Upcoming shows:

  • 5/18, 10p @ Rye Bar, Athens, GA
  • 5/19, 8p @ The Cave, Chapel Hill, NC
  • 5/20, 5p ACOUSTIC SET! @ Between Books, Claymont, DE
  • 5/21, 7p @ Green Line Cafe, Philly, PA
  • 5/23, 8p @ Radio Bean, Burlington, VT
  • 5/24, 8p @ IOTA Club and Cafe, Washington DC
  • 5/25, 9p @ Blue Parrot, Wilmington, DE
  • 5/26, 10p @ Evening Muse, Charlotte, NC

Thursday, May 6, 2010



Your favorite neighborhood opera-rockers have decided to undertake yet another foolish, hair-brained scheme. Glasgow will be setting sail (in a van) up the Eastern Seaboard this month, in vain attempts to hoodwink innocent bystanders into enjoying our music. Hopefully, with enough converts, we can eventually turn our penny-ante operation into a nickel-ante operation. Because while a penny saved is a penny earned, nickels hurt a lot more when you throw them at people.


The whole shebang starts with a big BIG kickoff show at House of Blues Parish Room on May 14th. Headlining that night will actually be Glasgow's own Alexis Marceaux and her amazing band.

Here's the itinerary (redundant of the show list on the top of the page):

May 18th: Athens, GA - Rye Bar
May 19th: Chapel Hill, NC - The Cave
May 21st: Philadelphia, PA - Green Line Cafe
May 23rd: Burlington, VT - Radio Bean
May 24th: Washington, DC - IOTA Club and Cafe
May 25th: Wilmington, DE - Blue Parrot
May 26th: Charlotte, NC - Evening Muse

If you are someone who lives in any of these locales, if you know someone who lives in any of these locales, or if you know someone who knows someone who lives in, around, or near any of these locales, don't hesitate to use harsh force to get yourself, your aqcuaintances, or perfect strangers to these shows. Extreme duress is a proven catalyst for a good time.

We'll be updating about our tour to an annoyingly regular degree pretty soon, so stay tuned to this blog, our Facebook page, and especially our Twitter (yuck, I know).

Be very afraid America. Here we come.