As fans continue with high anticipation for a new album, Hawaiian-bred Pepper is keeping us wanting more with the big announcement of a Spring Tour. Appropriately titled “Evening With Pepper,” the night will be an engagement solely between the trio and the adoring fans.
With exception of some shows and festivals, Pepper has been in the studio preparing their new music for a Summer 2013 release, with details right around the corner says the band.
Pepper’s drummer Yesod Williams shared, “We’re so unbelievably FROTHING to play again. It’s like we’ve been caged and were just ready to pounce. We’re not bringing any openers, just us! Hence the ‘Evening with Pepper,’ so there’s gonna be acoustic, new stuff, the usual suspects, maybe something we’ve never even heard of! Yeeeeeeew!!! It will be the full spectrum of Pepper, which is why we chose the small intimate venues!”
The intimate venues will make the evening even better! With sweet acoustics and small capacity, it really brings back the Pepper love, loyal fans have been waiting for.
Yesod stressed the importance and the value the fans have been for the band: “Thank you for being part of what we call the ‘Pepper Ohana,’ which is our family. We’re all family here, that’s what it starts and ends with!!! And most of all thank you, the gratitude for this is bigger than any one if us. Aloha…”
Pepper starts out the series of shows May 9 at the Troubadour in Los Angeles then it is off to perform 18 more shows in 8 more states. This is one for the books: new music, old music, and a reggae-rock favorite that is months away from dropping a highly awaited album! Check the dates below…
Upcoming Tour Dates
May 09 @ Troubadour. Los Angeles, CA
May 10 @ Belly Up Tavern. Solana Beach, CA
May 11 @ OMBAC Beach Music Festival. San Diego, CA
May 12 @ SLO Brewing Company. San Luis Obispo, CA
May 14 @ The Catalyst. Santa Cruz, CA
May 15 @ Fulton 55. Fresno, CA
May 16 @ Ace of Spades. Sacramento, CA
May 17 @ Phoenix Theater. Petaluma, CA
May 18 @ Senator Theater. Chico, CA
May 21 @ Domino Room. Bend, OR
May 22 @ Knitting Factory. Boise, ID
May 23 @ Knitting Factory. Spokane, WA?
May 24 @ The Wilma Theatre. Missoula, MT
May 25 @ Babcock Theatre. Billings, MT
May 27 @ The Historic Atlas Theater. Cheyenne, WY?
May 28 @ Fox Theater. Boulder, CO
Jun 07 @ Orpheum Theater.?Flagstaff, AZ
Jun 08 @ Hard Rock Hotel & Casino – Sound Waves Pool Stage. Las Vegas, NV?
Jun 09 @ Hard Rock Hotel & Casino – Rehab. Las Vegas, NV
Article By: Alyssa Torres
Photo By: David Norris
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