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Wallflowers Are ‘Glad All Over’

11:01 AM Thursday 9/20/12 |   |

Jakob Dylan & Co. announce a 22-city outing beginning in early October. Stops for The Wallflowers include Denver, Chicago, Kansas City, Dallas and Mexico City. Tickets for several shows go on sale this week.

  • The Wallflowers

    Firefly Music Festival, Dover International Speedway, Dover, Del.
    July 20, 2012

    (James P. Hendershot)

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Touring in support of their new album Glad All Over, the band launches its fall journey three days before the disc’s Oct. 9 release. The Wallflowers’ album and tour features original members Dylan, bassist Greg Richling and keyboardist Rami Jaffee along with longtime members Stuart Mathis on guitar and drummer Jack Irons.

Oct. 6 – San Antonio, Texas., Alamodome
Oct. 9 – Los Angeles, Calif., The Fonda
Oct. 13 – Mexico City, Mexico, Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez (Corona Capital Festival)
Oct. 24 – Denver, Colo., Ogden Theatre
Oct. 25 – Omaha, Neb., Slowdown
Oct. 26 – Des Moines, Iowa, Wooly's
Oct. 27 – Minneapolis, Minn., First Avenue
Oct. 29 – Madison, Wis., Majestic Theatre
Oct. 30 – Green Bay, Wis., Meyer Theatre
Oct. 31 – Milwaukee, Wis., Turner Hall Ballroom
Nov. 2 – Chicago, Ill., Park West
Nov. 3 – Royal Oak, Mich., Royal Oak Music Theatre
Nov. 4 – Columbus, Ohio, Newport Music Hall
Nov. 6 – Toronto, Ontario, Phoenix Concert Theatre
Nov. 8 – Philadelphia, Pa., Trocadero Theatre
Nov. 10 – Rahway, N.J., Union County Performing Arts Center
Nov. 11 – Huntington, N.Y., The Paramount
Nov. 13 – Homestead, Pa., Carnegie Library Music Hall
Nov. 15 – Kansas City, Mo., The Midland By AMC
Nov. 16 – Dallas, Texas, Palladium Ballroom
Nov. 17 – Winnie, Texas, Nutty Jerry’s Winnie Arena
Nov. 18 – Austin, Texas, Austin City Limits Live at The Moody Theater

If you can’t wait for October for your Wallflowers fix, the band will come to you via the magic of television. Look for The Wallflowers appearing on “Good Morning America” Oct. 1; “The Late Show With David Letterman” Oct. 5 and “The Tonight Show With Jay Leno” Oct. 8. You can also catch The Wallflowers on PBS’ “Live From The Artists Den Oct. 12.”

For more information on everything Wallflowers, click here for the band’s official website.


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