As soon as the winter snow begins to thaw, pop-rock duo The Camaromance will be loading up all their gear and heading out on a six-week tour of the country. The Montreal band will travel from coast to coast, playing 15 shows in between, with more yet to be confirmed. The tour is set to kick off on March 3rd in Montreal, eventually finishing up in Regina on April 10th, after a trip to the west coast and back.
During their cross-country adventure, the Camaromance will be making an appearance at Canadian Music Week in Toronto. The pair will be part of CMW's Break Thru Series at Holy Joe's on March 5th; they'll be taking the stage at 10pm. As they showcase their stuff at CMW and traipse across the country, The Camaromance will be playing in support of their debut album, which is the brilliantly titled 'Empty Picture Frames'.
Hailing from Montreal, the city Spin Magazine named the "Next Big Scene" in their February 2005 issue, The Camaromance self-released their 13-track debut last year to rave reviews. To hear quite a few of the songs off of the album, head over to the band's official site at: www.thecamaromance.com.
The Camaromance's upcoming shows:
March 3 Montreal, QC - Casa del Popolo
March 5 Toronto, ON - Holy Joe's (CMW)
March 6 Sainte-Martine, QC - Rec Center
March 10 Rimouski, QC - Caf» La Brulierie
March 17 Halifax, NS - Gus Pub
March 19 Sackville, NB - Mount Allison University
March 22 Kingston, ON - Elixir
March 23 Oshawa, ON - Velvet Elvis
March 29 Thunder Bay, ON - The Apollo
March 30 Winnipeg, MB - The Collective
April 2 Edmonton, AB - Queen Alex Hall
April 7 Vancouver, BC - The Pic
April 8 Vancouver, BC - The Main
April 9 Calgary, AB - The Outhouse
April 10 Regina, SK - The Exchange
Writer: Jaclyn Arndt