Green River Ordinance Fall Tour 2012

9/7 – Odessa, TX
Graham Central Station, supporting Josh Abbott Band

9/8 – College Staton, TX
Grand Stafford Theater w/ John David Kent

9/12 – San Antonio, TX
Sam’s Burger Joint w/ John David Kent

9/13 – Houston, TX
Warehouse w/ John David Kent

9/14 – Austin, TX
The Parish

9/15 – Ft Worth, TX
Live Oak

9/16 – Ft Worth, TX
Live Oak w/ John David Kent

9/20 – Orlando, FL
The Social w/ Nathan Angelo

9/22 – Charlotte, NC
Chop Shop-Noda w/ Nathan Angelo

9/27 – Charleston, SC
Windjammer w/ Nathan Angelo

9/28 – Atlanta, GA
Vinyl w/ Nathan Angelo

9/29 – Nashville, TN
Exit/In

10/11 – St. Louis, MO
Old Rock House w/ Brendan James

10/12 – Des Moines, IA
Wooly’s w/ Brendan James

10/14 – Minneapolis, MN
Triple Rock Social Club w/ Brendan James

11/1 – Columbus, OH
The Basement

11/2 – Indianapolis, IN
First Friday Food Truck Fest at Old National Center

11/3 – Grand Rapids, MI
The Intersection Front Room w/ Brendan James

11/4 – Chicago, IL
Lincoln Hall

11/7 – Philadelphia, PA
World Cafe Live w/ Andy Davis

11/8 – New York, NY
Studio @ Webster w/ Andy Davis

11/9 – Boston, MA
Brighton Music Hall w/ Andy Davis

11/11 – Washington, DC
Rock and Roll Hotel

11/16 – Birmingham, AL
Workplay Theater w/ Andy Davis


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