The Dirty Heads Announce Spring Tour Dates

California alternative rockers The Dirty Heads have announced 2011 early spring tour dates. Known for their seamless blend of rock, hip hop and reggae, the Dirty Heads were chosen as one of Rolling Stone magazine’s Best New Bands of 2010 and are ready to take 2011 by storm. Their smash hit “Lay Me Down”, from their debut Any Port in a Storm (iTunes), is the longest-running #1 song by an independent artist at alternative radio, while their second single “Stand Tall” is also holding steady on the Billboard rock charts.  The band will begin their US trek on Friday, March 4th in Sacramento, CA at the Ace of Spades and end back on the West Coast on Saturday, May 8th in San Francisco, CA at The Fillmore.  The Dirty Heads will be joined on the road by high-energy rockers New Politics, listed as one of MTV’s Artists to Watch in 2011.  See below for a list of confirmed tour stops, and to get the latest details and purchase tickets visit DirtyHeads.com or find them on Facebook and MySpace. Tickets go on sale this weekend.

Formed in 2003 out of Huntington Beach, CA, The Dirty Heads released their debut album, Any Port In A Storm in September of 2008. Through The Eleven Seven Music Group, the band released enhanced versions of their album in territories such as the UK and Europe, Japan and Southeast Asia, Australia, Mexico and more in 2010.  Produced by Steve Fox and Stan Frazier and mixed by Beastie Boys’ producer Mario C., the album features one of the last recorded performances from legendary Beatles collaborator Billy Preston.  The Dirty Heads were also among the first bands featured on YouTube’s Raw Session.

The Dirty Heads 2011 Tour Dates:

March
4- Sacramento, CA- Ace of Spades
5- Chico, CA- The Senator Theatre
7- Seattle, WA- El Corazon
8- Portland, OR- Hawthorne Theatre
9- Boise, ID- Knitting Factory Concert House
12- Denver, CO- The Summit Music Hall
15- Omaha, NE- Slowdown
16- Milwaukee, WI- Turner Hall
17- Chicago, IL- House of Blues
18- Detroit, MI- St. Andrew’s Hall
21- Cleveland, OH- House of Blues
22- Pittsburgh, PA- Altar Bar
23- Boston, MA- Paradise Rock Club
24- New York, NY- Irving Plaza
25- Philadelphia, PA- Theatre of the Living Arts

April
12- Allentown, PA- Crocodile Rock
13- Lancaster, PA- The Chameleon
14- Baltimore, MD- Ram’s Head Live
19- Atlanta, GA- Masquerade
21- Orlando, FL- House of Blues
27- New Orleans, LA- House of Blues

May
5- San Diego, CA- House of Blues
6- Los Angeles, CA- House of Blues
7- Anaheim, CA- House of Blues
8- San Francisco, CA- The Fillmore

For more information on The Dirty Heads, please visit http://www.dirtyheads.com/.