September 12, 1998 17:46

TRUTH TAKE TO THE US ROAD

[a]Unbelievable Truth[/a] have announced the dates for their US tour supporting Tori Amos...

TRUTH TAKE TO THE US ROAD
Unbelievable Truth have been chosen as the support for Tori Amos on her current tour of the US.

The band, whose debut album 'Almost Here' has just been released in the US, will play at: Florida Jacksonville Moran Theatre (October 13), South Carolina Spartanburg Memorial Auditorium (14), Virginia Blacksburg Commonwealth Ballroom (15), Maryland Baltimore Arena (17), North Carolina Raleigh Walnut Creek Amphitheatre (18), South Carolina Columbia The Township (20), Tennessee Nashville Vanderbilt University (21), Virginia Norfolk Chrysler Hall (23), Rhode Island Providence P.A.C (25), Ohio Dayton Hara Arena (27), Kentucky Louisville Gardens (28), Illinois Evanstown McGraw Hall (29) Indiana Lafayette Elliot Hall (31), Michigan Mount Pleasant Rose Arena (November 1), Wisconsin Eau Claire Zorn Arena (3), Wisconsin Madison Coliseum (4), Pennsylvania Pittsburgh Civic (6), Pennsylvania Indiana Fisher Auditorium (7), New York Ithaca Ben Light Gymnasium (8), New York Binghampton Broome County Arena (10), New York Rochester Eastman Theatre (12), New York Poughkeepsie Mid Hudson Civic (13), Massacheusetts Amherst Mullins Center (15), Massacheusetts Lowell Tsongas Arena (17), New Hampshire Durham Whitimore Center (19), Connecticutt Storrs Gampel Pavillion (20), Pennsylvania State College Bryce Jordan Center (21), Pennsylvania Bethlehem Stable Arena (23), Deleware Newark Carpentar's Gym (24), New Jersey Newark New Jersey P.A.C (25) Indiana Indianapolis Murat Theatre (30), Michigan Grand Rapids Van Andel Arena (December 2) and Michigan East Lansing Breslin Student Center (3).

The tour marks the band's first major tour of the USA.

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