Long Summer Becomes Fall

Singer/songwriter Bobby Long’s Dangerous Summer tour is changing with the seasons to see the young Brit heading back through the U.S. this fall.

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Arlene’s Grocery, New York City.

Long kicks off a Stateside run during the annual CMJ Music Marathon festivities in NYC at the Canal Room Oct. 22, connecting the dots at club dates from coast to coast before winding up back in the Big Apple at Mercury Lounge Dec. 19.

Stops include Hotel Café in Hollywood, Calif. (Oct. 27-28), 3rd & Lindsley in Nashville (Nov. 1-2), Minneapolis’ Terminal Bar (Nov. 14), Hi-Dive in Denver (Nov. 18), San Francisco’s Elbo Room (Nov. 27), The Hideaway in Houston (Dec. 11) and Chicago’s Double Door (Dec. 15).

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Hotel Cafe, Los Angeles.

Spinning off the success of the hit soundtrack to the film “Twilight,” which included Long’s song “Let Me Sign,” the singer/songwriter recorded in his bedroom and self released a 10-track disc, Dirty Pond Songs, specifically for the summer outing across the U.S., Canada and Europe.

Long plans to begin recording his first studio album following a string of European dates in January.

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