Thursday, May 17, 2007

Toubab Krewe Summer Tour


Toubab Krewe is hitting the road this summer for a new tour starting off at the Lowertown Art and Music Festival in Paducah, KY on May 25th and ending in September.

They will be playing several music festivals including: Summer Camp, Asheville Music Jamboree, Wakarusa, High Sierra, 10,000 Lakes and Wall to Wall Guitar.

Here is Toubab Krewe's summer tour schedule:
5.25 Paducah, KY @ Lowertown Art and Music Festival
5.26 Chillicothe, IL @ Summer Camp 2007
5.29 Bloomington, IN @ Bluebird Nightclub
5.30 Columbus, OH @ The Basement/House of Crave
5.31 Knoxville, TN @ Sundown in the City w/ Ozomatli
5.31 Knoxville, TN @ World Grotto
6.01 Horse Shoe, NC @ Asheville Music Jamboree
6.02 Athens, GA @ Melting Point
6.03 Atlanta, GA @ Smith's Olde Bar
6.06 St.Louis, MO @ Lucas School House
6.07 Lawrence, KS @ Wakarusa
6.08 Lawrence, KS @ Wakarusa
6.13 Fort Collins, CO @ Hodi's Half Note
6.14 Boulder, CO @ Fox Theater
6.15 Denver, CO @ Quixote's True Blue
6.16 Santa Fe, NM @ Santa Fe Brewing Company
6.17 Flagstaff, AZ @ Mogollon Brewery
6.19 Phoenix, AZ @ Rhythm Room
6.20 Tucson, AZ @ Plush
6.22 San Diego, CA @ Winston's Beach Club
6.23 San Diego, CA @ Ocean Beach Fair
6.23 Los Angeles, CA @ Fais Do-Do
6.24 Santa Barbara, CA @ SOhO
6.27 Sacramento, CA @ Harlow's
6.28 Santa Cruz, CA @ Moe's Alley
6.30 San Francisco, CA @ 12 Galaxies
7.06 Quincy, CA @ High Sierra Music Festival
7.07 Quincy, CA @ High Sierra Music Festival
7.10 Caspar, CA @ Caspar Inn
7.13 Seattle, WA @ High Dive
7.14 Portland, OR @ Goodfoot Lounge
7.18 Jackson, WY @ Mangy Moose
7.19 Big Sky, MT @ Meadow Village Pavilion
7.21 Detroit Lakes, MN @ 10,000 Lakes Festival
7.27 Floyd, VA @ Floyd Festival
7.28 Floyd, VA @ Floyd Festival
8.18 Governor's Island, NY @ In the Pocket Concert Series
9.13 Urbana, IL @ Wall to Wall Guitar Festival
The band recently played the legendary Festival of the Desert in Essakane, Mali, which happens to be the most remote music festival in the world.

Here's what I got in a press release:
Since forming in early 2005, the magnetic instrumental quintet has been credited with bridging the gap between West African and American music unlike any group before them, winning a diverse and devoted following and international acclaim from the New York Times, Global Rhythm, Relix, fRoots, NPR and more. Members of the group developed their unique sound over the course of numerous extended trips to Mali, Guinea, and Ivory Coast, where they immersed themselves in the local culture and studied and performed with luminaries such as Lamine Soumano, Vieux Kante, Madou Dembele and Koungbanan Conde.
Here's the band's official website and check out their myspace page.

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