Canadian rocker David Usher has released the dates for his fall Canadian tour in support of his latest album, Strange Birds.
Thus far, thirteen dates have been announced, starting in the beginning of October in Vancouver and ending in the middle of November in Markham. Tickets for some of the shows are already on sale, with the rest soon to be following in the next few days.
The second single from fifth solo record of the former Moist frontman is "Ugly is Beautiful", which just hit radio and video airwaves last month. Once more a Canadian, Usher is currently making the move back to Montreal in the coming months, after having lived in New York for the past few years. During the late 1990s, Usher and the rest of Moist had made the Canadian city their home until the band went into a state of indefinite hiatus.
The dates so far:
Oct. 5th, Vancouver, BC - Commodore Ballroom
Oct. 7th, Banff, AB - Wild Bill's
Oct. 10th, Calgary, AB - The Whiskey
Oct. 11th, Regina, SK - University of Regina Student Union Multipurpose Room
Oct. 13th, Winnipeg, MB - Mybar, Canad Inns
Oct. 17th, Kingston, ON - AJ's Hanger
Oct. 18th, Toronto, ON - The Phoenix Concert Theatre
Oct. 19th, Ottawa, ON - Capital Music Hall
Oct. 20th, Montreal, QC - Metropolis
Nov. 9th, Saint-Andr»-Avellin, QC - Theatre des Quatre Sķurs
Nov. 17th, Markham, ON - Markham Theatre for Performing Arts
Writer: Stephanie Ng Wan