The Hourly Radio To Spend More Time On The Road

The Dallas-based group The Hourly Radio has spent plenty of time away from home this year, playing dates from coast to coast including a month-long NYC residency. As 2006 begins to wind down, the band is still working hard to promote their debut LP, History Will Never Hold Me.

We first saw them back in June at the NYC venue The Annex. I was quite proud to see such a promising new band from my hometown, and their live show has only gotten better since then. For fans of Placebo, James and Echo & The Bunneymen, make sure you catch them if they happen to roll through your town.

10.24.06 - Albuquerque, NM (Burt's Tiki Lounge)
10.25.06 - Colorado Springs, CO (The Black Sheep)
10.26.06 - Lawrence, KS (The Replay)
10.29.06 - Chicago, IL (Darkroom)
11.02.06 - New York, NY (Don Hills - CMJ)
11.03.06 - Middletown, NJ (Room 2858)
11.17.06 - Fort Worth, TX (Wreck Room)
11.18.06 - Austin, TX (Houlihans)
11.25.06 - Oklahoma City, OK (The Conservatory)

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The Hourly Radio To Spend More Time On The Road