New Brunswick-based Canadian sweetheart Julie Doiron has plans to hit the road this June, beginning with a June run around Ontario and Quebec. Montreal's Snailhouse, who is touring in support of his newest effort, The Silence Show, due June 14th, will join the songstress on the road.
Kicking off June 17th in the nation's capital, Doiron and Snailhouse currently have ten dates scheduled, with more to be confirmed (check www.juliedoiron.com for updates). Playing a show nearly every day, Doiron makes her last Canadian performance June 27th in Montreal before jetting off to wow the European crowds.
Still touring in support of her critically acclaimed Goodnight Nobody album, Doiron was once the bass player for Eric's Trip. Since the band called it quits in 1996, Doiron has released six solo albums, the most recent being Goodnight Nobody in September 2004.
Julie Doiron's confirmed dates with Snailhouse run as follows:
June 17, Ottawa, ON - Saw Gallery
June 18, Brantford, ON - The Ford Plant
June 19, Windsor, ON - The Phog Lounge
June 20, Waterloo, ON - The Jane Bond
June 21, Guelph, ON - Club Vinyl
June 22, London, ON - Alex P Keaton
June 23, Hamilton, ON - Casbah
June 25, Kingston, ON - The Grad Club
June 26, Toronto, ON - Wavelength @ Sneaky Dee's
June 27 Montreal, QC - La Sala Rossa
Writer: Jaclyn Arndt