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Re: yet more cello looping gig spam
looks like a good year is starting off for you zoe-
why arent you doing the letterman thang?
that would be great to see-loop promotion, etc.
anyway, good luck on the road
on 12/26/05 10:54 AM, Zoe Keating at email@example.com wrote:
> Hi Loopers,
> Happy Boxing Day!
> My RPTR and I are very excited to announce the following performance
> dates. I'll be supporting the talented (and beautiful!) Imogen Heap
> and accompanying her during her set:
> Jan 11th: New York, NY - Avalon (old Limelight)
> Jan 12th: Toronto, ON - El Mocambo
> Jan 13th: Boston, MA - Paradise Rock Club
> Jan 14th: Philadelphia, PA - Theatre of Living Arts
> Jan 15th: Baltimore, MD - Recher Theatre
> Jan 17th: Chicago, IL - Schubas Tavern
> Jan 18th: Detroit, MI - Magic Bag
> Jan 23rd: San Diego, CA - House Of Blues
> Jan 24th: Los Angeles, CA - El Rey Theatre
> Jan 26th: San Francisco, CA - Great American Music Hall
> Jan 28th: Portland, OR - Dante's
> Jan 29th: Seattle, WA - Neumo's
> Feb 7th, London, UK: The Scala
> Here's more about Imogen in case you're not familiar with her work:
> Heap Of Shows
> Updated 00:21 PST Mon, Dec 26 2005
> With her long-awaited sophomore album, Speak For Yourself, finally
> hitting stores, Imogen Heap will cross the pond to pay her American
> fans a visit.
> After a "Late Night With David Letterman" appearance January 10,
> she'll play New York City's Avalon and make her way across the
> country throughout the month.
> Nearly a dozen cities are on the itinerary, with Rasputina cellist
> ZoŽ Keating opening on all dates. The tour wraps at Neumo's in
> Seattle January 29.
> Imogen Heap - who also comprises half of Frou Frou with Madonna
> producer Guy Sigsworth - visited the U.S. this past fall on the Hotel
> Cafe Tour with Butch Walker and the Cary Brothers. Other than that,
> she hadn't been on American shores since a 1999 run with Rufus
> Her debut album, I Megaphone, was released in 1998.