Posted in music | tour dates on September 11, 2009

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Minus The Bear @ Webster Hall (more by Chona Kasinger)
Minus The Bear

Having spent the last 4 months in Seattle's Avast! Recording Co and Electrokitty Recording studios, working on their highly anticipated fourth studio album, Minus The Bear is looking forward to debuting their new material to fans in a live setting. Produced by Grammy Award-winning producer Joe Chiccarelli (My Morning Jacket, The White Stripes), Minus the Bear will give fans a sneak peek at the ...sessions by releasing the new album's first single "Into The Mirror,"... Set for an October 27th release, the single will include b-side "Broken China" [and] ...will only be available as a special 7" and through digital music stores.
Minus The Bear will debut that new material while on the road, playing October 15th at The Gramercy along the way. New Idea Society open. Tickets are on sale. All dates below...

MINUS THE BEAR - 2009 TOUR DATES
October 5 2009 The Nightlight, Bellingham, Washington
October 6 2009 Doug Fir Lounge, Portland, Oregon
October 10 2009 Pyramid Breweries, Seattle, Washington
October 15 2009 The Gramercy Theatre, New York, New York
October 30 2009 Wow Hall, Eugene, Oregon
October 31 2009 The Boardwalk, Orangevale, California
November 1 2009 Downtown Brew (Slo Brewing Company), San Luis, California
November 2 2009 Belly Up Tavern, Solana Beach, California
November 3 2009 Glass House, Pomona, California
November 4 2009 Orpheum Theater, Flagstaff, Arizona
November 6 2009 The Door, Fort Worth, Texas
November 7 2009 Jagz, Pharr, Texas
November 8 2009 White Rabbit, San Antonio, Texas
November 10 2009 Workplay Theater, Birmingham, Alabama
November 11 2009 Firestone, Orlando, Florida
November 12 2009 40 Watt Club, Athens, Georgia
November 13 2009 Cat's Cradle, Carrboro, North Carolina
November 14 2009 The Note, West Chester, Pennsylvania
November 15 2009 The Crazy Donkey, Farmingdale, New York
November 17 2009 Westcott Theater, Syracuse, New York
November 18 2009 Port City Music Hall, Portland, Maine
November 19 2009 Pearl Street, Northampton, Massachusetts
November 20 2009 Mr. Smalls Theater, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
November 21 2009 Otto's Niteclub, DeKalb, Illinois
November 22 2009 People's Court, Des Moines, Indiana
November 23 2009 Granada Theater, Lawrence, Kansas
November 25 2009 Black Sheep, Colorado Springs, Colorado
November 27 2009 In The Venue, Salt Lake City, Utah

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Comments (13)

I can't believe they are playing The Crazy Donkey.
That place usually has washed up bands and tribute bands. When they aren't having concerts, it is a guido club.

The former lead singer of Fuel will be there as "Refueled" singing all of the hits of Fuel. Ugh.

Posted by Anonymous | September 11, 2009 2:27 PM

Saw Minus the Bear once. They bored me.

Posted by Anonymous | September 11, 2009 2:44 PM

I remember we used to toke up to MTB a few years back in college and lend each other a helping hand like only a good bro can, if you know what I mean.

Posted by Anonymous | September 11, 2009 2:59 PM

Explosions in the Sky at the Crazy Donkey last year was amazing

Posted by Anonymous | September 11, 2009 3:11 PM

Explosions in the Sky played the Crazy Donkey?! for some reason I can't picture that! I did see the Dillinger Escape Plan there a few months back, that place is pretty...weird.

Posted by Anonymous | September 11, 2009 4:01 PM

I saw Living Colour there last week.

Posted by Anonymous | September 11, 2009 6:56 PM

crazy donkey blows, but once in a while they get a good shows. explosions in the sky was great when they played there.

Posted by Anonymous | September 11, 2009 7:13 PM

With his Pulitzer Prize in biography, his boxy grey suits, his kindly Richard Kind underjaw, hollowed gaze, his website on Christian morality, his straight-arrow ethics, the journalistic establishment has awarded Jon Meacham one of the seats at the big table.

Posted by New Replica Products | September 12, 2009 10:45 AM

wtf

Posted by Anonymous | September 16, 2009 2:06 AM

the first time i saw minus the bear was in 05 and i thought they were pretty bad. then planet of ice came out and i loved it. saw them at bonnaroo in 2008 and they were amazing. really excited to see what the new stuff sounds like

Posted by Anonymous | October 2, 2009 12:50 AM

This tour schedule sucks. MTB always had a great show, but this year whoever booked them totally ruined their tour. Not one single venue on this list is worthy of the energy that MTB brings. The San Diego show especially. Belly Up tavern is a 21+ venue and the majority of Minus the Bear fans are not 21+, regardless, that is super messed up for the booking manager to book this band in a 21+ show. Every Minus The Bear show should be all ages, in order to reach out to the fans who they have in all age groups.

Posted by Anonymous | October 11, 2009 7:53 PM

Umm about the 21 plus. comment. in 2001 is when they first came out. all of them were atleast 18 at this point maybe 21. there music is for people the age they are give or take a few. the new song "into the mirror". that song cant truly be understood with out atleast being 21 or older. it s about a life someone could only have exp after 21. (at least in the way he/she talks about it) the tour reflects the direction they are going as a band. they are drinkers. they are playing in bars. They dont want to be a "idols or icon or..." (things teens adore) they want to be ROCK stars. (classic for the future) listened to by adults. living adult lives. who have a splash of wild. up your game and get a fake. either way good taste in music.

Posted by Tyler Allen | October 23, 2009 1:37 AM

Obvious troll is obvious

Posted by Anonymous | November 22, 2009 12:28 PM

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