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Warts And All, moe. Keeps On Trucking

08:01 AM Tuesday 12/22/09 | |

After releasing nine studio albums and logging in 20 years, moe. isn’t leaving the jam band scene any time soon. To celebrate two decades worth of rocking out, moe. is doing what it does best with a U.S. tour kicking off next month.

The tour begins Jan. 22-23 with a two-night stand at Roseland Ballroom in New York and then wraps up May 28-30 at Summer Camp Music Festival at Three Sisters Park in Chillicothe, Ill.

Additional dates include House Of Blues in Boston (Jan. 29), The Fillmore in San Francisco (Feb. 25), Riviera Theatre in Chicago (March 5-6), Carolina Theatre in Greensboro, N.C. (March 11) and The Tabernacle in Atlanta (March 12-13).

The first night at Roseland Ballroom is a benefit show for World Hunger Year (WHY), a nonprofit organization that helps combat hunger and poverty around the world. The Jan. 22 show will feature moe. in addition to special guests such as The Allman Brothers Band’s Butch Trucks, Yonder Mountain String Band’s Jeff Austin and The Benevento Russo Duo’s Marco Benevento.

moe. has promised to continue supporting causes and organization the band strongly believes in throughout the year, including Headcount, Free Burma, autism awareness and other social and environmental issues.

2010’s snoe.down takes place March 26-28 at Spartan Arena in Rutlant, Vt.  The third edition of the three-day music and winter sports festival is set to feature performances by Sharon Jones & The Dap-Kings, Railroad Earth, Hot Day At The Zoo and The McLovins. A limited number of tickets are still available.

The lineup for 2010’s Summer Camp Music Festival features sets by The Avett Brothers, Umphrey’s McGee, Gov’t Mule and Younder Mountain String Band.

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