DJ Shadow expands North American tour schedule

DJ and producer adds a series of dates to his current gig-run

DJ Shadow expands North American tour schedule

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DJ Shadow has expanded his current tour of North America.

The DJ and producer will now finish the gig-run in Salt Lake City, Utah on November 23.

As previously reported, DJ Shadow recently hid two new songs, called 'Def Surrounds Us' and 'I've Been Trying', in random record shops across Europe and the US.

DJ Shadow's as-yet untitled new album is due for release in May 2011.

DJ Shadow will play the following:

San Francisco, CA Cow Palace (October 29)
Las Vegas, NV House Of Blues (30)
Los Angeles, CA House Of Blues (31)
Anaheim, CA House Of Blues (November 1)
Albuquerque, NM Sunshine Theatre (3)
Dallas, TX House Of Blues (5)
Houston, TX House Of Blues (6)
New Orleans, LA House Of Blues (7)
Atlanta, GA Loft At Center Stage (9)
Baltimore, MD Rams Head Live (11)
Toronto, ON The Phoenix Nightclub (12)
Montreal, QC Club Soda (13)
Boston, MA House Of Blues (14)
New York City, NY Irving Plaza (15)
Brooklyn, NY Brooklyn Bowl (16)
Cleveland, OH House Of Blues (18)
Chicago, IL Park West (19)
Denver, CO Ogden Theatre (21)
Salt Lake City, UT The Depot (23)

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