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Hey hey David. Welcome to the Motor City today! This is a last ditch effort to try and reach you guys. I'm a moron when it comes to Facebook and Messanger etc, can't get that stuff to play nice, all very convoluted if you haven't been using it regularly I guess... I tried your website contact twice now... please shoot me an email regarding the show tonight if you can make a couple minutes. Thank ya kindly in advance! Lookin forward to the Big River Get Down too! modifab at g mail dot com...
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The Revivalists Men Amongst Mountains 2016 Tour Dates are ON SALE NOW!

3.3 • The Fox Theatre • Boulder, CO // http://bit.ly/Revs030316
3.4 • The Ogden Theatre • Denver, CO // http://bit.ly/Revs030416
3.5 • Belly Up, Aspen • Aspen, CO // http://bit.ly/Revs030516
3.9 • Neumos • Seattle, WA // http://bit.ly/Revs030916
3.10 • Aladdin Theater • Portland, OR // http://bit.ly/Revs031016
3.16 • The Teragram Ballroom • Los Angeles, CA // http://bit.ly/Revs031616
3.18 • The Independent • San Francisco, CA // http://bit.ly/Revs031816
3.19 • The Independent • San Francisco, CA // http://bit.ly/Revs031916
3.20 • Crystal Bay Casino • Crystal Bay, NV // http://bit.ly/Revs032016
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"When the band rolled up to Forecastle Festival last month in Louisville, Kentucky, their set was a rowdy one that echoed over the grounds and made an impression long before we sauntered up to the stage on that sweltering day."

David & Zack perform acoustic versions of "Amber" and "Keep Going" for Paste Magazine

http://www.pastemagazine.com/articles/2015/09/live-from-forecastle-festival-2015-the-revivalists-1.html
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Cool interview. I loved how they ended "it was a sin".
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Pre-sale tickets for our newly-announced 2016 Tour Dates are now available. Can't wait to see you all again!

2.5 • House of Blues New Orleans • http://bit.ly/RevsNolaPS
2.19 • Varsity Theatre - Baton Rouge, LA • http://bit.ly/RevsBRPS
2.20 • Varsity Theatre - Baton Rouge, LA • http://bit.ly/RevsBRPS2
3.15 • Belly Up San Diego • http://bit.ly/RevsSDPS
4.7 • Major Rager Augusta, GA • http://themajorrager.com/
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The Revivalists bring their New Orleans funk, rock, and soul to the Acoustic Cafe studio for a visit along with the story behind their new album Men Amongst Mountains.

http://acafe.com/full-show/this-weeks-show-1077/
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ON TOUR NOW! New Orleans based band on the run spreads the love and steals the margarine.
Introduction
The formation of The Revivalists was all about chance, but everything since then has been a combination of hard work, awesome music, and friendship. The septet has been playing nonstop since 2007, crafting a genre-hopping sound that rounds out traditional rock instrumentation with horns and pedal steel guitar and mixes the divergent backgrounds of its individual members with the humid, funky undercurrents of the band’s New Orleans home. The result is like English spoken with an exotic accent: familiar, yet difficult to pin down.

Religion aside, a revival is all about the tangible electricity that can only be created when enough like minds are crammed under a single roof for a singular purpose. It’s a spiritual spectacle, a carnival of the divine, a whole greater than the sum of its parts. The same could be said for The Revivalists’ searing live performances. The band has a knack for bringing music to life on a stage, and they have tuned their talents to Swiss-watch precision over years of relentless touring. Their bombastic showmanship is the outgrowth of a desire to connect with audiences on a personal level, and that intimate connection is what elevates their shows above simple entertainment.

True to their name, The Revivalists lean more heavily on the older styles and warmer sounds of the golden age of rock ‘n roll, but the band isn’t afraid to dabble in electronics and sleight-of-studio when it’s right for the song. The group tends not to bother with questions like “does this sound like us?” or “does this fit with our other stuff?”, instead allowing songs to define themselves and take shape organically, each on its own terms. Is this a dark, heavy rock manifesto driven by a steel guitar line that borders on electronica, or is it an airy, acoustic story about star-crossed lovers, rich in vocal harmony and sparsely arranged until the coda? This one’s funky, that one’s sweet, this one’s heavy…

To The Revivalists, it doesn’t matter. They just write songs that they want to play.