Entries tagged with: Dan Andriano
photo: Worriers at Baby's in August (more by Amanda Hatfield)
Bayside are going on a short holiday tour of the Northeast in December and the openers are pretty great: Cheap Girls, Worriers, Somos, Dan Andriano (of Alkaline Trio), Aaron West (aka Wonder Years singer Dan Campbell), Petal and more.
The tour hits NYC on 12/17 & 12/18 at Gramercy Theatre with Cheap Girls and Worriers on night 1 and Dan Andriano and Bombers on night 2. There's also an Asbury Park show on 12/22 at The Stone Pony with Aaron West and Petal. Tickets are on sale now. All dates are listed below.
Meanwhile, Worriers are on tour with Beach Slang and Petal are playing the Menzingers holiday show in Scranton. We recently posted a stream of The Wonder Years' split 7" with Motion City Soundtrack, and mentioned that Dan Andriano's Alkaline Trio bandmate Matt Skiba's other band blink-182 is playing Firefly Fest.
photo: Jeff Rosenstock at Rough Trade last week (more by Ryan Muir)
Fresh off a riotous set at the Chris Gethard Show premiere, Jeff Rosenstock has announced a co-headlining tour with Alkaline Trio co-frontman Dan Andriano's other project Dan Andriano In The Emergency Room which includes quality support from Pet Symmetry, High Dive and Spraynard. The tour hits NYC on July 31 at the Marlin Room at Webster Hall. Tickets for that show are on sale now. All dates are listed below.
Jeff produced the upcoming Dan Andriano album, Party Adjacent, which will be out July 17 via Asian Man. Pet Symmetry recently put out their debut LP. Spraynard will release their new album, Mable, on July 10 via their new home of Jade Tree Records. Jade Tree also just put out Spraynard's "Bench" 7" which you can stream below.
Revival Tour-mates (photo by daveysaurusrex)
At some point the Chuck Ragan-led Revival Tour added a 2nd NYC show, which still has tickets available, happening after the sold out first one tonight (3/30). Playing the late show is: Chuck Ragan (of Hot Water Music), Dan Andriano (of Alkaline Trio), Tommy Gabel (of Against Me!), Cory Branan, and Jenny Owen Youngs who plays Mercury Lounge earlier in the evening.
by Andrew Sacher
Hot Water Music
Chuck Ragan (of Hot Water Music) is taking The Revival Tour 2012 across the US and Canada this March and April. Like past Revival Tours, the shows feature a number of singers (usually of the punk scene) and their acoustic instruments collaborating on stage in a traditional folk music fashion. This year's tour hits NYC on March 30 at Bowery Ballroom, and in addition to Chuck Ragan, features Dan Andriano (of Alkaline Trio), Tommy Gabel (of Against Me!), and Lucero-associate Cory Branan. Tickets go on sale Saturday (2/4) at noon. The Revival tour also has ticket bundle options available with tour samplers, vinyls, posters, and more.
Nathaniel Rateliff, who released his debut album back in 2010, is on a number of the dates too, but unfortunately will not play at the Bowery Ballroom show. However, he will play in NYC one day before that show as part of the Communion-presented "Austin to Boston" tour, which kicks off at this year's SXSW in Austin. That tour hits Mercury Lounge on March 29 and also includes Ben Howard, The Staves, and Bear's Den. Tickets are on sale now.
Chuck Ragan's band Hot Water Music, who have been reunited since 2008, have announced that they're working on their first new album since the reunion and since 2004's The New What Next. They've been recording the album with Bill Stevenson (Descendents) and it should see the light of day this May on Rise Records, the label they signed to over the summer. Hot Water Music released the single "The Fire, The Steel, The Tread," b/w "Up to Nothing" in September of 2011. There's no word of whether or not these songs will appear on the new album, but you can stream them both below.
Hot Water Music have a few shows scheduled in 2012 including Bamboozle in Asbury Park, NJ and SXSW. Single day passes for 5/19 when HWM plays Bamboozle, along with The Promise Ring, A$AP Rocky, Action Bronson, and others, are on sale now. HWM doesn't have many other shows announced at the moment but maybe they'll schedule a NYC show when they're in the area for Bamboozle like The Promise Ring did.
All dates, streams, and tour fliers below...