Tyler, Texas quintet Eisley will kick off their seven-week “Over the River and Through the Wood Tour” on October 9 in Lake Charles, Louisiana. The run will circle the U.S., first hitting the Southeast, then East Coast, Midwest and West Coast before cycling back to North Texas for a final date in Dallas on November 27. Ives The Band and Christie DuPree — younger sister of Eisley’s Chauntelle, Sherri, Stacy and Weston DuPree, and cousin of bassist Garron DuPree — will support all dates. See below for a complete list of confirmed dates.

Eisley are currently finalizing plans to release their long-awaited third LP, following their separation from longtime label Warner/Reprise earlier this year. More details on label and release date will be announced in the coming weeks. Eisley’s latest LP release was 2007’s “Combinations,” followed by the “Fire Kites” digital EP last year. Eisley singer/guitarist Sherri DuPree recently posted a solo version of Neutral Milk Hotel’s “Two-Headed Boy, Pt. 2,” which is available from the Dallas Observer’s website: http://bit.ly/aDcjPQ

EISLEY “OVER THE RIVER AND THROUGH THE WOOD TOUR” DATES

October
9 — Lake Charles, LA — AJs Bar and Grill 10 — New Orleans, LA — Tipitina’s Uptown
12 — Pensacola, FL — Vinyl Music Hall
14 — Gainesville, FL — 1982 Bar
15 — Tampa, FL — Crowbar
16 — Orlando, FL — The Social
17 — Tallahassee, FL — Club Downunder
19 — Atlanta, GA — The Loft
20 — Greenville, SC — The Handlebar
21 — New York, NY — Gramercy Theatre
22 — Farmingdale, NY — The Crazy Donkey
23 — Asbury Park, NJ — The Wonder Bar
24 — Washington, DC — Rock N Roll Hotel
25 — Philadelphia, PA — North Star Bar
27 — Boston, MA — The Red Room @ Cafe 939
29 — East Lansing, MI — Union Ballroom @ Michigan State Univ.
31 — Detroit, MI — Magic Stick

November
1 — Akron, OH — Musica
2 — Chicago, IL — Lincoln Hall
3 — Indianapolis, IN — Earth House
4 — Minneapolis, MN — The Varsity Theater
5 — Des Moines, IA — The Vaudeville Mews
7 — Milwaukee, WI — Turner Hall Ballroom
8 — Omaha, NE — The Waiting Room
9 — Denver, CO — Bluebird Theater
10 — Salt Lake City, UT — In The Venue
12 — Boise, ID — (venue tba)
13 — Portland, OR — Wonder Ballroom
14 — Eugene, OR — WOW Hall
15 — Seattle, WA — Chop Suey
17-18 — San Francisco, CA — (venue tba)
19 — San Diego, CA — Soma Sidestage
20 — Santa Barbara, CA — Velvet Jones
21 — Los Angeles, CA — El Rey Theatre
24 — Austin, TX — The Parish
26 — Houston, TX — Warehouse Live Studio
27 — Dallas, TX — The Loft

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Eisley official website:
http://www.eisley.com/

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