Marco Benevento Announces Tour Dates in Support of New LP "TigerFace"


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Marco Benevento has etched out a path across the east coast and midwest this autumn in support of his new LP, TigerFace, due September 11 from The Royal Potato Family. Rolling Stone and WNYC both jumped on the bandwagon early last week to premiere two songs from the upcoming record that feature Rubblebucket's Kalmia Traver on vocals (see above).

Live video footage has also just been released of Benevento performing an instrumental version of “This Is How It Goes" during a recent show at Signal Kitchen in Burlington, VT.

Upcoming Marco Benevento TigerFace tour dates:
September 14 | Terrapin Crossroads | San Rafael, CA
September 19 | Water Street Music Hall | Rochester, NY
September 20 | Nietzsche's | Buffalo, NY
September 21 | Beachland Ballroom | Cleveland, OH
September 22 | Martyr's | Chicago, IL
September 23 | Cafe Paradiso | Fairfield, IA
September 24 | Vaudeville Mews | Des Moines, IA
September 25 | Record Bar | Kansas City, MO
September 26 | Old Rock House | St. Louis, MO
September 27 | Headliner's Music Hall | Louisville, KY
September 28 | Woodland's Tavern | Columbus, OH
September 29 | Rex Theatre | Pittsburgh, PA
October 11 | TT & The Bears | Boston, MA
October 12 | Bowery Ballroom | New York, NY
October 13 | The Blockley | Philadelphia, PA
October 14 | Bridge Street Live | Collinsville, CT
October 17 & 18 | The Press Room | Portsmouth, NH
October 19 | Higher Ground | Burlington, VT
October 20 | The Iron Horse | Northampton, MA
November 07 | The Southern | Charlottesville, VA
November 08 | Pisgah Brewery | Black Mountain, NC
November 09 | Ciderhouse | Knoxville, TN
November 10 | New Earth Music Hall | Athens, GA
November 11 | The Pour House Music Hall | Raleigh, NC
November 12 | Casbah | Charlotte, NC
November 13 | The Soapbox | Wilmington, NC
November 14 | Jewish Mother | Virginia Beach, VA
November 15 | Capital Ale House | Richmond, VA
November 16 | U Street Music Hall | Washington, DC
November 17 | 8x10 | Baltimore, MD

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