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Rob Drabkin to tour with Davy Knowles and Back Door Slam

Sounds like everything's turning up roses these days for el broski with the froski. For those in the cheap seats, we're referring to Mr. Rob Drabkin, the proud owner of Denver's most distinctive do. The singer-songwriter was just tapped to open seventeen dates on Davy Knowles and Back Door Slam's upcoming tour, which kicks off on Friday, November 20 in Indianapolis. Drabkin, who's also slated to perform at the Upland Music Festival alongside Soul Asylum and Jason Reeves next month, warmed up some dates for Knowles and company earlier this year. Clearly he made quite the impression with his chill guy acoustic rock to be invited back out. Although his music doesn't do much for us, evidently it's a hit with just about everybody else with ears. Go figure. Before the tour begins, Drabkin is playing a few local gigs including one tonight at Jonesy's Eat Bar and another this Saturday, October 17 at Everyday Joes in Fort Collins. See Drabkin's full itenerary after the jump.

Rob Drabkin
Winter 2009

10/14/09 - Denver, CO - Jonesy's Eat Bar
10/17/09 - Ft. Collins, CO - Everyday Joes
10/22/09 - Altus, OK - Western Oklahoma State College
10/23/09 - San Antonio, TX - Trinity University
11/07/09 - Upland, CA - Upland Music and Arts Festival

with Davy Knowles and Back Door Slam

11/20/09 - Indianapolis, IN - Birdy's
11/21/09 - Chicago, IL - Double Door
11/22/09 - Detroit, MI - Shelter
11/24/09 - Burlington, VT - Higher Ground
11/26/09 - Baltimore, MD - Recher Theater
11/27/09 - Lancaster, PA - Chameleon
11/28/09 - Washington D.C. - Rock & Roll Hotel
11/30/09 - New York, NY - Bowery Ballroom
12/02/09 - Charleston, SC - Pourhouse
12/03/09 - Atlanta, GA - The Loft
12/05/09 - Houston, TX - Warehouse
12/06/09 - Austin, TX - Stubb's
12/07/09 - Dallas, TX - House of Blues
12/10/09 - Denver, CO - Soiled Dove
12/12/09 - Seattle, WA - Crocodile Cafe
12/13/09 - Portland, OR - Berbati's Pan
12/15/09 - San Francisco, CA - Independent

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