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10. Feb. 2010, 0:51

AM ON TOUR WITH AIR
February 27: Los Angeles, CA - Troubadour **
March 13: Miami, FL - Fillmore *
March 14: Orlando, FL - Hard Rock Live *
March 15: Atlanta, GA - Centerstage *
March 17: Washington, D.C. - 9:30 Club *
March 18: Philadelphia, PA - Electric Factory *
March 19: New York, NY - Terminal 5 *
March 20: Boston, MA - Berklee Performance Center *
March 22: Montreal, QC - Metropolis *
March 23: Toronto, ON - Kool Haus *
March 24: Chicago, IL - Riviera Theatre *
March 26: Oakland, CA - Fox Theatre *
March 27: San Diego, CA - 4th & B *
March 28: Los Angeles, CA - Walt Disney Concert Hall *
** with Zee Avi
* with Air

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AM has been invited by French electro-pop kings, AIR, to open their first North American tour in three years. Kicking off March 13 in Miami, the jaunt will serve as the perfect launching pad for AM's new album, Future Sons & Daughters, produced by Charles Newman (The Magnetic Fields) on FILTER U.S. Recordings. Both the physical release and the Deluxe Digital version featuring eight bonus tracks are out today. The run will end in AM's hometown with a concert at the illustrious Walt Disney which sold out in 30 minutes!

As a Tulsa-born, New Orleans-raised artist now living in Los Angeles' Echo Park, AM has a flare for distilling global musical influences into his own unique and infectious pop confections, AM's genre-blurring music, while hard to classify, goes down as smooth as a Mai Tai on a tropical island. Or as Creative Loafing succinctly put it, "AM has an uncanny knack for crafting pop songs shaken and stirred with Philly R&B, Motown soul, '60s rock and folk, and Brazilian rhythms that get in your head and swirl around for a spell."

"Future Sons & Daughters is worth every bit of the attention you give it, and then some. Each time you give it a spin you're bound to come across something new, and that, folks, is the mark of a great album." - American Songwriter (4 Star Review)

"With, arguably, some of the best bridges and choruses in the bizness, drawing from The Beatles and Badfinger or Curtis Mayfield and Jorge Ben, AM demonstrates over and again the simple fact of songwriting life: that imagination and taste is what it's all about." - Insound