Seryn : on tour
New Seryn dates are at the bottom.
Also check out video from the new live session the band did at Ardent Studios in Memphis here.
Seryn : This Is Where We Are cd / lp / mp3  available now :  www.velvetbluemusic.com
Tracks, bio, photo, dates, etc : here.
‘River Song’ video here.
Named as the # 1 performance of SXSW” – Paste Magazine

“It certainly pays to have a jack-of-all-trades in your band, but when you have 5, the results are magical” – Magnet Magazine

It is one of the years best albums, local or otherwise” – Ft. Worth Star Telegram

“A great album that is filled with anything but redundancy; the kind of debut that is definitely full of promise – Delusions of Adequacy

Seryn
10/01  Ft. Worth, TX @ Ft. Worth Music Festival w/ Dawes & Telegraph Canyon
10/04  Birmingham, AL @ Bottletree
10/05  Opekila, AL @ Eighth & Rail
10/06  Atlanta, GA @ Catalyst
10/07  Decatur, GA @ Eddies Attic
10/08  Athens, GA @ Caledonia Lounge
10/09  St. Simeons, GA @ Neptune Park
10/10  Tallahassee, FL @ Mockingbird Cafe
10/14  Greensboro, NC @ Blind Tiger
10/15  Harrisonburg, VA @ Clementine Cafe
10/17  Philadelphia, PA @ North Star Bar
10/18  Newark, DE @ Mojo Main
10/19 – 22  New York @ CMJ
10/27  Dallas, TX @ AT&T Performing Arts Center
11/05  Denton, TX @ Dans Silverleaf
11/17  Ft. Worth, TX @ The Modern
12/09  Austin, TX @ Mohawk
AND . . . . .
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