Stone River Boys announce tour
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Stone River Boys announce tour

Wednesday, May 12, 2010 – With the release of "Love On The Dial" right around the corner, Austin's Stone River Boys are ready to hit the road. The band will be tour through early August in the southeast and west.

The band includes Mike Barfield and Dave Gonzalez along with Scott Esbeck, Gary Newcombe and Mark Patterson. Their debut will be out June 1 on Cow Island Music.

Tour dates are:
May 12 New Orleans, LA, Chickie Wah Wah with the Iguanas
May 13 Montgomery, AL, Capitol Oyster Bar
May 14 Jacksonville, FL, Jack Rabbits
May 15 Tampa, FL, WMNF Heatwave Festival
May 16 Orlando, FL, The Plaza Theatre
May 21 Dallas,TX, All Good Café
May 22 Norman, OK, The Brewhouse
May 23 West Siloam Springs, OK, Cherokee Casino
May 28 Austin, Continental Club, CD Release Party
May 30 Corpus Christi, TX, Dr. Rockets
June 3 Denton, TX, Dan's Silver Leaf
June 4 Dallas, TX, All Good Cafe
June 5 Houston, Continental Club, CD Release Party
June 10 Santa Rosa, CA, KRSH Backyard Concert Series
June 11 Nicasio, CA, Rancho Nicasio
June 12 Winters, CA, The Palms
June 13 Redding, CA, Johnny's Cathouse
June 16 Santa Cruz, CA, Moes Alley
June 17 Ventura, CA, Yoly's
June 18 Reseda, CA, Webbers CD Release Party
June 19 TBA
June 20 Solana Beach, CA, The Belly Up Tavern CD Release Party
June 25 San Diego, CA, The Casbah CD Release Party
June 26 Oceanside, CA, Private Party
July 1 Phoenix, AZ, The Rhythm Room
July 2 Tucson, AZ, The Hut
July 3 Alpine, TX, Railroad Blues
July 7 Austin, TX, Continental Club
July 14 Austin, TX, Continental Club
July 22-23 Central City, CO, Fortune Valley Casino & Hotel
July 24 Golden, CO, Buffalo Bill Days
Aug 7-8 Portland, OR, Pickathon Festival


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CD review - Love on the Dial Fueled by Dave Gonzales's taut leads and baritone rhythm along with the fluid drive of Dave Biller and Fuzzy Blazek's pedal steel, the Stone River Boys push the old Hacienda Brothers message that the genres of country and soul are basically the same thing. They're not, of course, but sometimes it's fun to hear the band's sonic argument. Former Paladins member, Gonzales once again takes a backseat to a cat whose voice embraces both c&w and R&B a la the late ...


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