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Sparks Fires Up A Tour

02:01 PM Tuesday 7/30/13 | |

Mael brothers Ron and Russell will hit venues in the U.S. and Canada this fall.  Sparks’ “The Revenge Of Two Hands One Mouth Tour’ begins in Atlanta in late October and includes shows in New York, Boston and Montreal before wrapping on the West Coast in November.

Proudly boasting “no band and no computers,” the brothers are describing the upcoming outing as featuring new sets with material drawn from the group’s incredibly deep catalog.

“For those who saw the tour in its first incarnation, we promise to keep the intensity up, the two-hands, one mouthiness up, the no computeriness up, and also perform a bunch of tunes not played on the original tour,” Russell Mael said.

Oct. 23 – Atlanta, Ga., Variety Playhouse
Oct. 25 – Asheville, N.C., Various Venues (Mountain Oasis Electronic Music Summit)
Oct. 27 – Washington, D.C., 9:30 Club
Oct. 28 – New York, N.Y., Webster Hall
Oct. 30 – Boston, Mass.,  Brighton Music Hall
Nov. 1 – Montreal, Quebec, Le National
Nov. 2 – Toronto, Ontario, Lee's Palace
Nov. 4 – Pontiac, Mich., Crofoot Ballroom
Nov. 6 – Chicago, Ill., Lincoln Hall
Nov. 7 – Chicago, Ill., Lincoln Hall
Nov. 11 – Los Angeles, Calif., The Fonda

  • Sparks

    Art popster Ron Mael of Sparks stretches out during the band's performance in San Francisco at The Independent .
    April 9, 2004

    (Marcy Guiragossian)

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