NICK SANTINO ANNOUNCES NEW SPRING TOUR DATES – HITS THE ROAD WITH OH HONEY
Almost two years after announcing the end of pop-outfit A Rocket To The Moon, former frontman turned indie singer-songwriter Nick Santino has announced another slew of spring touring dates – kicking off with a festival performance at Dallas’ South By So What?! this Friday, March 20th. The festival’s lineup also includes the likes of Mayday Parade, The Maine, Cartel and many more.
Following the festival, Santino hits the road with indie-folk duo Oh Honey on the Postcards Across America Tour which, as the name suggests, sees the artists performing in various cities across the US. This run will be the first full tour of the spring for Santino who started the year opening for Hanson at a special Mexico show, in various college performances, and even headlining a rare, intimate acoustic performance in his small hometown of Braintree, MA. From touring slots with Hanson to now joining Oh Honey on the road, Santino showcases the diversity of his music, and its ability to appeal to audiences of varying genres.
Offstage, Santino has kept himself busy working on new music, pulling together a backing band and filming his first solo music video. The video – shot in the cinematic Boston area snow – is slated for release this spring.
In the meantime, fans can catch Nick Santino’s solo acoustic performance on the Postcards Across America tour, kicking off March 24th.
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Nick Santino spent over five years touring the globe with his band, A Rocket To The Moon. Prior to parting ways in August of 2013, the band signed to a major label, had a solid radio hit, and spent months on the road with many big name acts. Not ready to walk off the stage forever, Santino began working on music independently under a brand new solo project. In this short time he has written, recorded and three EP’s – all of which are entirely stripped down and raw compared to his previous project’s discography. Earlier this year, Santino released (via 81TwentyThree) his debut full-length solo album Big Skies, produced by Pat Kirch of The Maine. Santino has filled the time between releases touring the globe including runs with Hanson, The Maine, Never Shout Never, and more.
3/24 – Los Angeles, CA – The Roxy
3/26 – San Francisco, CA – Brick & Mortar
3/30 – Portland, OR – Doug Fir
3/31 – Seattle, WA – The Crocodile
4/2 – Denver, CO – Larimer Lounge
4/3 – Kansas City, MO – Record Bar
4/4 – Minneapolis, MN – Varsity Theater
4/6 – Milwaukee, WI – Rave Bar
4/7 – Ames, IA – The Maintenance Shop
4/9 – Chicago, IL – Beat Kitchen
4/10 – Cleveland, OH – Beachland Tavern
4/11 – Detroit, MI – Pike Room @ Crofoot
4/12 – Columbus, OH – A & R Bar
4/14 – Boston, MA – Brighton Music Hall
4/15 – New York, NY – Studio @ Webster Hall
4/18 – Washington, DC – Rock N Roll Hotel
4/19 – Philadelphia, PA – World Cafe