June 1, 2007

Ike Reilly tour dates announced in June/July

Blisteringly volatile Chicago blues-rocker Ike Reilly is heading out this summer in support of his absolutely fantastic new album We Belong To The Staggering Evening. I love this visceral album front-to-back, and cannot wait to see him bring it in his live show. I highly recommend both the album (see previous posts) and the show.

When Irish Eyes Are Burning – Ike Reilly
(from 2007′s We Belong To The Staggering Evening)

Garbage Day – Ike Reilly
(from 2004′s Sparkle In The Finish)

Kara Dean – Ike Reilly
(from 2005′s Junkie Faithful)

Jun 9 Birdy’s – Indianapolis, IN
Jun 11 Little Brother’s – Columbus, OH
Jun 12 3 Rivers Art Festival – Pittsburgh, PA
Jun 14 The Khyber – Philadelphia, PA
Jun 15 Bowery Ballroom – New York City
Jun 16 The Loft @ Tommy Doyle’s – Cambridge, MA
Jun 18 Black Cat (the backstage) – Washington, DC
Jun 19 Phoenix Hill Tavern – Louisville, Kentucky
Jun 21 Blueberry Hill – St. Louis, MO
Jun 22 Metro – Chicago, IL
Jun 23 World Cafe – Pittsburgh, PA
Jun 29 Cabooze On The West Bank – Minneapolis, MN
Jun 30 Stones Throw – Eau Claire, WI

Jul 10 St Andrews Hall – Detroit, MI
Jul 15 Larimer Lounge – Denver, CO
Jul 17 Doug Fir Lounge – Portland, OR
Jul 18 Crocodile Café – Seattle, WA
Jul 20 Swedish American Hall – San Francisco, CA
Jul 21 Troubadour – West Hollywood, CA

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  • “Kara Dean” and “Let’s Get Friendly” (MySpace) are very tasty. He’s channeling his inner Dylan a bit.

    Great for summer road-trip mixes. Keep the blues-rockers (Grace Potter)coming!

    debs — June 1, 2007 @ 9:51 pm

  • Oooh, he’s coming with Tom Morello. I don’t know Ike Reilly, but I may have to look into that show.

    JJ — June 2, 2007 @ 10:19 am

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