A re-reunited Negative Approach to tour the U.S. in November

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Via Ian Christie and his excellent Bazillion Points Publishing (who put out that mammoth and essential Touch & Go book), we jut learned that Negative Approach is touring next month. Since we were all at at least one of their reunion shows, including the Spring of '07 gig at St. Andrews, now we can tell all our friends to go see them in the following venues.

November 11, Fubar St., Louis, MO
November 12, The Yeti, Tulsa, OK
November 13, Three Links, Dallas, TX
November 14, Aztec Theatre, San Antonio, TX
November 16, Siberia, New Orleans, LA
November 17, Handlebar, Pensacola, FL
November 18, Will’s Pub, Orlando, FL
November 19, Churchill’s, Miami, FL
November 20, Underbelly, Jacksonville, FL
November 21, Atlantic, Gainesville, FL
November 22, The Earl, Atlanta, GA
November 23, Strange Matter, Richmond, VA
November 24, the Pinch, Washington, DC
November 25, Funhouse, Jersey City, NJ
November 27, Headroom Stages, Brattleboro, VT
November 28, Middle East Upstairs, Boston, MA
November 29, Acheron, Brooklyn, NY



N.A. vocalist John Brannon remains one of the best people one can follow on Twitter. 



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