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Get one in the Guster store.
Oh man, this is an epic announcement. Our new winter tour dates include Boston, DC, Chicago, Minneapolis, Denver, and two-night stands in Los Angeles / San Francisco where we'll play a seminal Guster album (Lost & Gone Forever or Keep It Together) in its entirety each night. These are the last Guster headlining shows before we take a spring break, so give it a good once over, sorry Texas.
We are excited to finally bring some album-themed shows to the West Coast, where we can celebrate Lost & Gone Forever and Keep It Together (both of which were recorded fully / partially in CA) with a new audience. Get your tickets right when they go on sale if you're interested in coming!
1/14 - Clifton Park, NY @ Upstate Concert Hall - Tickets | Info
1/15 - Boston, MA @ House of Blues - Tickets | Info
1/16 - Boston, MA @ House of Blues - Tickets | Info
1/20 - Washington, DC @ 9:30 Club - Tickets | Info
1/22 - State College, PA @ State Theater - Tickets | Info
1/23 - Philadelphia, PA @ The Fillmore w/ Rhett Miller - Tickets | Info
1/24 - Charleston, WV @ Mountain Stage - Tickets | Info
1/26 - Winston-Salem, NC @ Ziggy's w/ Rhett Miller - Tickets | Info
1/27 - Knoxville, TN @ Bijou w/ Rhett Miller - Tickets | Info
1/28 - Louisville, KY @ Mercury w/ Rhett Miller - Tickets | Info
1/29 - Chicago, IL @ The Vic Theatre w/ Rhett Miller - Tickets | Info
2/2 - Kansas City, MO @ Madrid - Tickets | Info
2/3 - Des Moines @ Wooly's - Tickets | Info
2/4 - Minneapolis, MN @ First Ave - Tickets | Info
2/5 - Omaha, NE @ Slowdown - Tickets | Info
2/6 - Denver, CO @ Paramount - Tickets | Info
2/9 - Phoenix, AZ @ The Marquee - Tickets | Info
2/10 - Los Angeles, CA @ Teragram * - Tickets | Info
2/11 - Los Angeles, CA @ Teragram % - Tickets | Info
2/12 - San Francisco, CA @ The Fillmore * - Tickets | Info
2/13 - San Francisco, CA @ The Fillmore % - Tickets | Info
* = Lost and Gone Forever Full Album Show
% = Keep It Together Full Album Show
Tickets are on sale now!
Hey All - Adam here. Once a year for about 3 to 8 days, I spread some Hanukkah/Holiday cheer with The LeeVees, a side-project I started with Dave Schneider (THE ZAMBONIS) in 2005 with a bunch of songs we wrote about food and family during the Hanukkah holiday season. We recently wrote and recorded a new song with Matisyahu. To celebrate, we are doing some shows together on the East Coast.
12/11 - Glendale, PA @ The Keswick Theatre
12/12 - Wilmington, DE @ Grand Opera House
12/13 - Durham, NC @ The Carolina Theatre of Durham
Get tickets and more info at www.theleevees.com
Hope to see you out there!
We received over 400 submissions for the dozen-or-so opening slots on our upcoming November run. Basically, we were floored by the songwriting and commitment these bands are showing at such a young age. Most of them had more hits on their YouTube videos then we have for our new Endlessly video. And we take it as a major compliment that bands ranging from folk to emo to rap want to share a stage with Guster. Hard choices!
Here's the Emily Youth Project (opening the NJ show) video for their song "Nothing At All, Please" -- they had us when they faded out into the band jamming to Phil Collins in a compact car:
See you soon!
Our shows in Port Chester, NY on Thanksgiving weekend are going to be real doozies (Friday November 27 & Saturday November 28 at the Capitol Theater). Don't miss them if you're in the NYC area that weekend, as we're going to create a true pot luck of a Guster experience -- each show will be distinct -- we plan to indulge requests via lottery, play wiffle ball on stage, let our drummer sing a set of Ed Sheeran songs*, and have a real waltz of a weekend. As a band that's been at this for a while, we want to create a Thanksgiving tradition where our fans get treated like family. It's still two months away but your requests are being compiled and placed into a complicated set list algorithm.
The spaghetti-box-shaking-O'Malley family from Pennsylvania have got the spirit:
Look at grandpa work that Ronzoni! Send us your own vertical** videos of Jesus-on-the-Radio-round-the-table and we'll post them as we ramp up to Thanksgiving.
See you in Port Chester!
Don't forget there's a family friendly matinee show on 11/28 too!
* or something
** horizontal videos also accepted
Hey guys here’s an album of 22 minutes of instrumental music that I composed for Tig, a super sad / hilarious / romantic / ultimately redemptive documentary about the comedian Tig Notaro. The film premiered at Sundance, was bought by Netflix and people seem to really like it. Maybe you’ll want to listen to the score while you’re in a cubicle or floating in space or taking a walk with your dog? I had a dog, Jerry, but he’s dead now.
The trailer is here if you like to watch trailers before you see the movie. I don’t. (Also, that’s not my music in the trailer even though it sort of sounds like “Fafa" at the beginning?):
Thank you love you bye!
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