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Friday, February 20, 2009

TV on the Radio on the Stage

TV On the Radio Announces North American Spring Tour

Over the past five years, TV on the Radio has been showing up on a myriad of Year End/ Best of Lists with stunning regularity. Not to mention their ever growing fanbase including a healthy roster of music elite. 2008 was no exception with the release of their very fine Dear Science release. 2009 is certainly showing no sign of stopping for the band as a slew newly announced live shows was announced yesterday. After performing at the Coachella Festival, the creatively savvy Brooklynites will play a series of dates in May; visiting Edmonton, Calgary, Saskatoon, Toronto, Montreal and Vancouver. (Hey, put that in your pipe Tweedy and Co.!) ed

TV on the Radio has dropped hints of an upcoming remix EP, but that has yet to see the light of day. TV on the Radio have also been busy with a number of side projects including work on the upcoming Yeah, Yeah, Yeah’s release. I’ll pass on information to you when release dates get a little closer.

For now, the Canuck heavy tour dates:

4.18 Indio, CA - Coachella
5.12 Louisville, KY - Headliners Music Hall
5.16 Austin, TX - Stubbs
5.18 Oklahoma City, OK - Diamond Ballroom
5.22 Oakland, CA - Fox Oakland Theatre
5.23 Portland, OR - Roseland Theatre
5.25 Vancouver, BC - Malkin Bowl
5.27 Edmonton, AB - Edmonton Events Center
5.28 Calgary, AB - Macewan Hall
5.29 Saskatoon, SK - Louis' Pub
6.2 Toronto, ON - Sound Academy
6.3 Montreal, QC - Metropolis

6.4 Boston, MA - House of Blues
6.5 New York, NY - Central Park Summer Stage
6.8 Washington, DC - 9:30 Club


Phronk said...

No London? DAMMIT.

I was surprised to see them on Colbert the other night. Was also surprised at how horrible they were in the interview.

CreativeNige said...

Winnipeg just got added; May 30 at the Burton Cummings Theatre.

Any word yet on an opening act?

Scott Thomas said...

Awesome to see a great band like TV on the Radio playing shows in Canadian cities other than Toronto, Montreal and Vancouver. I can't wait to see them in Calgary on the 28th!!!!!!!