Posted by: Cory | February 27, 2008

Kelley Stoltz @ The Rudyard Kipling – 3/20



Kelley Stoltz is coming to the Rudyard Kipling on March 20 to promote his latest Sub Pop release, Circular Sounds, released February 5th.  Stoltz is a simple and honest songwriter, who has drawn comparisons to Brian Wilson.

Like seemingly all songwriters, Kelley has a song, “Birdies Singing” from “Below the Branches“, has been used in an ad campaign….this one was for Regions Financial. 

Should be a great show & nice to see him coming to The Rud.

Kelley Stoltz – Let’s Go Out Tonight

For the complete Tour listing,

Kelley Stotlz, with The Dirtbombs

2/28 Independent – Noise Pop SAN FRANCISCO
3/17 Proud Larry’s Oxford, Mississippi
3/18 Blueberry Hill St. Louis, Missouri
3/20 Rudyard’s Louisville, Kentucky
3/21 Jakes Bloomington, Indiana
3/22 Mercy Lounge Nashville, Tennessee
3/24 Tone Cafe Memphis, Tennessee
3/25 Revolution Music Room Little Rock,AR
3/26 H.O.B. Dallas, Texas
3/27 Emo?s Austin, Texas
3/28 Rudyard’s Ranch Houston, Texas
3/29 One Eyed Jacks New Orleans, Louisiana
3/31 The Orange Peel Ashville, North Carolina
4/1 Bottle Tree Birmingham, Alabama
4/2 The Earl Atlanta, Georgia
4/3 Local 506 Chapel Hill, NC
4/4 Sonar Baltimore, Maryland
4/5 Rock and Roll Hotel Washington DC
4/6 Maxwells Hoboken, New Jersey
4/8 Cafe Nine New Haven, Connecticut
4/9 Mercury Lounge New York
4/10 Johnny Brenda’s Philly
4/11 Bowery Ballroom New York
4/12 Middle East Cambridge, Massachusetts
4/13 Cabaret Music Hall Montreal, Quebec
4/15 Babylon Ottowa, Ontario
4/16 Horseshoe Tavern Toronto, Ontario
4/18 Frankie’s Toledo, Ohio
4/19 The Blind Pig Ann Arbor, Michigan
4/21 Empty Bottle Chicago, Illinois

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