Tour Dates: Up And Atom

Despite the fact that Thom Yorke’s solo album, The Eraser, came out all the way back in 2006, the enigmatic Radiohead front man has finally deemed it time to do some full band shows in support. Last year, Yorke assembled an ad-hoc band that consisted of RHCP’s bassist Flea, producer Nigel Godrich, Beck drummer Joey Waronker and percussionist Mauro Refosco for a string of shows in Los Angeles at the Orpheum Theater.

 

Yorke will now bring these very same folks together again, dubbing the collective Atoms For Peace after a track on the album, for a nine-date run that kicks off with a two-night stand at New York’s Roseland Ballroom on April 5 and culminates with a high profile appearance at Coachella on April 18.Tickets go on sale to Radiohead’s Waste club members starting March 2nd, with the public on-sale March 5th.

If you’re not into a night with the Radiohead front man and his new band, than maybe you’ll be into hitting one of these recently announced tours…

Finally, tonight Soulive will kick off their ten-night residency at our favorite music venue-gastropub-bowling alley – Brooklyn Bowl. As previously announced, the funk-groove band will be joined by a rotating cast of special guests over the course of their Bowlive run, and have now revealed who will get up on stage with them. Among those acts that have been confirmed are Vernon Reid, Raul Midon, Oteil & Kofi Burbridge, Marco Benevento and DJ Logic – with even more expected to join in the fun along the way. For more on this run, check out Chad B.’s interview with Kraz on Glide Magazine.

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8 Responses

  1. Steve Miller Band is the second worst concert I’ve ever seen (Guster = #1). They didn’t even bother to play an encore, which was probably for the best. If you’re dying to hear their tunes, I’m sure you know someone with their “Greatest Hits” tape hanging around…

  2. I saw the Steve Miller Band at a free show in February. I was pretty excited to see them, however, even though they played all their hits, the show was kind of lame. The show picked up towards the end, but that perception is most likely attributable to extended alcohol consumption. They were totally upstaged by their opener; En Vogue. They were awesome.

  3. wait a minute CAsey? SeriouslY. Steve Miller Band had a concert where En Vogue opened?

    I am totally scratching my dome right now. That’s like Billy Ray Cyrus opening for Method Man? wtf? too funny.

  4. It was a NFL party for the Superbowl. The next day I went to another NFL party where Daugherty opened up for Steve Winwood.

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