moe. will play fall shows at the Capital Theatre in Port Chester as well as two dates at the House of Blues in Boston.
The two-night run at the Cap will be Friday and Saturday, Nov. 13 and 14. Pre-sale tickets for the shows through moe.ticketing starts at noon tomorrow, and the public on-sale is set to begin at noon Friday.
Back on Feb. 8, 2014, moe. was one of the headliners for the Wetlands 25th anniversary show, with John Medeski in as a special guest to celebrate Peter Shapiro’s famed club, where many jam bands either got their start, or earned recognition.
The band will also play the House of Blues in Boston Oct. 9 and 10, but that’s all the information that’s been announced so far. Over the weekend, moe. announced a Washington, D.C. run in September via the programs at All Good Music Festival: Thursday, Sept. 24 at the Hamilton and Friday and Saturday, Sept. 25 and 26, at the 9:30 Club.
These dates are in addition to the Star Wars-themed Halloween run that moe. will play in Philly Oct. 30 and 31.
Last weekend, moe. played All Good for the sixth time. Prior to the band’s set, drummer Vinnie Amico spoke to the Frederick News Post on a variety of topics related to the band, including the current state of affairs:
“When I came in, I made the tide and the flow of the songs and the tide and the flow of the shows work differently. I came from a different school than the rest of the guys in moe., so that kind of showed in my playing and influenced the band as a whole.
Personally, the band has also changed. Everything has matured and continues to mature over the years, as far as songwriting goes. We’ve matured as people. We’ve all had kids and raised families. In the 18 years since I’ve been the drummer, I have a daughter who just graduated from high school. I’ve changed as a person, as a father, as well as everyone else in the band who’s gotten married, had kids … we’ve all grown up together and become fathers together and had families together.”