Norfolk rock band Mae is celebrating the 10th anniversary of their much-loved album The Everglow by returning to the stage for select performances in 2015. The album, originally released in 2005, is the band’s most successful record to date. Mae will play the full album at each performance.

Mae formed in 2001 and released four full-length albums and three EPs via Tooth and Nail and Capitol Records, selling over half a million copies en masse. This influential band has toured the world with groups like Foo Fighters, Weezer, The Fray, Circa Survive and many others. You can hear and see songs like “Suspension,” “Someone Else’s Arms,” and “Anything” performed live when Mae visits your city.

Jan 2, 2015 – Philadelphia, PA – Electric Factory
Jan 3, 2015 – Norfolk, VA – The Norva
Jan 7, 2015 – New York, NY – Highline Ballroom

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