Tim Robbins and the Rogues Gallery Band Album News and Tour Dates

Tim Robbins and the Rogues Gallery Band

Tim Robbins and the Rogues Gallery Band

Tim Robbins is branching out, signing with 429 records and preparing to hit the road on his first tour to promote his debut album which drops on July 19, 2011. The Academy Award winning actor will also be hitting the talk show circuit, putting in appearances on The Late Show with David Letterman and The View later this month. And Tim Robbins and the Rogues Gallery Band will be doing radio promotions, performing on KINK’s Bing Lounge in Portland on July 19th, on San Francisco’s KFOG’s concert series on July 20, and on Philadelphia’s WXPN “Noon Concert Series” on July 29.

Tim Robbins and the Rogues Gallery Band 2011 Tour Dates:

7/16 Vancouver – Vancouver Folk Music Festival
7/18 Seattle – The Triple Door
7/19 Portland – Alberta Rose
7/20 San Francisco – Bimbos
7/21 Los Angeles – Largo
7/22 Los Angeles – Largo
7/23 San Diego – Anthology
7/26 New York – Le Poisson Rouge
7/27 Washington – Birchmere Music Hall
7/28 Sellersville – Sellersville Theater
7/30 White River – Tupelo Music Hall
7/31 Londonderry – Tupelo Music Hall
8/2 Toronto – Mod Club
8/3 Ann Arbor – The Ark
8/4 Evanston – Space
8/6 Edmonton – Edmonton Folk Fest

From 429 Records’ press release:

Music is in Tim Robbins’ blood. Raised in a musical household, both parents met as members of the UCLA marching band. His father, Gilbert Robbins, went on to join the influential folk ensemble The Highwaymen in the early sixties. Steeped in a creative environment, Robbins’ first memories include hanging out as child at the Gaslight in Greenwich Village which his father managed. Says Robbins: “My first desire to perform came from watching him on stage. I remember it as so intoxicating. Audiences were encouraged to sing along and be part of the event. That is a relationship I’ve been seeking all my life, that alchemy between performer and audience.” The years leading up to his recording debut at age 50 were spent finding his voice as a songwriter and performer. Robbins has long written songs and performed in small venues, but has kept it under the radar – until now. “I have too much respect for music to put out something that wasn’t coming from a genuine place.” Before recording his first album Robbins wanted to “understand what my voice was and what kind of stories I wanted to tell. I think I’m ready to tell those stories now.”

Source: 429 Records – July 18, 2011


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