Supporting the release of his debut album as A Rose By Any Other Name, Josh Scogin has announced his first string of tour dates for this solo project. While widely known for his work in heavy music (The Chariot/Norma Jean) this is the world’s first look at his acoustic rock/alt-country compositions. Confirmed dates below:

Fri. July 16th: The 7 Venue Douglasville, GA
Sat. July 17th: The Warehouse East Ridge, TN
Sun. July 18th: AMP’d @ The Regeneration Ft. Smith, AR
Mon. July 19th: The Lindale Library St., Lindale, TX
Tues. July 20th: Eisenbergs Skatepark Plano, TX
July 22nd: Art Ambush Waco, TX
Fri. July 23rd: Emo’s (early show) Austin,TX
Sun. July 25th: Shadowplay Lounge The Woodlands, TX

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