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Rock The Bells In The Club

01:01 PM Wednesday 7/20/11 |   |

Raekwon, Ghostface, Mobb Depp and Black Star will be making the rounds to intimate venues across the U.S. over the next few months as part of the Rock The Bells Presents Club & Theatre Series Tour.

The tour, which was announced as an alliance between Guerilla Union and House Of Blues, is scheduled around the late August-early September Rock The Bells festival tour. The majority of the Club & Theatre Series gigs take place at House Of Blues venues.

The first set of dates features Wu-Tang Clan members Raekwon and Ghostface performing Raekwon’s solo debut album, 1995’s Only Built For Cuban Linx. Mobb Deep will play its 1995 release, The Infamous.

  • Raekwon

    Cat's Cradle, Carrboro, N.C.
    December 6, 2009

    (John Darwin Kurc)

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House Of Blues shows include New Orleans (Aug. 12); Houston (Aug. 13); Dallas (Aug. 14); San Diego (Aug. 21); Las Vegas (Aug. 22); Cleveland (Sept. 8); and Myrtle Beach, S.C. (Sept. 16).

Additional stops include Philadelphia at Theatre Of The Living Arts (Aug. 16); Indianapolis at Egyptian Room (Aug. 30); Cincinnati at Bogart’s (Aug. 31); Detroit at St. Andrews Hall (Sept. 1); Fillmore Miami Beach in Florida (Sept. 13); Atlanta at The Tabernacle (Sept. 15); and Fillmore Charlotte in North Carolina (Sept. 17).

The next leg of the tour features Black Star performing the duo’s 1998 album, Mos Def & Talib Kweli Are Black Star.

Mos Def and Talib Kweli will hit up the following House Of Blues venues: New Orleans (Sept. 6); Dallas (Sept. 7); Houston (Sept. 8); Las Vegas (Sept. 13); Cleveland (Sept. 22); Chicago (Sept. 23); San Diego (Sept. 25); and North Myrtle Beach, S.C. (Oct. 1).

  • Talib Kweli

    Showbox At The Market, Seattle, Wash.
    March 30, 2011

    (David Conger / DavidConger.com)

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The duo will also play Philadelphia’s Theatre Of The Living Arts (Sept. 11); Indianapolis’ Egyptian Room (Sept. 16); Cincinnati’s Bogart’s (Sept. 17); The Fillmore in Washington, D.C. (Sept. 18); Detroit’s Andrew’s Hall (Sept. 21); The Fillmore in Miami (Sept. 27); Atlanta’s The Tabernacle (Sept. 28); and Fillmore Charlotte in North Carolina (Sept. 29).

Tickets for Raekwon, Ghostface and Mobb Deep dates are on sale now. Tickets for the Black Star shows go on sale Friday at 10 a.m. local time via LiveNation.com.

All of the acts on the Rock The Bells Presents Club & Theatre Series can also be found at the first three dates of this year’s Rock The Bells festival.

The festival is scheduled for Aug. 20 in Devore, Calif., Aug. 27 in Mountain View, Calif., Sept. 3 in New York; and Sept. 10 in Boston. The 2011 lineup also includes Ms. Lauryn Hill, Nas, Cypress Hill and Erykah Badu.

For more information, click here for Rock The Bells’ website.


Comments

  1. hoofhearted wrote:

    10:39 AM, Jul 24, 2011

    Apparently only whites can be racist.  Regardless if your name is Ghost Killah....

  2. peterpiper wrote:

    05:20 PM, Jul 22, 2011

    Hoofhearted,

    You forgot the classic 'I have lots of black friends, so I can't be racist' line.

  3. hoofhearted wrote:

    03:22 PM, Jul 22, 2011

    Ha! This is awesome!  You point out the obvious racism in a guy with the name "Ghostface Killah" or a another artist who makes racist comments and because you point out their racism, it automatically makes you racist?  That's award winning ignorance right there!  I suppose if you don't support Obama you're racist too eh?  What's funny is I meet ignorant thugs all the time and nobody has the balls to say this up front to me.  In fact, most people in this country agree with me!  It's a fact.  You morons sound like Al Sharpton and that's pathetic!

  4. peterpiper wrote:

    03:01 PM, Jul 22, 2011

    "But I shot a man in Reno,

    Just to watch him die," Johnny Cash

    "I took a shot of cocaine and I shot my woman down

    I went right home and I went to bed I stuck that lovin' 44 beneath my head" Johnny Cash

    Goddamn these singers with these violent lyrics which promote drug taking!

  5. JohnnyCotts wrote:

    02:45 PM, Jul 22, 2011

    It's extremely entertaining to see racists call others ignorant.  Apparently racists don't know what irony is.  

  6. DeltaSigChi4 wrote:

    02:22 AM, Jul 22, 2011

    If you do not like the genre, do not *** go to the *** shows. Goddamn. Racist-assed imbeciles having no points to make so they accuse others -- falsely -- of being racists.

    Go away.

    E

  7. BlakNo1 wrote:

    08:42 PM, Jul 21, 2011

    Racist troll is racist and you didn't debunk ***. Coward.

  8. hoofhearted wrote:

    02:09 PM, Jul 21, 2011

    Hey Blak, again, more ignorance.  I guess it's from Snopes so it must be true huh?  And didn't I already debunk your stupid theory?  The woman came out and said she makes music for black people.  But if Coldplay came out and said they made music for white people, it would be racist right?  You are unintelligent, uneducated and hypocritical.  I guess only white people are racist right?  Maybe you should be the one with an extra pair of undies big guy.  You're easily owned.

  9. hoofhearted wrote:

    02:06 PM, Jul 21, 2011

    Hmm, really genius?  I guess "ghostface killah" is mean to kill real ghosts huh?  You're a blind moron!  And I love your stupid theory.  I say it's because I'm "afraid" of a darker color?  Bury your head in the sand fool.  Your theories hold no water and when you can shoot the junk off a gnat, what are you really afraid of?  Not much tough guy!

  10. BlakNo1 wrote:

    12:36 PM, Jul 21, 2011

    BTW, hoofhearted is a LIAR who likes to spread LIES.

    www.snopes.com/.../lauryn.asp

  11. BlakNo1 wrote:

    12:35 PM, Jul 21, 2011

    You'd better pack an extra pair of undies when you go out today, hoofy. A non-white person might look at you funny!! Coward.

  12. hoofhearted wrote:

    11:32 AM, Jul 21, 2011

    AKA - Kill whitey tour.