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No Instruments? Gotta Be Straight No Chaser

02:01 PM Friday 4/29/11 | |

Straight No Chaser belts out a fall tour taking the a cappella group to places like Houston, Denver, Chicago, New York, Los Angeles and maybe even your town.

Following the group’s summer residency at Harrah’s Resort Atlantic City, Straight No Chaser launches its fall tour in Dallas at McFarlan Auditorium Oct. 14. Included in the three-month trek are stops in Houston (Oct. 15), St. Louis (Oct. 22), Milwaukee (Oct. 29), Nashville (Nov. 10), New York (Nov. 22), Chicago (Dec. 3), Seattle (Dec. 7), Los Angeles (Dec. 9) and Atlanta (Dec. 18). Last stop for the group is in Tampa at Carol Morsani Hall Dec. 23.

“This time around we will be performing new songs on a new stage – it’s the biggest production we’ve ever put together and we are so excited to share it with our fans, since they are the ones who got us here,” the group’s Randy Stine said. “Overall, fans can expect the same ten fun-loving and self-deprecating Straight No Chasers singing songs they know and love.”

The majority of shows go up May 4. Visit the group’s website for more information.


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