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Boxer Rebellion’s New Leg

04:01 PM Thursday 7/28/11 |   |

The multi-national band featuring members from the United States, England and Australia lays down a second leg of its North American tour.

The announcement comes just days after the release of The Boxer Rebellion’s first concert album.  Live In Tennessee features all the music performed at the group’s Oct. 12, 2010 show at the Clayton Center For the Performing Arts, which just so happens to be located in frontman Nathan Nicholson’s hometown of Maryville, Tenn. Available via the band’s website, Live In Tennessee includes four different album covers and a digital booklet.

After performing at the Corona Capital Festival in Mexico City Oct. 15 the band launches Leg No. 2 in Edmonton, Alberta, at The Starlite Room Oct. 17. Other Canada stops include Calgary, Alberta, at Republik Oct. 18 and Vancouver, British Columbia, at the Venue Oct. 20 while the last show on the current routing puts the band in Toronto at the Opera House Nov. 19.

In between it’s all about the U.S.A. Shows include Seattle as part of the City Arts Fest Oct. 21; San Francisco’s Great American Music Hall Oct. 25; Los Angeles at the El Rey Theatre Oct. 28; Denver’s Bluebird Theatre Nov. 2; Atlanta at Vinyl Nov. 11; Baltimore’s Ottobar Nov. 16; and New York at Webster Hall Nov. 18.

Canon Blue appears on all dates.

An exclusive presale, including a limited-edition tour poster and a hi-def download, began earlier this week via the band’s website. The general onsale begins Aug. 3. Check out the new video for "The Runner" and then click here for more information.

The Runner from The Boxer Rebellion on Vimeo.

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