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QUINN XCII RELEASES NEW SONG “WORST” OFF DEBUT ALBUM

Detroit-bred vocalist/songwriter Quinn XCII has released his new track “Worst” from his debut album today. Produced by David Gamson (Kelly Clarkson, Kes$ha, Adam Lambert),  listen to “Worst” HERE. “Worst” along with the infectious track “Straightjacket” and the cautionary gold digger-in-reverse tale song “Fake Denim” will be featured on The Story Of Us, available September 15 via Columbia Records.

To celebrate the release of The Story Of Us, Quinn XCII will embark on his first national headlining tour this fall, complete with a full live band and of course his always-ready-for-anything stage presence that makes him such a captivating performer. The 30-date tour kicks off September 24 in Salt Lake City, UT and wraps on November 7 in Portland, OR. See below for all tour dates.

Quinn XCII On Tour: 
9/24     Salt Lake City, UT     Urban Lounge
9/26     Denver, CO               Bluebird Theater
9/28     St. Louis, MO              Old Rock House
9/29     Minneapolis, MN         Fine Line Music Café
9/30     Madison, WI                Majestic Theatre
10/3     Ann Arbor, MI             Blind Pig
10/4     Ferndale, MI                Magic Bag
10/5     Oxford, OH                 Brick Street ** SOLD OUT
10/6     Chicago, IL                  Lincoln Hall
10/7     Toronto, ON                Velvet Underground
10/9     New York, NY             Bowery Ballroom
10/11   Brooklyn, NY              Music Hall of Williamsburg
10/12   Boston, MA                 Brighton Music Hall
10/13   Philadelphia, PA          Coda
10/14   Washington, DC          U Street Music Hall
10/17   Nashville, TN              Exit In
10/18   Morgantown, WV        Mainstage
10/19   Atlanta, GA                 Terminal West
10/24   Houston, TX                White Oak Music Hall
10/25   Austin, TX                   Empire Control Room
10/26   Dallas, TX                   Cambridge Room (HOB)
10/28   Phoenix, AZ                The Crescent Ballroom
11/1     Santa Ana, CA            The Observatory
11/2     Los Angeles, CA         El Rey
11/3     San Francisco, CA     The Independent
11/4     Berkeley, CA               Cornerstone
11/6     Seattle, WA                 Neumos
11/7     Portland, OR               Hawthorne Theatre

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