Announcement/News

The Blue Stones come back to Pittsburgh @ Thunderbird Music Hall 2/14 w/ JJ Wilde

Photo Credit: Jennifer McCord

Canadian alternative-rock duo The Blue Stones are coming through Pittsburgh at Thunderbird Music Hall on February 14th as part of their upcoming headline tour with support from JJ Wilde.

Tarek Jafar (guitar/vocals) and Justin Tessier (drums/vocals), carry a stadium-sized sound in their live show which can also be heard on their single “Shakin’ Off The Rust.” The track, which has been making an impact on alternative radio, is meticulously layered with cannon-esque percussion and electrifying guitars, culminating in an inspiring chorus focused on fresh starts. It serves as the first single off the band’s upcoming Paul Meany (Mutemath, Twenty One Pilots) produced sophomore album out on Entertainment One later this year.

Upcoming Tour Dates:
01/23 @ The Mansion – Kingston, ON
01/24 @ Rum Runners – London, ON
01/25 @ Warehouse St – Catharines, ON
01/30 @ Horseshoe Tavern – Toronto, ON
01/31 @ Petit Campus – Montreal, QC  
02/01 @ 27 Club – Ottawa, ON  
02/06 @ Turf Club – St. Paul, MN 
02/07 @ Vaudeville Mews – Des Moines, IA
02/08 @ Blueberry Hill Duck Room – St. Louis, MO 
02/09 @ High Noon Saloon – Madison, WI 
02/11 @ Schubas Tavern – Chicago, IL 
02/13 @ Top Cats – Cincinnati, OH 
02/14 @ Thunderbird Music Hall – Pittsburgh, PA 
02/15 @ The Hollow – Albany, NY 
02/16 @ The Lizard Lounge at Chameleon Club – Lancaster, PA 
02/18 @ MilkBoy – Philadelphia, PA 
02/19 @ Rough Trade – Brooklyn, NY 
02/20 @ Mohawk Place – Buffalo, NY 
02/21 @ The Basement – Columbus, OH 
02/22 @ The Grog Shop – Cleveland, OH
03/12 @ The Park Theatre – Winnipeg, MB  
03/13 @ The Exchange – Regina, SK
03/18 @ Better Than Fred’s – Grande Prairie, AB
03/19 @ Bo’s Bar – Red Deer, AB
03/20 @ The Starlite Room – Edmonton, AB
03/21 @ The Gateway – Calgary, AB
03/23 @ The Blue Grotto – Kamloops, BC  
03/24 @ Sapphire – Kelowna, BC 
03/25 @ Capital Ballroom – Victoria, BC  
03/26 @ The Biltmore Cabaret – Vancouver, BC