For Immediate Release: August 1, 2012TOKYO ROSENTHAL ANNOUNCES IRELAND TOUR
Rock & Sock Records recording artist, Tokyo Rosenthal, announced today that he will tour Ireland beginning September 15. The tour will open on the 15th in Killaloe at The Anchor Inn and continue over the next 10 days. Rosenthal will be making a rare solo tour. The tour will include Northern Ireland as well as the Republic of Ireland. In addition to Killaloe, Tokyo will perform in Galway, Cork, Dublin, and Belfast. Performances will include concerts, radio performances, and TV appearances.
"I'm so excited to finally be getting to perform on the Emerald Isle where they have been so supportive of my recordings," said Tokyo. "And how cool will it be to perform 'St. Patrick's Day' over there and 'House On The River' directly across the road from the Shannon River about which it is written. I'm really looking forward to all of these appearances and the opportunity to be on Noel Casey's 'Full House Radio' show in Dublin. Seeya soon!"
Toke's scheduled performances are:
September 15 - Killaloe - The Anchor Inn
September 16 - Galway - Monroe's
September 17- Cork - Balcony TV
September 17 - Cork - The Crane Lane Theater
September 18 - Dublin - The Grand Social
September 20 - Dublin City Radio - "Full House Radio Hour" with Noel Casey - 2pm
September 20 - Belfast - The Errigle Inn
Schedule is subject to additional dates and changes.
For further information please visit www.tokyorosenthal.com .
The video of Toke's new single, "What Did I Used To Be?" , has gone mini viral at http://youtu.be/LAU_hRBwLTE
Tokyo is in the studio recording a new album for January release that features John Teer on fiddle, Chris Stamey on bass, Andrea Connolly on supporting vocals and of course Charlie Chamberlain, Will Rigby and Allyn Love.
Toke and Charlie's live performance of "There Is No Perfect Love" at SXSW was featured by Music Fog at http://youtu.be/oTie7A2tNkk
DEC 2 - Hope it's cool to post this but I especially liked this review, and seeing it's likely the last review for this record(it has been out for 6 mos. now), I'm sentimental over this critique. Anyway I liked it and needed the boost!
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