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    District 97/Dave Kerzner Band STATIC VAULTS US TOUR

    We're very pleased to announce the STATIC VAULTS TOUR featuring District 97 and The Dave Kerzner Band! We had a blast teaming up with Dave in the UK/Europe last year and we can't wait to bring this show stateside! Here are the dates so far:

    Friday, 10/20 @ Progtoberfest III ​at Reggies​ Rock Club, Chicago, IL. Tickets available at https://www.ticketfly.com/purchase/event/1450049.

    Sunday, 10/22 @ Musica​, Akron, OH. Tickets available at http://www.ticketweb.com/t3/sale/Sal...ventId=7443465

    Monday, 10/23 ​ @ Roxy & Dukes Roadhouse​ in Dunellen, NJ. Tickets available at http://njp102317.bpt.me/

    Tuesday, 10/24 @ DROM​, New York City, NY. Tickets available at http://www.ticketweb.com/t3/sale/Sal...pl=cegpresents

    Wednesday, 10/25 @ The Kennett Flash​, Kennett Square, PA. Tickets available at http://www.kennettflash.org/event/1522449.

    Thursday, 10/26 TBA

    Friday, 10/27 @ Club Nirvana, Louisville, KY *DISTRICT 97 ONLY*, no Dave Kerzner Band (but featuring local greats Grackle). More info at https://www.nirvanalouisville.com/

    Keep checking our SHOWS page at http://www.district97.net/shows as more dates are added. Let us know if you're coming to one or more of these very special shows!

    Other D97 News

    The Live At De Boerderij DVD/HD Download continues to gather rave reviews. Check out this newest one from Proglodytes at https://proglodytes.com/2017/07/25/d...-de-boerderij/ which says "this DVD is more than worth your time. If you aren’t yet a fan of the band, it will make you a fan of the band. If you ARE a fan of the band, it is an energetic, top notch performance of the songs you love."

    You can get one of only roughly 100 remaining limited-edition autographed copies of Live At De Boerderij at the INSIDE THE VAULT CLUB at http://www.district97.net/insidethevaultclub by signing up as a Keyholder (Premium Member). You'll also receive exclusive D97 music on the 15th of each month. Now is a great time to sign up as that's coming right up!

    Here are some new preview clips from Live At De Boerderij:




    So we and Dave hope to see you this Fall! Please let us know if you're coming or have any questions and we'll try to answer them.
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    You guys have got to get out of the Northeast and come see the rest of the country.

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    Cool. Not making Progday so I'll have a chance to see Kerzner in PA. Never heard of the Kennett Flash though, but only 1.25hr away.
    JG

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    Quote Originally Posted by yodathedog View Post
    You guys have got to get out of the Northeast and come see the rest of the country.
    SECOND THAT!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by yodathedog View Post
    You guys have got to get out of the Northeast and come see the rest of the country.
    I'm going to make a guess that they can't afford to. They probably all have day jobs or other running commitments that keep them from touring for more than a few days. Or, some or all of them are professional musicians with multiple gigs in casino bands, churches, session work, backing bands, and the like, and they aren't willing to lose money.

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    Those are few clips of my band. Looking forward to this! We had a great time touring with District 97 in Europe. Great that we're doing it again in the US a bit. If it goes really well in terms of turn out (ticket sales etc.) because touring a progressive rock show like this to me is an experiment then I can imagine us spreading out and doing more dates in the US. The musicians in my band DO have other gigs that pay more than a progrock gig so they do it because they love the music. With time that can change and it's what all of us are looking forward to.... that moment when you can sell out Royal Albert Hall! haha. In the meantime... catch one of these rare gigs if you can! Great night of progressive rock for a very reasonable price.

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    I have my ticket for the Kennett Square show!

    I've contributed to both bands campaigns and I am looking forward to both of them!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Baribrotzer View Post
    I'm going to make a guess that they can't afford to. They probably all have day jobs or other running commitments that keep them from touring for more than a few days. Or, some or all of them are professional musicians with multiple gigs in casino bands, churches, session work, backing bands, and the like, and they aren't willing to lose money.
    Pretty common scenario these days. I'm just glad they're able to do this at all. Lucky for me I live in Chicago, so at least D97 is fairly easy to catch.

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    We (Grackle) are very much looking forward to playing with our D97 friends in Louisville. Come and visit! Make it a weekend trip. Bourbon!

    Steve

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    Yes, it is a challenge for us to tour with all of the members professional/personal commitments, and the west coast/other viable areas are a heck of a lot farther from Chicago than the Northeast is. That being said we've made a lot of great connections recently so it's definitely possible we'll expand our territory. The main thing holding us back is there have not been many solid "anchor gig" opportunities in more far-flung parts of the country (aside from Cruise to the Edge earlier this year, and then touring with Pain of Salvation, which took us to many new areas). But as Dave said, if this run goes well, perhaps we'll be doing more US dates. In the meantime, please try to come see these as it will be quite a show!
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    I'll be at Progtoberfest. If D97 can't come to you, then you go to D97.

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    Quote Originally Posted by doh View Post
    I'll be at Progtoberfest. If D97 can't come to you, then you go to D97.
    Much appreciated. Looking forward to seeing you!

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    As much as I'd like to support NJP, I believe I'll be at the DROM NYC show. Looking forward to it!

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    I just wanted to share this review from Prog Magazine of our new live DVD at http://teamrock.com/review/2017-07-2...rij-dvd-review. Among other things, it says "this captures the gig-hardened band on great form at the much-loved Dutch venue. Guitarist Jim Tashjian’s tones are bulked up, newbies Andrew Lawrence (keyboards) and Tim Seisser (bass) have bedded in well and founder Jonathan Schang’s Bruford-approved drumming is a sight to behold. As for Hunt, she remains one of modern prog’s consummate performers. With a glint in her eye, she engages with the crowd and truly performs the songs, grooving to odd rhythms with moves that’d spell painful doom for less supple joints."

    Today is a great to to get yours by joining http://www.district97.net/insidethevaultclub as a Keyholder (Premium Member). Not only will you get one of the remaining copies, but you'll also get exclusive D97 music on the 15th of every month, and that's tomorrow!

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    How do you feel about being Bruford-approved? I'm imagining a Certificate of Achievement signed by him, of course.

    And how does Leslie feel about having supple joints? Less supple = everyone. But, she's definitely an awesome performer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by doh View Post
    How do you feel about being Bruford-approved? I'm imagining a Certificate of Achievement signed by him, of course.

    And how does Leslie feel about having supple joints? Less supple = everyone. But, she's definitely an awesome performer.
    Haha, I'm thrilled to be "Bruford-approved!" There's no certificate, but he did sign a couple CDs for me. We also exchange emails on an occasional basis, and it's always a thrill to get his insights into my, his, and other's music, as well as his various pithy observations.

    As for Leslie, I'm not sure that I can speak for how she feels about the suppleness of her joints relative to everyone else. Come to a show and you can ask her!

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    Leslie's great in person too. But no way I would bring that up. On the cruise, I overheard your tour manager complaining about how guys were always hounding her. I think she needs *less* creepiness in her life.

    I did get the VIP package for Progtoberfest so I can say hi to the whole gang. I enjoyed the cruise atmosphere where I felt comfortable saying hi and VIP is probably as close at it gets outside of that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by doh View Post
    Leslie's great in person too. But no way I would bring that up. On the cruise, I overheard your tour manager complaining about how guys were always hounding her. I think she needs *less* creepiness in her life.

    I did get the VIP package for Progtoberfest so I can say hi to the whole gang. I enjoyed the cruise atmosphere where I felt comfortable saying hi and VIP is probably as close at it gets outside of that.
    Awesome, see you there!

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