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Skip Heller -- The Book Tour?

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THE TOUR

The guitarist AAJ calls “genius by lightning strike" is hitting the road in support of his two recent Dreambox releases, BEAR FLAG and OUT OF TIME, in addition to his brand new book GLAMOUR PROFESSION: THE ONGOING SKIP HELLER (which comes with a limited edition documentary DVD).

The Alabama trio will cut a new record on this swing as well, tentatively titled BROADSIDES.

Wednesday September 14, Badhee Badhu Gallery, 309 Cherry St, Philly, 8 pm, all ages gig, duo with pianist Heath Allen.

Friday/Saturday, September 16th/17th - Philadelphia, PA, Ortlieb's Jazzhaus with Lucas Brown (organ) and Jim Miller (drums).

Saturday, September 25th - Thousand Oaks, CA, Conejo Days Festival, 1pm with Joe Bagg (organ) and Ryan Doyle (drums)

Wednesday, September 28th, Mobile, AL, Satori Coffee, 8pm with Chris Spies (organ) and David White (drums)

Thursday, September 29th, Fairhope, AL, Page and Palette, 6pm with Chris Spies (organ) and David White (drums).

Friday, September 30th, Huntsville, AL, Flying Monky Arts Center (time TBA) with Chris Spies (organ) and David White (drums).

Saturday, October 1st, Chattanooga, TN, Silas Marley's, 7pm-10pm with Chris Spies (organ) and David White (drums).

Tuesday, October 4th, Nashville, TN, Country Music Hall of Fame Museum duo guest with David Andersen (guitar).

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