JACKNIFE And DRYLINE To Team Up For Regional Tour

Starting February 10 in Waco, TX, Zero-Sum labelmates JACKNIFE and DRYLINE will be teaming up for a regional tour. JACKNIFE are out supporting their CD "Moment of Reckoning" and DRYLINE will be previewing music from their upcoming Zero-Sum debut, "Reach for the Surface". The dates are as follows:

Feb. 10 - Missions - Waco, TX
Feb. 11 - Longhorn Bar & Grill - Abilene , TX
Feb. 12 - The Dirty Dog - Austin, TX
Feb. 13 - The Meridian - Houston, TX
Feb. 14 - Subliminal Skatepark - Sulphur, LA
Feb. 15 - Downtown Music and Records - Little Rock, AR
Feb. 16 - Hesher's - Ft. Smith, AR
Feb. 17 - Nathan P. Murphy's - Springfield, MO
Feb. 19 - The Red Kitten - Salina, KS
Feb. 20 - Boobie Trap Bar - Topeka, KS
Feb. 21 - Classics - Colorado Springs, CO

Two DRYLINE tracks from their forthcoming album are available for preview or download through their MySpace page at www.myspace.com/dryline. The CD will be released March 7.


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