Uncategorized | December 19, 2007
As proven by what seems like a million bands before, planning and executing a winter concert tour in the northwestern U.S. can be quite a challenge. This winter, three northwestern-based alt-rock groups plan to tackle that challenge one isolated snow-storm at a time.
Having just returned home from their first national headlining tour, Spokane, Washington, natives Paper Mache prepare to tackle even more U.S. cities only weeks after wrapping up work on their second studio album, “Easier to Lose.” This time around; however; they’ll be treating Wyoming to three fun-filled nights of music and stories in the best way they know how: live and in concert.
Joining Paper Mache on their northwestern winter escapade will be Missoula, Montana, rockers AutomaticBoy and Indianapolis natives Eyes Like Aster. With two band members who are Riverton natives; AutomaticBoy is proud and happy to be playing for their home-crowd again. The tour kicks off Feb. 5 in Helena, Mont., and will wrap up in Spokane on Feb. 13 with stops in Casper (Feb. 9), Laramie (Feb. 10) and Riverton (Feb. 11). Ticket info and pricing is available on www.MySpace.com/PaperMacheMusic or www.MySpace.com/AutomaticBoyMusic