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March - May 2003 | August - November 2002 | June - September 2001

NOV 13: NEW ALBUM UPDATE

Slow Motion Daydream is now due for release in March 2003, with the first single hitting radio in January.


OCT 15: ART TO APPEAR AT POLITICAL RALLY

Art is scheduled to appear at a political rally for Oregon US Senate candidate Bill Bradbury on October 31st at the University of Oregon in Eugene.

The big name on the bill is former President Bill Clinton. This being a fundraiser, tickets for the event will be $25 for the General Public, $15 for Students, and free for children under 12.

More info: Bradbury Press Release


SEP 4: TOUR INFO UPDATE

An update to the previous post below...

The big-city tour that the band was planning to undertake in the fall to support Slow Motion Daydream will instead follow the album's release in January. But in the meantime, the band is hoping to schedule a college and small-market tour for the fall. More info TBA.


SEP 3: NEW ALBUM DELAYED

At the Seattle Bumbershoot show this past weekend, Art mentioned that they've decided to delay the release of Slow Motion Daydream. Art's written some new material, and wants to include it on the final album in place of some of the songs that have already been recorded. The band should be re-entering the studio in the next few weeks. They're planning to release the completed album in January.

No word yet on how this will affect tour dates. No fall tour dates were announced, so the band may wait until closer to the album release date to tour.


AUG 30: NEW ALBUM UPDATE

Okay, folks, here's what's up with the new record (if you haven't already heard about it elsewhere).

It's titled Slow Motion Daydream. The band recorded it in recent months in Portland with Art behind the boards. To mix the record, they brought in Randy Staub, who also mixed Nickelback's Silver Side Up.

The album is currently due for release on October 8th, but murmurs from the band imply that it will probably be delayed at least a couple of weeks from that date. The fall US tour should commence on whatever day the album is released, likely in either New York City or Los Angeles.

Art said recently on KRNK that the first single from the new album will likely be "Volvo-Driving Soccer Mom", a song that was popular on Art's spring solo tour. (We have his solo acoustic performance from Last Call with Carson Daly in our Song of the Moment.)


AUG 30: TOURING BAND UPDATE

If you catch Everclear this weekend in either Portland or Seattle, don't be surprised if there are fewer musicians on stage than you may have seen in the past. Instead of the six-member touring band of last year, Everclear's back to their 1997-era four-man operation.

Joining Art, Craig, and Greg on stage will be new touring guitarist Alessandro Cortini. Most recently, he was the touring guitarist of the Mayfield Four, which toured with Everclear in recent years.