American Music Club Re-Open Doors With Tour, Hits Comp, New Album

Longtime SF indie faves American Music Club are reforming after 10 years away from the spotlight. Mark Eitzel and fellow AMCers Tim Mooney, Dan Pearson, and Vudi will play a set of spread-out dates in February, March and April to commemorate their re-entering the live fray, their new album on the way, and in celebration of a new compilation of the bandís songs from 1984-1995, including of album tracks, unreleased demos, b-sides, and rare live tracks thatís due out in March. The bandís hometown of SF will be the launch point on February 29 for a Noise Pop Festival gig, and the band will play a handful of gigs over the next month, including a pair of SXSW dates. April Foolsí Day will see the last date of this short jaunt, with a concert in Seattle. Look for the compilation from March 1, exclusively on American Music Clubís website,
while the bandís new record, You Better Watch What You Say, is due in stores later this year.

02.29.04 - San Francisco, CA (Great American Music Hall)

03.07.04 - Minneapolis, MN (Fine Line Music Cafe)

03.12.04 - Los Angeles, CA (El Rey Theatre)

03.19.04 - Austin, TX (SxSW Convention)

03.20.04 - Austin, TX (SxSW Convention)

03.26.04 - Chicago, IL (Old Town School Of Folk Music)

03.30.04 - New York, NY (Bowery Ballroom)

04.01.04 - Seattle, WA (Crocodile Cafe)

American Music Club Re-Open Doors With Tour, Hits Comp, New Album