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Sunday, September 05, 2010

James

New Album Tour Underway
Someone You Already Know


JAMES has returned - The Mancunian band that won their fame by crafting the naughty song "Laid" (which as we know, spoke to millions) is back. James toured prolifically in the early 2000s but had broken up after the release of 2008's Hey Ma. The band reformed just this year and released what they are calling two mini, sister albums: The Night Before & The Morning After. As it turns out, James has a whole lot of music left in them. Let's hope other people see it too...


Sep 20 - Fort Lauderdale, FL
Culture Room
Sep 21 - Orlando, FL
House of Blues
Sep 22 - Atlanta, GA
Variety Playhouse
Sep 24 - Philadelphia, PA
The Trocadero Theater
Sep 25 - Boston, MA
Paradise Rock Club
Sep 27 - Washington, DC
9:30 Club
Sep 28 - New York, NY
Webster Hall
Sep 30 - Toronto, Ontario
Queen Elizabeth Theater
Oct 1 - Royal Oak, MI
Royal Oak Music Theater
Oct 2 - Chicago, IL
The Vic Theatre
Oct 4 - Denver, CO
Bluebird Theater
Oct 5 - Salt Lake City, UT
The Complex
Oct 7 - Vancouver, BC
Commodore Ballroom
Oct 8 - Portland, OR
Wonder Ballroom
Oct 9 - Seattle, WA
Showbox at the Market
Oct 11 - San Francisco, CA
The Regency Ballroom
Oct 12 - Anaheim, CA
House of Blues
Oct 13 - Los Angeles, CA
The Music Box
Oct 16 - Mexico City, Mexico
Autódromo Hermanos
Oct 18- Jalisco, Mexico
Teatro Diana Guadalajara
Oct 19 - Neuvo León, Mexico
Auditorio Banamex

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2 comments:

JaneInMA said...

I thought this tour might be nice but I was 100% repulsed when James decided to sell VIP packages at more than double the standard ticket price even for GA venues.
So unless you paid over $60 per person for James at the Paradise do not expect to get near the front.
Selling out like this really turns me off this band. when you start abusing your fans for every last penny in their wallet you really should be giving up the game.

kickedbyanangel.com said...

Actually, they broke up after the release of "Pleased To Meet You" in 2001 and RE-formed to release "Hey Ma".

I think maybe the high ticket prices have something to do with the newly renovated Paradise and their attempt to make more money on VIP packages and imagine the band doesn't have a whole lot to do with it.

I highly recommend seeing these guys live if you never have. They never disappoint.