With their first tour in 15 years and two newly remastered albums Sunny Day Real Estate perform Seven on Jimmy Fallon
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Pioneering Seattle rock band Sunny Day Real Estate will return to the road with its four original members this fall and will reissue its first two Sub Pop albums on Sept. 15. These will be the band’s first shows of any kind since November 2000, and the first with its classic lineup since 1998.
Here are Sunny Day Real Estate’s tour dates:
Sept. 17: Vancouver (Commodore Ballroom)
Sept. 18: Portland, Ore. (Crystal Ballroom)
Sept. 20: Salt Lake City (Murray Theatre)
Sept. 21: Denver (Ogden Theatre)
Sept. 23: Minneapolis (First Avenue)
Sept. 24: Chicago (Metro)
Sept. 25: Detroit (St. Andrews Hall)
Sept. 27: New York (Terminal 5)
Sept. 28: Boston (House of Blues)
Sept. 30: Washington, D.C. (9:30 Club)
Oct. 1: Philadelphia (Trocadero)
Oct. 3: Atlanta (CW Center Stage)
Oct. 5: Dallas (Granada Theatre)
Oct. 6: Houston (Warehouse Live)
Oct. 7: Austin (La Zona Rosa)
Oct. 9: Tempe, Ariz. (Marquee)
Oct. 10: Anaheim, Calif. (House of Blues)
Oct. 11: Los Angeles (Fonda Theatre)
Oct. 13: San Francisco (Fillmore)
Oct. 15: Spokane, Wash. (Knitting Factory)
Oct. 16: Seattle (Paramount Theatre)
Read more at Sunny Day Real Estate Classic Lineup Reunites For Tour.
With the release yesterday of Jeremy Enigk’s OK Bear comes this interesting news/rumour regarding a SDRE reunion
Now, KEXP DJ Marco Collins — who also organized Enigk’s private preview show at the Triple Door Monday — is adding fuel to the fire. This morning, he Twittered this:
“Sunny Day Real Estate @ Bumbershoot? Fact or fiction?”
Ear Candy picked up on the message, calling Collins a “credible source” and stating that it was likely the band would, in fact, play at Bumbershoot. Lineout made a similar, more cautious speculation this morning.
But that message has now been removed from Collin’s Twitter page, making the possibility of a reunion even more mysterious. What gives? Any out there think it’s likely this reunion would happen? How do the band’s previous break-ups and make-ups factor in?