As dada goes into hiatus-mode for 2012, things are just starting to gear up for Phil and Joie’s other band, 7Horse. Be sure to head over to their band page on FaceBook to see if they’re headed to your neck of the woods. Ten dates have already been announced with more on the way. Let the 7Horse run.
At the NYE show at the Coach House, you’re sure going to get your money’s worth, as 7Horse and Mike Gurley and the Nightcaps will be opening for dada! Happy New Year!
If you don’t have your New Year’s Eve weekend tickets yet, then you had better get your ass in gear. As a part of the 20th Anniversary of dada’s debut release, Puzzle will be played in its entirety. That’s right, if you have a favorite Puzzle track you haven’t heard live before, it’s guaranteed to be played that weekend along with more favorites from the dada catalog. Show info and ticket links are available on the Tour page.
Joie & Phil’s band – 7Horse – has added two more dates. If you’re in Southern California, check them out at the Lot 1 Cafe in Echo Park on Tuesday, December 13th and then head on over to the Pig N’ Whistle in Hollywood on Saturday, December 17th. Two shows in one week = 7Horse.
dada will play the Brixton in Redondo Beach on December 29th as part of their mini West Coast tour to celebrate their 20th anniversary. Tickets are available now.
Utilizing their dada downtime well, Joie and Phil have started a new band called 7Horse. On November 11 & 12, 7 Horse will play the Pig & Whistle in Hollywood, CA. Be sure to stop by and check out the live debut from your new favorite band.
Joie Calio will be playing fan fave, The Saint in Asbury Park, NJ this Saturday, 8/27 @ 8:30pm sharp. Tickets available now. Please contact The Saint to confirm the show as Hurricane Irene is set to make the area a bit messy.
Change of plans, Joie will be playing Friday, 8/26 @ 10p at Trinity and the Pope at Mattison and Bond in Asbury Park.
Acoustic for Autism keeps on delivering, this time with an exclusive children’s song from Michael Gurley called “Penguins.” You can purchase a copy via iTunes right here. And be sure to pick-up all the other dada-related A4A tracks as well.