Gasoline Heart/Adam & Dave’s Bloodline October Tour

Music sounds better in the fall. And, in that spirit, Gasoline Heart and Adam & Dave’s Bloodline are embarking on a East Coast tour from October 12th-26th. Both bands are supporting new releases- Gasoline Heart’s “Nostalgia Ain’t What It Used To Be” and Adam & Dave’s “Boycott Classics.”
Both groups toured together recently in July, and the spirit of the shows was so undeniably exciting to all involved that it was decided to embark on another series of dates. Adam Garbinski and Dave Petersen joined Gasoline Heart in July (on guitar and drums respectively) adding quite a bit of camaraderie, musically and otherwise, to the proceedings.

Here is the list of shows that we will be playing

Oct 13th- Wonder Bar, New Jersey
5th & Ocean Ave, Asbury Park, 07712

Oct 14th- TBA

Oct 15th- Bar Matchless, Brooklyn, NYC
557 Manhattan Ave, Brooklyn, New York 11222

Oct 16th- Kung Fu Necktie, Philadelphia
1248 N Front St, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19122

Oct 17th- Howlers Coyote Cafe,Pittsburgh, PA
4509 Liberty Avenue. Pittsburgh, Pa 15224

Oct 18th- Big Car Gallery, Indianapolis
1043 Virginia Ave, Indianapolis, Indiana 46203

Oct 19th- Derby City Espresso, Louisville, KY
331 E Market St, Louisville, Kentucky 40202

Oct 20th- The End, Nashville, TN
2219 Elliston Pl, Nashville, Tennessee 37203

Oct 21st- TBA

Oct 22nd- The Hi-Tone, Memphis, TN
1913 Poplar Ave, Memphis, Tennessee 38104

Oct 23rd- Big Daddy’s, Tallahassee, FL
654 W Tennessee St, Tallahassee, Florida 32304

Oct 24th- The Backbooth, Orlando, FL
37 West Pine Street, Orlando, Florida 32801

Oct 25th- T.B.A, Tampa.Fl

Oct 26th- Propaganda,
6 S. J Street, Lake Worth,Fl 33460

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