lights began in 1980 when
Scottish singer-songwriter Gerry Rafferty-who’d toured with the Thompsons that
year-produced and financed the album, hoping it would earn the unsigned couple
a new record contract. Failing to secure a record deal, the album was
eventually shelved.

 

The Thompsons persevered, signing
with producer Joe Boyd’s independent Hannibal Records the following year. They
quickly returned to the studio with several musicians from the Rafferty
sessions-guitarist Simon Nicol, drummer Dave Mattacks, and bassist Pete
Zorn-and rerecorded six songs from the previous sessions plus two new songs. In
contrast to the drawn-out sessions with Rafferty, Boyd recorded the album live
in just three days, an approach that highlighted the band’s spontaneity and
gave the songs a palpable edge. In the reissue’s liner notes Zorn quips: “The
album’s so good, we did it twice!”  

 

The release and a planned U.S. tour were
put on hold until 1982 to give Linda time to recover from the birth of the
couple’s third child. Sadly, when the tour finally began that spring, the
Thompsons’ marriage was over.

The bonus disc documents the tumultuous tour with 11 unreleased live
performances, all but one taken from shows in San Francisco
and Santa Cruz, California. The songs draw from the
Thompsons’ records together, including three from the album, “Back Street
Slide,” “Did She Jump Or Was She Pushed?” and the title track; “Borrowed Time”
from Sunnyvista (1979); “Pavanne” from First Light (1978); and
“For Shame Of Doing Wrong,” “Dargai,” and “Dimming Of The Day” from Pour
Down Like Silver
(1975). Several covers are also featured: Hank Williams’
“Honky Tonk Blues,” “I’m A Dreamer” by Fairport Convention singer Sandy Denny,
and Bob Dylan’s “I’ll Keep It With Mine,” a song Richard covered with Fairport
Convention on 1969’s What We Did On Our Holidays.

 

The set’s accompanying 40-page
booklet includes details about the album and tour from Richard, Linda, the
band, and Boyd, who recalls the fraught tour: “Linda kicked Richard in the
shins during a guitar solo in Providence and
threw a bottle at him in the Buffalo
airport, but sang with an intensity I’d never heard before. Gone was the
hesitant tone; the heartbreaking ballads poured out of her and mesmerized
audiences. The band, meanwhile, kept their heads down and amazed the Yanks with
their precision and power. Richard was his usual genius self, only more so.”

 

 

Track Listing

 

Disc 1

1.       “Don’t Renege On Our Love”

2.       “Walking On A Wire”

3.       “A Man In Need”

4.       “Just The Motion”

5.       “Shoot Out The Lights”

6.       “Back Street Slide”

7.       “Did She Jump Or Was She Pushed?”

8.       “Wall Of Death”

 

Disc 2 – Live

1.       “Dargai”*

2.       “Back Street Slide”*

3.       “Pavanne”*

4.       “I’ll Keep It With Mine”*

5.       “Borrowed Time”*

6.       “Did She Jump Or Was She Pushed?”*

7.       “I’m A Dreamer”*

8.       “Honky Tonk Blues”*

9.       “Shoot Out The Lights”*

10.   “For Shame Of
Doing Wrong”*

11.   “Dimming Of
The Day”*

*Previously Unissued

 

 

 

Jane’s Addiction Live DVD a Letdown

 

Out today on
Eagle Vision, the 91-minute
Live Voodoo documents the reunited band’s 2009 Halloween concert but, minus the
confines of a sweaty club, Perry & Co. can’t seem to generate sufficient
energy to make the viewing experience memorable.

 

By
Jose Martinez

 

A
Jane’s Addiction concert is always a special moment, so you’d think the release
of the band’s first-ever live DVD and Blu-ray concert, featuring the original
lineup, would be stellar, but not quite so. Filmed during a 2009 performance at
Voodoo Experience in New Orleans
on Halloween night, this had all the makings for an unforgettable concert
souvenir but watching the solid performance now leaves a bit to be desired.

 

We see and hear the band, guitarist
Dave Navarro, bassist Eric Avery and drummer Stephen Perkins, in fine form, but
it’s charismatic lead singer Perry Farrell, one of rock’s most dynamic showman,
who misses the mark at times. Slightly off kilter and looking somewhat
ridiculous, even by the singer’s own out-there standards, and keep in mind it
is Halloween night, he looks part space cowboy/part court jester, and his long
cape only seems to get in his way of really being able to rock out. When he
finally does ditch the hindering cape he looks like a Jack LaLanne wannabe and
that certainly loses cool rock points.

 

As far as the music is concerned, the
band tears through its groundbreaking catalog delivering 13 solid favorites,
including “Mountain Song,” “Three Days,” “Ocean Size,” “Summertime Rolls” and
“Jane Says.” It would have been nice if this was the concert in its entirety
but that’s not exactly the case as sometimes half the fun is listening to what
quirky ramblings Perry Farrell will banter in between songs.

 

The two extra bonus songs – “1%” and
“Ocean Size” taken from two separate Los Angeles surprise reunion gigs – may
have actually made for a better DVD release as seeing the band perform in such
a tiny, intimate setting, literally in front of its rabid, hometown fans, is
really spectacular. Having actually seen Jane’s Addiction in concert on
Halloween, I do know just what a treat that really is but that excitement is
missing on Live Voodoo, and the
chance to see the band perform once again in a small, hot and sweaty club would
be priceless.

 

 

Flashback: Teardrop Explodes Deluxe 3CD

Issued last month in the UK by Universal (but with no US release in
sight), a three-CD edition of the Teardrops’ classic 1980 debut does more than
just stand the test of time – it literally stops time in its tracks. Check out
the video, below.

 

By Ron Hart

 

English post-punk legends The Teardrop Explodes
famously copped their strange handle off an obscure panel from a particularly
odd issue of the Marvel superhero comic book Daredevil, which found DD
teaming up with The Amazing Spider-Man while both
are suffering through relationship issues with their respective girlfriends
amidst becoming embroiled in a hero vs. hero battle with Sub-Mariner. 

 

 

How Daredevil No. 77 correlates with the
acid-tested brilliance of the post-punk, new wave and psychedelia cross-section
that the Teardrops – singer/bassist Julian Cope, then-guitarist Mick Finkler on guitar (who
was replaced by Alan Gill), drummer Gary Dwyer and original keyboardist Paul Simpson – created in their short tenure together
constitutes one of the great mysteries of rock ‘n’ roll. Nevertheless, the
group remains the mad geniuses of an era in UK jive that also spawned the likes
of The Chameleons, Echo and the Bunnymen, Joy Division, A Certain Ratio,
Gang of Four and Public
Image Limited, not to mention U2 in
Ireland and Orange Juice in Scotland. And somehow, the Teardrops
managed to sound like the sum of all their parts, albeit rolled up in a
sunshine pop joint hand-dipped in Piccadilly Square’s most potent strain of
liquid LSD.

 

Originally released in the fall of 1980, the
group’s enigmatic full-length debut Kilimanjaro fully lived up to the
scrappy promise of their early singles on Zoo Records,
the co-owner of which, David Balfe, had joined
the band after Simpson left and whose keyboard prowess is featured all over
this bona fide post-punk masterpiece. But while the album was a smash in the
Teardrops’ native Great
Britain, spawning five singles including a Top 20
hit with “Treason” and saw the LP reach No. 24 on the UK album charts, they barely rose above underground cult
status here in the United
States. The band was cherished by an elite
colony of in-the-know tastemakers and educated music fans [among them, the future editor of BLURT. – Ed.] thanks in part to
the moderate airplay of Kilimanjaro‘s
closing track “When I Dream” on progressive radio
stations like WLIR in New York and KROQ in Los
Angeles. But otherwise, they hardly registered a blip
on the American mainstream, particularly in comparison to the wildfire success
of rivals like Bono and the boys and Duran Duran,
both of whom considered the Teardrops to be their stiffest competition across
the pond.

 

 

However, in the three decades since the album’s
initial release, that elite cult colony of fans (both of the Teardrops and frontman-turned-solo
artist Cope) has grown considerably in these parts. And while their popularity
is certainly not enough to merit Universal’s releasing
it stateside, the mind-blowing 30th anniversary of Kilimanjaro – at least for serious fans
of the band – is undoubtedly worth every penny you might lose on that
dollars-to-pounds exchange rate to purchase it as an import. Of course you get the
original 11 tracks fully remastered and restored to their originally intended
running order following some inexplicable shuffles on earlier reissues. But
better yet, this generous deluxe version of the album also includes a second
disc that compiles all of the Teardrops’ early Zoo singles and the post-Kilimanjaro Top Ten hit “Reward”, as
well as their subsequent b-sides along with a variety of alternate and live
tracks, including a nine-minute version of “Sleeping Gas” from a particularly
wild December 1981 performance at Club Zoo in Liverpool that finds a clearly
tripped out Julian barking like a dog, recommending a John Cale album to the audience
in mid-song and doing what he called a “face solo”. And, if that wasn’t enough,
hidden within this new set’s gorgeous gatefold packaging that vividly restores
the album’s classic zebra cover is a third disc containing the group’s BBC
sessions with John Peel and Mike Read leading up to and following the release
of Kilimanjaro, eleven tracks in all.

 

Add some intriguing liner notes from Cope,
Balfe, Dwyer, veteran UK music mogul and close band friend David Bates (who was
key in signing the Teardrops to Phonogram Records) and legendary British
publicist Mick Houghton and you have yourself the only version of this already
essential masterstroke of 1980 that you will ever need.

 

 

 


Report: Sunset Strip Music Fest in LA

 

 

Held last weekend,
Aug. 26-28, as a nod to the city’s decadent glory days, the festival included
Smashing Pumpkins, Lemmy, The Head Cat, Semi-Precious Weapons, Fergie (!?!), a
tribute to Slash – and the return of the mighty Kix!

 

Text & photos by Jose Martinez

 

For the third year in a row, the Sunset
Strip Music Festival
has celebrated the vibrant local music
scene with an oversized nod to the city’s decadent glory days. Last year the
powers-that-be chose to honor rock icon Ozzy Osbourne but this time around they
really got things right by honoring former Guns N’ Roses guitarist Slash.

 

Synonymous with the Sunset Strip scene, who better reflects
the attitude and energy the L.A.
club life represents than Slash? During an invitation-only tribute ceremony
Thursday at the House of Blues, friends and peers honored the guitarist. Hosted
by local DJ icon Jim Ladd, attendees relished the hour-long open bar before the
likes of Nikki Sixx, Lemmy, and Jerry Cantrell praised Slash.

 

 

Declaring Slash to be the “most celebrated guitar slinger of
all time,” Ladd, in his laid back style, kept the evening moving along while
Motley Crue bassist Nikki Sixx recalled the two musicians “killing a Jack
Daniels” together.

 

(Nikki Sixx)

 

 

Meanwhile, Motorhead’s Lemmy Kilmister pointed out that Slash indeed “is British” (born in Hampstead
and raised in the city of Stoke-on-Trent),
adding, “I think he died once.”

 

While everyone praised the former GNR and Velvet Revolver
guitarist, Alice In Chains’ Jerry Cantrell shared a story about how he made his
way backstage at an early Guns show in Seattle
and handed singer W. Axl Rose an Alice In Chains demo. As he was walking away
he admitted he saw Axl throw the tape in the trash. Maybe that’s just one more
reason to love Slash.

 

As the City of West
Hollywood declared August 26, 2010 as Slash Day, the
guitarist confessed, “I’m speechless. I didn’t prepare a speech.” But in
typical Slash fashion he entertained before Lemmy and friends, including Slim
Jim Phantom of the Stray Cats, took the stage with his band The Head Cat. With Slash adding guitar on
“There’s Good Rockin,'” the band tore through some Buddy Holly, Johnny Cash,
and Ricky Nelson favorites.

 

(Hillbilly Herald)

 

 

Over the course of the weekend a slew of artists (from buzz
bands like Semi Precious Weapons,
to a band from back in the day like Rattlesnake Shake, to
newcomers like Hillbilly Herald,
to Adler’s Appetite featuring
former GNR drummer Steven Adler) and thousands of fans made their way to
several venues to see all kinds of rock bands, including a sold out show at the
House of Blues Friday night with late ‘80s favorites Kix.

 

According to guitarist Brian “Damage” Forsythe,
now also with Rhino Bucket, this marked the band’s first local show in nearly
20 years.

 

“Our very first show [in Los Angeles] was at the Troubadour opening
for Guns N’ Roses before they even had their debut record out,” Forsythe
recalled. “We were first on the bill and it was crazy because there were a lot
of people to see us because we’ve never played here, and Guns N’ Roses were big
too, so the line went all the way out the door and around the block.”

 

With Kix frontman Steve Whiteman still scary fit all these
years later, while pointing out that everyone in Los Angeles wants guest list and VIP
privileges, it was entertaining watching a band still in peak condition making
sure their audience left satiated.

 

(Steel Panther)

 

(Slash w/Fergie)

 

 

Saturday afternoon saw, for the second year in a row, the famous
Sunset Strip shut down to host a street festival where thousands besieged
landmarks like The Roxy Theatre, Whisky A Go-Go, and the Rainbow Bar &
Grill while makeshift outdoor stages featured sets by local favorites Steel Panther, Travie McCoy, Slash with special guest
Fergie, and headliners The Smashing
Pumpkins
.

 

While you can question the Pumpkins spot on the bill, maybe
it was the organizers way of making sure this isn’t looked at as just a local
event, especially as last year saw a headlining set by Ozzy Osbourne, but the
Pumpkins aren’t a band with locals ties to the Strip so it did seem out of
place. But either way, it was a blast and welcome treat to listen to Billy
Corgan’s feedback wail through Sunset Blvd.

 

 

R&L Thompson “Lights” Gets 2CD Reish

 

Timeless 1982 classic
is now augmented by 11-song bonus disc, extensive booklet.

 

By Blurt Staff

 

With Richard Thompson’s new live album (of all new material,
no less) Dream Attic hitting the bins
this week and Thompson also prepping for a tour with his band that will run
from Oct. 2 into the first week of November, word also arrives of the impending
Deluxe Edition reissue of Thompson’s landmark album Shoot Out The Lights, originally released in 1982 by Thompson and
his then-life Linda. Rhino Handmade drops it on Oct. 12 and the remastered
released will now boast a bonus CD featuring 11 unreleased live performances
from the tour that the duo embarked upon shortly after its release.

 

Here are the details, courtesy Rhino:

 

***

 

The circuitous path of Shoot Out the Lights began in 1980 when
Scottish singer-songwriter Gerry Rafferty-who’d toured with the Thompsons that
year-produced and financed the album, hoping it would earn the unsigned couple
a new record contract. Failing to secure a record deal, the album was
eventually shelved.

 

The Thompsons persevered, signing
with producer Joe Boyd’s independent Hannibal Records the following year. They
quickly returned to the studio with several musicians from the Rafferty
sessions-guitarist Simon Nicol, drummer Dave Mattacks, and bassist Pete
Zorn-and rerecorded six songs from the previous sessions plus two new songs. In
contrast to the drawn-out sessions with Rafferty, Boyd recorded the album live
in just three days, an approach that highlighted the band’s spontaneity and
gave the songs a palpable edge. In the reissue’s liner notes Zorn quips: “The
album’s so good, we did it twice!”  

 

The release and a planned U.S. tour were
put on hold until 1982 to give Linda time to recover from the birth of the
couple’s third child. Sadly, when the tour finally began that spring, the
Thompsons’ marriage was over.

The bonus disc documents the tumultuous tour with 11 unreleased live
performances, all but one taken from shows in San Francisco
and Santa Cruz, California. The songs draw from the
Thompsons’ records together, including three from the album, “Back Street
Slide,” “Did She Jump Or Was She Pushed?” and the title track; “Borrowed Time”
from Sunnyvista (1979); “Pavanne” from First Light (1978); and
“For Shame Of Doing Wrong,” “Dargai,” and “Dimming Of The Day” from Pour
Down Like Silver
(1975). Several covers are also featured: Hank Williams’
“Honky Tonk Blues,” “I’m A Dreamer” by Fairport Convention singer Sandy Denny,
and Bob Dylan’s “I’ll Keep It With Mine,” a song Richard covered with Fairport
Convention on 1969’s What We Did On Our Holidays.

 

The set’s accompanying 40-page
booklet includes details about the album and tour from Richard, Linda, the
band, and Boyd, who recalls the fraught tour: “Linda kicked Richard in the
shins during a guitar solo in Providence and
threw a bottle at him in the Buffalo
airport, but sang with an intensity I’d never heard before. Gone was the
hesitant tone; the heartbreaking ballads poured out of her and mesmerized
audiences. The band, meanwhile, kept their heads down and amazed the Yanks with
their precision and power. Richard was his usual genius self, only more so.”

 

 

Track Listing

 

Disc 1

1.       “Don’t Renege On Our Love”

2.       “Walking On A Wire”

3.       “A Man In Need”

4.       “Just The Motion”

5.       “Shoot Out The Lights”

6.       “Back Street Slide”

7.       “Did She Jump Or Was She Pushed?”

8.       “Wall Of Death”

 

Disc 2 – Live

1.       “Dargai”*

2.       “Back Street Slide”*

3.       “Pavanne”*

4.       “I’ll Keep It With Mine”*

5.       “Borrowed Time”*

6.       “Did She Jump Or Was She Pushed?”*

7.       “I’m A Dreamer”*

8.       “Honky Tonk Blues”*

9.       “Shoot Out The Lights”*

10.   “For Shame Of
Doing Wrong”*

11.   “Dimming Of
The Day”*

*Previously Unissued

 

 

 

Apparat Preps Monster DJ-Kicks Mix

Oval, Autechre, Thom Yorke, Tour Tet and numerous others….

 

By Blurt Staff

 

Apparat – aka Sasha Ring – takes a little time out from his
busy schedule of late (which has included three
albums on the Shitkatapult label and the collaborative full lengths with Ellen
Allien and Modeselektor as Moderat on
Bpitch Control) in order to program what just may be the mother of all DJ-Kicks titles from !K7. It includes
tracks from Oval, Autechre, Thom Yorke, Tour Tet and others, as well as a pair
of exclusive Apparat tunes and an unreleased Telfon Tel Aviv cut. The full
tracklisting is below and it speaks for itself.

 

“I didn’t want to make this kind of “smart” mix,
that’s eclectic and sounds like it’s done “on purpose;” but I need to do
different things to keep myself motivated,” Ring explained, in a statement. “At first I wanted to
make a collection of influences, all kinds of old songs, but then sometimes with
those mixes it’s hard to keep some kind of flow and they’re just not very easy
to listen to, so I ended up using good new music; music that almost gave me
hope that there’s more out there than boring minimal techno.

 

“The mix isn’t that balanced when
it comes to melody I guess. There’s a lot of
sweetness on there, but it is dark and mysterious at points. I guess the
bittersweet-ness has long been kind of my thing and with this mix I was just
trying to spice it up a bit.”

 

It’ll be in stores Oct. 26.

 

Tracklisting:

 

1.         Apparat
– Circles
2.         69 – Rushed
3.         Telefon Tel Aviv –
Lengthening Shadows
4.         Apparat – Interlude
5.         Luke Abbott – More Room
6.         Oval – Legendary
7.         Patrice Baumel – Sub
8.         Martyn – Miniluv
9.         Ripperton – Echocity
10.        Cosmin TRG – Tower Block
11.        Scorn – Falling (Autechre “FR 13”
Remix)
12.        Born Ruffians – I Need A Life (Four Tet
Remix)
13.        Pantha Du Prince – Welt Am Draht
14.        Phon.o – Intervall
15.        Burial + Four Tet – Moth
16.        Vincent Markowski – The Madness Of Moths
17.        Ramadanman – Tempest
18.  
     Thom Yorke – Harrowdown Hill
19.        Spherix – Lesser People
20.        Oval – TV Power
21.        Joy Orbison – The Shrew Would Have
Cushioned The Blow
22.        Apparat – Sayulita (DJ-KiCKS)
23.        T++ – Worn Down
24.        Tim Hecker – Borderlands

 

 

 

 

Photos: Sunset Strip Music Fest 8/26 in L.A.

 

Blurt shutterbug Scott Dudelson attended the kickoff
of the August 26 Sunset Strip Music Festival in Los Angeles – it included a Slash tribute @ House of Blues whereby
Aug 26th was officially named “Slash Day”and on hand were Headcat
(Lemmy of Motorhead, Slim Jim Phantom of Stray Cats), Slash, Nikki Sixx, Jerry
Cantrell and KLOS DJ Jim Ladd. We’ve got a selection of his photos,
below. (You can also check out Dudelson’s photoblog for BLURT elsewhere on our
site
.)

 

(above) Lemmy & Slash

 

Danny B. Harvey

 

 

Jerry Cantrell

 

 

Jim Ladd

 

 

Lemmy

 

 

Nikki Sixx

 

 

Slash

 

 

Slash Award Presentation

 

 

Slim Jim Phantom

 

Watch: Raveonettes Cover the Stone Roses

 

“I Wanna Be Adored”:
any questions? Check out the video, below.

 

By Blurt Staff

 

The latest video and track release and video directed by
Cass Bird & Molly Schiot in celebration of Dr. Martens 50th anniversary is
none other than the Raveonettes covering the Stones Roses classic “I Wanna Be
Adored.” It’s part of the ongoing series from Dr. Martens which thus far has
featured some intriguing takes on vintage material – among them, the Noisettes
doing “Ever Fallen In Love With Someone You Shouldn’t’ve”, the Duke Spirit with
“If The Kids are United” and Black Rebel Motorcycle Club tackling “Dirty Old
Town.”

 

You can nab the tunes for free download at the Dr. Martens
site
– coming up are Verbal and the MC5’s Mike Davis w/D.O.A.

 

 


Avett Brothers Prep Live CD + DVD

Chronicle of the
never-ending I And Love And You Tour.

 

By Blurt Staff

 

Incoming on Oct. 5: Live,
Volume 3
from the Avett Brothers. The material was recorded on the I And Love And You tour and will be
available on both CD and DVD. 

 

The 16 songs are taken from a longer (25-song) concert in Charlotte, NC,
on August 8, 2009
. Watch BLURT for a special feature on the Avetts – the cover
subjects of our 3rd print issue, last fall – around the time of the
release date.

 

Track Listing:

 

1.
Pretty Girl from Matthews
2. Talk on Indolence
3. Ballad False Start
4. The Ballad of Love and Hate
5. Colorshow
6. I and Love and You
7. Shame
8. When I Drink
9. Murder in the City
10. I Killed Sally’s Lover
11. Head Full of Doubt/Road Full of Promise
12. The Perfect Space
13. Paranoia in B-flat Major
14. Distraction #74
15. Kick Drum Heart
16. Salvation Song

 

 

Pierced Arrows w/7”, Fall Tour

 

Monthlong tour preceded by split single with
the Black Lips.

 

By Blurt Staff

 

The Pierced Arrows
have announced an upcoming North American tour that begins September 30 at 7th
St.
Entry in Minneapolis,
MN. The ex-Dead Moon veterans will play 21 dates
across the US before closing out the tour in Weed, CA on October 23rd.

The jaunt comes in the wake of Pierced Arrows’ recent split 7″ with labelmates
Black Lips, released in July via
Scion A/V. In keeping with the
other releases in the Vice-curated Scion Garage 7″ series, both bands
debuted new songs on the single. Pierced Arrows’ offering is titled “The
Doorway” and you can check out a stream of it right here.

 

 Scion A/V also
recently released the band’s first proper music video for “This is the
Day” from their most recent full length Descending Shadows – take a
gander at it, below.

Tour Dates:

9/30/10        Minneapolis, MN    
   7th St. Entry
10/1/10        Milwaukee, WI  
        Cactus Club
10/2/10        Chicago,
IL                
Subterranean
10/3/10        Cleveland,
OH            Beachland
Tavern
10/4/10        Rochester,
NY            The Bug
Jar
10/5/10        Albany,
NY                 
Valentine’s
10/7/10        Brooklyn,
NY            
  Knitting Factory
10/8/10        New York,
NY             
Mercury Lounge
10/9/10        Philadelphia,
PA          Kung Fu Necktie
10/10/10      Washington, DC    
     DC9
10/12/10       Baltimore,
MD            Golden West
Cafe
10/13/10       Pittsburgh,
PA             31st
Street Pub
10/14/10       Columbus,
OH            The Summit
10/15/10       Bloomington, IN   
      The Video Saloon
10/16/10       Columbia,
MO            
Mojo’s
10/17/10        Lawrence,
KS            
Jackpot
10/19/10        Denver,
CO                
Hi Dive
10/20/10       Salt Lake City,
UT        Urban Lounge
10/21/10       Reno, NV                    
Tonic Lounge
10/22/10       San Francisco, CA 
      Rickshaw Stop
10/23/10       Weed,
CA           
         Black Butte Center for Railroad
Culture

 

Scion A/V Video: Pierced Arrows – This Is The Day from Scion A/V on Vimeo.