NeverShoutNever Exclusive Performance This Week

Last week NeverShoutNever released their third full-length studio album Time Travel. While that might not be a blip on all rockers’ radar, it certainly is a huge one for their devoted fan base. Anyone who’s been a fan of Christopher Drew and band knows their discography also includes multiple singles and over 3 other EPs. In support of the new release NSN launched “The Time Travel Tour” with A Rocket To The Moon, The Plain White T’s, Fake Problems, and Carter Husley. *

The tour rolls through Los Angeles this week, with NSN performing at HOB-Sunset and The Grove of Anaheim on September 28th and 30th, respectively. While tickets are still available for each show – what fans should be rushing to is the exclusive hang out event with the band happening Friday September 29th. Announced only last Friday, the indie-rock band act as special guest at the grand opening of the new Warner Bros. Records store in Burbank.

The band will be doing an acoustic set as well as a signing. This exclusive event is limited to the first 250 people who show up. Do not be fooled; NSN draws a crowd. If you want to get in, you might expect to be waiting a few hours ahead of time to secure your spot. The show starts at 5:00 PM and there will be exclusive merchandise available for purchase, including a limited edition lithograph signed by the whole band.

Even better news for those who attend the HOB-Sunset show. If you bring your ticket stub you get the lithograph and a special NSN button for FREE! And as a consolation for those who cannot attend the in-store appearance (i.e. those who work normal jobs with normal hours), you will be able to stream the session online.

These exclusive opportunities don’t happen very often anymore with the band so if you can get to Burbank with time to kill in line – consider it.

The new WB Records location is 3300 Warner Blvd., Burbank, CA 91505. Street parking is available but limited. If no parking can be found on Warner Blvd – try Riverside Dr.

*Supporting acts differ from show to show.

* post by Shannon Moore

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