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A Solo Tour From Blue October’s Justin Furstenfeld

02:01 PM Friday 1/25/13 |   |

Your chance to get up close and personal with the Blue October singer/songwriter/guitarist happens this spring when Justin Furstenfeld ventures forth on a solo outing coinciding with the third-edition release of his book, “Crazy Making.”

But the April-May club tour beginning in Los Angeles in early April isn’t just Furstenfeld and his guitar.  Sure, Furstenfeld will perform at each gig, but the shows will also include spoken word, Q&As with the audience and acoustic renditions of Blue October fan-favorites.

If you missed “Crazy Making” during its first two editions, Furstenfeld’s book of lyrics includes hand-written notes, personal photographs and the lyrics for songs on all of Blue October’s albums and EPs through 2011, plus the words to several unreleased tunes.   The third edition also includes a peek into Furstenfeld’s creative process that wasn’t included in previous editions.

Here’s the tour:

April 4 – Hollywood, Calif., Hotel Café
April 5 – Santa Ana, Calif., The Observatory
April 6 – Scottsdale, Ariz., Talking Stick Resort
April 7 – Las Vegas, Nev., Vinyl @ Hard Rock Hotel
April 10 – Englewood, Colo., Gothic Theatre
April 12 – Minneapolis, Minn., Mill City Nights
April 13 – Milwaukee, Wis., Turner Hall Ballroom
April 14 – St. Louis, Mo., Old Rock House
April 15 – Springfield, Mo., Gillioz Theatre
April 17 – Tulsa, Okla., The Vanguard
April 18 – Dallas, Texas, Lakewood Theater
May 1 – New York City, N.Y., City Winery
May 2 – Cambridge, Mass., The Sinclair
May 3 – Washington, D.C., The Hamilton
May 4 – Philadelphia, Pa., Theatre Of The Living Arts
May 5 – Cleveland, Ohio, Beachland Ballroom & Tavern
May 7 – Chicago, Ill., Mayne Stage Theatre
May 8 – Chicago, Ill., Mayne Stage Theatre
May 9 – Ann Arbor, Mich., The Ark
May 13 – Cincinnati, Ohio, 20th Century Theatre
May 14 – Atlanta, Ga., Center Stage Theater
May 15 – Nashville, Tenn., 3rd & Lindsley
May 16 – Little Rock, Ark., Juanita’s Cantina Ballroom

Some shows are already on sale.  General onsales for Cambridge, Philadelphia, Cleveland, Chicago, Cincinnati, Atlanta and Nashville begin Feb. 1.  Visit BlueOctober.com for more information.


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