Self-described as truthful and unapologetic while still being gutsy and timeless, Broke City is a band that has seemingly gone to hell and back in a short period of time. Having experienced a major label whirlwind, the band has emerged on the other side stronger and more independent than ever.
The band is now ready to embark on their first major tour of 2009, saying "We are excited to get back on the road, see some old faces and see some new places while making new friends as well. Some of the cities we are going to we have played in before so we want to make sure our fans know we are coming back, and if you are a new fan, come out and say hello!"
Broke City released their debut full-length album "Love is Never Enough" in 2004, and released their EP "This Could Be Your Life" in 2005 which garnered major label attention. In 2006, the band signed to Maverick Records and recorded another full-length album, "The Answer." In the summer of 2006, the label folded, leaving Broke City with an album to release independently, a tour van, and a story to tell about going from independent to a major label, and back to an independent band once again. Voted the "Best Unsigned Band in the USA" by The Global Battle of the Bands of London, England in December 2008, Broke City is ready to take the United States by storm.
April 16 – Bunkhouse Saloon – Las Vegas, Nevada
April 17 – Velour – Provo, Utah
April 18 – Locus Live – Rexburg, Idaho
April 19 – Barrie's – Pocatello, Idaho
April 20 – The Filling Station – Bozeman, Montana
April 21 – The Big Dipper – Spokane, Washington
April 25 – Manette Saloon – Bremerton, Washington
April 27 – The Ash Street Saloon – Portland, Oregon
April 30 – The Venue – Boise, Idaho
May 9 – Surf City Saloon – Huntington Beach, California
June 6 – Summerfest at The Amphitheatre – Cortez, Colorado
June 7 – Hensley's Flying Elephant Pub – Carlsbad, California
June 12 – The Electric Theatre – St. George, Utah
June 13 – Kilby Court – Salt Lake City, Utah