MORE SONGS FOR THE DEAF

Dave Grohl's not expected to appear, though...

MORE SONGS FOR THE DEAF
Queens Of The Stone Age and ...And You Will Know Us By The Trail Of Dead have expanded their North American tour.

Queens Of The Stone Age had already announced dates in August in support of the group's new album 'Songs For The Deaf', released in August. The shows were scheduled to start at the Washington 9:30 Club (August 30) and end at the Columbia Blue Note (21).

However, more dates have been added. The full tour, according to Pollstar, runs: Washington 9:30 Club (August 30)
Philadelphia Electric Factory (August 31)
Boston Avalon (September 1)
Providence Heartbreak Hotel (3)
New York Roseland Ballroom (5)
Pittsburgh Club Laga (6)
Toronto Kool Haus (7)
Cleveland Agora Theater (10)
Columbus Newport Music Hall (12)
Detroit State Theatre (13)
Grand Rapids Orbit Rooms (14)
Chicago Riviera Theatre (15)
Milwaukee Rave (17)
Minneapolis Quest Club (18)
St Louis Pageant (20)
Columbia Blue Note (21)
Atlanta Earthlink Live (23)
New Orleans House Of Blues (25)
Houston Verizon Wireless Theatre (27)
Austin Stubb's (28)
Dallas Granada Theatre (29)
Denver Ogden Theatre (October 1)

Dave Grohl, who has played on the band's album and also live with the group in recent months, is not expected to perform. UK dates are currently being finalised.

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