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Toadies Unveil New Track ‘Mama Take Me Home’ via Loudwire – 10th Annual Dia De Los Toadies Line-Up – Sept. 16th at Possum Kingdom

Toadies have premiered their next single over at Louwire. The track entitled ‘Mama Take Me Home’ is from their forthcoming seventh studio album The Lower Side Of Uptown (September 8th Kirtland Records.). Listen here.

Toadies will be hosting their  Dia De Los Toadies Festival September 16th. The 10th installation of the fest will bring the band back to Possum Kingdom Lake at Possum Hollow in Texas. The bands participating this year are:

Toadies

Local H

Riverboat Gamblers

The O’s

Oil Boom

Quiet Company

Baboon

Ting Tang Tina

Doors at 3pm. $46 General Admission

$150 VIP Admission – includes a meet & greet with the Toadies, VIP parking at the venue and access to the air conditioned, full service Possum Hollow Bar & Grill with a patio view of both stages.

More info: www.diadelostoadies.com

“We are so excited to finally return to Possum Kingdom for this year’s very special 10th annual Dia de los Toadies festival.  Our team has been working hard on this celebration for a long time!  We wanted to make something really cool this year, so we have created a lineup made solely of past Dia festival performers, with one very special exception – Ting Tang Tina who is fronted by none other than Vaden Lewis’ own daughter, whose voice will surely blow you away.   We will be touring with Local H this year so we are pleased to they will be joining us.  If you missed them at Dia 8 or haven’t seen them before, they will surely melt your face.  Each and every one of these bands put on a great show.  Can’t wait to see you all there!”

The Lower Side Of Uptown is a ‘return to form’ as explained by frontman Vaden Todd Lewis: “This album is ‘roots Toadies”, full of riffs and time shifts.’ The Lower Side Of Uptown is the follow up to 2015’s Heretics which saw the band taking a change of pace with a stripped down sound and mostly acoustic. When they were preparing to enter the studio this time around there was no set idea for what was to come but, the process ultimately had the band going back to their signature sound: “I feel that subconsciously we thought that this record would have ended up incorporating some of that quieter sound, but that didn’t happen. When we got to the studio with nothing more than a pile of riffs, what came out of the band was really loud and heavy music. So not only is this album louder than Heretics, I think it’s louder and heavier than the last couple Toadies albums” guitarist Clark Vogeler said of the sessions, which were recorded Arlyn Studio, a favorite of the legendary Willie Nelson, and The Bubble in Austin.

Tour Dates:  More TBA

September:

Sept. 6 – Denton, TX                 Rockin Rodeo
Sept. 7 – Oklahoma City            Diamond Ballroom
Sept. 8 – Kansas City, MO        KRBZ Beach Ball
Sept. 9 – St. Louis, MO             Delmar
Sept. 10 – Cincinnati                 Bogart’s
Sept. 12  – Knoxville, TN           The Concourse
Sept. 13 – Nashville, TN            Exit In
Sept. 14 – Memphis, TN            New Daisy

Sept. 16 – Possum Kingdom Lake, TX Possum Hollow
Sept. 19 – El Paso, TX              Tricky Falls
Sept. 20 – Tucson, AZ               Congress
Sept. 21 – Las Vegas, NV         Beauty Bar
Sept. 22 – Phoenix, AZ             Crescent
Sept. 23 – Solana Beach, CA    Belly Up
Sept. 24 – Los Angeles, CA      Troubadour
Sept. 26 – Anaheim, CA            House Of Blues
Sept. 27 – Berkeley, CA            UC Theater
Sept. 29 – Seattle, WA              The Crocodile
Sept. 30 – Portland, OR            Star Theater

October:
Oct.  1 – Boise, ID                     Knitting Factory
Oct.  3 – Salt Lake City, UT       Metro Music Hall
Oct.  4 – Grand Junction, CO   Mesa Theatre
Oct.  5 – Denver, CO                Gothic
Oct.  6 – Omaha, NE                Waiting Room
Oct.  7 – Des Moines, IA          Wooly’s
Oct.  8 – Minneapolis, MN        1st Ave.
Oct.  10 – Chicago, IL               Metro

Oct.  11 – Louisville, KY           Mercury
Oct.  12 – Indianapolis, IN        The Vogue
Oct.  13 – Detroit, MI                St. Andrews
Oct.  14 – Cleveland, OH         Grog Shop
Oct.  15 – Pittsburgh, PA          Rex
Oct.  17 – Washington DC        Black Cat
Oct.  18 – New York NY            Gramercy Theater
Oct.  19 – Philadelphia, PA       TLA
Oct.  20 – Boston, MA               Brighton
Oct.  21 – Asbury Park, NJ       Stone Pony
Oct.  22 – Norfolk, VA               Norva
Oct.  24 – Durham, NC             Motorco
Oct.  25 – Wilmington, NC        The Muse
Oct.  26 – Atlanta, GA               Masquerade Hell
Oct.  27 – Orlando, FL              Plaza Live
Oct.  28 – Ft. Lauderdale          Culture Room
Oct.  29 – Tampa/St. Pete         Ritz
Oct.  31 – New Orleans, LA      Tipitinas

November:
Nov.  4 – Carrolton, TX              Carrollton Festival at the Switchyard
Nov. 10 – Austin, TX                  Stubbs BBQ

Nov. 11 – Corpus Christi, TX     Brewster St. Icehouse

Dec. 29 – Houston, TX   House Of Blues

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