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Wednesday, February 25, 2009

Princes get Superfly

Posted By on Wed, Feb 25, 2009 at 11:01 AM

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The American Princes continue to make next-level advances. After landing in the top spot of Magnet Magazine's year-end poll for their album "Other People," the band's recently signed with Superfly Management, who also represent Galactic, but more impressively, produce Bonaroo, the Outside Lands fest in San Francisco and a chunk of Jazzfest.

So, I 'spect they know something about the music biz.

The immediate pay-off for the Princes is a spot in Bonaroo.

More immediately, the dudes will be in town to play with Smoke Up Johnny at White Water on March 6. Might be a night for two gigs, huh?

From here, the band will head to Austin to play Aquarium Drunkard's annual pre-SXSW show on March 14.

Princes guitarist Will Boyd will play bass, while regular bassist Luke Hunsicker continues to recover from surgery to remove a benign tumor.

Co-lead singer and guitarist Collins Kilgore says that the band plans to start working on new record in April for release later this year or early next year.

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