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Paul Collins/Peter Case tour dates announced

 

The Nerves co-founders Paul Collins and Peter Case tour dates are official. This comes after their initial announcement in November that the two would reunite to co-headline together this year.

Collins and Case will be accompanied by Timm Buechler on bass and drummer Amos Pitsch. They will perform classics from the bands they formed together, The Nerves and The Breakaways, as well as tracks from Collins’ Beat and Case’s Plimsouls.

While some venues have not yet been announced, here are the official Collins/Case tour dates and cities:

  • March 01 Iron Road Studios, Vancouver BC, CAN
  • March 02 The Funhouse, Seattle WA    
  • March 03 The Star Theatre, Portland OR
  • March 05 Red Devil Lounge, San Francisco CA
  • March 07 The Echo, Los Angeles CA
  • March 08 Bar Pink, San Diego CA
  • March 09 Pappy and Harriet’s, Pioneertown TBA CA
  • March 11 Club Congress, Tucson AZ
  • March 13 Rhythm Room, Phoenix AZ
  • March 16 TBA SXSW Official Showcase, Austin TX
  • March 17 Alejandro Escovedo’s Taco Party at Maria’s Taco Express Austin TX
  • mid-afternoon
  • March 17 Freddie Steady’s 12th Annual Frontier A Go Go And Rock & Roll
  • Hootenanny, Austin TX 5:30 PM
  • March 18 The Blue Door, Oklahoma City OK (acoustic duo)
  • March 19 The Record Bar, Kansas City MO
  • March 20 The Outland, Springfield MO
  • March 22 The New Amsterdam, St. Paul MN
  • March 23 TBA, Lafayette IN
  • March 24 Shank Hall, Milwaukee WI (w/ Chuck Prophet)
  • March 25 Empty Bottle, Chicago IL
  • March 26 TBA, Cincinnati OH
  • March 27 Ace of Cups, Columbus OH
  • March 28 Beachland Ballroom, Cleveland OH
  • March 30 Stage on Herr, Harrisburg PA
  • March 31 Bridge Street Live, Collinsville CT
  • April 11 TBA, Boston MA
  • April 12 TBA, New York NY
  • April 13 WXPN “Free At Noon” Concert Series, Philadelphia PA
  • April 13 TBA, Philadelphia PA
  • April 14 TBA, Washington DC
  • April 15 TBA, Richmond VA
  • April 16 TBA, Raleigh NC
  • April 18 Hi-Tone, Memphis TN
  • April 19 The High Watt, Nashville TN
  • April 20 JJ Bohemia’s Chattanooga TN
  • April 21 The Star Bar, Atlanta GA
  • April 22 Jack of the Woods, Asheville NC
  • April 24 TBA, Jacksonville FL
  • April 25 TBA, Gainesville FL
  • April 26 TBA, Tampa FL
  • April 27 TBA, Miami FL
  • April 28 TBA, Orlando FL
  • July 27-29 TBA, Western Canada

     

Collins, Case and Leeformed The Nerves in 1974 and produced a new, unique sound that would influence many bands to come. With that, they created the Power Pop genre, which continues to have a huge worldwide following. While The Nerves only officially released one EP, one of its tracks was the history-making “Hanging on the Telephone.” That track would later be covered by Blondie and become a mainstream chart hit.

After The Nerves broke up, Collins and Case stayed together to form The Breakaways before going their separate ways: Collins went on to lead The Beat, whose most remembered singles include “There She Goes” and “Rock and Roll Girl.” Case formed The Plimsouls, who scored hits with “A Million Miles Away” and “Eyes of a Stranger.” Both bands kept the true soul of their original Power Pop as their musical foundations.

Case also released a live Plimsouls album, Beach Town Confidential, earlier this week. The LP consists of footage from a 1983 concert at the Goldern Bear in Huntington Beach, California. The recording includes a limited-edition (200) pink vinyl set, available through Alive Records.

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