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Vancouver, British Columbia hard rock band NEUROSONIC have scheduled the following signing sessions (note: each appearance will also include a short acoustic performance):
Feb. 25 - FYE (3222 M St. NW) - Washington, DC at 6:00pm
Feb. 26 - FYE (10101 Brook Rd.) - Glen Allen, VA at 5:30pm
Feb. 27 - FYE (4200 Portsmouth Blvd.) - Chesapeake, VA at 5:30pm
NEUROSONIC is currently on the road in North America as the support act for PUDDLE OF MUDD.
Canada's NEUROSONIC will be touring the US and Canada in direct support of PUDDLE OF MUDD from January 29th to March 8th. Dates are as follows:
29 - Slim’s - San Franciso, California
31 - Roseland Theater - Portland, Oregon
1 - The Big Easy Concert Hall - Spokane, Washington
2 - El Corazon - Seattle, Washington
3 - Commodore Ballroom - Vancouver, British Columbia
5 - Rock City - Grand Prairie, Alberta
7 - The Backalley - Calgary, Alberta
8 - Jet - Edmonton, Alberta
9 - The Drink - Regina, Saskatchewan
11 - My Bar (Canada Inn-Transcona) - Winnipeg, Manitoba
12 - Playmaker’s - Fargo, North Dakota
14 - Majestic Theatre - Madison, Wisconsin
15 - Emerald Theatre - Detroit, Michigan
16 - The Machine Shop - Flint, Michigan
17 - Mr Smalls Theatre - Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
19 - Phoenix Concert Theatre - Toronto, Ontario
20 - Magic City Music Hall - Johnson City, New York
21 - The Station - Portland, Maine
22 - Webster Theatre - Hartford, Connecticut
23 - House of Blues - Atlantic City, New Jersey
25 - Club Washington D.C. - Washington DC
26 - The National - Richmond, Virginia
27 - The Norva - Norfolk, Virginia
29 - Hooligan’s - Jacksonville, North Carolina
1 - Jester’s Pub - Fayetteville, North Carolina
2 - Tremont Music Hall - Charlotte, North Carolina
4 - Club La Vela - Panama City Beach, Florida
6 - Riverdome Horseshoe Hotel & Casino - Bossier City, Louisiana
7 - House of Blues - Dallas, Texas
8 - Diamond Ballroom - Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Vocalist Jason Darr of the Vancouver, British Columbia hard rock band NEUROSONIC has issued a statement in response to media reports that he was recently slapped with a cease-and-desist order by FALL OUT BOY frontman Pete Wentz over the lyrics to the NEUROSONIC song "So Many People".
Stated Darr: "Anyone silly enough to believe I was serious about the comment I made at my [NEUROSONIC's] New York City Knitting Factory performance has no sense of humor. Before we played our song 'So Many People' I joked that Pete Wentz had taken out a cease-and-desist for the song because my lyrics are all about Ashlee Simpson's [Wentz's girlfriend] 'Saturday Night Live' debacle as well as celebrity culture. The song is not new… I wrote it three years ago…I wrote the music and had the initial lyrics right after the 'Saturday Night Live' debacle in October 2004, and completed the song right after Ashlee was given the Billboard award [December 2004]. 'So Many People' is on our album 'Drama Queen', which was released by our label Bodog Music in January 2007. The song is tongue-in-cheek and it was mostly meant to blow off steam about a subject that is laughable at best… It is not meant to be malicious. I do mean every word of the song though, so you can take it or leave it. It's only rock 'n' roll."
NEUROSONIC's single "So Many People" is currently #29 at Active Rock and the video recently beat out established bands like the FOO FIGHTERS on Fuse TV's "Oven Fresh".
The Vancouver-based band has been playing the song live for over a year, including on the main stage at Family Values Tour 2007.
NEUROSONIC just finished up a U.S. tour this week and will go back on the road in January 2008.
Canada's NEUROSONIC have issued the following announcement:
"Neurosonic at Remington's Downtown in Springfield, MO, December 3rd. All ages. doors at 7:00pm"
"It is a low dough show with KZRQ 106.7, so tickets will be a whopping $1.06!! That means you can look like a baller and drop a large 10 spot and bring your friends out to witness our show! Tickets will be at the door!"
"Please help spread the word if you are coming to the show. Let your friends know. This is our last show of 2007 so let's make it count!" More...
Jason Darr, lead guitarist, vocalist and founder of NEUROSONIC spoke with THE DAILY ROCK during the Family Values tour stop in Saratoga Springs NY. Jason explains how the band was put together, getting a record deal, how their latest single is doing on the charts and about their new music video.
As previously reported, NEUROSONIC just announced a bunch of European tour dates as well.
Vancouver, British Columbia hard rockers NEUROSONIC have announced the following European tour dates:
Sep. 12 - Biebob - Vosselaar, Belgium
Sep. 13 - Elysee Montmartre - Paris, France
Sep. 14 - Transbordeur - Lyon, France
Sep. 15 - Havana - Toulouse, France
Sep. 16 - Razzmatazz - Barcelona, Spain
Sep. 17 - Caracol - Madrid, Spain
Sep. 18 - Cine Teatro Corroios - Lisbon, Portugal
Sep. 22 - Koffmehl - Solothun, Switzerland
Sep. 23 - Alcatraz - MIlan, Italy
Sep. 24 - Salzhaus - Winterthur, Switzerland
Sep. 25 - Planet - Vienna, Austria
Sep. 27 - Backstage - Munich, Germany
Sep. 28 - Hellraiser - Leipzig, Germany
Sep. 29 - Live Music Hall - Cologne, Germany
Sep. 30 - Columbiahalle Club - Berlin, Germany
Oct. 01 - Little Vegas - Copenhagen, Denmark
Oct. 02 - Rockefeller - Oslo, Norway
Oct. 03 - Debaser - Stockholm, Sweden
Oct. 05 - Markthalle - Hamburg, Germany
Oct. 06 - Zeche - Bochum, Germany
Oct. 07 - Tivoli - Utrecht, Netherlands More...
KITTIE have updated their North America tour schedule. The Ft.Lauderdale show scheduled for May 8th has been moved to May 7th, and a show has been announced for Witchita, KS on May 25th. Their schedule is now as follows:
13 - Funhaus in Toronto, ONT
14 - Foufounes in Montreal, QC
15 - L'Anti in Quebec City, QC
17 - Pearl Street in Northampton, MA
18 - Ultra Lounge in Orono, ME
19 - The Higher Ground in Burlington, VT
20 - The Chance in Poughkeepsie, NY
21 - Buffalo Icon in Buffalo, NY
22 - Crazy Donkey in Farmingdale, NY
24 - The Mad Hatter in Covington, KY
26 - Rex Theatre in Pittsburgh, PA
27 - Monkey Bar in Huntington, WV
28 - Crocodile Rock in Allentown, PA
29 - Hamilton St. Cafe in Boundbrook, NJ
3 - Lincoln Theatre in Raleigh, NC
4 - Hooligan's in Jacsksonville, NC
5 - House Of Blues in Myrtle Beach, SC
6 - The Haven in Winter Park, FL
7 - The Culture Room in Ft. Lauderdale, FL
10 - The Nick in Birmingham, AL
15 - Club 101 in El Paso, TX
16 - The Clubhouse in Tempe, AZ
18 - Soma in San Diego, CA
19 - The Dome in Bakersfield, CA
25 - Flashbacks in Witchita, KS
NEUROSONIC will be on the bill as support. More dates will be announced soon.
The "Funeral For Yesterday Tour" featuring Kittie and Walls of Jericho, the trek has been extended through April and May. Support on these dates will be provided by In This Moment, Neurosonic, and I Killed The Prom Queen. More dates will be released, but here is the first batch of confirmed dates:
4/13 Toronto, ON @ Funhaus (no In This Moment) w/ Thine Eyes Bleed
4/15 Quebec City, QC @ L'Anti (n In This Moment) w/ Thine Eyes Bleed
4/18 Orono, ME @ Ultra Lounge
4/19 Burlington, VT @ The Higher Ground
4/20 Poughkeepsie, NY @ The Chance
4/22 Farmingdale, NY @ Crazy Donkey
4/26 Pittsburgh, PA @ Rex Theatre
4/28 Allentown, PA @ Crocodile Rock
5/4 Jacksonville, NC @ Hooligan's