Alejandro Escovedo plays Harley anniversary party with Springsteen
Monday, August 11, 2008
– Alejandro Escovedo will perform at Harley-Davidson's 105th Anniversary Celebration in Milwaukee on Aug. 30 with Bruce Springsteen. This will be the second time Escovedo has shared a stage with Springsteen; the first was in April of this year when they teamed up on Escovedo's single "Always a Friend." This show will mark Escovedo's return to touring after cancelling a handful of dates "due to exhaustion and fatigue," according to his publicist.
Escovedo recently released his ninth solo release "Real Animal."
Upcoming tour dates are:
Aug. 30 Milwaukee, WI Roadhouse at the Lakefront
Sept. 8 - San Diego, CA Belly-Up Tavern
Sept. 9 - Los Angeles, CA The Troubadour
Sept. 12 - San Francisco, CA Bimbo's 365 Club
Sept. 13 - Portland, OR Aladdin Theatre
Sept. 15 - Seattle, WA The Triple Door
Sept. 16 - Vancouver, BC Biltmore Cabaret
Sept. 17 - Boise, ID Egyptian Theatre
Sept. 19 - Denver, CO Bluebird Theatre
Sept. 20 - Lake City, CO Lake City Wine & Music Festival
Sept. 25 - Austin, TX Shady Grove
Sept. 26 - Austin, TX Zilker Park - Austin City Limits Music Festival
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