Davy Knowles and Back Door Slam Back On The Road


11/30/2009
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Davy Knowles and Back Door Slam resumed their North American tour on November 20 in support of the Blix Street Records album Coming Up For Air, produced by Grammy Award-winning guitarist Peter Frampton.

The band has been touring non-stop since the album's release in June, most recently making its Australian debut with shows in Perth, Melbourne and Sydney following a stop in London and a triumphant homecoming to Knowles' native Isle of Man (in the Irish Sea between Belfast and Liverpool).

To coincide with the U.S. fall tour, superstore Best Buy is hosting a series of guitar clinics presented by Best Buy Musical Instruments at which Knowles, the 22-year-old singer, songwriter and guitar prodigy, will perform live in the store and discuss guitar playing, highlighting his learning curve as an artist, his style and his equipment. He will also touch on what it's been like to work with guitar masters such as Peter Frampton, Joe Satriani, Jeff Beck, Warren Haynes and Paul Reed Smith during his short, but meteoric career. The first of the guitar clinics took place on Sunday, November 22 at the Best Buy in Ann Arbor, Michigan, followed that evening by the band's appearance at The Shelter in Detroit.

November 30--Bowery Ballroom, New York City. December 2--The Pourhouse, Charleston, SC; 3--The Loft, Atlanta; 5--Warehouse Live, Houston; 6-S-tubb's BBQ, Austin; 7--House of Blues, Cambridge Room, Dallas; 10-Soiled Dove, Denver; 12--Crocodile Café, Seattle 13--Berbatis Pan, Portland; 15--The Independent, San Francisco; and 31--World Café, Philadelphia.



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