Citizen Cope Three Full Band Dates – End of December

Citizen Cope Three Full Band Dates – End of December

Cope and the band will be hitting DC, Baltimore and Philly at the end
of December. Tickets are on presale now through Cope’s ticketing site
http://www.citizencope.tickets .musictoday.com/CitizenCope /calendar.aspx
. To purchase tickets you will need the password “cope” (case
sensitive).

Thursday, December 27 – 9:30 Club – Washington, DC
Friday, December 28 – Ram’s Head Live – Baltimore, MD
Saturday, December 29 – The Electric Factory – Philadelphia, PA

Scroll through the tour dates section for a more complete listing of
these shows.

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Tour Dates – November and December

Wednesday, November 7 – Solo Acoustic Show
Lincoln Theatre
200 Bloomfield Avenue
West Hartford, CT
860-582-5844
7:30pm Doors
All Ages
Purchase tickets starting tomorrow at:
http://www.citizencope.tickets .musictoday.com/CitizenCope /calendar.aspx
You will need the password “cope” (case sensitive).
For more information: http://harttweb.hartford.edu /about-facilities-lincoln.htm

Thursday, November 8 – Solo Acoustic Show
Paramount Center For The Arts
1008 Brown Street
Peekskill, NY 10566
914-736-9585
6:30pm Doors
All Ages
Purchase tickets starting tomorrow at:
http://www.citizencope.tickets .musictoday.com/CitizenCope /calendar.aspx
You will need the password “cope” (case sensitive).
For more information: http://www.paramountcenter.org /

Wednesday, November 14 – Two Solo Acoustic Shows are SOLD OUT!
Tin Angel
20 South Second Street
Philadelphia, PA 19147

Saturday, November 17 – Solo Acoustic Show
Bearsville Theatre
291 Ticker Street
Woodstock, NY
845-679-4406
All Ages
8:00pm (Doors)
Stay tuned to http://citizencope.com for ticket info.
For more information: http://www.bearsvilletheater .com/

Thursday, December 27 – Full Band Show
9:30 Club
815 ‘V’ Street NW
Washington, DC 20001
202-265-0930
All Ages
7:30pm Doors
Purchase tickets at: http://www.citizencope.tickets .musictoday.com .
You will need the password “cope” (case sensitive).
For more information: http://www.930.com/fs.php?x =1024&ba=IE&bv=6.0&bp=Win

Friday, December 28 – Full Band Show
Ram’s Head Live
20 Market Place
Baltimore, MD 21202
All Ages
8pm Doors
Purchase tickets at: http://www.citizencope.tickets .musictoday.com .
You will need the password “cope” (case sensitive).
For more information: http://www.ramsheadlive.com/

Saturday, December 29 – Full Band Show
The Electric Factory
421 North 7th Street
Philadelphia, PA 19107
215-627-1332
All Ages
7:30pm Doors
Purchase tickets at: http://www.citizencope.tickets .musictoday.com .
You will need the password “cope” (case sensitive).
For more information: http://www.livenation.com/

Bonde Do Role to tour North America

BONDE DO ROLE TO TOUR NORTH AMERICA IN SUPPORT OF THEIR DEBUT LP, WITH LASERS, OUT NOW ON DOMINO RECORDS

Bonde Do Role, the riotous funk carioca trio from Curitiba, Brazil are taking their incendiary live show on the road for an extensive tour of North America this fall. The group, comprised of MC’s Marina Vello, Pedro D’Eyrot, and DJ/producer Rodrigo Gorky, are quickly becoming synonymous with the rising baile funk movement garnering attention from outside of Brazil. Most recently opening for CSS and Diplo, these headlining dates will surely incite any audience into a frenzy.

More info on Bonde Do Role:
Since forming two years ago and signing to Diplo’s Mad Decent label in 2006 – with the ‘Melo Do Tabaco EP’ prompting some big waves and little earthquakes among Very Cool People – they’ve teamed up with Domino for ‘Å With Lasers’, a debut album which bangs through 13 songs in half an hour. It is not exactly an album which beats around the bush. Nor do the band’s members pull their punches. “Bonde Do Role is the ultimate, stupid party,” Marina announces, defiantly. “It’s not music which is there to make you want to break something.”

Press on With Lasers:
“Bonde Do Role is taking the world by storm with their filthy Paulista funk. In the process, they might just re-draw the map of Brazil.” – THE FADER

“Their “Gasolina” (not the Daddy Yankee song), with deadpan women’s voices turning “Afrika Bambaataa” into a percussive hook, ought to have dance floors everywhere chanting, “Boom-cha-cha, chicky chicky cha.” – NEW YORK TIMES

“A mutant strain of baile funk – a whiplash-inducing mix of Miami bass, samba drums, Alice in Chains riffs, and lascivious rapping that originally hails from the favelas (shantytowns) of Rio de Janeiro.” – SPIN

Tour dates:
9/11/07 WASHINGTON, DC BLACK CAT
9/12/07 BALTIMORE, MD SONAR
9/13/07 PHILADELPHIA, PA JOHNNY BRENDA’S
9/14/07 NEW YORK, NY THE POWERHOUSE @ American Museum of Natural History
9/15/07 BROOKLYN, NY TBA
9/17/07 ALLSTON, MA HARPERS FERRY
9/18/07 MONTREAL, PQ LA SALA ROSSA
9/19/07 TORONTO, ON CABARET
9/20/07 DETROIT, MI MAGIC STICK
9/21/07 CHICAGO, IL EMPTY BOTTLE
9/22/07 MINNEAPOLIS, MN TRIPLE ROCK CLUB
9/25/07 VANCOUVER, BC RICHARDS ON RICHARDS
9/26/07 SEATTLE, WA NEUMOS
9/27/07 PORTLAND, OR HOLOCENE
9/28/07 SAN FRANCISCO, CA THE INDEPENDENT
9/29/07 LOS ANGELES, CA ECHOPLEX
10/1/07 SAN DIEGO, CA CASBAH
10/2/07 TUCSON, AZ PLUSH
10/4/07 AUSTIN, TX EMOS JR
10/5/07 DALLAS, TX PALLADIUM LOFT
10/6/07 BATON ROUGE, LA SPANISH MOON
10/8/07 TALLAHASSEE, FL BETA BAR
10/9/07 GAINESVILLE, FL COMMON GROUNDS
10/10/07 JACKSONVILLE, FL TSI
10/11/07 ORLANDO, FL THE CLUB AT FIRESTONE
10/12/07 ATLANTA, GA MJQ CONCOURSE
10/13/07 CHAPEL HILL, NC LOCAL 506