Ken Stringfellow Releases "Superwise" Video and Heads Out on Tour

Pop master Ken Stringfellow (The Posies, Big Star, ex-R.E.M.) has just released a new video from his Danzig in the Moonlight album, which released recently. Notably, "Superwise" was shot in one continuous take. Stringfellow's tour begins January 17th with his appearance at the Todos Santos Music Festival.


1/17-1/20/2013 Baja Sur, MX Hotel California (Todos Santos Music Festival)**

1/23/2013 Portland OR Mississippi Studios*

1/24/2013 San Francisco CA Brick and Mortar*

1/26/2013 Los Angeles CA Satellite*

1/27/2013 San Diego CA Soda Bar*

1/28/2013 Fresno CA Fulton 55*

1/30/2013 Bellingham WA The Shakedown*

1/31/2013 Vancouver BC The Biltmore Cabaret*

2/1/2013 Seattle WA Tractor Tavern*

2/2/2013 Seattle WA Tractor Tavern*

2/3/2013 Spokane WA A Club

2/5/2013 Boise ID Neurolux

2/6/2013 Salt Lake CityUT Urban Lounge

2/7/2013 Englewood CO Moe's

2/8/2013 Des Moines IA Vaudeville Mews

2/9/2013 Chicago IL Schubas Tavern

2/10/2013 Cincinnati OH MOTR Pub

2/12/2013 Cleveland OH Beachland Tavern

2/13/2013 Pittsburgh PA Thunderbird Cafe

2/14/2013 Baltimore MD Metro Gallery

2/15/2013 Brooklyn NY Union Pool

2/16/2013 New York NY Mercury Lounge

2/17/2013 Somerville MA Johnny D's

2/18/2013 Montreal QC Casa del Popolo

2/19/2013 Toronto ON Drake Hotel

2/20/2013 Waterloo ON Starlight Club

2/21/2013 London ON Call the Office

2/22/2013 Hamilton ON This Ain’t Hollywood

2/23/2013 Albany NY Valentine’s

2/24/2013 Philadelphia PA North Star Bar

2/25/2013 Richmond VA Gallery 5

2/26/2013 Chapel Hill NC Local 506

2/27/2013 Asheville NC Grey Eagle Tavern & Music Hall

2/28/2013 Birmingham AL Bottle Tree

3/1/2013 Atlanta GA Star Community Bar

3/2/2013 Nashville TN The End

3/3/2013 Little Rock AR Stickyz Rock’n’Roll Chicken Shack

3/5/2013 New Orleans LA Siberia

3/6/2013 Houston TX Fitzgeralds Downstairs

3/7/2013 Austin TX Mohawk Inside Room

3/8/2013 Dallas TX Club Dada

* w/ The Maldives (supporting + backing band)

** with The Posies





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