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Monday, October 26, 2009

Hot Dog, it's the Dot Hongs

In the best band name play on words since NOFX's epic Punk in Drublic, there's a new tour coming from Brian Bonz & The Dot Hongs.

Their new album, From Sumi to Japan recently came out, and the band is taking their act on the road with bands like Straylight Run, Person L and John Nolan (Taking Back Sunday) and Bonz will appear on the Brand New anniversary show.

Tour Dates:
With Straylight Run
October 26 The Door Dallas, TX
October 27 Emo's Austin, TX
October 28 The Conservatory Oklahoma City, OK
October 29 Revolution Music Room Little Rock, AK
November 1 Mixtape Café Grand Rapids MI
November 3 Diesel Pittsburgh, PA
November 4 The Space Hamden, CT
November 5 Higher Ground Burlington, VT
November 6 Club Hell Providence, RI
November 7 The Loft Poughkeepsie, NY
November 8 Studio @ Webster Hall New York, NY

With Person L and John Nolan
November 10 Grog Shop Cleveland, OH
November 11 Mac's Bar East Lansing, MI
November 12 The Bishop Bar Bloomington, IN
November 13 The Firebird St. Louis, MO
November 14 The Record Bar Kansas City, MO
November 15 Vaudeville Mews Des Moines, IA
November 19 Schubas Tavern Chicago, IL
November 20 The Basement Columbus, OH
November 21 Eleanor Rigby's Jermyn, PA
November 22 Maxwell's Hoboken, NJ
November 28th Nassau Coliseum Uniondale, NY **
December 2 TT The Bear's Boston, MA
December 3 MUB Stafford Room Durham, NH
December 4 Southpaw Brooklyn, NY
December 5 Jammin Java Vienna, VA
December 6 Greene Street Club Greensboro, NC
December 8 Drunken Unicorn Atlanta, GA
December 9 Rocketown Nashville, TN
December 11 Diesel Pittsburgh, PA
December 12 The Khyber Philadelphia, PA
December 17 Rockwood Music Hall New York, NY
***** With Brand New & Glassjaw
*** Solo show

You may also want to know:
  • Speaking of Person L, their new album, The Positives is due out digitally/CD on Nov. 17, the Vinyl will hit on Dec. 7.
  • MySpace Music premiered the new single from Them Crooked Vultures today. "New Fang" will appear on the band's self-titled album due Nov. 17 on DGC/Interscope. The band features Dave Grohl, Josh Homee and John Paul Jones.
  • Band of Skulls is the latest band to perform on the Transmissions set for MySpace.

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