Friday, 4 January 2013

LINK: Jefferson Starship's 2013 Tour Schedule Taking Shape

The Jefferson Starship is set to continue its ongoing voyage well into 2013.  The band will kick off the new year with a multiple-gig residency at The Rrazz Room in their hometown of San Francisco.  The four-date stint, January 17-20, will mark the reopening of the venue at its new location in the city’s historic Cadillac Building.
On January 18 and 19, the veteran rockers will play two shows at the club.  Opening all of the Rrazz Room performances will be Starship member David Freiberg‘s side project Imperial Messenger Service.
The Jefferson Starship also has a number of other tour dates in a variety of locations around the U.S. in February, March and April, as well as one performance scheduled for August 22 in Clayton, New York.
Here are all of the band’s confirmed dates, according to
1/17 — San Francisco, CA, The Rrazz Room
1/18 — San Francisco, CA, The Rrazz Room (EARLY & LATE SHOWS)
1/19 — San Francisco, CA, The Rrazz Room (EARLY & LATE SHOWS)
1/20 — San Francisco, CA, The Rrazz Room
2/16 — Mt. Dora, FL, Mt. Dora Music Festival
2/23 — Miami, FL, Magic City Casino
3/14 — Norfolk, CT, Infinity Music Hall
3/15 — Londonderry, NH, Tupelo Music Hall
3/16 — White River Junction, VT, Tupelo Music Hall
3/17 — New York, NY, BB King’s Blues Club
3/22 — Jim Thorpe, PA, Penn’s Peak
3/23 — Schenectady, NY, Van Dyck Theater
3/24 — Stamford, CT, Stage One
4/10 — Ames, IA, Maintenance Shop @ Iowa State University
4/11 — Lincoln, NE, Bourbon Theater
8/22 — Clayton, NY, Clayton Opera House

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