As Tall As Lions Confirmed For Coachella * Tour w/Cage The Elephant‏

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As Tall As Lions Confirmed For Coachella, Announce Tour With Cage The Elephant
You Can’t Take It With You is Out Now On Triple Crown Records
As Tall As Lions, the New York prog-rock-jazz fusion group who has been steadily building a solid fan base since their inception in 2003, has been a touring machine, splitting a massive fall campaign supporting the likes of MUTEMATH and Minus The Bear.  Next up, the band will be embarking on a 20 date tour with Cage The Elephant, the bluesy southern rock band who radio has fallen in love with. To change the live show up a bit, the band has stripped down to its original 4-piece line up, down from 6. The band is looking to re-discover their roots and rock up the set to give long time fans a different look.

Upcoming Tour Dates
 29-Jan Albany, NY Jillians (Free Show 21+)
w/Cage The Elephant:
 15-Feb  Augusta, GA  Sky City �
 16-Feb  Athens, GA  40 Watt Club �
 18-Feb  Knoxville, TN  The Valarium �
 19-Feb  Asheville, NC  The Orange Peel�
 21-Feb  Charlotte, NC Amos’ Southend�
 22-Feb  Charleston, SC The Music Farm�
 23-Feb  Carrboro, NC Cat’s Cradle �
 25-Feb  Washington, DC 9:30 Club �
 26-Feb  Towson, MD  The Recher Theatre�
 27-Feb  Philadelphia, PA Theatre Of The Living Arts�
 5-Mar  Boston, MA  Paradise Rock Club�
 6-Mar  Portland, ME  Port City Music Hall�
 8-Mar  S Burlington, VT Higher Ground/Showcase Lounge�
 10-Mar Toronto, ON  Phoenix Concert Theatre�
 12-Mar  Buffalo, NY  Town Ballroom
16-Apr Indio, CA Coachella
 ATAL “Circles” (Diplo Remix) – Feel Free To Post

ATAL is confirmed for 2010’s Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival in Indio, CA. They’ll play Friday Night, April 16th alongside the likes of Jay-Z, LCD Soundsystem, Vampire Weekend and many more. Alternative Press listed You Can’t Take It With You #7 on their “The Best Albums Of ’09” list and awarded lead singer Dan Nigro the runner up spot in their “Best Vocalist” category, gushing “his soaring falsetto and multi-octave range may evoke Jeff Buckley, but Nigro brings depth and soulfulness to a scene sorely lacking both”.

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