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Penny Blacks "Long Lights" Release Party and Tour

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dawn

Penny Blacks will celebrate the launch of their new album "Long Lights" (available online and in stores September 29) in their home town of Saint John at The Water Street Dinner Theatre on Saturday October 7.  They will be joined by special guests Saint John's Fox Farm. The Dinner Theatre will provide a rare cabaret-style live environment for both bands, offering both table and theatre-style seating as well as standing room. 
This is not a ticketed event. Attendees are encouraged to arrive early to secure preferred seating. Admission is $10 at the door or $20 for admission and a copy of "Long Lights".  
Event Details:
Penny Blacks "Long Lights" Release Party
with special guests Fox Farm
Saturday, October 7
The Water Street Dinner Theatre
110 Water St. Saint John NB
doors 7 PM
show 8 PM
$10 door
or $20 for admission + album
https://www.facebook.com/events/117210932284864

Long Lights on YouTube:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tOcPyzvSz-8
Long Lights Fall Tour
Penny Blacks will be spreading the word of the new album beyond their home town starting on September 29 in Halifax at The Carleton. Catch the band on tour throughout the fall:

Sept 29 - The Carleton | Halifax NS
Sept 30 - The Mug and Anchor | Mahone Bay NS

Oct 6 Fri -  Wilser's Room | Fredericton NB
Oct 7 Sat - Water S.t Dinner Theatre | Saint John NB
Oct 27 Fri - Ducky's | Sackville NB
Oct 28 Sat - House Show | Sydney NS
Wed 1 Nov - TBA | Quebec City QC

Nov 2 Thur - The Dakota |Toronto ON

Nov 3 Fri - Bar Robo | Ottawa ON
Sat 4 Nov - Grumpy's | Montreal
Sat 25 Nov - Parkindale Hall | Elgin NB
Complete tour dates at pennyblacks.ca

About Penny Blacks:

Penny Blacks revel equally in folk - country weepers and sheer pop. Still dripping with the salt air and desolate fog of their hometown of Saint John, 2016 found the band touring Canada in anticipation of their forthcoming 2017 album Long Lights. Following the critically acclaimed Moleskine Weather - an autumnal snapshot of Penny Blacks stripped down to its roots - Long Lights promises the same whisper-in-your-ear intimacy, but with the churning raucous of restless guitar riffs and barroom cacophony right behind.