FREE MP3 DOWNLOAD: Zammuto release Live EP

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What you see below is an EP of live material recorded by Zammuto, recorded at the Georgia Theater in Athens on June 21, 2002 during their recent tour earlier this summer in support of their self-titled album (my review can be read by clicking here). If the music helps to create interest in seeing Nick Zammuto and his band live, that’s good, for he has a lot of shows lined up for the rest of the year. The dates are the same as those posted in June, but some of the shows will now feature Australian vocalist Gotye:

September 5 – Charlottesville, VA (The Southern)
September 6 – Richmond, VA (The Camel)
September 7 – Raleigh, NC (Hopscotch Music Festival)
September 8 – Asheville, NC (Grey Eagle)
September 9 – Knoxville, TN (Pilot Light)
September 10 – Atlanta, GA (The Earl)
September 11 – Tallahassee, FL (Club Downunder)
September 12 – Birmingham, AL (The Bottletree)
September 14 – Kansas City, MO (Richard Berkley Riverfront Park)*
September 15 – Bloomington, IN (The Bishop)
September 16 – Cleveland, OH (Jacobs Pavilion)*
September 17 – Columbus, OH (LC Pavilion)*
September 18 – Detoit, MI (Fox Theatre)*
September 9 – Hamlton, ON (Casbah Lounge)
September 20 – Toronto, ON (Molson Amphitheatre)*
September 21 – Monreal, PQ (Jacques Cartier Pier)*
September 22 – Burlington, VT (Signal Kitchen)
September 6 – Wasington, DC (U Street Music Hall)
September 27 – Brooklyn, NY (Williamsburg Park) *
September 28 – Boston, MA (Museum of Fine Arts)
September 29 – Phiadelphia, PA (Johnny Brenda’s)
October 1 – Nashville, TN (The Basement)
October 2 – Little Rock, AR (Stickyz Rock’n’Roll Chicken Shack)
October 3 – Denton, TX (Dan’s Silverleaf)
October 4 – Austin, TX (The Mohawk)
October 5 – Huston, TX (Fitzgerald’s)
October 6 – Bton Rouge, LA (Spanish Moon)
October 8 – S Louis, MO (Luminary Center for the Arts)
October 9 – Cicago, IL (Schubas)
October 10 – Cincinnati, OH (MOTR Pub)
October 11 – Pittsburgh, PA (Andy Warhol Museum)
October 12 – Ithaca, NY (The Haunt)
October 13 – Northampton, MA (Pearl Street Nightclub)
October 29 – Phoenix, AZ (The Crescent Ballroom)
October 30 – San Diego, CA (Soda Bar)
October 31 – Santa Barbara, CA (Muddy Waters)
November 1 – Los Angeles, CA (Troubadour)
November 2 – Santa Cruz, CA (The Crepe Place)
November 3 – San Francisco, CA (The Independent)
November 5 – Portland, OR (Doug Fir Lounge)
November 6 – Seattle, WA (Barboza)
November 7 – Vancouver, BC (The Biltmore Cabaret)
November 10 – Minneapolis, MN (Walker Art Center)

* with Gotye

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SOME STUFFS: First headlining tour for Zammuto begins in September

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You like Zammuto? He and his group will be headlining for the first time on a forthcoming tour. Here are the dates:

September 5 – Charlottesville, VA (The Southern)
September 6 – Richmond, VA (The Camel)
September 7 – Raleigh, NC (Hopscotch Music Festival)
September 8 – Asheville, NC (Grey Eagle)
September 9 – Knoxville, TN (Pilot Light)
September 10 – Atlanta, GA (The Earl)
September 11 – Tallahassee, FL (Club Downunder)
September 12 – Birmingham, AL (The Bottletree)
September 14 – Kansas City, MO (Richard Berkley Riverfront Park)
September 15 – Bloomington, IN (The Bishop)
September 16 – Cleveland, OH (Jacobs Pavilion)
September 17 – Columbus, OH (LC Pavilion)
September 18 – Detoit, MI (Fox Theatre)
September 9 – Hamlton, ON (Casbah Lounge)
September 20 – Toronto, ON (Molson Amphitheatre)
September 21 – Monreal, PQ (Jacques Cartier Pier)
September 22 – Burlington, VT (Signal Kitchen)
September 6 – Wasington, DC (U Street Music Hall)
September 27 – Brooklyn, NY (Williamsburg Park)
September 28 – Boston, MA (Museum of Fine Arts)
September 29 – Phiadelphia, PA (Johnny Brenda’s)
October 1 – Nashville, TN (The Basement)
October 2 – Little Rock, AR (Stickyz Rock’n’Roll Chicken Shack)
October 3 – Denton, TX (Dan’s Silverleaf)
October 4 – Austin, TX (The Mohawk)
October 5 – Huston, TX (Fitzgerald’s)
October 6 – Bton Rouge, LA (Spanish Moon)
October 8 – S Louis, MO (Luminary Center for the Arts)
October 9 – Cicago, IL (Schubas)
October 10 – Cincinnati, OH (MOTR Pub)
October 11 – Pittsburgh, PA (Andy Warhol Museum)
October 12 – Ithaca, NY (The Haunt)
October 13 – Northampton, MA (Pearl Street Nightclub)
October 29 – Phoenix, AZ (The Crescent Ballroom)
October 30 – San Diego, CA (Soda Bar)
October 31 – Santa Barbara, CA (Muddy Waters)
November 1 – Los Angeles, CA (Troubadour)
November 2 – Santa Cruz, CA (The Crepe Place)
November 3 – San Francisco, CA (The Independent)
November 5 – Portland, OR (Doug Fir Lounge)
November 6 – Seattle, WA (Barboza)
November 7 – Vancouver, BC (The Biltmore Cabaret)
November 10 – Minneapolis, MN (Walker Art Center)

SOME STUFFS/RECORD CRACK: Zammuto ready to premiere debut album in April

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Zammuto (Temporary Residents Ltd.) is the debut album from Zammuto, and as Nick Zammuto gets ready for SXSW in a few weeks, he and his group have an album that is complete and ready for release, and here’s the first song artificially smuggled from the lab.

Pre-orders are being available now for the standard LP/CD (click here), or a special edition of the LP hand numbered by Zammuto himself (click there).

VIDEO: The Books’ “A Cold Freezin’ Night”

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the Books – A Cold Freezin’ Night from Paul de Jong / Nick Zammuto on Vimeo.

The Books are not my family’s music group, but rather are a completely different entity. These guys know where the fun is, and will talk about it on their forthcoming album, The Way Out, due out July 20th on Temporary Residence Ltd. This is a taste of what’s Way Out. You can pre-order the album right now through the following links.

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