Posted in music | pictures | tour dates on November 12, 2008

Photos by Kyle Dean Reinford

Bishop Allen

I've never been super in to Bishop Allen, but what I saw of them at Fun Fun Fun Fest was pretty good. And if the fact that they recently added a 2nd show at Music Hall of Williamsburg in Brooklyn is any indication, I'd say they're also doing pretty good. Tickets are on sale for both November shows. All dates, and more pictures, below...

Bishop Allen

Bishop Allen

Bishop Allen

Bishop Allen

Bishop Allen

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Bishop Allen - 2008 Tour Dates
Nov 11 - ECHO L.A., California
Nov 12 - INDEPENDENT S.F., California
Nov 14 - KILBY COURT Salt Lake City, Utah
Nov 15 - HI DIVE Denver, Colorado
Nov 16 - M-SHOP Ames, Iowa
Nov 17 - SUBTERRANEAN Chicago, Illinois
Nov 18 - Cinemat Bloomington, Indiana
Nov 19 - HORN GALLERY @ Kenyon College Gambier, Ohio
Nov 20 - MIDDLE EAST [D] Cambridge, Massachusetts
Nov 21 - OLDE CLUB Swarthmore, Pennsylvania
Nov 22 - MUSIC HALL OF WILLIAMSBURG // 18+ Brooklyn, New York
Nov 23 - MUSIC HALL OF WILLIAMSBURG // 16+ Brooklyn, New York

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Comments (2)

2nd show at mhow might also be because of their small guest spot at nick and norah's playlist (nick's band opens for them at arlene's grocery),

Posted by Anonymous | November 12, 2008 12:13 AM

Why no reviews of Bishop Allen at MHOW? The show was fabulous. Band was tight (musically), loose (personally), did some great-sounding new songs, a few songs from Broken String, and a couple oldies (well, one anyway). The crowd, at least in front, was enthusiastic and singing along. My first time at the venue-- I like it a lot.

Meanwhile, Drink Up Buttercup was not the worst opener in the history of music-- but they are certainly in the running for that honor. I would sooner drink gasoline than hear them again. Wish I had shown up at 11 PM instead of 9. Oh, and Buttercup's stunt of coming down to the floor and getting everyone into a drum-circle singalong? Lame. Whose idea was it to drag these clowns from Philly to Brooklyn? Bah.

Posted by davez | November 23, 2008 8:14 PM

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