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Keneally-Bendian-Lunn May 2014 Tour

If you're hankering for a heaping helping of musical goodness, here's your chance to catch Mike Keneally, Gregg Bendian, and Doug Lunn are touring as a trio with a string of dates. See below for the details.

by Jon Davis, Published 2014-04-21

From The Keneallist:

Keneally-Bendian-Lunn May 2014 U.S. Tour

Thursday, May 15

Douglas Corner
2106 8th Ave S. Nashville, TN 37204
615.298.1688
$15 tix
Doors 8pm

Friday, May 16
Firebird (The Demo)
2706 Olive Ave St. Louis, MO 63103
315.913.6384
$20 tix
Doors 8pm

Saturday, May 17
Reggie’s (Music Joint)
2105 S. State St. Chicago, IL 60616
312.949.0120
$20 tix
Doors 8pm

Sunday, May 18
Guitar Works
996 South Indiana 135 Greenwood, IN 46134
317.885.1501
$15 tix
Doors 6:20pm

Tuesday, May 20
Rumba Café
2507 Summit St. Columbus, OH 43202
614.268.1841
$20 tix
Doors 7:30pm

Thursday, May 22
Orion Studios
2903 Whittington Ave #C Baltimore, MD 21230
410.646.7334
$25 tix
Doors 8pm

Friday, May 23
Milkboy
1100 Chestnut St. Philadelphia, PA 19107
215.925.6455
$20 tix
Doors 8:30pm

Saturday, May 24
The Cutting Room
44 East 32nd Street (between Park Ave and Madison Ave) New York, NY 10016
212.691.1900
$15 tix advance, $20 at the door
Doors: 6pm

Sunday, May 25
KJ Farrell’s
242 Pettit Ave. Bellmore, NY 11710
516.804.9925
$20 tix
Doors 6:30pm

Monday, May 26
NJ Proghouse
Roxy & Dukes
745 Bound Brook Rd. Dunellen, NJ 08812
862.245.1780
$27 advance tix, $35 at the door
Doors 6pm

Tuesday, May 27
The Middle East (upstairs)
472-480 Massachusetts Ave. Central Square Cambridge, MA 02139
617.864.3278
$15 tix
Doors 8pm

Wednesday, May 28
Bearsville Theater
291 Tinker Street (Route 212) Woodstock, NY 12498
845.679.4406
$20 tix
Doors 7pm

Friday, May 30
The Empty Glass
410 Elizabeth St. Charleston, WV 25311
304.345.3914
$15 tix
Doors 9pm

Sunday, May 31
Arts on Main Pavilion
201 E Main St. Scottsville, KY 42164
270.237.4062
Free!
7pm showtime


Filed under: Concerts

Related artist(s): Gregg Bendian, Mike Keneally

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