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Soul Asylum, Fountains Of Wayne Plot October Run

11:01 AM Tuesday 8/6/13 |   |

Playing shows on the East Coast and in the Midwest, Soul Asylum, Fountains Of Wayne and Lemonheads’ Evan Dando will rack up the millage beginning in late September in Boston.  Destinations include New York, Pittsburgh and Chicago.

Although Soul Asylum’s upcoming album won’t be released until early 2014, the band plans to fill the void between now and then by releasing a series of EPs. Already available is no fun intended, an EP showcasing the band running through some of its favorite covers by Joy Division, MC5 and Suicide Commandos.

“We choose ‘Attacking The Beat’ from The Suicide Commandos because the band is legendary in the Minneapolis music scene,” Dave Pirner said. “Guitarist/singer Chris Osgood taught me my first Ramones’ chords and is a huge inspiration on all of us.”

The band also covers Joy Division’s “Love Will Tear Us Apart” which Pirner described as “one of the greatest songs ever written” and the MC5’s “Shakin’ Street.”

“MC5 were such a pivotal band in the inception of punk music, they stood for everything I believed in growing up and still believe in today, rock ’n’ roll music can be an agent of change.”

Currently playing the 1992 platinum-certified Grave Dancers Union from start to finish on the “LP Tour” with Big Head Todd & the Monsters, The Wailers and Matthew Sweet, Soul Asylum will appear with FOW on a few non-LP shows September.  The fall run with FOW and Dando begins Sept. 30 in Beantown.  Here’s the schedule:

Sept. 30 – Boston, Mass., Paradise Rock Club
Oct. 1 – New Brunswick, N.J., State Theatre
Oct. 2 – Port Chester, N.Y., The Capitol Theatre
Oct. 5 – New York, N.Y., Webster Hall
Oct. 6 – Ardmore, Pa., Ardmore Music Hall
Oct. 8 – Pittsburgh, Pa., The Altar Bar
Oct. 9 – Washington, D.C., 9:30 Club
Oct. 11 – Bethlehem, Pa., Sands Bethlehem Event Center
Oct. 12 – Derry, N.H., Stockbridge Theatre
Oct. 14 – Buffalo, N.Y., The Tralf Music Hall
Oct. 15 – Rochester, N.Y., Water Street Music Hall
Oct. 17 – Indianapolis, Ind., The Vogue
Oct. 18 – Chicago, Ill., Vic Theatre
Oct. 19 – Minneapolis, Minn., First Avenue

Some markets go on sale this week. For more information, click here for Soul Asylum’s web home, here for Fountains Of Wayne’s website and here for Evan Dando’s digital domicile.


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