MTV.comandVH1.com will premiere the official video for NEEDTOBREATHE's latest single Keep Your Eyes Open, today April 2nd. The captivating video, a perfect compliment to the memorable song, can be seen here:
NEEDTOBREATHE will perform Keep Your Eyes Open on Jimmy Kimmel Live this Thursday, April 5th.
The Charleston, SC band is currently on a widely successful national headlining tour in support of their late 2011 release, The Reckoning. The Reckoning Tour has already included two sold-out performances at Nashville's famed Ryman Auditorium, along with sellouts in Austin, Denver, Chicago, Toronto, Minneapolis and Washington. The group will wrap up their tour in Clemson, SC on April 27th before playing the Beale Street Festival in Memphis with My Morning Jacket & Florence & The Machine, and the Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival. Tour dates are listed below.
NEEDTOBREATHE has earned critical acclaim for The Reckoning, which debuted at #6 on the Billboard Top 200. From USA Today and Rolling Stone, to Entertainment Weekly and Relix, The New York Times raves, "this gifted band makes anthemic Southern rock that ... is beginning to reach for the far seats of the arena."
Thursday's performance on Kimmel follows successful late-night television appearances on The Late Show with David Letterman, The Tonight Show with Jay Leno and The Late Late show with Craig Ferguson. Watch NEEDTOBREATHE perform song Drive All Night on Letterman here http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0zzOQmdkSVQ
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April 10th Singletary Center Lexington, KY
April 11th House of Blues Cleveland, OH
April 12th Egyptian Room Indianapolis, IN
April 13th Stage AE Pittsburgh, PA
April 14th Opera House Toronto, ON
April 16th State Theatre Portland, ME
April 17th House of Blues Boston, MA
April 19th Webster Hall New York, NY
April 20th Electric Factory Philadelphia, PA
April 21st 9:30 Club Washington DC
April 23rd Liberty University Lynchburg, VA
April 26th Memorial Auditorium Raleigh, NC
April 27th Little John Coliseum Clemson, SC
May 4th Beale Street Music Festival Memphis, TN
June 7th-10th Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival Manchester, TN *
Keith Moon passed out on a The Who show in the early 70´s but the band asked if there was anyone in the audience who could play drums. A fan came up on stage to replace Moon and the band could finish the setlist for the night.