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Tour News: Buffalo Killers confirm U.S. dates

The Cincinnati psychedelic blues trio, Buffalo Killers, is hitting the road.

Buffalo Killers, a psychedelic blues trio, has set U.S. tour dates to support the new album Let It Ride, which drops July 22 on Alive Records.

The band recently returned to the Midwest to complete recording sessions in Akron, Ohio, following a run on the opening slot during the Black Crowes' tour. Members are brothers Zachary (vocals/bass) and Andrew Gabbard (vocals/guitar) with Joseph Sebaali (drums).

The initial pressing of the Let It Ride vinyl version will be limited to 500 copies. It will include a bonus "bootleg" live concert LP recorded in Los Angeles at the Orpheum Theatre during the Black Crowes' tour that was taped by Mikey Jones, a fan who literally taped the concert and sent the band a copy.

The six-track set features a mix of songs from both the band's debut album and Let It Ride. An outtake from The Buffalo Killers' concert recording, their signature cover of Neil Young's "Homegrown," is available on the band's myspace page ( and Web site (

Tour dates, venues and cities include:

June 21: Mad Hatter, Cincinnati

July 1: Skully's, Columbus, Ohio

July 2: The Matinee, Akron, Ohio

July 18: Busted Lift, Dubuque, Iowa

July 19: Deep Blues Festival, Lake Elmo, Minn.

July 23: Empty Bottle, Chicago

July 24: The Aquarium, Fargo, N.D.

July 26: Big Railroad Blues Festival, Livingston, Mont.

July 28: Sunset Tavern, Seattle

July 29: Slabtown, Portland, Ore.

July 31: Hemlock Tavern, San Francisco

Aug. 2: Safari Sam's, Los Angeles

Oct. 27: Hammerstein Ballroom, New York (with the Black Crowes)

Nov. 8: Lincoln Theater, Raleigh, N.C. (with the Black Crowes)

Nov. 10: Ruth Eckerd Hall, Clearwater, Fla. (with The Black Crowes)

Nov. 11: House of Blues, Orlando, Fla. (with The Black Crowes)

Nov. 12: The Fillmore, Miami Beach, Fla. (with The Black Crowes)

Nov. 15: Alabama Theatre, Birmingham, Ala. (with The Black Crowes)

Nov. 16: Ryman Auditorium, Nashville, Tenn. (with The Black Crowes)

Nov. 18: House of Blues, New Orleans (with The Black Crowes)