SOME STUFFS: Joshua Radin ready to brave “The Rock And The Tide”

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Joshua Radin may not be a household name, but maybe he doesn’t want to be, he simply wants to be a part of your everyday musical consciousness. The success of his previous album, and frequent use of songs from that album in various forms of media, has put him in the spotlight but with the forthcoming The Rock And The Ride, he wants his career to be like a nice cow in that he wants to milk it. In 2010, high placement on iTunes is a big deal, and he has been on a top a number of times, so people are indeed using their ears to listen.

Is he a big deal? That’s for you to decide, and you will be able to as he will be going on tour in support of The Rock And The Tide. Here are the confirmed tour dates:
October 26 Egyptian Room (w/ The Script) Indianapolis, IN
October 28 Variety Playhouse (w/ The Script) Atlanta, GA
October 29 House of Blues (w/ The Script) Orlando, FL
October 30 Jannus Landing (w/ The Script) Tampa, FL
November 1 The NorVA (w/ The Script) Norfolk, VA
November 2 9:30 Club (w/ The Script) Washington, DC
November 4 Terminal 5 (w/ The Script) New York, NY
November 5 Terminal 5 (w/ The Script) New York, NY
November 6 The Electric Factory (w/ The Script) Philadelphia, PA
November 7 House of Blues (w/ The Script) Boston, MA
November 9 20th Century Theatre Cincinnati, OH
November 10 The Pageant St. Louis, MO
November 12 House of Blues Dallas, TX
November 13 La Zona Rosa Austin, TX
November 17 House of Blues San Diego, CA
November 18 Music Box Los Angeles, CA
November 20 Gothic Theatre Denver, CO
November 22 First Avenue Minneapolis, MN
November 23 Barrymore Theatre Madison, WI
November 24 Vic Theatre Chicago, IL

Along with a tour, he will be releasing webisodes on the making of the album, which will be released in a number of ways, including vinyl.


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