ONESIDEZERO Joins 311 And Incubus On Their North American Tours

By | August 30, 2001 at 12:00 AM

In support of their debut release, Is This Room Getting Smaller (September 25 – Maverick Records), ONESIDEZERO joins 311 and Incubus for their North American tours.

Following a string of sold-out LA club dates, ONESIDEZERO will pick up with 311 from September 11 in Las Vegas, NV through October 19 in Pensacola, FL. After a short break, the band will join Incubus for their West Coast tour dates beginning November 10 in Boise, ID, ending December 1 at the Universal Amphitheatre.

“New World Order,” the first single from Is This Room Getting Smaller, is already making its mark on radio, making ONESIDEZERO radio’s most-added new artist.

Vocalist/guitarist Jasan Radford and guitarist Levon Sultanian met through mutual friends, then solidified ONESIDEZERO’s lineup with the addition of guitarist Brett Kane, bassist Cristian Hernandez and drummer Rob Basile. The band’s electrifying live set and unique three-guitar sound has quickly become the talk of the L.A. club circuit, and the band enjoys a sizeable – and passionate – following.

Is This Room Getting Smaller demonstrates ONESIDEZERO’s energy and passion through its combination of bittersweet melodies, tumbling rhythms and expressive lyrics. In addition to “New World Order,” the album delves into the depths of every human emotion through songs like “Instead Laugh,” “Neverending,” and “Shed the Skin.”

ONESIDEZERO / 311 And ONESIDEZERO / Incubus Tour Dates

  • September 11 Las Vegas, NV The Joint
  • September 12 San Francisco, CA The Warfield
  • September 15 Portland, OR Roseland Theatre
  • September 16 Boise, ID The Big Easy
  • September 18 Denver, CO Fillmore Auditorium
  • September 19 Kansas City, MO Uptown Theatre
  • September 20 St. Louis, MO The Pageant
  • September 21 Memphis, TN Mud Island Amphitheater
  • September 23 Columbus, OH Promo-West Arena Lot
  • September 25 Madison, WI Alliant Energy Expo
  • September 26 Chicago, IL Riviera Theatre
  • September 29 Cleveland, OH Nautica Stage
  • October 1 Toronto, ONT The Government
  • October 2 Montreal, QUE Le Spectrum
  • October 4 Lowell, MA Paul Tsongas Arena
  • October 5 Burlington, VT Burlington Memorial
  • October 6 Asbury Park, NJ The Convention Hall
  • October 7 New York, NY The Hammerstein Ballroom
  • October 9 Philadelphia, PA Electric Factory Ballroom
  • October 10 Philadelphia, PA Electric Factory Ballroom
  • October 11 Baltimore, MD Reitz Arena / Loyola
  • October 12 Washington, DC National
  • October 13 Norfolk, VA The Boathouse
  • October 14 Charleston, SC Wave Fest / Joe Riley
  • October 16 Gainesville, FL University of Florida
  • October 17 Boynton Beach, FL The Orbit
  • October 18 Orlando, FL Univ. of Central Florida
  • October 19 Pensacola, FL Bayfront Arena
  • November 10 Boise, ID The Big Easy
  • November 12 Spokane, WA Spokane Convention
  • November 14 Seattle, WA Paramount Theatre
  • November 15 Salem, OR Salem Armory
  • November 18 Sacramento, CA Sacramento Memorial
  • November 19 San Francisco, CA The Warfield
  • November 23 Las Vegas, NV House of Blues
  • November 25 Phoenix, AZ Mesa Amphitheatre
  • November 28 La Jolla, CA Rimac Arena
  • November 30 Santa Barbara, CA UCSB Campus
  • December 1 Universal City, CA Universal Amphitheatre

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