Brooklyn-based nine-piece funk outfit Turkuaz has announced an upcoming batch of east coast spring tour dates, which will see the band cover ground all the way from Vermont to Florida, with plenty of stops in between. Aqueous will be joining the fun at select stops on Turkuaz’s extensive “Life In The City Tour”.Turkuaz’s lengthy tour comes in support of their recently released album, Life In The City, which marks Turkuaz’s fifth album, following up 2015’s Digitonium. Notably, one of the album’s nine tracks, “If I Ever Fall Asleep”, was produced by Talking Heads keyboardist Jerry Harrison and engineered by ET Thorngren.The newly added tour dates will begin in State College, PA’s State Theatre on April 4th, before stops at Hartford, CT’s Infinity Hall (4/5); Brooklyn, NY’s Brooklyn Steel (4/6); Ithaca, NY’s The Haunt (4/11); Washington, D.C.’s 9:30 Club (4/12); Charlotte, NC’s The Underground (4/13); Burlington, VT’s Higher Ground (4/18); Woodstock, NY’s Bearsville Theater (4/19); Boston, MA’s Paradise Rock Club (4/20); Charleston, SC’s Pour House (4/25); Tampa, FL’s Crowbar (4/26); with a final show at Miami, FL’s North Beach Bandshell on April 27th.Tickets for the newly announced shows go on sale this Friday, January 25th at 10 a.m. local time. For ticketing and more information, head to the band’s website here.Turkuaz “Life In The City Tour” (newly added dates bolded):January 23 Fayetteville, AR @ George’s Majestic LoungeJanuary 24 Dallas, TX @ Deep Ellum Art CompanyJanuary 25 Austin, TX @ Antone’sJanuary 26 Houston, TX @ Last Concert Café^^January 29 Tucson, AZ @ 191 Toole ^^January 30 Phoenix, AZ @ Last Exit Live ^^January 31 Solana Beach, CA @ Belly Up ^^February 1 Los Angeles, CA @ Teragram Ballroom ^^February 2 San Francisco, CA @ The Fillmore ^^February 5 Ashland, OR @ Ashland Armory $$February 6 Bend, OR @ Domino Room $$February 7 Eugene, OR @ HiFi Music Hall $$February 8 Portland, OR @ Wonder Ballroom $$February 9 Seattle, WA @ Neumos $$February 10 Bellingham, WA @ Wild Buffalo $$February 12 Missoula, MT @ Top Hat Lounge ++February 13 Bozeman, MT @ The Rialto ++February 15 Frisco, CO @ 10 Mile Music Hall ++February 16 Denver, CO @ Ogden Theatre ++March 5 Snowmass Village, CO @ Bud Lite Hi Fi Concert SeriesMarch 7 Kansas City, MO @ Knuckleheads ^^March 8 St. Louis, MO @ Delmar Hall ^^March 9 Milwaukee, WI @ Miramar Theatre ^^March 10 Detroit, MI @ El Club ^^March 14 Louisville, KY @ Gravely BrewingMarch 15-16 Columbus, OH @ St. Fatty’s Daze FestivalApril 4 State College, PA @ The State Theatre ~April 5 Hartford, CT @ Infinity Hall ~April 6 Brooklyn, NY @ Brooklyn Steel ~April 11 Ithaca, NY @ The HauntApril 12 Washington, DC @ 9:30 Club ~April 13 Charlotte, NC @ The UndergroundApril 18 Burlington, VT @ Higher GroundApril 19 Woodstock, NY @ Bearsville TheaterApril 20 Boston, MA @ Paradise Rock ClubApril 21 Atlanta, GA @ Sweetwater 420 FestivalApril 25 Charleston, SC @ The Charleston Pour HouseApril 26 Tampa, FL @ CrowbarApril 27 Miami, FL @ North Beach BandshellMay 3 New Orleans, LA @ Tipitina’sMay 26 Napa, CA @ Bottle Rock Festival^^ with Paris Monster$$ with Object Heavy++ Eminence Ensemble~ w/ AqueousView All Tour Dates
Related Shows The Last Ship What have you got? A new musical by a Grammy-winning rock star. The Last Ship, penned by Sting, will bring a lively English shipyard to the Great White Way this fall. Featuring a book by John Logan and Brian Yorkey and directed by Joe Mantello, the musical played a pre-Broadway engagement in Chicago earlier this summer. Broadway.com has an exclusive first look at the tuner’s stunning TV spot, where you can spot stars Jimmy Nail, Michael Esper, Rachel Tucker and more. Check it out below, then catch The Last Ship at the Neil Simon Theatre beginning September 29. View Comments Show Closed This production ended its run on Jan. 24, 2015
A disastrous second quarter where Denver scored 40 points was too much for the Clippers to overcome, especially with Griffin, Paul and Redick on the bench in suits.“It was one quarter that killed us,” Doc Rivers said. “I thought we lost our energy.”The Clippers had lost two straight after pulling out a short-handed win over the San Antonio Spurs, a microcosm of their season. Against the league’s best (with the exception of the Golden State Warriors), they’ve been sharp. Against the so-so teams, they’ve been consistently inconsistent.Eight of the Clippers’ last nine losses have come against teams with losing records.Like the game against the Dallas Mavericks, the Clippers owned a fourth-quarter lead, and like the game against the Dallas Mavericks, they couldn’t protect it. Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error LOS ANGELES >> The Clippers made a run Monday night, getting stops, scoring buckets and forcing Denver to take a timeout. J.J. Redick and Chris Paul pumped their fists. Blake Griffin put his right hand high in the air.That the Clippers’ stars were so invested in a December game against a sub .500 team was certainly notable. That the three looked more like men’s wear catalog models was a bit more newsworthy.Injuries or not, fourth game in five nights or first game after a week’s rest, Monday was a win the Clippers needed. And, they didn’t get it.Denver came back from seven down in the fourth quarter to beat the Clippers 106-102 at Staples Center. It’s their third-straight loss to teams with losing record. “I saw some fatigue down the stretch,” Rivers said.The Clippers led my as many as seven thanks to big minutes from reserves Brandon Bass and Marreese Speights. But when the reserve frontcourt went to the bench and DeAndre Jordan entered, Denver made a run.Nikola Jokic, the Nuggets’ skilled center, scored five points in a quick 9-2 burst that put Denver in front.“Shouldn’t have happened,” Rivers said of the scores. “Those were huge shots, though.”A dunk from Jordan got the Clippers back to within one, but Will Barton’s jumper in the paint gave the Nuggets a three-point cushion with 35.2 seconds left.The Clippers ran a play to get Speights a 3, but the reserve big man couldn’t knock down the game-tying 3.The Clippers trailed by as many as 17 Monday, as Denver took advantage of sloppy play from the undermanned Clippers. The Nuggets second quarter, turning a tied game into a blowout by making more than 80 percent of their shots.The Clippers, to their credit, responded. Led by Jamal Crawford’s 24 and Austin Rivers’ 19, the Clippers climbed back into the game, pushing ahead early in the fourth quarter.But Denver, which had three players with more than 20 points, kept charging and the Clippers couldn’t sustain.“We didn’t have a lot left,” Rivers said.The Clippers complete a brutal week on their schedule by traveling to New Orleans for a game Wednesday. From their, the end the week like they began it – with a back-to-back.The team ends 2016 with games in Houston and Oklahoma City before returning to Staples Center in 2017.