Pixies singer announces huge US tour

It's a pretty mammoth album too

Pixies singer announces huge US tour
Pixies singer Frank Black has announced details of massive solo tour of the US.

The dates will be in support of his double solo album ’Fast Man Raider Man’, which was released in June.

As previously reported by NME.COM, Black told Uncut that Pixies would continue to play together but never record again.

Black will play:

Salt Lake City Urban Lounge (August 9)
St Louis Blueberry Hill (11)
Lexington The Dame (12)
Indianapolis Birdy’s (13)
Lancaster Chameleon (14)
Washington Constitution Hall(15)
Philadelphia Tower Theatre (16)
Wellfleet Beachcomber (18)
Brooklyn Southpaw (19, 20)
New York Beacon Theatre (21)
Boston Wang Center (22)
Toronto Hummingbird (23)
London Call the Office (24)
Chicago Auditorium Theatre (25)
Omaha Sokol Underground (26)
Los Angeles Pantages Theatre (29)
Santa Cruz The Catalyst (30)
Scaramento Harlow’s Night Club (31)
Berkeley Greek Theatre (29, 30)
Tempe Marquee Theatre (October 1)
Nashville Mercy Lounge (4)
Memphis New Daisy Theatre (7)
Dallas Gypsy Tea Ballroom (9)
Austin La Zona Rosa (10)
Houston Meridian (11)
Florida House of Blues (13)
St Petersburg State Theatre (14)
Savannah Smiles (15)
Atlanta Roxy Theatre (16)
Asheville Orange Peel (17)
Baltimore Sonar (18)
Philadelphia World Café (19)
Brooklyn Warsaw (20)
Washington 9.30 Club (22)
New York Irving Plaza (23)
Boston Avalon Ballroom (24)
Montreal Le National (25)
Toronto Opera House (26)
Pittsburgh Mr Smalls Theatre (27)
Louisville Headliners (28)
Cleveland House of Blues (30)
Newport Southgate House (31)
Chicago Metro (November 1)
Madison High Noon Saloon (2)
Minneapolis First Avenue (3)
Winnipeg Pantages Theatre (5)
Regina Conexus Hall (6)
Saskatoon The Odeon (7)
Edmonton Reds (9)
Clagary MacEwan Ballroom (10)
Vancouver Commodore Ballroom (12)
Seattle Showbox (13)
Portland Wonder Ballroom (14)
San Francisco The Fillmore (15)
West Hollywood House Of Blues (17)
San Diego House Of Blues (18)
Anaheim House Of Blues (19)

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