Reggie And The Full Effect To Affect Winter

Reggie And The Full Effect hit winter’s touring superhighway in January for a cross-country trip encompassing such fine cities as Philadelphia, Orlando, Seattle, Chicago and maybe even in the town you call home. Details after the jump.

Of Reggie And The Full Effect.

Reggie, otherwise known as The Get Up Kids keyboardist Jim Dewees, will be touring with his Effect comrades in support of No Country For Old Musicians, scheduled to drop Nov. 19.   

Described as the last album “to ever be recorded” at Black Lodge recording studios in Eudora, Kan., No Country For Old Musicians includes guest appearances by a few of Dewees’ friends.  My Chemical Romance founders Frank Iero and Ray Toro perform on the disc with the former supplying guest vocals on several songs while the latter lends his guitar skills on two tracks.  Also adding their vocal skills are Taking Back Sunday lead singer Adam Lazzara, singer/songwriter Allison Weiss, and Sean Ingram from Coalesce.

“Writing and recording Reggie And The Full Effect for me is like finding your best friends again after years of being away and being able to pick up right where you left off … and they brought snacks,” Dewees said.

The first single from No Country For Old Musicians is a little ditty called “Revenge Is A Dish Best Served At Park Chan-Wook’s.”

The tour will also feature New Jersey’s Dads along with special guests.  At this time there is no word as to whether they will bring snacks as well.  But here are the dates:

Jan. 16 – Philadelphia, Pa., The Barbary
Jan. 17 – Baltimore, Md., Ottobar
Jan. 18 – Richmond, Va., Canal Club
Jan. 19 – Chapel Hill, N.C., Local 506
Jan. 21 – Jacksonville, Fla., The Roc Bar
Jan. 22 – Orlando, Fla., The Social
Jan. 24 – Houston, Texas, Warehouse Live – Studio
Jan. 25 – Dallas, Texas, Dada Dallas
Jan. 26 – Austin, Texas, Stubb’s Bar-B-Q / Waller Creek Amph.
Jan. 28 – Scottsdale, Ariz., Pub Rock
Jan. 29 – San Diego, Calif., The Irenic
Jan. 30 – Los Angeles, Calif., The Satellite
Jan. 31 – Santa Ana, Calif., Constellation Room
Feb. 1 – San Francisco, Calif., Bottom Of The Hill
Feb. 2 – Portland, Ore., Branx
Feb. 4 – Seattle, Wash., Vera Project
Feb. 6 – Salt Lake City, Utah, Kilby Court
Feb. 7 – Denver, Colo., Marquis Theater
Feb. 8 – Kansas City, Mo., The Record Bar
Feb. 9 – St. Louis, Mo., Fubar
Feb. 11 – Minneapolis, Minn., Triple Rock Social Club
Feb. 12 – Chicago, Ill., Subterranean
Feb. 13 – Pontiac, Mich., Pike Room
Feb. 14 – Cleveland Heights, Ohio, Grog Shop
Feb. 15 – Pittsburgh, Pa., The Altar Bar
Feb. 16 – Syracuse, N.Y., The Lost Horizon
Feb. 18 – Hamden, Conn., The Space
Feb. 19 – Boston, Mass., Brighton Music Hall
Feb. 20 – New York, N.Y., The Studio @ Webster Hall
Feb. 22 – Asbury Park, N.J., Asbury Lanes 

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