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Published: 2012/05/08

Nicki Bluhm and The Gramblers Announce Dates

Nicki Bluhm and The Gramblers have announced an extensive series of North American tour dates. The tour kicks off on May 16 at Los Angeles, CA’s Troubadour and will see the band headline a month long residency at Rickshaw Stop in San Francisco, CA this June and participate in a long list of festivals including Grace Potter’s Grand Point North in Vermont, The Festy in Virginia and Jam Cruise 11.

Nicki Bluhm and The Gramblers’ latest “Van Sessions”— a series of videos Nicki and the band recorded while on tour—features a cover of Hall and Oates “I Can’t Go For That” that received 1.1 million views on YouTube. You can check out the video above.

Nicki Bluhm and The Gramblers Tour Dates

5/16 Los Angeles, California – Troubadour (*)
5/17 San Francisco, California – The Independent (*)
5/18 Petaluma, California – Mystic Theatre (*)
5/19 Crystal Bay, Nevada – Crystal Bay Club (*)
5/20 Arcata, California – Humbrews (*)
5/22 Portland, Oregon – Aladdin (*)
5/23-24 Seattle, Washington – Triple Door (*)
5/25 Sandpoint, Idaho – Panida Theatre (*)
5/26 Bellingham, Washington – Shakedown
5/27-28 Port Angeles, Washington – Juan de Fuca Festival
5/30 Applegate, Oregon – Applegate Lodge
5/31 Mount Shasta, California – Seed of Life Cafe
6/1 Sacramento, California – Marilyn’s on K
6/2 Groveland, California – Paddle to the Sea
6/4 Petaluma, California – Lagunitas Brewery
6/5 San Francisco, California – Rickshaw Stop
6/9 St. Helena, California – Long Meadow Ranch
6/10 Lafayette, California – Town Hall Theatre
6/12 San Francisco, California – Rickshaw Stop
6/14 San Diego, California – Anthology
6/15 Los Angeles, California – Bootleg
6/16 Santa Barbara, California – Live Oak Festival
6/18 Santa Cruz, California – Don Quixote’s
6/19 San Francisco, California – Rickshaw Stop
6/22 Hood River, Oregon – Cebu Lounge
6/23 Bend, Oregon – 4 Peaks Music Festival
6/24 Eugene, Oregon – Cozmic
6/25 Portland, Oregon – Mississippi Studios
7/3 Birmingham, Alabama – Workplay
7/4 Atlanta, Georgia – Market at the W Hotel
7/18 Telluride, Colorado – Telluride Mountain Village
7/19 Carbondale, Colorado – PAC3
7/20 Denver, Colorado – Daniel’s Hall @ Swallow Hill
7/24 McCall, Idaho – Salmon River Brewery
7/25 Missoula, Montana – Top Hat
7/26 Big Sky, Montana – Music in the Mountains
7/27 Kemmerer, Wyoming – Oyster Ridge Festival
7/28 Pocatello, Idaho – 1st National Bar
7/29 Teton Village, Wyoming – Village Commons
8/1 Ketchum, Idaho – Whiskey Jacques
8/2 Park City, Utah – Newpark Town Center
8/4 Petaluma, California – Petaluma Music Festival
8/18 Grass Valley, California – Grass Valley Performing Arts Center
8/30 Denver, Colorado – Denver Botanic Gardens (#)
9/1 Fort Collins, Colorado – New Belgium’s Tour de Fat
9/15 Burlington, Vermont – Grand Point North ($)
9/16 Boston, Massachusetts – Middle East
9/17 Northampton, Massachusetts – Iron Horse
9/19 New York City, New York – Mercury Lounge
9/22 Washington D.C. – IOTA
10/6 Roseland, Virginia – The Festy (%)
10/12 Chicago, Illinois – Schubas
1/7-12/13 Ft. Lauderdale, Florida – Jam Cruise 11 (^)

(*) = with The Bodeans
(#) = with Bruce Hornsby
($) = with Grace Potter & The Nocturnals, The Avett Brothers, Dr. Dog and more
(%) = with Infamous Stringdusters
(^) = with JJ Grey & Mofro, Galactic, funky Meters, Big Gigantic and more

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