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Wednesday, March 03, 2010

Fun Promo Item: The Little Boots Snot Rag

Excellent. This is will come in handy on many levels. Little Boots' Hands LP was released yesterday in the U.S. via Atlantic Records. Below are her North American tour dates.

P.S. Why not revisit Chart Rigger's interview with Little Boots, where the British singer revealed such riveting details as this:
CR: You'd been in the band Dead Disco prior to taking on your own project, Little Boots. Are you in touch anymore with any of your previous bandmates?
LB: No.
Stunning.

TOUR DATES:

Mar 5 2010
Venue Vancouver, British Columbia

Mar 6 2010
Neumos Seattle, Washington

Mar 7 2010
Hawthorne Theatre Portland, Oregon

Mar 9 2010
The Fillmore Auditorium San Francisco, California

Mar 10 2010
El Rey Theatre Los Angeles, California

Mar 12 2010
The Glass House Pomona, California

Mar 13 2010
Casbah San Diego, California

Mar 26 2010
Ultra Music Festival Miami, Florida

Apr 18 2010
Coachella Festival Indio, California

Apr 22 2010
Masquerade Atlanta, Georgia

Apr 23 2010
9:30 Club Washington D.C, Washington DC

Apr 24 2010
Voyeur Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Apr 28 2010
Middle East Boston, Massachusetts

Apr 29 2010
Club Soda Montreal, Quebec

Apr 30 2010
Phoenix Theatre Toronto, Ontario

May 1 2010
Metro Chicago, Illinois

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5 Comments:

  • At 11:33 PM, Blogger Mr. Will-W. said…

    scratch toronto off that list. her show with dragonette got axed. poor ticket sales maybe?

     
  • At 2:14 AM, Blogger Paul said…

    what um a brilliant and unique promo item. what does THAT mean if you wear it in your back pocket?!?!

     
  • At 9:34 AM, Blogger rcLoy said…

    LOL at Paul's comment.

     
  • At 2:35 PM, Blogger D'luv said…

    Mr Will, interesting. Did La Roux come to Toronto at all?

    Paul, that you like booting.

    rcLoy, I know..cheeky.

     
  • At 6:50 AM, Blogger xolondon said…

    It means spanking if you wear it in your back pocket. A completely useless piece of promo that reminds me of the now-dead music biz excesses!

    I am saving my $$ for Florence and the Machine and Mumford And Sons, who both hit DC around the same time as Little Boots. She is sooooo 2009

     

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