To continue the celebration train for the 10th anniversary of their 2006 release Keep Your Heart, The Loved Ones have announced a few more dates for the West Coast and Midwest. You can click read more to see a statement from singer Dave Hause and to view the tour dates.
The Loved Ones was the first band I had ever been the singer of, and Keep Your Heart was the first full record I ever wrote. It was born from a lot of pain, mostly losing my mom after she battled cancer for 6 months, so it was incredibly close to the bone. Writing and recording those songs with Michael and Mike was a cathartic, explosive, and eye opening experience that informed everything Iâ€™ve done since, and that record put the band on the map. Itâ€™s important to mark anniversaries and celebrate them, and Iâ€™m looking forward to revisiting these songs with all of The Loved Ones, from both recordsâ€™ line ups. That record was written as a love letter to my siblings as we grieved, and itâ€™ll be great to celebrate the 10 year anniversary of it with fans in the cities the band loved most when we were touring extensively. Going back to it and knowing you can heal from lifeâ€™s hardest struggles is something to celebrate, and I canâ€™t think of a better way to do so than in rock and roll clubs with friends and family, turned up loud.
|02/04/16||Los Angeles, CA||Troubadour||w/ toyGuitar|
|02/06/16||San Francisco, CA||Bottom Of The Hill||w/ toyGuitar|
|02/11/16||Minneapolis, MN||Triple Rock||w/Cheap Girls, Roger Harvey|
|02/12/16||Chicago, IL||Cobra Lounge||w/ Cheap Girls,Roger Harvey|
|02/18/16||Cambridge, MA||The Sinclair||w/ Cayetana|
|02/19/16||New York, NY||The Bowery Ballroom||w/ Cayetana, Friendship Commanders|
|02/20/16||Philadelphia, PA||Union Transfer||w/ Cayetana, Little Big League|