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Jaron travels long road on tour

Tuesday, August 23, 2011 – Jaron and The Long Road to Love, the man behind Pray For You, will hit the road next month, playing more than 60 cities.

Joining him for the trek will be former band leader for Last Call With Carson Daly, Joe Firstman. The tour kicks off on Saturday, Sept. 3 in Los Angeles, Calif. at Hotel Café. Recently celebrating the release of his new single, Beautiful Lies, featuring Big Kenny (Big & Rich), Lowenstein is hitting the road with new band members including Jon Loyd (Spin Doctors) on piano and vocals and show opener Joe Firstman doubling up as musical director.

Lowenstein, Firstman and Loyd also formed a new group together called "Cordovas," which will also play at the gigs.

Tour dates are:

Sept. 3 -- Hotel Café -- Los Angeles, CA

Sept. 4 -- Café Boogaloo -- Hermosa Beach, CA

Sept. 5 -- Zoey's Café -- Ventura, CA

Sept. 6 -- Velvet Jones -- Santa Barbara, CA

Sept. 8 -- The Rodeo Club -- San Jose, CA

Sept. 10 -- The Hotel Utah -- San Francisco, CA

Sept. 15 -- Kilby Court-- Salt Lake City, UT

Sept. 17 -- The Lazy Dog Lounge -- Boulder, CO

Sept. 18 -- The Soiled Dove Underground -- Denver, CO

Sept. 19 -- Aggie Theatre -- Fort Collins, CO

Sept. 22 -- Midnight Rodeo -- Jenks, OK

Sept. 23 -- Stickyz Rock n' Roll Chicken -- Little Rock, AR

Sept. 24 -- Harrah's Louisiana Downs -- Bossier City, LA

Sept. 27 -- The Vaudeville Mews -- Des Moines, IA

Oct. 2 -- Wildwood Station Pavillion -- Marshfield, WI

Oct. 4 -- Shank Hall -- Milwaukee, WI

Oct. 5 -- Joe's Bar -- Chicago, IL

Oct. 8 -- Frank LoBiondo Sr. Park- Deerfield -- Rosenhayn, NJ

Oct. 11 -- Rumba Café -- Columbus, OH

Oct. 15 -- Musica -- Akron, OH

Oct. 16 -- Elchelberger Performing Arts Center -- Hanover, PA

Oct. 17 -- Rockwood Music Hall -- New York, NY

Oct. 20 -- The Legendary Dobbs -- Philadelphia, PA

Oct. 21 -- Hill Country Barbecue Market -- Washington, D.C.

Oct. 25 -- The Pour House Music Hall -- Raleigh, NC

Oct. 27 -- The White Mule -- Columbia, SC

Nov. 3 -- Melting Point -- Athens, GA

Nov. 4 -- Peachtree Tavern -- Atlanta, GA

Nov. 10 -- The Prophet Bar -- Dallas, TX

Nov. 11 -- Midnight Rodeo -- Austin, TX

Nov. 15 -- The Capitol Theatre -- Yakima, WA

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