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Sun. September 8, 2013
Titus Andronicus | San Francisco, CA |
Presented By Great American Music Hall

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Great American Music Hall (MAP)
859 OFarrell St
San Francisco, CA
US 94109

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Also Appearing:
Lost Boy

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415-885-0750

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Behold the amazing, yet true, story of the third/most recent Titus Andronicus LP, "Local Business."

It begins with a plan of action. While the first two LPs were elaborate concoctions, requiring the contributions of 30+ musicians, the most advanced computer wizardry and transmissions from an alternate universe, "Local Business" would be of the earth, the handiwork of a living and breathing entity. No more would Titus Andronicus the studious recording project and Titus Andronicus the raucous touring machine be two distinct beings; there would only be Titus Andronicus, rock and roll band.

At the center of the band remained, as ever, singer-songwriter Patrick Stickles. Flanking him was the dynamic duo of Eric Harm on drums and Julian Veronesi on bass, rhythm section and principal backup singers. Returning to the fold was recent college graduate Liam Betson on guitar, whose studies kept him off the road but not away from the recording of the first two LPs. Rounding out the band was the latest addition, guitarist extraordinaire, and founder of Brooklyn DIY haven Shea Stadium, Adam Reich, moving gracefully from the position of live sound engineer to band member following the abrupt departure of keyboardist David Robbins.

With an album's worth of new songs in their pocket, Titus Andronicus took to the road in March of 2012, hashing out their new material night after night on tour, throughout the eastern United States and at the SXSW music conference. It would be the energy of the stage that they would strive to recreate in the studio.

"Local Business" was released on October 22nd, 2012, and people liked it.

"It reflects the band's genuine appreciation for both punk and classic rock, a heritage equal parts the Boss and the Ramones." - MOTHER JONES

"They play hyper-intelligent and visceral rock 'n' roll from the Garden State that knocks down and reassembles the heritage of New Jersey's past with rambunctious, cerebral aplomb." - ALTERNATIVE PRESS

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