Chicago indie-rockers The Kickback had a whirl-wind of a year in 2016, playing over 100+ U.S. shows and ending the year opening for Bush for a holiday run. The quartet impressed the band so much Gavin Rossdale asked them to join on their spring tour. A full list of dates can be found below.
The Kickback is putting the finishing touches on its sophomore album and has launched a PledgeMusic campaign, with a twist on classic pre-order items. In addition to pre-ordering the release, Pledgers can also purchase authentic blood-ink vinyl (real blood from the band!), shopping trips, waffle dinners, beer growlers and behind the scenes experiences. Check out the PledgeMusic campaign HERE.
The Kickback’s debut album Sorry All Over The Place swiftly won fans from every spectrum, including Rolling Stone, Consequence of Sound, The Huffington Post, Nerdist, CMJ, The Wild Honey Pie and more. The four-piece cites Hunter S. Thompson, David Foster Wallace, harmonies, Michael Keaton and entitlement as its conceptual inspirations.
May 09 — Orlando, FL — Hard Rock Live (Tix)
May 10 — Atlanta, GA — Roxy (Tix)
May 11 — Indianapolis, IN — Egyptian Theatre (Tix)
May 14 — Milwaukee, WI — Riverside Theatre (Tix)
May 15 — Chicago, IL — Riviera Theatre (Tix)
May 17 — Royal Oak, MI — Royal Oak Theatre (Tix)
May 18 — Toronto, ON — Rebel (Tix)
May 30 — Seattle, WA — Showbox SoDo (Tix)
Jun 01 — San Francisco, CA — The Warfield (Tix)
Jun 02 — Las Vegas, NV — The Foundry SLS (Tix)
Jun 04 — Tempe, AZ — Marquee Theatre (Tix)
Jun 06 — Denver, CO — Paramount (Tix)
Jun 07 — Tulsa, OK — Brady Theater (Tix)
Jun 10 — Baltimore, MD — Power Plant Live! (Tix)http://thekickbackband.com