WOLFMOTHER Taking Another Bite Out Of North America

Launch Radio Networks reports: WOLFMOTHER has announced a new string of North American tour dates in November and December. The Australian trio, who are performing on these shores right now, will begin its next round of shows on November 21 in Philadelphia. WOLFMOTHER continues to support its self-titled debut album, which has sold 258,000 copies in the U.S. since being released last spring. Frontman Andrew Stockdale admitted he's not completely sure what keeps drawing people back to see his band. "Well, maybe the songs, you know," he said. "The songs work and people like the sounds of, they like the bass, they like the organ, they like the guitar, they like the vocals, they like the drum patterns and when it all comes together they like that, and they like the lyrics and they like...I don't know what it is! You can't pinpoint it, I think that's the thing."

WOLFMOTHER recently opened some European shows for PEARL JAM. Singer Eddie Vedder and guitarist Mike McCready joined the band onstage in Spain, with the headliners inviting Stockdale to sing with them in Belgium.

WOLFMOTHER recently teamed up with the cast from MTV's "Jackass" to film the video for the trio's latest single, "The Joker and the Thief". The song is featured in the movie "Jackass Number 2", due out on September 22.

The band plays tonight (Friday, September 15) in Orlando, Florida. The current run of shows ends on September 30 at the Download Festival in Mountain View, California.

Newly confirmed WOLFMOTHER tour dates:

Nov. 21 - Philadelphia, PA - Electric Factory
Nov. 22 - New York, NY - Hammerstein Ballroom
Nov. 24 - Detroit, MI - Majestic Theatre
Nov. 25 - Chicago, IL - Riviera Theater
Nov. 26 - St. Louis, MO - Mississippi Nights
Nov. 28 - Houston, TX - Meridian
Nov. 29 - Dallas, TX - Gypsy Ballroom
Dec. 02 - Portland, OR - Roseland Theater
Dec. 03 - Seattle, WA - Moore Theatre
Dec. 04 - Vancouver, BC - Commodore Ballroom
Dec. 07 - Las Vegas, NV - The Joint
Dec. 08 - Tempe, AZ - Marquee Theatre

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