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Polyphonic Spree Sprouts 3rd Leg

10:01 AM Monday 3/5/12 | |

Polyphonic Spree adds leg No. 3 to its “You + Me” tour, revealing a month’s worth of tour dates beginning in May.

Touring for the first time in four years, the 21-member Dallas band has more work ahead, beginning in Fort Worth, Texas, at Lola’s May 9. Other stops include Columbia, Mo., at The Blue Note May 10; Minneapolis’ Varsity Theatre May 14; Chicago at Park West May 16; Detroit’s St. Andrew’s Hall May 17; Boston at the Paradise Rock Club May 22; and New York City’s Webster Hall May 23. Last show on the schedule is at Nashville’s Exit / In May 29.

Sweet Lee Morrow supports on all May dates. New Fumes supports on previously announced March and April dates.

Polyphonic Spree is releasing one new song at a time through the band’s own label, Good Records Recording. “Bullseye” was initially released last fall via an interactive iPad app. Since then Polyphonic Spree has released “It’s Christmas,” “Together We’re Heavy” and “What Would You Do?” Check ’em out at GoodRecordsRecordings.com.

Many shows go on sale this week. Visit ThePolyphonicSpree.com.


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