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A Simple Tour

02:51 AM Monday 7/2/07 | |

Hard-to-pin-down lo-fi rockers Akron/Family are gearing up for the release of their sophomore full length album, Love Is Simple, and have announced plans for a fall tour in two parts.

The first leg of the tour kicks off September 6 at the Magic Stick in Detroit and will make its way around the Eastern half of North America through the end of September.

Dates on the tour include Creepy Crawl in St. Louis (September 8), the Downunder Club at Florida State University in Tallahassee (September 12), the Bijou Theater in Knoxville, Tenn. (September 14), the Rock & Roll Hotel in Washington, D.C. (September 18), Lee's Palace in Toronto, O.N. (September 23), and New York's Bowery Ballroom (September 30).

The second section of the tour kicks off October 10 at Stanford University in Palo Alto, Calif., and focuses on the West Coast with three more stops in California - San Francisco, Hollywood and Big Sur - as well as shows in Vancouver, B.C.; Seattle and Portand, Ore.

Simple, which is due to hit the streets September 10, was produced by Andrew Weiss, who has worked with Ween and the Rollins Band.

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