McAlister Drive
Mercury Lounge
McAlister Drive
November
26
New York, NY

Hi from Cartagena, Colombia,

Yes, Colombia. Though I am not here directly for music (best friend's wedding), I will be looking at South America with musical intentions. With over 9,000 spanish speaking McAlister Drive fans on Facebook and even more on Myspace, Twitter, and other sites, I will be trying to bridge the gap this week. 2013 will be a year of international travel. Keep checking www.mcalisterdrive.com for tour updates!
 
Even though we want to explore other countries, we know that there are a lot of you in the States that we promised to come see! Cities like, Tampa, Nashville, Ashville, New Orleans, Dallas, Harrisburg, Savannah, and many more are on the list for 2013 and some for 2012. Last month we were honored with two shows at the CMJ Music Festival in New York City. These show's were such a party for everyone, we have been invited back this month to host an Industry Monday Funday Night at the Mercury Lounge on November 26th. It's a perfect early night for the cubical daily grinders, a standard party night for the restaurant/entertainment biz, and a great night to get your week started by meeting some new people!
 
Following New York City we are doing the 24 hour drive! The trailer is packed, the band van is stacked, and the east coast road is open for McAlister Drive to find Florida. From November 28th – December 2nd we'll be playing St. Pete/Tampa, Siesta Key, and Orlando. The highlight for sure will be at the prestigious Jannus Live in St. Pete on Thursday November 29th.
 
 
See you all soon!

-Christoph and McAlister Drive

         
       
 
Thu Nov 20 14 Boston, MA Brighton Music Hall  
 
Fri Nov 21 14 New York, NY Mercury Lounge  
 
"They are musical chameleons with heartfelt, genuine lyrics, and Boston is lucky to have McAlister Drive as a part of the music scene."  — Libby Webster, WERS 88.9 FM
"Americana septet MCALISTER DRIVE feels a bit revived of late. First track, the glistening "Devil's Ghost," is worth that price by itself,  — Michael Moratta, The Phoenix
"It’s a new type of pop rock; not quite country and not quite southern rock, something else, something refreshing and new for you to rock out to."  — Dave Wall, Seeds the Hypetree Blog
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