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CLOUD CULT @ BMJ (cred)
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There’s been a lot of confusion surrounding Cloud Cult‘s current tour dates. In fact, their site still doesn’t have at least one of their upcoming NYC shows listed. Here’s their exact NYC schedule:

CLOUD CULT IN NYC | 4/17-4/21, 2006
4/17 – Knitting Factory w/ Land of Talk (MOVABLE HYPE – TONIGHT)
4/18 – Acoustic set upstairs at Piano’s w/M Shanghai String Band 7:30pm (CROSS POLLINATION)
4/21 – Arlene’s Grocery w/ the Undisputed Heavyweights 8:00pm

Check their site for the rest of the dates.

WIN TICKETS: I’ve got a pair of tickets to tonight’s Movable Hype show. The first person to email BVCONTESTS@HOTMAIL.COM with the correct answer to the following question wins them:

What is the name of the Bob Dylan song that Cloud Cult covered at BMJ, and on KEXP. Hint: this very song later surfaced as an MP3 on Yeti Don’t Dance.

Good luck. I won’t share your email address with anyone. Affiliates of Bob Dylan, Cloud Cult, KEXP and Yeti Don’t Dance are ineligible to participate or win.

Previously
The Cloud Cult fanclub (cult), 2005 lists & tickets

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