Odd Future, Theory of a Deadman, and Bear Grylls are included in the daily tour recap for January 26, as compiled by TicketNews.
The ever-controversial hip-hop collective Odd Future has lined up some fresh concert dates for North America this spring in between tours of Australia and the United Kingdom. The concert calendar includes shows from March 9 at The Marquee in Tempe, AZ, through April 11 at Showbox SoDo in Seattle, WA. Stops along the way include March 11 at Fox Theatre in Boulder, CO; March 15 at Sound Academy in Toronto, ON; March 20 at Hammerstein Ballroom in New York, NY; and April 9 at Warfield Theatre in San Francisco, CA.
For those in search of a different type of entertainment, Bear Grylls (yes, that Bear Grylls) is hitting the lecture circuit this spring. The survivalist’s family-friendly venture jumps off with a pair of shows, May 1-2, at Best Buy Theater in New York, NY. In all, the trek will weave its way through nine cities, including events on May 3 at aRiverside Theatre in Milwaukee, WI; May 5 at Nokie Theatre in Los Angeles, CA; May 9 at Rosemont Theatre in Rosemont, IL; and May 12 at the Convention Center in Minneapolis, MN.
Brendan Benson, who co-founded The Raconteurs with Jack White, goes solo this spring for five U.S. concerts. The musician will perform April 28 at The Mercy Lounge in Nashville, TN; May 3 at World Café Live in Philadelphia, PA; May 5 at Bowery Ballroom in New York, NY; May 10 at The Casbah in San Diego, CA; and May 12 at Troubadour in West Hollywood, CA. Benson will also play some showcases during the upcoming SXSW festivities in Austin, TX, this March 13-16.
Gavin DeGraw has filled his March calendar with nine U.S. performances. The singer-songwriter hits the road March 8 at Buster’s in Lexington, KY, and continues on through March 30 at Braden Auditorium in Normal, IL. Other planned events include March 10 at Temple Theatre in Saginaw, MI; March 13 at Marathon Music Works in Nashville, TN; and March 16 at Brick Street Bar in Oxford, OH. The dates follow a February tour of Europe and the United Kingdom.