If You Miss Muse On Tour, You Have No One To Blame But Yourself

If there is only one show you manage to drag your lazy ass to all year, let me suggest one for you: Muse. The London-based trio are coming to the States for their first proper tour since 1999 and are hitting many cities they have never played before. Not only that, but if youíve never seen Muse live, and chances are you havenít, this is a gig not to miss, as Muse are one of the best live bands in the world. Period. The tour in support of their brilliant third LP, Absolution, will launch on April 9 in Atlanta and roll through most of the major North American markets, including making a stop at the Coachella Festival, before coming to a halt in Vancouver on May 10. Seriously, this is a band that must be seen to be believed, not to mention the fact that they play in front of 20,000 people in the UK and you can see them in front of 500 on this tour. You can thank me later.

04.09.04 - Atlanta, GA (Cotton Club)

04.12.04 - Philadelphia, PA (The Khyber)

04.14.04 - New York, NY (Bowery Ballroom)

04.15.04 - Boston, MA (Axis)

04.16.04 - Providence, RI (Lupo's At The Strand)

04.18.04 - Montreal, QC (Cabaret Music Hall)

04.19.04 - Toronto, ON (Mod Club)

04.21.04 - Rochester, NY (Water Street Music Hall)

04.22.04 - Detroit, MI (The Shelter)

04.23.04 - Chicago, IL (Metro . Smart Bar)

04.24.04 - Cincinnati, OH (Top Cats)

04.26.04 - St. Louis, MO (Mississippi Nights)

04.29.04 - Salt Lake City, UT (Club Sound)

05.02.04 - Indio, CA (Empire Polo Field)

05.03.04 - San Diego, CA (Brick By Brick)

05.04.04 - Sacramento, CA (Empire)

05.06.04 - San Francisco, CA (popscene @ 330 Ritch Street)

05.08.04 - Seattle, WA (Neumo's)

05.10.04 - Vancouver, BC (Richard's On Richards)

If You Miss Muse On Tour, You Have No One To Blame But Yourself