Canadian alt-rockers Finger Eleven are hitting the road this spring.
The band with a strong Canadian following just released their newest record Them vs. You vs. Me earlier this month.
Recently they also recorded the John Lennon song "Look At Me" for the Amnesty International 'Make Some Noise' Project in Canada that aims to "inspire a new generation to celebrate and stand up for human rights through the works of John Lennon" according to Finger Eleven's Official website. The single has been available on the Amnesty website since March 19. You can also find singles by K-os, Barenaked Ladies and David Usher on the site.
They will also be heading out on the road to support their new album going across the country to these fine venues:
April 19, Whistler, BC - Outdoor Concert Series for World Ski & Snowboard Festival
April 26, Quebec City, QC - Capitole
April 28, Montreal, QC - Le National
April 30, Ottawa, ON - Capital Music Hall
May 1, Toronto, ON - Kool Haus
May 7, Winnipeg, MB - Burton Cummings Theatre
May 8, Saskatoon, SK - Prairieland Park
May 10, Edmonton, AB - Event's Centre
May 11, Calgary, AB - MacEwan Hall
May 13, Victoria, BC - Curling Club
May 14, Vancouver, BC - Croatian Cultural Centre
Writer: Michelle Garcia