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Fischerspooner Tour Between Worlds

Fischerspooner Tour Between Worlds

To paraphrase Monty Python, electroclash isn't dead, it's just been resting. One of its prime exponents, Fischerspooner, is getting set for "Between Worlds," their first U.S. tour in five years. Hell, maybe they're not even electroclash anymore, but whatever you want to call them, when the synth-stroking duo hits the road, they don't just come out in their civvies and stand there like statues -- a Fischerspooner show is an event. The band's previous tours have been marked by high drama and dazzling imagery, and the "Between Worlds" dates coming up to support their new album Entertainment are shaping up to be a similarly senses-shattering experience. The shows are said to encompass everything from vaudeville to Japanese Kabuki theater, in addition to the expected beat-happy electro-dance anthems for which Fischerspooner is best known. As the group's Casey Spooner says, "It's not art versus entertainment, it is art and entertainment."

 

Tour dates:

6-May-09 Theatre of Living Arts Philadelphia, PA
7-May-09 Music Hall of Williamsburg Brooklyn, NY
8-May-09 Webster Hall                  New York, NY

10-May-09 9:30 Club                      Washington DC
11-May-09    The Roxy                     Boston, MA
13-May-09     The Loft                     Atlanta, GA
15-May-09     Granada Theatre      Dallas, TX
16-May-09     House ot Blues            Houston, TX
18-May-09     Ogden                        Denver, CO
20-May-09     House of Blues         San Diego, CA
21-May-09      House of Blues        Anaheim, CA
22-May-09      Fillmore                    San Francisco, CA
23-May-09       Avalon                     Los Angeles, CA
25-May-09       Wonder Ballroom   Portland, OR
26-May-09       The Showbox@The Market     Seattle, WA
29-May-09        First Ave                   Minneapolis, MN
30-May-09        Metro/Smart Bar  Chicago, IL
31-May-09           Majestic Theatre  Detroit, MI
2-Jun-09             Phoenix                  Toronto, Canada

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