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Venues Performed @

Higher Ground
Winooski, VT

Goldstein Auditorium
Syracuse, NY

Agora Theater
Cleveland, OH

Michigan Theater
Ann Arbor, MI

Bogarts
Cincinnati, OH

Virginia Theatre
Champaign, IL

The Riviera
Chicago, IL

First Avenue
Minneapolis, MN

Hoyt-Sherman Place
Des Moines, Iowa

Mississippi Nights
St. Louis, MO

New Daisy Theater
Memphis, TN

Tennessee Theater
Knoxville, TN

Peace Center
Greenville, SC

House of Blues
North Myrtle Beach, SC

Tabernacle
Atlanta, GA

The Ritz
Carrboro, NC

9:30 Club
Washington, DC

Lupos Heartbreak Hotel
Providence, RI

Calvin Theater
North Hampton, MA

Irving Plaza
New York, NY

Pyramid (Konkrete Jungle)
New York, NY

Brownies
New York, NY

ACME Underground
New York, NY

Wetlands
New York, NY

Knitting Factory
New York, NY

Knitting Factory
Brooklyn, NY

Tonic
New York, NY

Void
New York, NY

Atomic Cowboy
St. Louis, MO

Hi-Pointe
St. Louis, MO

Galaxy
St. Louis, MO

Lo
St. Louis, MO

Complex
St. Louis, MO

Novak's
St. Louis, MO

Bar Napoli
Clayton, MO

Mensa
Griefswald, Germany

Klub 77
Szczecin, Poland

Volksbuhne
Berlin, Germany

B72
Wien, Austria

Kapu
Linz, Austria

Contrast
Konstanz, Germany

Mokka
Thun, Switzerland

Pufferbar
Ulm, Germany

Studio 672
Koln, Germany

Batofar
Paris, France

Palms Casino
Las Vegas, NV

Delmar Lounge
St. Louis, MO

Velvet
St. Louis, MO

Rue 13
St. Louis, MO

Music Cafe
Columbia, MO

Kryptonite Bar
Rockford, IL

World Finance Center
New York, NY

Sweet Revenge
Brooklyn, NY

South Paw
Brooklyn, NY

National Underground
New York, NY

Williamsburg Music Center
Brooklyn, NY

Highline Ballroom
New York, NY

Halo Bar
St. Louis, MO

Monster Island Basement
Brooklyn, NY

BPM Gallery
Brooklyn, NY

Lit Lounge
New York, NY

Cameo Art Gallery
Brooklyn, NY

Marfa Music
New York, NY

Public Assembly
Brooklyn, NY

Littlefield's
Brooklyn, NY

Ella Lounge
New York, NY

Don Pedro's
Brooklyn, NY

Shrine
New York, NY

Underground at Kennedy's,
Dublin, Ireland

The Living Room
New York, NY

Fontana's
New York, NY

BAM Cafe'
Brooklyn, NY

Les Poisson Rouge
New York, NY

R Bar
New York, NY

The Stone
New York, NY

Nublu
New York, NY

Local 138
New York, NY

Flamingo Bowl
St. Louis, MO

Handle Bar
St. Louis, MO

Bruar Falls
Brooklyn, NY

The Grand Victory
Brooklyn, NY

Dixon Place
New York, NY

Arlene's Grocery
New York, NY

Cielo at The Four Seasons Hotel
St. Louis, MO

Prime 1000
St. Louis, MO

Cafe Eau (Chase Park Plaza)
St. Louis, MO

Llywelyn's Pub (Soulard)
St. Louis, MO

Siam
St. Louis, MO

Pageant
St. Louis, MO

Way Out Club
St. Louis, MO

Vin de Set
St. Louis, MO

Utopia Studios
St. Louis, MO

The Bridge
Columbia, MO

Midtown Hilton
New York, NY

Honey
St. Louis, MO

Layla
St. Louis, MO

Sasha's
St. Louis, MO

Monarch
St. Louis, MO

Sekisui Pacific Rim
St. Louis, MO

Kyo
St. Louis, MO

Boogaloo
St. Louis, MO

Fu Manchu
St. Louis, MO

North City Farmer's Market
St. Louis, MO

Hiro
St. Louis, MO

BRIC House Stoop
Brooklyn, NY























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