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Members of Alkaline Trio, the Dear Hunter + More to Play ‘Where’s the Band?’ Shows

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Dan Andriano of Alkaline Trio and Casey Crescenzo of the Dear Hunter are among a handful of singer-songwriters who will be performing solo for a string of shows in the acoustic ‘Where’s the Band?‘ series.

The tour, founded in 2008 by the Get Up Kids frontman Matt Pryor, features frontmen playing on their own, but didn’t have an incarnation last year. This year, Andriano and Crescenzo will be joined by Pryor, Dustin Kensrue of Thrice and Andy Jackson of Hot Rod Circuit to play four West Coast shows in December. Pryor, however, will not appear at the last two shows. Get your tickets here.

Dates are as follows:

Dec. 18: Troubadour — West Hollywood, Calif.
Dec. 19: House of Blues — San Diego, Calif.
Dec. 20: The Crescent Ballroom — Phoenix, Ariz.
Dec. 21: The Glass House — Pomona, Calif.

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