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Soft Machine / Jeff Aug 2009 Tour Dates

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July 17, 2009 will be the world premiere of the Jeff Aug World Record Tour documentary film by Daniel Munding of Live-In TV.

See video trailer below. ...then its off to the U.S. for a quick coast-to-coast tour.

JEFF AUG
Raw Fingers & Steel Strings U.S. Tour 2009
Presented by DAddario Strings, Dunlop & Planet Waves Guitar Accessories
18.08.2009 - New York City, NY, The Living Room (7pm showtime)
20.08.20009 - Washington, D.C., Kennedy Center (6pm showtime)
25.08.2009 - Los Angeles, CA, The Baked Potato (9:30pm showtime)*

*Alex Machacek & Sumitra at 11:30 pm

...and then its back to Europe for another tour with SOFT MACHINE:

SOFT MACHINE
support: JEFF AUG
Presented by GUITAR Magazine
13.10.2009 B-Verviers, Spirit of 66
14.10.2009 D-Dortmund, Musiktheater Piano
15.10.2009 NL-Amstelveen, P60
17.10.2009 D-Flensburg, Roxy
18.10.2009 D-Oldenburg, Kulturzentrum PFL
20.10.2009 D-Nrnberg, Hirsch
22.10.2009 A-Linz, Posthof
23.10.2009 D-Habach, Village
24.10.2009 D-Immenstadt, Rainbow
25.10.2009 D-Remchingen, Kulturhalle
26.10.2009 CH-Zrich, Moods
28.10.2009 D-Mainz, Frankfurter Hof
29.10.2009 D-Stuttgart, BIX 2009 has included:

  • 8 page feature in Guitar Magazine (Feb 2009, Germany)
  • 2 page feature in Akustik Gitarre Magazine (May / June 2009, Germany)
  • 3 page feature in Guitar Player Magazine (July 2009, USA)
Performance at the Festival de la Gitarre in Belgium alongside Al Dimeola and Larry Carlton.

2nd European tour as support for Allan Holdsworth

World Record for “Most Concerts in Different Countries in 24 Hours"

New album Living Room Sessions (getting incredible reviews worldwide}

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