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Tour Dates 01/12/2004

American HI-FI announces Winter Tour Plans - Join Butch Walker in December; Bowling For Soup in January

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LOS ANGELES (Maverick Records) - The newest band on the Maverick Records roster, AMERICAN HI-FI, is not wasting any time before their new album drops. After signing to Maverick, the band hit the road as Butch Walker's back-up band on the Avril Lavigne Fall tour, which wrapped up on November 25th in Canada.
After a brief break for the Thanksgiving holiday, AMERICAN HI-FI will hit the road again on a co-headlining U.S. trek with pal Butch Walker starting December 4 in Raleigh, NC. When that tour wraps up, the group will take another quick break for the Christmas holidays before they jump aboard the Bowling For Soup tour heading out on January 4 in Amarillo, TX (see attached for full itineraries of both tours).

AMERICAN HI-FI is not new to the continuous touring circuit. After releasing 2001's self-titled "American Hi-Fi," the album's first single, "Flavor of the Weak" quickly climbed the charts and put the band on the map. In 2003, the band released their sophomore follow-up, "The Art of Losing," and again found success with the album's title track. Over the three-year period between album cycles, the band toured with many high-profile artists; Matchbox 20, Eve 6, Our Lady Peace, Sum 41, Elvis Costello and Phantom Planet.

The group's Maverick debut, "Hearts on Parade" was produced by Butch Walker with AMERICAN HI-FI and is set for release in March 2005. The themes on this new album reflect the transitions shaped largely by the bands relocation to Los Angeles and dealing with the search for a new record label.
AMERICAN HI-FI is Stacy Jones (vocals), Jamie Arentzen (guitar), Drew Parsons (bass) and Jason Sutter (drums).

AMERICAN HI-FI with Butch Walker
December 4 Raleigh, NC Lincoln Theater
December 5 Washington, DC 9:30 Club
December 6 New York, NY Bowery Ballroom
December 7 Boston, MA Paradise
December 9 Philadelphia, PA North Star Bar
December 10 Pittsburgh, PA Mr. Small's Theatre
December 11 Detroit, MI Magic Stick
December 12 Chicago, IL Metro
December 14 Milwaukee, WI Mad Planet
December 15 Minneapolis, MN The Quest - Ascot Room
December 17 Nashville, TN Exit / In
December 18 Atlanta, GA Variety Playhouse
December 19 Orlando, FL The Social
December 20 Athens, GA 40 Watt Club

AMERICAN HI-FI with Bowling For Soup
January 4 Amarillo, TX Midnight Rodeo
January 5 Odessa, TX Dos Amigos
January 6 Albuquerque, NM Sunshine Theater
January 7 Tempe, AZ Marquee Theatre
January 8 Tucson, AZ City Limits
January 9 San Diego, CA Soma
January 11 San Luis Obispo, CA SLO Brewing Company
January 13 W. Hollywood, CA House of Blues
January 14 Anaheim, CA House of Blues
January 15 Las Vegas, NV Neonopolis at Jillians
January 16 Reno, NV The New Oasis
January 17 Sacramento, CA Empire
January 18 Santa Cruz, CA Catalyst
January 19 San Francisco, CA Slim's
January 20 Eugene, OR WOW Hall
January 21 Seattle, WA Graceland
January 22 Portland, OR Bossanova
January 25 Boise, ID The Big Easy
January 26 Salt Lake City, UT In The Venue
January 27 Denver, CO Ogden Theatre
February 1 Minneapolis, MN Quest Club
February 2 Chicago, IL House of Blues
February 3 Detroit, MI St. Andrews Hall
February 4 Columbus, OH Newport Music Hall
February 9 S. Burlington, VT Higher Ground
February 10 Orono, ME Maine Center For The Arts
More dates TBA

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