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Fountains Of Wayne Dates Flow

10:01 AM Wednesday 9/15/10 | |

Fountains Of Wayne schedules a short tour beginning on the West Coast, giving fans a taste of the band’s upcoming album.

It’s been three years since Fountains of Wayne released their last studio album, the acclaimed Traffic And Weather. A new album is scheduled to drop in early 2011, but fans can get a generous dose of new material on a short tour beginning at the end of this month.

The road trip begins Sept. 30 in San Diego at The Casbah, plays West Hollywood’s Troubadour Oct. 1 and stops at San Francisco’s Hardly Strictly Bluegrass Festival Oct. 2.

Two days later FOW lands on the East Coast, playing Alexandria, Va., at The Birchmere Oct. 4-5; NYC’s Bowery Ballroom Oct. 7; Boston’s Paradise Oct. 8 and Pearl Street in Northampton, Mass., Oct. 9.

Last three dates on the current schedule are Oct. 12 in Pennsylvania at Sellersville Theatre; Oct. 13 in Pawtucket, R.I., at Met Café and Oct. 14 in Portland, Maine, at Port City Music Hall.

  • Fountains Of Wayne

    Guitarist Jody Porter gets intense during Fountains of Wayne's gig at San Diego's Cox Arena.
    November 9, 2003

    (Paul Parks)

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Marshall Crenshaw and Jill Sobule open on select dates. For more information, click here for the Fountains Of Wayne website.


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