Tooth & Nail Records continues to find talent with a dash of attitude, and Queens Club is no exception.  Hailing from Kansas City, Queens Club debuted last night on the DANCE! RAWR! DANCE! tour with Family Force 5, Breathe Carolina, Cash Cash & I Rival (tour dates below).  Their “The Nightmarer EP” will be available on the road as well as Zambooie.com and released on iTunes in the coming weeks. For more info, visit their artist page on Toothandnail.com
Queens Club, formed in 2008 by ex-members of The Chariot, are unashamedly accessible. Their sound is in the vein of bands like Franz Ferdinand or Bloc Party.  Queens Club brings plenty of orginality and attitude to the table and claim they are destined heirs to the rock throne and are ready to rule the hearts of music lovers worldwide. Skeptical? Just wait until the  full-length label debut will releases in 2010.  Fans who have already had a chance to hear the band know exactly what defines Queens Club, and those who don’t will most assuredly join the Club.

Queens Club is: Jake Ryan, Daniel Eaton, Andrew Nichols and Tyler Bottles.  You can find out more and hear some samples at myspace.com/queensclubus and follow the band on Twitter @QNS_CLB.

Queens Club is available for phone, email or in-person interviews.

TOUR DATES: (all subject to changes)
DANCE! RAWR! DANCE! 3 TOUR W/ FAMILY FORCE 5, BREATHE CAROLINA, CASH CASH & I RIVAL

SEP 17 2009
HOUSE OF BLUES
CHICAGO, ILLINOIS

SEP 18 2009
NEWPORT MUSIC HALL
COLUMBUS, OHIO

SEP 20 2009
CHAMELEON CLUB
LANCASTER, PENNSYLVANIA

SEP 22 2009
MIDDLE EAST
BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS

SEP 23 2009
HIGHLINE BALLROOM
NEW YORK, NEW YORK

SEP 24 2009
TOAD’S PLACE
NEW HAVEN, CONNECTICUT

SEP 26 2009
THE RAVE
MILWAUKEE, WISCONSIN

SEP 27 2009
THE CABOOZE
MINNEAPOLIS, MINNESOTA

SEP 29 2009
GOTHIC THEATRE
DENVER, COLORADO

SEP 30 2009
AVALON THEATER
SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH

OCT 1 2009
KNITTING FACTORY
BOISE, IDAHO

OCT 2 2009
EL CORAZON
SEATTLE, WASHINGTON

OCT 3 2009
HAWTHORNE THEATRE
PORTLAND, OREGON

OCT 4 2009
CLUB RETRO
ORANGEVALE, CALIFORNIA

OCT 6 2009
HOUSE OF BLUES
ANAHEIM, CALIFORNIA

OCT 7 2009
SOMA
SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA

OCT 8 2009
CLUBHOUSE
PHOENIX, ARIZONA

OCT 10 2009
HOUSE OF BLUES
DALLAS, TEXAS

OCT 11 2009
THE MARQUEE
TULSA, OKLAHOMA

OCT 13 2009
THE SQUARE ROOM
KNOXVILLE, TENNESSEE

OCT 14 2009
930 CLUB
WASHINGTON, WASHINGTON DC

OCT 15 2009
LINCOLN THEATRE
RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA

OCT 16 2009
AMOS SOUTHEND
CHARLOTTE, NORTH CAROLINA

OCT 17 2009
CENTER STAGE
ATL, GEORGIA

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