viernes, 24 de marzo de 2017

INTAKT RECORDS: London Concerts

INTAKT RECORDS IN LONDON takes place from 16 to 27 April 2017 at venerable jazz venue The Vortex. The festival presents 26 performances from iconic artists and young, emerging musicians. It will be launched with a celebration of the 70th birthday of bassist and improv pioneer Barry Guy.

“Small in budget, but immense in quality,” says music magazine All About Jazz New York about the record label Intakt. “The pre-dominance and growth of independent labels continues.” Intakt has made a special effort to document the development of many distinguished artists and more than 275 recordings have been released to date. The label’s extraordinary critical acclaim is matched by the enthusiasm of the subscribers to the Intakt Records series.

Detailed information about the festival:


For the opening night of the Intakt Festival at the Vortex we are delighted to be celebrating the 70th birthday of one of the genuine pioneers in European music, a completely individual and highly influential figure, Barry Guy.

In the 1970’s Guy was active both in the fields of classical music – at the highest level, for example with John Eliot Gardiner’s Monteverdi Orchestra, and with Christopher Hogwood’s Academy of Ancient Music – and also of free improvisation. He is founder of the London Jazz Composers Orchestra, the Barry Guy New Orchestra and most recently the Blue Shroud Band.

He is one of the most influential composers in current jazz and in new music, In small ensembles with Evan Parker, Maya Homburger, Howard Riley, Marilyn Crispell, Agustí Fernández, as well as with younger musicians such as Lucas Niggli and Jürg Wickihalder, his mastery of improvisation marks him out as one of the very great bassists of Europe.

Barry Guy’s series of recordings for the Intakt label, ever since the 1980s, have left a significant mark. His music and his total commitment are a constant inspiration.

Complete program:

Sunday, April 16, 2017, 7.30 pm

Maya Homburger: Violine
Barry Guy: Bass

Howard Riley: Piano
Barry Guy: Bass
Lucas Niggli: Drums

Evan Parker: Saxophone
Barry Guy: Bass

Jürg Wickihalder: Saxophone
Barry Guy: Bass
Lucas Niggli: Drums

Monday, April 17, 2017, 8.30 pm 

Trevor Watts: Saxophone
Dieter Ulrich: Drums

Lucas Niggli: Drums
Jan Galega Brönnimann: Bass Clarinet
Aly Keïta: Balafon

Tuesday, April 18, 2017, 8.30 pm 

Irène Schweizer: Piano Louis
Moholo Moholo: Drums

Feat. Irène Schweizer + Louis Moholo Moholo
Omri Ziegele: Saxophone
Irène Schweizer: Piano
Louis Moholo Moholo: Drums

Wednesday, April 19, 2017, 8.30 pm 

Irène Schweizer: Piano
Maggie Nicols: Voice

Feat. Percy Pursglove
Omri Ziegele: Saxophone
Jan Schlegel: Bass
Dieter Ulrich: Drums
Percy Pursglove: Trumpet

Thursday, April 20, 2017, 8.30 pm 

Alexander von Schlippenbach: Piano

Omri Ziegele: Saxophone
John Edwards: Bass
Mark Sanders: Drums

Friday, April 21, 2017, 8.30 pm 

Sarah Buechi: Voice, Composition
Lauren Kinsella: Voice
Hannah Marshall: Cello
John Edwards: Double Bass

Alexander Von Schlippenbach: Piano
Evan Parker: Saxophone
Paul Lovens: Drums

Saturday, April 22, 2017, 8.30 pm 

Ingrid Laubrock: Saxophone
Liam Noble: Piano
Tom Rainey: Drums

Sarah Buechi: Voice
Stefan Aeby: Piano
André Pousaz: Bass
Lionel Friedli: Drums

Sunday, April 23, 2017, 7.30 pm 

Christoph Irniger: Saxophone
Dave Gisler: Guitar
Stefan Aeby: Piano
Raffaele Bossard: Bass
Michi Stulz: Drums

Aki Takase: Piano
Ingrid Laubrock: Saxophone

Monday, April 24, 2017, 8.30 pm

Stefan Aeby: Piano
André Pousaz: Bass
Michi Stulz: Drums

Aki Takase: Piano
Rudi Mahall: Saxophone

Tuesday, April 25, 2017, 8.30 pm

Florian Egli: Saxophone
Dave Gisler: Guitar
Martina Berther: E-Bass
Rico Baumann: Drums

Steve Beresford: Piano
Julian Sartorius: Drums

Wednesday, April 26, 2017, 8.30 pm 

Sylvie Courvoisier: Piano
Mark Feldman: Violine

Pierre Favre: Drums
Valeria Zangger: Drums
Markus Lauterburg: Drums
Chris Jaeger: Drums

Thursday, April 27, 2017, 8.30 pm 

Pierre Favre: Drums

Sylvie Courvoisier: Piano
Mark Feldman: Violine
Evan Parker: Saxophone

SF JAZZ Collective - Music of Miles Davis & Original Compositions (Live: SF JAZZ Center 2016) 2017

This limited edition 2-disc set was recorded throughout the Collective’s four-night residency October 20-23, 2016 on the Robert N. Miner Auditorium stage at the SFJAZZ Center, documenting the Collective’s arrangements of the music of Miles Davis as well as their own fresh compositions.

Disc One – Music of Miles Davis
1. “So What” arranged by Sean Jones
2. “Nardis” arranged by Miguel Zenón
3. “Milestones” arranged by Matt Penman
4. “Tutu” arranged by Robin Eubanks
5. “Bitches Brew” arranged by Obed Calvaire
6. “All Blues” arranged by Edward Simon
7. “Joshua” arranged by Warren Wolf
8. “Teo” arranged by David Sánchez

Disc Two – SFJAZZ Collective Original Compositions
1. “Tribe” by Miguel Zenón
2. “Canto” by David Sánchez
3. “Your Turn” by Matt Penman
4. “111” by Obed Calvaire
5. “In the Heat of the Night” by Warren Wolf
6. “Shields Green” by Robin Eubanks
7. “Hutcherson Hug” by Sean Jones
8. “Feel The Groove” by Edward Simon

Miguel Zenón (alto saxophone)
David Sánchez (tenor saxophone)
ean Jones (trumpet)
Robin Eubanks (trombone)
Warren Wolf (vibraphone)
Edward Simon (piano)
Matt Penman (bass)
Obed Calvaire (drums)

March 28, Brooks Center, Clemson University, Clemson, GA
March 30, Rockport Music, Rockport, MA
April 1, Miller Theater, Columbia University, New York, NY
April 2, Annenberg Center, Philadelphia, PA
April 7-9, Blues Alley, Washington, DC
April 13, Jefferson Center, Roanoke, VA
April 15, Ferst Center for the Arts, Atlanta, GA
April 21, Cuyahoga Community College, Cleveland, OH
April 26-29, Jazz at the Bistro, St. Louis, MO
May 4, St. Cecilia Music Center, Grand Rapids, MI
May 5, Symphony Center, Chicago, IL
May 6, New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival, New Orleans, LA

Yves Brouqui Trio - How Little We Know (GAYA MUSIC 2017)

From the first listen one is caught by this round sound, subtle, proper to the great jazz guitarists…

Magnificent subtleties, nuances in touch, excellent musicality is served by a return to the swing and the melody that surpasses the flawless virtuosity of the guitar leader. From album to album, here the 5th as leader, Yves Brouqui is in the line of Jim Hall, Wes Montgomery, Kenny Burrell…

His 10 years stay in New York City, particularly at the Small’s where he met the top of the East Coast jazz scene, allowed him to assert his play and style. An album that all the lovers of the 6 strings must acquire and keep preciously on the “Best of” shelf. As for the rhythm that accompanies it … Extremely solid! ~ Christian Grimauld

01. How Little We Know
02. These Are Soulful Days
03. Between You And Me
04. Love Letters
05. Close Your Eyes
06. Lament
07. Street Of Dreams
08. Blues For Pm
09. Lazy Bird
10. Something Like Bags
11. This Is New

Kenji Rabeson - bass
Joe Strasser - drums

Ohad Talmor & Christoph Irniger - Subway Lines (Counterpoints) FRESH SOUND NEW TALENT 2017

01. Subway Line 3 (Talmor) 5:07
02. Lennie Grass (Irniger) 6:03
03. Two Fools Tears (Talmor) 6:47
04. By Heart (Irniger) 3:51
05. Subway Line 2 (Talmor) 6:36
06. Dance (Irniger) 5:02
07. Bounce (Talmor) 5:25
08. Subway Line 5 Head Only (Talmor) 0:42
09. Of Love and Satisfaction (Talmor) 6:17
10. Subway Line 5 (Talmor) 4:47

Ohad Talmor-Christoph Irniger "CounterpointS" are:
Ohad Talmor (tenor sax, left channel)
Christoph Irniger (tenor sax, right channel)
Baenz Oester (bass)
Vinnie Sperrazza (drums)

Recorded at Playground Studios, Zürich, Switzerland, November 14 & 15, 2015

Engineered, Mixed & Mastered by Andy Neresheimer
Artwork: I&W Designs

Produced by CounterpointS
Executive Producer for Radio SRF 2 Kultur: Peter Bürli

Subway Line 3 is based on the chord progression of “I Remember You”
Lennie Grass is based on the chord progression of “I Got Rhythm”
Two Fools Tears is closely related to “Tea for Two”
Subway Line 2 is based on the chord progression of “My Romance”
Dance used chords to John Coltrane’s “Giant Steps” as a departure point
Subway Line 5 is closely inspired by the chords of “Solar”

Hermon Mehari - Bleu (2017)

Hermon Mehari’s anticipated debut album as a leader, “Bleu”, marks a new era in his career. The music covers both the ground of his contemporaries and his own original music in such a way to illustrate his current musical path. “Bleu” includes ECM recording artist Aaron Parks on piano, Blue Note recording artist Logan Richardson on alto saxophone, Peter Schlamb on vibraphone, Ryan J. Lee on drums and Rick Rosato on bass. Mehari was the recent winner of the 2015 Carmine Caruso International Trumpet Competition and a semifinalist in the 2014 Thelonious Monk Jazz Competition. In 2014 he released the CD "Our Journey" with Diverse, his second with the group. Mehari maintains a touring schedule around the world with his own group and as a sideman. He was the headliner of the 2014 Jazz en Tête Festival in Clermont-Ferrand, France and was featured on the world-renowned saxophonist Bobby Watson's 2013 release, "Check Cashing Day".

Mehari was also the winner of the 2008 National Trumpet Competition and placed 2nd in the International Trumpet Guild competition in Sydney, Australia. As a founding member of Diverse, whose eponymous debut album on Seattle-based Origin Records reached the Top 40 on the Jazzweek Radio Charts, he has performed professionally with noted saxophonists Jaleel Shaw, Logan Richardson, Bobby Watson, and Ben Van Gelder. He has also performed with Joe Sanders, Hubert Laws, Randy Brecker, Tony Tixier, Dave Pietro, Clay Jenkins and many other great musicians. The band Diverse notably shared a double bill with Roy Haynes' Birds of a Feather band as headliners of the 2008 Gene Harris Jazz Festival.

Hermon Mehari received his BM in Jazz Performance from the University of Missouri - Kansas City Conservatory of Music and Dance in 2010. In addition to performing, he dedicates himself to being a serious educator and has participated in clinics and panels around the world.

1. Tatra 06:22
2. Eleven Thirteen Une Nuit Noire 07:42
3. Don't Ya Think Interlude 00:51
4. Moment's Notice 05:55
5. Awakening 04:42
6. Cold (feat. Kevin Johnson) 03:50
7. Sunset Park 05:31
8. Our Journey Revisited 04:28
9. I've Grown Accustomed To Her Face 04:39
10. We Love 05:13

Aaron Parks, piano
Logan Richardson, saxophone alto
Peter Schlamb, vibraphone
Rick Rosato, double bass
Ryan J Lee, drums

Jasper Somsen Trio - A New Episode in Life Pt. I (CHALLENGE RECORDS 2017)

It’s no coincidence Jasper Somsen’s 3rd (and later this year 4th) Challenge Records album features an international piano trio line up. Recent years performing and/or recording in trio with a.o. Enrico Pieranunzi, Joey Calderazzo, John Beasley, Jeff Ballard, Justin Faulkner and André Ceccarelli, he is much sought after by (especially) pianists. The former New York, now Montreal-based French master pianist and composer Jean-Michel Pilc and one of Jasper's all-time favorite French drummers André Ceccarelli joined him for this diptych.

At their first encounter ever, this trio with Jean-Michel Pilc - piano and André Ceccarelli - drums recorded A New Episode in Life Part I & A New Episode in Life Part II  in just two days!

The music is an intriguing and exciting exploration in the hearts and minds of these three wonderful musicians.

A New Episode in Life Part II will be released in autumn 2017

1 Beneath The Surface (for Enrico)  06:24
2 No News Is Good News Coming  06:58
3 Full Circles  04:55
4 Blue Lady  05:03
5 Parallel Reality  04:32
6 She Says, He Says  04:59
7 Corinaldo  05:25
8 When Hands Are Tied  06:59
9 Apparent Contrasts  05:29

Jean-Michel Pilc - Piano
André Ceccarelli - Drums

Laurent Marode Nonet - This Way Please (2017)

Sous influence des musiques qui l’on fait voyager, le pianiste ravit avec ce nouveau disque les amoureux du swing.

Avec son nouvel album This Way Please, ancré dans la tradition du jazz, Laurent Marode livre une fresque musicale aux arrangements raffinés, inspirée des musiques de films et des mélodies qui l’on fait voyager. Cette ode à un jazz populaire alterne compositions et reprises jouées par un nonet puissant et réjouissant.

« This Way Please ramène à la vie un jazz universalisant, exigeant et offre un vaste terrain de jeu dédié à l’hommage et à la création ».
Pour se faire, Laurent Marode s’est entouré de musiciens de haut vol qui donnent au swing ses lettres de noblesse : Fabien Mary à la trompette, Luigi Grasso au saxophone alto, David Sauzay au saxophone ténor, Frank Basile au saxophone baryton, Jerry Edwards au trombone, Laurent Marode au piano, Nicholas Thomas au vibraphone, Fabien Marcoz à la contrebasse et Mourad Benhammou à la batterie.

Particulièrement touché par le Hard Bop et la période des années 40 à 60, Laurent Marode a fondé un sextet avec lequel il enregistrait son premier disque en 2005, I mean. Sa passion pour le cinéma le mène à diriger des comédies musicales et des projets théâtre et musique (Bonheur en 2003, Novecento en 2005, Pygmalion, BB Initials en 2013 etc.). Il se produit aussi régulièrement en ciné-concerts.

This Way Please est un projet qui réunit des musiciens exceptionnels!

Cette configuration permet à Laurent Marode d’utiliser des techniques d’arrangement a priori éloignées l’une de l’autre : le Big Band mais également celles des grands quintets et sextets de l’histoire du jazz, ainsi que des techniques ayant trait à la musique classique.

Passionné de musiques de films et de belles mélodies, les compositions et morceaux choisis réveillent et réhabilitent un jazz oublié : populaire, onirique et fédérateur, loin des carcans élitistes des compositions complexes destinées aux oreilles averties ou du jazz déambulatoire de fanfare. Dans cet espace intermédiaire de création, This Way Please ramène à la vie un jazz universalisant, exigeant et offre un vaste terrain de jeu dédié à l’hommage et à la création.

This Way Please… est une ode à ce que le jazz a de plus précieux et singulier,  une évidence  intemporelle et voyageuse. Du Swing ! Du Bounce !

1 Sacha's Mood 04:53
2 Wives and Lovers 05:39
3 The Adventure on Kleber 452 05:07
4 Start Stop 03:29
5 The Reason Why I Love You 09:09
6 Penny Lane 03:55
7 Very Last Round 05:48
8 This Way Please 01:51

jueves, 23 de marzo de 2017

PORTA-JAZZ: Sábado, 25 março - Miguel Ângelo Quarteto // Segunda, 27 março - Lançamento CD - Rui Filipe Freitas Sexteto


Sala Porta-Jazz 
Sábado, 25 março
19h00 & 22H00
concerto: 5 eur / 3 eur membros *


João Guimarães - saxofone alto
Joaquim Rodrigues - piano
Miguel Ângelo - contrabaixo
Marcos Cavaleiro - bateria

Miguel Ângelo Quarteto apresenta o seu segundo álbum "A VIDA DE X", constituído por dez composições inspiradas em personagens fictícias ou em histórias imaginárias ou reais a que o quarteto deu vida e espera que cada ouvinte crie a sua própria visão e, desta forma, ganhe uma nova vida. 

A VIDA DE X não é uma simples vida, é um emaranhado delas!...

«This is an album that beguiles gradually rather than being an instant infatuation. It is like the friend you feel comfortable with, who is unobtrusive yet steadfast, and whose worth is proven over time. Those are the people to keep close, and this is an album to value—great stuff.» @ AllAboutJazz by Phil Barnes

«...Miguel Ângelo assina dez temas com personalidade bem definida... o contrabaixista segue as linhas que já tinha exposto no disco de estreia, Branco - uma música franca, directa e intensa.» @ by Nuno Catarino

A VIDA DE X foi eleito pelo crítico Phil Barnes e pela revista como um dos melhores discos de Jazz de 2016.

Sábados 19:00 & 22:00

1 Abril - João Mortágua "Dentro da Janela" 
João Mortágua - saxofones alto e soprano
José Pedro Coelho - saxofone tenor
Miguel Moreira - guitarra
José Carlos Barbosa - contrabaixo e baixo elétrico 
José Marrucho - bateria

8 Abril - A Incerteza de Um Trio Certo
AP - guitarra
Diogo Dinis - contrabaixo
Miguel Sampaio - bateria

15 Abril - Tonom Trio
Julius Gabriel - saxofones
João Paulo Rosado - contrabaixo
José Marrucho - bateria

22 Abril - Quarteto de Vasco Agostinho
Rui Teixeira - saxofones
Vasco Agostinho - guitarra
José Carlos Barbosa - contrabaixo
Marcos Cavaleiro - bateria

29 Abril - Ricardo Coelho Quartet
Ricardo Coelho - Vibrafone
Mané Fernandes - Guitarra

Auditório da FEUP
- entrada livre - 

27 março, 21:30 
Rui Filipe Freitas Sexteto - "Axis Mundi"
Rui Filipe Freitas - vibrafone
José Pedro Coelho - saxofone tenor e clarinete-baixo  
João Mortágua - saxofone alto e saxofone soprano
Mané Fernandes - guitarra
Filipe Teixeira - contrabaixo
João Martins - bateria

18 abril, 21:30
The Nada
João Guimarães - saxofone
Eurico Costa - guitarra
Simon Jermyn - baixo
José Marrucho - bateria

18 maio, 21:30
AP Quarteto
AP - guitarra
Carlos Azevedo - piano
Filipe Teixeira - contrabaixo
Acácio Salero - bateria

19 junho, 21:30
João Mortágua "AXES"
João Mortágua - saxofone alto e soprano
José Soares - saxofone alto
Hugo Ciríaco - saxofone tenor 
Rui Teixeira - saxofone barítono e clarinete baixo
Pedro Vasconcelos - bateria e percussões
Alex Lázaro - bateria e percussões

Centro Cultural de Vila das Aves
- entrada livre -

1 abril, 21:30 - Renato Dias Trio
Renato Dias - guitarra
Filipe Teixeira - contrabaixo
Filipe Monteiro - bateria

16 junho, 21:30 - AP Quarteto
AP - guitarra
Carlos Azevedo - piano
Filipe Teixeira - contrabaixo
Acácio Salero - bateria

1 julho, 21:30 - Rui Filipe Freitas Sexteto
Rui Filipe Freitas - vibrafone
José Pedro Coelho - saxofone tenor e clarinete-baixo  
João Mortágua - saxofone alto e saxofone soprano
Mané Fernandes - guitarra
Filipe Teixeira - contrabaixo
João Martins - bateria

2 CDs with Subscription Order: Lovano podcast / Dave in Bergamo (GREENLEAF MUSIC)

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We've just release a new podcast featuring legendary saxophonist Joe Lovano talking to Dave about his many musical experiences and where he finds inspiration. Listen on our website as well as iTunes, Stitcher and Google Play.

Our artists are busy making music on the road. This week Dave is in Bergamo, Italy Artistic Directing the Bergamo Jazz Festival. Rudy Royston also hits Bergamo on his current European tour. Next week the Greg Ward Quintet begins a tour of the US and Ryan Keberle & Catharsis tours Europe in April. Check out all our artist dates here.

Cuneiform Artists on Tour - March 2017

March 23-26 - Big Ears Festival
Knoxville, TN

April 27 - Jazzahead! 2017
Bremen, Germany

Listen to Out Of The Blue

July 31 - Beat Kitchen
2100 W. Belmont Ave - Chicago, IL 60618 [opening for Free Salamander Exhibit!]

September 15-17 - Rock In Opposition Festival
Cap D'ecouverte - Le Garric 81450, France

May 15 - Songbyrd
2477 18th St NW - Washington, DC 20009 (202) 450-2917

Listen to Super Petite

March 26 - Saxstall
Pohrsdorf, Germany [with Edi Nulz]

Bern, Switzerland [with Edi Nulz]

May 6 - Apollo
Shimo-Kitazawa - Tokyo, Japan

May 7 - Gig
Yokohama, Japan

May 8 - Star Eyes
Nagoya, Japan

May 9 - Mokkiriya
Kanazawa, Japan

Kyoto, Japan

May 11 - Left Alone
Ashiya, Kobe, Japan

May 13 - Bird
Hiroshima, Japan

May 14 - Candy
Chiba, Japan

Meguro, Tokyo, Japan

May 16 - Airegin
Yokohama, Japan

June 11 - Hot Club Ghent
Ghent, Belgium

TILT out in May!

March 22 - Rye Bar
247 South 1st Street - Brooklyn, NY - 10:30

May 14 - The Legion Bar
790 Metropolitan Ave - Brooklyn, NY - 9:00

April 13 - Jazz Spot Candy
Chiba, Japan

April 14 - Velvet Sun
Tokyo, Japan

April 15 - tbd
Tokyo, Japan

April 16 - Nanya
Nogoya, Japan

April 17 - Big Apple
Kobe, Japan

April 18 - Pepperland
Okayama, Japan

April 19 - Jazz Riverside
Fukuoka, Japan

May 3 - Vortex
London, UK

May 4 - Vortex
London, UK

May 5 - Blue Orange Theatre
Birmingham, UK

May 6 - Fuse Art Space
Bradford, UK

May 7 - The Bridge Hotel

May 8 - Bramley's Bar
Canterbury, UK

May 12 - Jazztage Goerlitz
Goerlitz, UK

Listen to The Good Egg

April 6 - Bar Django
Thorvald Meyers gate 25 - 0555 Oslo, Norway

April 8 - Nordic Black Theatre
Hollendergata 8 - 0190 Oslo, Norway

April 29 - Jazz & Cookin' Festival
Veles e Vents, Marina Real Juan Carlos I
46024 València, Spain - 17:00

June 7 - Palau de la Musica
Passeig de l'Albereda, 30
46023 València, Spain - 20:00

July 14 - White Night Music Joint
Fontanka river embankment, 59 - Saint Petersburg, Russia

July 15 - Petrojazz Festival
St Petersburg, Russia

September 7 - Amstel Arts
Veles e Vents, Marina Real Juan Carlos I
46024 València, Spain - 19:00

Listen to Bye

March 29 - Satellite
Los Angeles, CA

Listen to Circa

March 25 – Wadada Leo Smith & Angelica Sanchez
Greenwich House - NYC, NY

45 Crown St - New Haven, CT 06510

45 Crown St - New Haven, CT 06510

June 8 – Wadada Leo Smith & Vijay Iyer - Ojai Music Festival
Libbey Bowl - Ojai, CA

June 15 – Wadada Leo Smith & Vijay Iyer - Zellerbach Hall
Berkeley, CA

July 18  – Wadada Leo Smith & Vijay Iyer - Molde Jazz Festival
Newport, RI

August 4 – Wadada Leo Smith & Vijay Iyer - Newport Jazz Festival
Newport, RI

October 13 – Wadada Leo Smith's Golden Quartet
performing 'Ten Freedom Summers' - tab - Houston, TX

October 14 – Wadada Leo Smith's Golden Quartet
performing 'Ten Freedom Summers' - tab - Austin, TX

October 15 – Wadada Leo Smith's Golden Quartet
performing 'Ten Freedom Summers' - tab - New Orleans, LA

April 12 - Amityville Music Hall
Amityville, NY [opening for Thank You Scientist]

April 14 - Monty Hall
Jersey City, NJ [opening for Thank You Scientist]

April 18 - The Shelter
Detroit, MI [opening for Thank You Scientist]

April 19 - Mac's Bar
Lansing, MI [opening for Thank You Scientist]

April 20 - Shank Hall
Milwaukee, WI [opening for Thank You Scientist]

April 21 - The House Cafe
Dekalb, IL [opening for Thank You Scientist]

April 22 - Blue Moose Taphouse
Iowa City, IA [opening for Thank You Scientist]

April 23 - The Bottleneck
Lawrence, KS [opening for Thank You Scientist]

280 Fenway - Boston, MA [opening for Ruby Rose Fox]

May 6 - Waiting Room
Buffalo, NY [opening for Thank You Scientist]

May 7 - The Haunt
Ithaca, NY [opening for Thank You Scientist]

May 9 - The Ottobar
Baltimore, MD [opening for Thank You Scientist]

May 10 - Chameleon Club
Lancaster, PA [opening for Thank You Scientist]

May 11 - Canal Club
Richmond, VA [opening for Thank You Scientist]

May 12 - Motorco Music Hall
Durham, NC [opening for Thank You Scientist]

May 18-21 - FIMAV
Victoriaville, Quebec G6P 6T3 - Canada

Listen to Say So

September 22 - tba
Hamburg, Germany

September 24 - tba
Scarbourough, UK

October 19 - Berklee School of Music
Boston, MA

September 15-17 - Rock In Opposition Festival
Cap D'ec