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Sugar Ray Sweetens The Summer Touring Scene

11:01 AM Wednesday 5/6/09 | |

It’s been a while since Mark McGrath and Co. have done a night-after-night, city-after-city tour, choosing instead to play scattered dates over the past few years.

  • Sugar Ray

    Sugar Ray's Mark McGrath makes the most of his time in the Wango Tango sun at Pasadena's Rose Bowl.
    May 17, 2003

    (AP Photo)

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Sugar Ray is hitting the road in support of its forthcoming album Music for Cougars. The first single from the album – “Boardwalk" – was released this week and now it’s time to talk summer tour.

First of all, it’s a long tour – starting July 24 at the Dakota Magic Casino in Hankinson, N.D., and wrapping up in San Diego at the Hard Rock on September 26.

In between the band plays a July 25 gig in Lac Du Flambeau, Wis., at the Taste of the Torches Resort. July 26 puts the band in Chicago for the Taste of Lincoln Avenue festival and July 29 lands them in Cleveland at the House of Blues.

August stops include Boston at the Paradise on the 4th; Atlanta at the Loft on the 12th; St. Petersburg at Jannus Landing on the 16th and Houston on the 22nd at House of Blues.

September shows include Seattle on the 11th at the Showbox; San Francisco on the 15th at Grand Ballroom; Tucson on the 22nd at Rialto Theatre and Las Vegas on the 25th at the House of Blues.

Other stops include Albany, NYC, DC, Orlando, Santa Cruz and Baltimore. As mentioned, this is a real road-trip kind of outing.

You want more info about Sugar Ray’s tour and album? It’s as easy as clicking here for the band’s Web site.


Comments

  1. Chingower wrote:

    05:07 PM, May 06, 2009

    I love the title of the record because women in their 30-40's rules, and that's what they are aiming for, since those were the 21 somethings in college dancing to this crap.

    This would be a funny show to go to.



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