News Tour Dates 23/08/2004

Eisley touring with Snow Patrol; Full length debut to be released later this year



LOS ANGELES, CA (Reprise/ Warner Records) - What started as a neighborhood garage band in the rural outskirts of Dallas, Texas, has expanded into one of the most acclaimed new acts of the past year. Eisley, featured in Teen Vogue as a band that "People Are Talking About," (August 2004) will open for Scottish band Snow Patrol on a series of North American dates running from early September through mid October, including appearances in New York City's Irving Plaza September 14 and Los Angeles's Avalon October 5, as well as several stops in their home state in Texas.

Comprised of the DuPree siblings - sisters Chauntelle (guitars), Sherri (guitars/vocals), Stacy (keyboards/guitars), brother Weston (drums) - and their neighborhood pal, Jonathon Wilson (bass), Eisley landed an impressive slot at the 2003 Coachella Festival, resulting in "underground fave" status in Rolling Stone. Eisley then rounded out 2003 opening for Coldplay and Brand New throughout the US and even stopped to make an appearance at Britain's V2003 Festival.

Dubbed "The Next Big Thing" by Blender (September 2003) and "Band On The Brink" by Entertainment Weekly (March 16, 2003), Eisley are hard at work adding finishing touches to their debut album for Reprise Records. The eagerly anticipated full-length album, scheduled for release later this year, follows up the band's exciting EP releases - Laughing City (Record Collection, May 20, 2003) and Marvelous Things (Reprise, December 9, 2003).

The Dallas Observer (January 2003) proclaims, "Not only are they younger than most bands, they're more talented, too. Musically, the group doesn't sound like anyone except itself - rare for any band."

Eisley's tour dates to follow:
September 03 - Culture Room - Fort Lauderdale, FL
September 04 - The State Theatre - St. Petersburg, FL
September 05 - WOCL Radio Show - Orlando, FL
September 07 - Cotton Club - Atlanta, GA
September 08 - The NorVa - Norfolk, VA
September 10 - 9:30 Club - Washington, DC
September 11 - The Call - Providence, RI
September 13 - Paradise Rock Club - Boston, MA
September 14 - Irving Plaza - New York, NY
September 17 - Opera House - Toronto, ON
September 18 - St. Andrews Hall - Detroit, MI
September 19 - Newport Music Hall - Columbus, OH
September 20 - Metro - Chicago, IL
September 22 - The Quest - Minneapolis, MN
September 23 - The Bottleneck - Lawrence, KS
September 24 - Bluebird Theatre - Denver, CO
September 28 - Richard's on Richards - Vancouver, BC
September 29 - The Showbox - Seattle, WA
September 30 - Aladdin Theatre - Portland, OR
October 2 - The Fillmore - San Francisco, CA
October 3 - Empire - Sacramento, CA
October 5 - Avalon - Hollywood, CA
October 6 - Canes Bar & Grill - San Diego, CA
October 8 - Marquee Theatre - Tempe, AZ
October 9 - Plush - Tucson, AZ
October 11 - LaZone Ross - Austin, TX
October 12 - Meridian - Houston, TX
October 13 - Gypsy Tea Room - Dallas, TX
October 15 - Zydeco - Birmingham, AL
October 16 - Voodoo Music Experience - New Orleans, LA






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