After closing out 2013 playing a NYE weekend run with the Dirty Heads through their home state of Hawaii, Pepper will crank right back up in 2014, as the band has recently announced a run of west coast dates with DC quartet Lionize.
2013 featured the return of Pepper! Kicking off the fall season, the band released their first full-length studio album in over 5 years, made their 1st appearance on national TV, playing Jimmy Kimmel Live, and played an extensive nation-wide tour.
Jumping right back on the road, in 2014 the band will continue on with the momentum from the release of their new self titled record. Beginning January 16th at the Canyon Club in Agoura Hills, California, Pepper is poised to play 16 dates. Predominantly touring through California, Pepper has also planned 7 shows throughout Colorado, a night in Boise and a night in Salt Lake City.
Supporting Pepper on their 2014 Winter Tour will be none other than the sound-fusing quartet, Lionize. Based in the Northeast and known for an electrifying live set filled with groove-heavy Rock, Lionize is quickly becoming known for more that the straight-ahead Reggae-Rock style, constantly mixing up the set, making it funky.
Lionize will hit the road hard in the New Year, promoting the February 18th release of the band’s forthcoming record Jetpack Soundtrack. Lionize will start the year with a 5-night headlining run stretching from West Virginia down to Arizona, before meeting up in California to tour with Pepper.
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Article By: Aaron Solomon
WATCH: Pepper perform from KROQ’s Red Bull Sound Space playing “Mess Around (All Night)” from their new self-titled album.