THE CANVAS WAITING
ANNOUNCED FOR DELUNA FEST


THIS CITY RELEASE TOUR 2012
Appearing with Candlebox & Neulore

6/22 – The V Ampitheatre, Davis OK w/ Candlebox
6/23 – House of Blues, Houston TX w/ Candlebox
6/24 – Emo’s, Austin TX w/ Candlebox
7/19 – Seville Quarter, Pensacola FL
7/20 – 5th Avenue Taproom, Tallahassee FL
7/21 – Eddie’s Attic, Atlanta GA w/ Neulore
7/22 – Natasha’s, Lexington KY w/ Neulore
7/23 – Martyr’s, Chicago IL w/ Neulore
7/24 – Birdy’s, Indianapolis IN w/ Neulore
7/25 – Bishop Bar, Bloomington IN w/ Neulore
7/26 – Uncle Slayton’s, Louisville KY w/ Neulore
7/27 – Cicero’s, St. Louis MO w/ Neulore
7/28 – Iron Horse Pub, Wichita Falls TX
9/22 – Deluna Fest, Pensacola FL w/ Pearl Jam, Foo Fighters & more

CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAND THE NEW SINGLE “THIS CITY”

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THIS CITY EP PROJECT

The Canvas Waiting will be releasing a song a month from June to December 2012. These 6 songs will then be combined as an EP release in early 2013. “This City” was the first single released June 12th. The 2nd single “Bizarre Love Triangle” will be released on July 17th.

The Canvas Waiting the first band ever to use Rev Coin as their merchant sales device. To learn more about Rev Coin, visit www.revcoin.com

The guys have been asked to guest-blog during their tour at Vivogig.com

EXCLUSIVE PUREVOLUME DOWNLOAD
Tuesday July 17th, “Bizarre Love Triangle” will available for free exclusively at Purevolume.com

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