ILL BILL Announces Tour Dates La Coka Nostra Member ILL BILL Will Debut New Material From Forthcoming Album on 40-Date National Tour with Sean Price and Others

ILL BILL Announces Tour Dates La Coka Nostra Member ILL BILL Will Debut New Material From Forthcoming Album on 40-Date National Tour with Sean Price and Others

Independent hip hop kingpin ILL BILL will embark on a 40-date national tour to celebrate the release of his sophomore solo album, The Hour of Reprisal, which will be released on September 19th, 2008 on Uncle Howie Records and Fat Beats Records.

ILL BILL will tour with Sean Price, along with other local acts. Additional select dates in Canada will be announced shortly. Says Bill, “This is my first headlining tour as a solo artist, so along with dropping the new album, this is a really exciting time for me. I’m amped about getting to hang with my army of supporters for the next couple of months and letting them hear the new record. This album was made for the stage so I can’t wait to finally unleash this new music live.”

The former Non Phixion standout and one of the organizers behind La Coka Nostra is aggressively pushing the envelope. For the release of The Hour of Reprisal, ILL BILL teamed up with not only iconic artists Raekwon the Chef, B-Real, DJ Premier but he also recruited a roster of artists untraditionally associated with hip hop releases, including Bad Brains and heavy metal kingpins, Killswitch Engage. This album marks the first time for Bill to handle most of the production. Longtime Wu-Tang Clan mix engineer Carlos Bess lent his expertise to create this milestone album. Staying true to his signature style, Bill shares his worldview on a myriad of real-life topics such as the war in Iraq, the unsettling and disturbing subject of racism, the senseless shootings at Virginia Tech University, the state execution of Stanley “Tookie” Williams and countless others.

Confirmed Tour Dates:

Thu, Sep-11 Middle East Cambridge, MA
Fri, Sep-12 North Star Bar Philadelphia, PA
Sat, Sep-13 Northern Lights Clifton Park, NY
Sun, Sep-14 Toad’s Place New Haven,
CT Tue, Sep-16 Mr. Small’s Theatre Millvale, PA
Wed, Sep-17 Uncle Pleasants Louisville, KY
Thu, Sep-18 Pop’s Sauget, IL
Fri, Sep-19 Sokol Underground Omaha, NE
Sat, Sep-20 The Marquis Theatre Denver, CO
Sun, Sep-21 Aggie Theatre Ft. Collins, CO
Mon, Sep-22 The Black Sheep Colorado Springs, CO
Wed, Sep-24 Murray Theatre Salt Lake City, UT
Fri, Sep-26 The Catalyst Santa Cruz, CA
Sat, Sep-27 Los Angeles State Historic Park Los Angeles, CA
Sun, Sep-28 The Clubhouse Tempe, AZ
Mon, Sep-29 Brick By Brick San Diego, C
Wed, Oct-01 Slim’s San Francisco, CA
Thu, Oct-02 Mazzottis Arcata, CA
Fri, Oct-03 Red Fox Tavern Eureka, CA
Sat, Oct-04 Community Commons Park Willow Creek, CA
Sun, Oct-05 WOW Hall Eugene, OR
Mon, Oct-06 Hawthorne Theatre Portland, OR
Tue, Oct-07 Knitting Factory Boise, ID
Thu, Oct-09 Icon Pocatello, ID
Fri, Oct-10 The Other Side Missoula, MT
Sat, Oct-11 The Blvd Spokane, WA
Sun, Oct-12 El Corazon Seattle, WA
Sun, Oct-19 The Aquarium Fargo, ND
Mon, Oct-20 The Cabooze Minneapolis, MN
Wed, Oct-22 Peabody’s Cleveland, OH
Thu, Oct-23 BB Kings New York, NY
Fri, Oct-24 Sonar Club Room Baltimore, MD
Sun, Oct-26 Cat’s Cradle Carrboro, NC
Mon, Oct-27 The Soapbox Wilmington, NC
Tue, Oct-28 Masquerade Atlanta, GA
Fri, Oct-31 Subterranean Chicago, IL
Sat, Nov-01 Magic Stick Detroit, MI
Sun, Nov-02 Broadway Joes Buffalo, NY

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