April 13, 2009 21:54

Tinted Windows announce intimate live dates

Supergroup will celebrate album release with handful of club shows

Tinted Windows announce intimate live dates
Tinted Windows, the group featuring Taylor Hanson, James Iha, Adam Schlesinger and Bun E. Carlos, have announced a string of dates to support the release of their debut album.

They will play intimate club dates in New York, Los Angeles, Edmond and Chicago, and will support No Doubt at their first show in five years at Atlantic City's Borgata on May 2. They will also perform the following day at the Bamboozle Festival in New Jersey.

Taylor Hanson, previously of Hanson is on lead vocals, while former Smashing Pumpkins man Iha plays guitar. The group is completed with bassist Schlesinger of Fountains Of Wayne and drummer Carlos of Cheap Trick.

The band’s self-titled debut comes out April 21 on S-Curve Records.

The dates are:

New York, NY Mercury Lounge (April 20)
Edmond, OK Plunkett Park/University of Central Oklahoma (25)
Los Angeles, CA Troubadour (28)
Chicago, IL Double Door (30)
Atlantic City, NJ Borgata Events Center - w/No Doubt (May 2)
E. Rutherford, NJ The Bamboozle 2009 @ Meadowlands Sports Complex (3)

--By our New York staff.
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