Friday, February 24, 2012

Dave Hause - Heads out on tour with Alkaline Trio

Having wowed crowds with his passionate and uplifting performances on the first European Revival Tour, The Loved Ones vocalist/guitarist Dave Hause returns for a run of shows with good friends Alkaline Trio.
With upcoming dates throughout the UK as well as Germany, Belgium and The Netherlands, Dave Hause’s army of followers is set to get even bigger!

Dave Hause pic 2 - lo res

Dates are as follows:

April
23 Gebäude 9, Cologne, Germany
24 Exzellenzhaus e.V, Trier, Germany
25 59:1, Munich, Germany
26 General Musik Direktion (Headline Show) Graz, Austria
27 Monster Bash Berlin, Germany
28 Pirate Satellite Festival Stuttgart, Germany
29 Groezrock Meerhout, Belgium
30 Queensday Festival 12, Venlo, Netherlands
May
01 Pyramid Portsmouth, UK
02 The Leadmill Sheffield, UK
03 Empire Middlesbrough, UK
04 Leeds Metropolitan University Leeds, UK
05 Academy Manchester, UK
07 HMV Picture House Edinburgh, UK
08 Kasbah Coventry, UK
09 Waterfront Norwich, UK
10 Electric Ballroom London, UK
12 Barfly London, UK
13 University SU Cardiff, UK
14 Lemon Grove Exeter, UK
15 The Junction, Cambridge, UK
17 Soundcity, Liverpool
UK

Dave Hause’s debut solo album ‘Resolutions’ was released on Xtra Mile Recordings in October 2011. Hause, along with a group of friends and family he dubbed The Empty Bottles Band, put together a well-crafted rock album that defies classification. Recorded, produced, engineered and mixed by Pete Steinkopf (of The Bouncing Souls), ‘Resolutions’ showcases Hause’s songwriting talents and his many influences ranging from Patty Griffin to Paul Westerberg.

Dave Hause played his first solo shows in 2009 and has since shared the stage with a wide variety of artists including Bob Mould, AFI, Frank Turner, Tim Barry (Avail), Jim Ward (At The Drive-In, Sparta), Tommy Stinson (The Replacements, Guns & Roses), Franz Nicolay, Chuck Ragan (Hot Water Music) and Brian Fallon (Gaslight Anthem).

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