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Grammy Award Winning Guitarist Martin Taylor Comes to Tour the USA

SOURCE: Published: 2008-09-28
Martin Taylor Grammy Award winning guitarist Martin Taylor brings his new album Double Standards and tour to the USA for his first major tour of the country in years. The legendary British guitarist is to play a series of intimate concerts throughout October starting in Lincroft and ending in Chicago.

12.10.2008 - USA, Lincroft - Brookdale Community College (Martin Taylor)
14.10.2008 - USA, Annapolis - Rams Head (Martin Taylor)
15.10.2008 - USA, Washington - Inter-American Series of Concerts, Lectures and Film (Martin Taylor)
16.10.2008 - USA, Cleveland Hts - Nighttown (Martin Taylor)
17.10.2008 - USA, Pittsburgh - Manchester Craftsmen's Guild (Martin Taylor)
18.10.2008 - USA, Granville - Denison University (Martin Taylor)
19.10.2008 - USA, Bowling Green - Bowling Green University (Martin Taylor)
21.10.2008 - USA, Tucson - Venue TBA (Martin Taylor)
22.10.2008 - USA, Green Valley - Venue TBA (Martin Taylor)
23.10.2008 - USA, Riverside - Riverside Community College (Martin Taylor)
24.10.2008 - USA, Dana Point - Community House (Martin Taylor)
25.10.2008 - USA, Mission Viejo - Civic Center (Martin Taylor)
26.10.2008 - USA, San Diego - Dizzy's (Martin Taylor)
29.10.2008 - USA, Oakland - Yoshi's (Martin Taylor)
30.10.2008 - USA, Chico - Big Room, Sierra Nevada Brewery (Martin Taylor & Martin Simpson)
31.10.2008 - USA, Portland - Aladdin Theatre (Martin Taylor & Martin Simpson)
2.11.2008 - CA, Vancouver - Capilano College (Martin Taylor & Martin Simpson)
3.11.2008 - CA, Duncan - Cowichan Theatre (Martin Taylor & Martin Simpson)
4.11.2008 - USA, Seattle - Dimitriou's Jazz Alley (Martin Taylor & Martin Simpson)
5.11.2008 - USA, Seattle - Dimitriou's Jazz Alley (Martin Taylor & Martin Simpson)
7.11.2008 - USA, Olympia - Washington Center (Martin Taylor & Martin Simpson)
8.11.2008 - USA, Minneapolis - Cedar Cultural Center (Martin Taylor & Martin Simpson)
9.11.2008 - USA, Chicago - Old Town (Martin Taylor & Martin Simpson)


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