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Published: 2011/06/22

John Butler Trio: New Live Album, DVD and Tour

John Butler Trio will release a three-disc live DVD/CD in order to celebrate their largest headlining performance: a June 4, 2010 headlining spot at Morrison, CO’s Red Rocks. His release will include two CDs with live versions of songs from John Butler Trio’s studio albums: “Used To Get High,” “I’d Do Anything,” “Betterman,” “Don’t Wanna See Your Face,” “Revolution,” “Hoe Down,” Better Than,” “Johnny’s Gone,” “Take Me,” “Treat Yo Mama,” “Losing You (featuring Mama Kin),” “Ocean,” “Ragged Mile,” “Zebra,” “Good Excuse,” “C’Mon Now,” “Close To You,” “Peaches And Cream,” “One Way Road” and “Funky Tonight.”

Also included will be will be a 140-minute DVD of the entire concert, featuring behind the scenes footage taken backstage, as well as the official video for “Revolution”, the opening track from John Butler Trio’s 2010 release, April Rising.

John Butler Trio will return to Red Rocks on August 12. The band’s full tour dates are listed below:

July 14-17 Masontown, West Virginia—All Good Music Festival
July 15 Lockport, New York—Molson Canal Concert Series
July 20 Raleigh, North Carolina—Lincoln Theatre
July 21 Charlotte, North Carolina—The Fillmore
July 22 Atlantic, Georgia—The Tabernacle
July 23 Glen Allen, Virginia—Innsbrook Pavilion
July 24 Bridgeport, Conneticuit—Gathering of The Vibes
July 27 New York, New York—Terminal 5
July 28 New York, New York—Terminal 5
July 29 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania—River Stage at Great Plaza
July 31 Portland, Maine—State Theatre
August 4 South Burlington, Vermont—Higher Ground
August 5 Boston, Massachusetts—BoA Pavilion
August 6 Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania—Sherman Theater
August 7 Covington, Kentucky—Madison Theater
August 9 Kansas City, Missouri—Crossroads
August 11 Boulder, Colorado—Fox Theatre
August 12 Morrison, Colorado—Red Rocks Amphitheatre
August 13 Salt Lake City, Utah—Pioneer Park
August 14 Reno, Nevada—Knitting Factory Concert House
August 17 Arcata, California—Van Duzer Theater
August 18 Bend, Oregon—The Courtyard Athletic Club
September 1 Jacksonville, Oregon—Britt Pavilion
September 1-September 4 George, Washington—The Gorge Ampitheatre
September 3 Missoula, Montana—The Wilma Theatre
September 4 Big Sky, Montana—Spruce Moose Festival

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