O’Brother, featured in the August issue of HM, is heading right back out on the road for most of November. They’ll be joined by Manchester Ballroom and The Front Bottoms.

HM also recently posted a gallery of O’Brother from their show in late September in Jacksonville, FL.

11/08 Charleston, SC – The Music Farm
11/09 Carrboro, NC – Cat’s Cradle
11/10 Richmond, VA – The National
11/12 Baltimore, MD – Ram’s Head Live
11/13 Brooklyn, NY – Music Hall Of Williamsburg
11/14 Wilmington, DE – World Cafe Live
11/15 Providence, RI – Lupo’s Heartbreak Hotel
11/16 Lancaster, PA – Chameleon Club
11/17 Columbus, OH – Newport Music Hall
11/19 Detroit, MI – St. Andrew’s Hall
11/20 Bloomington, IL – The Castle Theatre
11/21 Milwaukee, WI – The Rave
11/22 Columbia, MO – The Blue Note
11/23 Newport, KY – Southgate House
11/24 Birmingham, AL – WorkPlay Theatre
11/28-29 Atlanta, GA – The Stuffing @ Center Stage

via ThePRP


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