May 30, 2007

NYC’s Hymns on tour now

I first heard of Hymns when guitarist Jason Roberts played with Ben Kweller’s band and passed me their CD after the show. I caught them playing with The Lemonheads & VietNam a few months later, and have really enjoyed their album. See previous little interview dealie here.

They’ve announced a slew of tour dates starting this Friday in Texas. Check ‘em out if you can, they put on a good live show.

Stop Talking – Hymns

[plus download a few cool live tracks on their site here]


01- Austin, TX- Momo’s
02- Houston, TX- Meridian Red Room
03- Dallas, TX- Double Wide Bar
04- Denton, TX- J&J’s Pizza
06- Albuquerque, NM- Atomic Cantina
08- Las Vegas, NV- Vegas Divebar
10- Phoenix, AZ- Modified Arts
11- Los Angeles, CA- Viper Room
12- Long Beach, CA- The Prospector
14- Costa Mesa, CA- Detroit Bar
16- Portland, OR- The Tonic Lounge
17- San Francisco, CA- The Hotel Utah Saloon
19- Salt Lake City, UT- Kilby Court
20- Denver, CO- Three Kings Tavern
23- Minneapolis, MN- 400 Bar
24- Racine, MI- Macauliffe’s Pub
26- Chicago, IL- Double Door
27- Cincinnati, OH- The Gypsy Hut
28- Detroit, MI- TBA
29- Indianapolis, IN- Radio Radio
30- Philadelphia, PA- North Star Bar

03- Cambridge, MA- Middle East Upstairs
05- New York, NY- Piano’s
07- Norfolk, VA- The Boot
08- Boone, NC- Black Cat
11- Charlotte, NC- The Evening Muse
12- Atlanta, GA- The Earl
15- Jacksonville, FL- Jack Rabbits
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1 Comment

  • seeing them at the viper room in la. great band for sure. dando approved! :)

    skyforest robb — June 1, 2007 @ 2:41 am

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