Henry Rollins Announces Frequent Flyer Spoken Word Tour

     

     

    Henry Rollins may have slowed down his music career, but his duties as a spoken word performer haven’t abated. The former Black Flag singer has released countless spoken word albums and toured relentlessly, offering a mixture of amusing stories and poignant reflections on life.  

     

    Rollins has assembled another set of dates for early 2010, dubbing them the Frequent Flyer tour. Never one to shy away from some hard work, Rollins will be out on the road for almost four months on the tour, which begins in January in Dublin and ends in April in Madison, Wisconsin.

     

    Full North American Frequent Flyer tour dates:

     

    02.17 Solana Beach, CA: Belly Up Tavern

    02.18 Tempe, AZ: The Marquee

    02.19 Albuquerque, NM: KiMo Theatre

    02.20 El Paso, TX: El Paso High School Fine Arts Auditorium

    02.21 Oklahoma City, OK: Diamond Ballroom

    02.23 Houston, TX: House of Blues

    02.24 Dallas, TX: Lakewood Theater

    02.25 Rock, AR: Juanita’s Little

    02.26 New Orleans, LA: House of Blues

    02.27 Birmingham, AL: WorkPlay Soundstage Theatre

    02.28 Atlanta, GA: Variety Playhouse

    03.02 Clearwater, FL: Capitol Theatre

    03.03 Ft. Lauderdale, FL: Revolution Live

    03.04 Lake Buena Vista, FL: House of Blues

    03.05 Charleston, SC: Music Farm

    03.06 Asheville, NC: Orange Peel

    03.07 Richmond, VA: National

    03.09 Alexandria, VA: Birch mere

    03.10 Alexandria, VA: Birch mere

    03.11 Philadelphia, PA: First Unitarian Church

    03.13 New York, NY: Irving Plaza – The Fillmore NY

    03.16 Bayshore, NY: Boulton Center for the Performing Arts

    03.17 Somerville, MA: Somerville Theatre

    03.18 Portland, ME: Space

    03.19 Halifax, NS: Rebecca Cohn Auditorium

    03.20 Moncton, NB: Capitol Theatre

    03.22 Montreal, QC: Le National

    03.23 Ottawa, ON: Bronson Centre Theatre

    03.24 Kingston, ON: Sydenham Street United Church

    03.25 Kitchener, ON: Conrad Center for the Performing Arts

    03.26 Toronto, ON: Queen Elizabeth Theatre

    03.27 Syracuse, NY: Westcott Theatre

    03.28 Ithaca, NY: Castaways

    03.30 State College, PA: State Theatre

    03.31 Pittsburgh, PA: New Hazlett Theater

    04.01 Kent, OH: Kent Stage

    04.02 Columbus, OH: Lifestyle Communities Pavilion

    04.03 Newport, KY: The Southgate House – Ballroom

    04.05 Bloomington, IN: Buskirk-Chumley Theater

    04.07 Chicago, IL: Vic Theatre

    04.08 Milwaukee, WI: Turner Hall Ballroom

    04.09 Madison, WI: Barrymore Theatre