Critically acclaimed artist Carla Kihlstedt (Tin Hat Trio, Sleepytime Gorilla Museum, 2 Foot Yard, The Book of Knots) and husband Matthias Bossi(Skeleton Key, The Book of Knots, Mike Patton, Sleepytime Gorilla Museum) have teamed up for their new group Rabbit Rabbit. The first single "Curious One" is available below.
The band is kicking off a US tour this week that will include dates in NYC, Philadelphia, Atlanta, Chicago and more. See full list below. And of you're a fan yourself, check out this Experience package created by the band - giving fans a chance to hangout at the venue before the show, hear the new record, annouce the band from stage, and much more.
Rabbit Rabbit Tour Dates
7/10 - Cambridge, MA @ Club Passim
7/11 - Philadelphia, PA @ FUC Side Chapel
7/13 - New York, NY @ Joes Pub
7/14 - Pittsburgh, PA @ Garfield Artworks
7/16 - Louisville, KY @ Nelligan Hall
7/17 - Knoxville, TN @ The Pilot Light
7/18 - North Charleston, SC @ The Mill (Courtyard)
7/19 - West Columbia, SC @ Conundrum Music Hall
7/20 - Atlanta, GA @ The Earl
7/23 - South Bend, IN @ LangLab
7/24 - Indianapolis, IN @ Radio Radio
7/25 - Chicago, Il @ Schubas
The pair's first album, Rabbit Rabbit Radio, Volume 1, is out August 6 on their own label, Rabbit Rabbit Records. Kihlstedt and Bossi worked with their frequent collaborator, bassist, guitarist, engineer and producer Jon Evans (Tori Amos, Ben Folds, Bill Frisell) on Volume 1 as well as with producer Joel Hamilton.
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