Dirty Dozen Celebrate 25 Yrs w/ Free Download and Tour


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Dirty Dozen Brass Band Celebrate 25 Year Anniversary of Debut

My Feet Can't Fail Me Now with Free Download and Tour

Dirty Dozen

Dirty Dozen Brass Band is ready to celebrate the 25th Anniversary of their debut release, My Feet Can't Fail Me Now. The album heralded the coming of a new breed of brass band in the city of New Orleans, and for that matter, around the world. The Dirty Dozen will be re-issuing the re-mastered version of the quintessential brass band album that has defined the modern brass band era since its original release via Topspin, a revolutionary digital platform that ensures efficient direct-to-fan digital delivery of music and much more.

In conjunction with the re-issue, the Dirty Dozen are embarking on a 19 city, three-week tour that will find the band performing the album, My Feet Can't Fail Me Now, in its entirety. While the Dozen have always been known for re-inventing and re-arranging their stellar catalog, this tour will find the band digging deep into the repertoire and revisiting certain pieces that haven't been played live since the original release of the album and even earlier.

As a special anniversary gift to you, the Dirty Dozen are giving the title track away for free!


10.31 - New Orleans, LA, Tipitina's French Qtr
11.01 - Baton Rouge, LA, Shaw Center
11.04 - WestChester, PA, The Note
11.05 - Brooklyn, NY, Brooklyn Bowl
11.06 - Fairfield, CT, FTC Stage One
11.07 - Portland, ME, Expo Center Bar
11.08 - Norfolk, CT, Infinity Hall
11.09 - Piermont, NY, Turning Point
11.11 - Lexington, KY, Cosmic Charlie's
11.12 - Cleveland, OH, Beachland Ballroom
11.13 - Columbus, OH - Lincoln Theatre
11.14 - Chicago, IL - Old Town School of Folk
11.15 - Minneapolis, MN, Dakota
11.16 - Ames, IA, Maintenance Shop
11.17 - Kansas City, MO, Knuckleheads
11.18 - Omaha, NE, Waiting Room
11.19 - St. Louis, MO, Broadway Oyster
11.20 - Oxford, MS, The Lyric
11.21 - Little Rock, AR, Revolution

The Dirty Dozen Brass Band is on tour now; dates available here.

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