In case you haven't heard, the Von Bondies will be appearing on Late Night With David Letterman tonight, Monday, February 9th,performing the single, "Pale Bride," from the band's new album, Love Hate and Then There's You. Our review of the new disc will appear in the next issue of the paper. In the meantime, here's the schedule for the group's upcoming tour:
Fri 2/13 Toronto, ON Horseshoe Tavern
Sun 2/15 Montreal, QUE Les Saints
Mon 2/16 New York, NY Mercury Lounge
Tue 2/17 Vienna, VA Jammin Java
Wed 2/18 Philadelphia, PA The Khyber
Fri 2/20 Cleveland, OH Grog Shop
Sat 2/21 Ann Arbor, MI The Blind Pig
Sun 2/22 Toledo, OH Mickey Finns
Sun 3/8 Seattle, WA Neumos
Mon 3/9 Portland, OR Doug Fir Lounge
Tue 3/10 Victoria, BC Lucky Bar
Fri 3/13 San Francisco, CA Bottom Of The Hill
Sat 3/14 Los Angeles, CA The Roxy
Sun 3/15 Solano Beach, CA Belly Up Tavern
Fri 3/27 Columbus, OH The Basement
Sat 3/28 Detroit, MI St. Andrews Hall
Mon 3/30 Chicago, IL Schubas
By the way, here's a clip of the last time, the old, very different version of the Von Bondies were on with Dave, Paul and the crew:
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