April 26, 2007 2:38

Albert Hammond Jr announces US tour

And he’ll play a free New York show

Albert Hammond Jr announces US tour
Albert Hammond Jr has announced a tour of the US kicking off May 20 in San Francisco.

Before heading out on the road, he will play a free show in New York next month. The hometown performance will take place at Hiro Ballroom, the location of the long-running GBH party at which Klaxons were recent guest DJs.

The tour calls at:

San Francisco, CA The Independent (May 20)
Hollywood, CA House Of Blues (21)
San Diego, CA House Of Blues (22)
Scottsdale, AZ Martini Ranch (24)
Denver, CO Marquis Theatre (26)
Houston, TX Warehouse Live (31)
Austin, TX The Parish (June 3)
Dallas, TX House Of Blues - Cambridge Room (4)
St. Paul, MN Station 4 (7)
Chicago, IL The Metro (8)
Detroit, MI St. Andrew's Hall (9)

--By our New York staff.
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