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Drug Rugs And Doggie Bags

11:02 AM Monday 1/19/09 | |

It’s a meeting of ’60s pop-influenced tunes when Dr. Dog hits the road with colleagues Drug Rug for a February club tour of the Southern states.

Dates begin Feb. 11 in Raleigh, N.C., (Pour House Music Hall) and include Athens, Ga., (Feb. 13, Tasty World) New Orleans, (Feb. 17, One Eyed Jacks) and Tampa, Fla. (Feb. 19, The Crowbar). Things wrap up at Gravity Lounge in Charlottesville, Va., Feb. 22.

Cambridge, Mass.-based Drug Rug will then head out for a few dates of its own, taking in the 9:30 Club in Washington D.C., New York’s Mercury Lounge and The Paradise Rock Club in Boston Feb 25-27.

Drug Rug, which recently received favorable press in Spin and The New Yorker, is supporting new EP Kitchen Tapes and is to release its sophomore LP this summer.

Philadelphia-based Dr. Dog is touring behind 2008’s Fate, which garnered comparisons to such greats as The Beatles and The Beach Boys.

Comments

  1. NYGTO wrote:

    03:27 PM, Jan 19, 2009

    Dr. Dog. Great live act.



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