Category:Don't Tread On The Cut-Up Snake World Tour 1992 Shows
Don't Tread on the Cut-Up Snake World Tour 1992 was the official name of They Might Be Giants' 1992 world tour in support of Apollo 18. It was also the band's first tour to feature a live band: JD Feinberg on the drums, Tony Maimone on bass guitar, and Kurt Hoffman on saxophones, clarinet, and keyboard.
The name of the tour refers to the snake symbol used to unite the American colonies during the French and Indian War and also the American Revolution; an image of a cut-up snake appears in Benjamin Franklin's famous "Join, or Die" political cartoon, and the Gadsden flag contains the phrase, "Don't tread on me."
According to the TMBG Summer 1992 Information Bulletin, it featured 38 dates, starting 6/16/92 and ending 8/15/92. An additional fourteen dates were posted by Bo Orloff to alt.music.tmbg in November 1992:
THEY MIGHT BE GIANTS Don't Tread On The Cut-Up Snake WORLD TOUR 1992 11/15 San Francisco, CA Great American Music Hall 11/16 San Francisco, CA Great American Music Hall 11/17 San Francisco, CA Great American Music Hall * 11/19 San Juan Cap, CA The Coach House * 11/20 Los Angeles, CA Fairfax High 11/21 Ventura, CA Ventura Theater * 11/22 Fullerton, CA Cal State 11/25 Honolulu, HI Pink's Garage 11/29 Tokyo, JAPAN On AIr 11/30 Tokyo, JAPAN On Air 12/2 Osaka, JAPAN Club Quattro 12/3 Kyoto, JAPAN Muse Hall 12/4 Nagoya, JAPAN Club Quattro 12/6 Tokyo, JAPAN Club Quattro * Special "First Album Live" Shows- TMBG will perform all 19 songs from their debut album live and in sequence at these shows. NOTE- The Nov 14th show at the Santa Cruz Civic Auditorium has been CANCELLED. Sorry.
See Shows/1992 for a full listing of the shows, as only ones with pages are listed below.
Pages in category "Don't Tread On The Cut-Up Snake World Tour 1992 Shows"
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