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john
08-15-2003, 09:31 AM
Aug. 28 - Derby, UK @ Susumi (upstairs)

Sept. 4 - Birmingham, UK @ The Rainbow

Sept. 6 - Glasgow, Scotland @ Hyndland Church

Oct. 23 - Chicago, IL @ Abbey Pub (with Broadcast)

Nov. 1 - Portland, OR @ Alladin Theatre (with Broadcast)

Nov. 4 - San Francisco, CA @ Bimbo's (with Broadcast)

Nov. 5 - Los Angeles, CA @ Troubadour (with Broadcast)

Nov. 7 - San Diego, CA @ Casbah (with Broadcast)

Nov. 14 - Atlanta, GA @ Echo Lounge (with Broadcast)

Nov. 19 - Philadelphia, PA @ TBA (with Broadcast and Manitoba)

Nov. 20 - New York City @ Bowery Ballroom (with Broadcast)

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Jeremy is also going to be playing drums for Broadcast on their North American and European tours. :D

nervesandgel
08-16-2003, 01:46 AM
i heard broadcast was suppose to play in denver sometime in late october, anyword on that show, because i would love to see "hawk and hacksaw" live!

john
08-16-2003, 10:31 PM
Originally posted by nervesandgel
i heard broadcast was suppose to play in denver sometime in late october, anyword on that show, because i would love to see "hawk and hacksaw" live!

Right on, here are the complete Broadcast tour dates with Jeremy playing drums. A Hawk and A Hacksaw are only listed as opening eight of the shows, but it looks like some of the shows (i.e. - Denver) don't have opening bands filled in yet, so maybe he might be able to do a few more. I'll post an update if I find out he is opening at any of the other shows.

Mirsathia
08-16-2003, 10:42 PM
Um, heh.. silly question, but..

Does the Philadelphia TBA mean "to be announced," or is it a place that they're actually playing? :D

Sorry, I took some stupid pills today, hee.

john
08-16-2003, 10:45 PM
Broadcast tour dates:

September

21st Les Nuits Botanique Belgium TBA

22nd Paradiso [upstairs] Amsterdam TBA

23rd Rotterdam venue TBC

24th Kalkscheune Berlin TBA

25th Echo Chamber Hamburg TBA

26th Gebaude / Studio 672 Koln TBA

27th Osospheres Festival Strasbourg TBA

29th Café de la Danse Paris TBA

30th Back to England



October

16th South Paw Brooklyn

17th Lion D'Or Montreal Fly Pan Am support TBC

18th Lee's Palace Toronto Fly Pan Am support TBC

20th Magic Stick Detroit support Iron and Wine

21st Wexner Centre Columbus support Iron and Wine

22nd Grog Shop Cleveland support Iron and Wine

23rd Abbey Pub Chicago support Iron and Wine plus Hawk and a Hacksaw

24th 400 Bar Minneapolis support Iron and Wine

25th Bottleneck Lawrence support Iron and Wine

26th Bluebird Theatre Denver support TBC

27th Liquid Joes Salt Lake City support TBC

30th Richards on Richards Vancouver; support TBC

31st Chop Suey Seattle - Electrelane support



November

1st Alladin Theatre Portland Electrelane support plus Hawk and a Hacksaw

4th Bimbos San Francisco Electrelane support plus Hawk and a Hacksaw

5th Troubadour Los Angeles Electrelane support plus Hawk and a Hacksaw

6th Troubadour Los Angeles support TBC plus Midnight Movies

7th Casbah San Diego Electrelane support plus Hawk and a Hacksaw

8th Nittas Hideaway Phoenix support TBC

10th Rubber Gloves Denton support TBC

11th Mercury Austin Manitoba support

12th TXF at Cats Houston Mantitoba support

13th House of Blues / Parish New Orleans Manitoba support

14th Echo Lounge Atlanta Manitoba support plus Hawk and a Hacksaw

15th Orange Peel Asheville Manitoba support

16th Cats Cradle Carrboro Manitoba support

18th Black Cat Washington DC Manitoba support

19th Philly Manitoba support plus Hawk and a Hacksaw

20th Bowery Ballroom NYC Manitoba support plus Hawk and a Hacksaw

21st Bowery Ballroom NYC support TBC

22nd Paradise Boston Manitoba support

john
08-16-2003, 10:50 PM
Originally posted by MirsathiaDoes the Philadelphia TBA mean "to be announced," or is it a place that they're actually playing? :D


It means "to be announced", but I'm still trying to figure out what TBC stands for on the schedule. Thanks everybody, john

nervesandgel
08-17-2003, 02:43 AM
Originally posted by john

Originally posted by nervesandgel
i heard broadcast was suppose to play in denver sometime in late october, anyword on that show, because i would love to see "hawk and hacksaw" live!

Right on, here are the complete Broadcast tour dates with Jeremy playing drums. A Hawk and A Hacksaw are only listed as opening eight of the shows, but it looks like some of the shows (i.e. - Denver) don't have opening bands filled in yet, so maybe he might be able to do a few more. I'll post an update if I find out he is opening at any of the other shows.

thanks
i think my friend's band (the maybellines) may be playing the show in denver, but the bluebird usally has a local band and then the 2 touring bands. so we'll see, it would be great to see his stuff live.

fiftyfivesongs
08-17-2003, 07:40 AM
17th Lion D'Or Montreal Fly Pan Am support TBC !!!!!

HOT DAMN!
This is will an amazing show. I haven't seen Fly Pam Am for a while and they LIVE HERE in Montreal.

If y'alls need any help with this show, I'd be glad to help. I'm sure its all taken care of though. Lion D'Or is a really nice venue although not too many shows happen there. I think the rent for that place is fairly expensive.

large marge
08-17-2003, 08:57 AM
TBC = to be confirmed

john
10-10-2003, 09:21 AM
Hi, I just wrote Jeremy and he said that the European leg of the tour went well. I just wanted to bump up the tourdates because they are going to be coming to America next week. Alright!

William
10-10-2003, 09:53 AM
Theres something in Stuart Murdoch's diary thing on the Belle & Sebastian site about seeing A Hawk and A Hacksaw..

"There was three acts on the bill. Jeremy Barnes, previously of Neutral Milk Hotel, who played an interesting one-man-band Jewish wedding-band-vibe set. Well received, reminded me of the Wedding Present's Ukranian experiments. (Sorry that's my benchmark, I'm ignorant)."

erasmus
10-10-2003, 10:14 PM
that person would be me.

i feel bad now :(

perhaps i could repay you somehow at the show?

john
11-03-2003, 08:20 PM
Unfortunately I have to pass along the news that the show at the Troubadour in Los Angeles on Nov. 5th has been cancelled. Broadcast are still playing at the Troubadour the following night, but with other bands opening instead of A Hawk and A Hacksaw. The rest of the shows are still on track but I don't think he could get in on any other dates (Vancouver, etc.) I'm so excited to see Jeremy in Atlanta!

john
11-05-2003, 10:12 AM
Originally posted by s
My last post....was delated? How come?
:(

I'm not sure, probably a wierd internet trip-up or something. Maybe try to post it again?