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10 Sep

The Expendables Announce US Tour!

Pearl artist, Adam Patterson, and The Expendables have announced their upcoming fall tour plans with a 40+ date, co-headlining tour that will span coast to coast, across the US. The Expendables have brought their multi-faceted and high-demand live show around the world, selling over 100,000 albums independently, and wowing thousands every night of their 14 year existence. Most recently, the band released their latest album, Gone Soft, an acoustic album consisting of retooled versions of the fan favorites that have made the band one of the finest in their genre.

Drumming extraordinaire, Adam Patterson, provides the laid-back and relaxed grooves for The Expendables, with his versatility showing through perfectly throughout the band’s signature “punk-meets-reggae-meets-pop”, sound. Joining the Pearl Family in 2011, Adam insisted on getting behind Pearl’s Reference Series drums, looking toward the Reference Series Recipe to provide him with the optimum tones that he is looking for. Adam’s current setup is as follows:

Reference Series: Scarlet Fade (155)

22x18- bass drum
10x8- rack tom
12x9- rack tom
16x13- hanging floor tom
14x6.5- Reference Series snare (wood)

A full list of tour dates for The Expendables upcoming tour can be found below, and more information on the band can be found on their official website, See you on the road Adam!

The Expendables: 2012 Fall Tour

09.12. Ace of Spades- Sacramento, CA
09.13. Senator Theatre- Chico, CA
09.14. The Fillmore- San Francisco, CA
09.15. Expo Center- San Luis Obispo, CA
09.17 Showbox at The Market- Seattle, WA
09.18. Wonder Ballroom- Portland, OR
09.20. The Depot- Salt Lake City, UT
09.21. The Black Sheep- Colorado Springs, CO
09.23. The Waiting Room- Omaha, NE
09.27. The Rave Bar- Milwaukee, WI
09.28. St. Andrews Hall- Detroit, MI
09.29. House of Blues- Chicago, IL
09.30. Bogart’s- Cincinnati, OH
10.02. House of Blues- Cleveland, OH
10.03. Altar Bar- Pittsburgh, PA
10.05. The Stone Pony- Asbury Park, NJ
10.06. Irving Plaza- New York, NY
10.07. Theatre of the Living Arts- Philadelphia, PA
10.08. Paradise Rock Club- Boston, MA
10.10. Rams Head Live- Baltimore, MD
10.12. The National- Richmond, VA
10.14. Amos Southend- Charlotte, NC
10.17. Lincoln Theatre- Raleigh, NC
10.18. Music Farm- Charleston, SC
10.19. House of Blues- Myrtle Beach, SC
10.21. The Masquerade- Atlanta, GA
10.25. Florida Theater- Gainesville, FL
10.26. Gaines Street Station- Tallahassee, FL
10.30. Varsity Theatre- Baton Rouge, LA
11.01. Emo’s East- Austin, TX
11.02. The Ridglea Theater- Fort Worth, TX
11.03. Scout Bar- Houston, TX
11.04. House of Rock- Corpus Christi, TX
11.07. The Rock- Tucson, AZ
11.08. Orpheum Theater- Flagstaff, AZ
11.09. The Wiltern- Los Angeles, CA