Andrew Jackson Jihad's Sean Bonnette and Cheap Girls' Ian Graham have announced plans to embark on a solo tour together in April. Bonnette will be playing a variety of different songs ranging from "old, new, covers, deep cuts, etc" and plans to have a clip board at the merchandise table where fans can write down requests. Mark Glick, founder of Anxiety Machine Records, will also be joining the tour.
Andrew Jackson Jihad released Knife Man in 2011 whereas Cheap Girls released Giant Orange in 2012 as well as an acoustic record last month with proceeds from the release going towards Graham's recent surgery.
|4.11||House CafĂ©||Dekalb, IL|
|4.13||Blue Moose||Iowa City, IA|
|4.15||Firebird||St. Louis, MO|
|4.16||The Owlery||Bloomington, IN *With Ghost Mice|
|4.17||222 Ormsby||Pittsburgh, PA|
|4.19||The Champ||Lemoyne, PA|
|4.20||Stevens Institute of Technology (Free for Stevens students, $5 general public)||Hoboken, NJ|
|4.22||Firehouse 13||Providence, RI|
|4.23||Great Scott||Allston, MA|
|4.24||Tralf Music Studio Stage||Buffalo, NY|
|4.25||The Basement||Columbus, OH|
|4.27||Macâ??s Bar||Lansing, MI|