News•February 3, 2001 4:43 PM ET•2,233 views
Drowningman now back on track
Drowningman is once again "fully functional" and back in action. Ok, here's what happened. Drowningman's original drummer quit the band in January. They quickly found a replacement, but unfortunately he came down with the flu and by the time he recovered there wasn't enough time to pull things together for their tour dates in late January and early February. Luckily, he's healthly again and the band is ready to resume their touring schedule beginning on February 9th. Drowningman will make up the January shows they missed at some point in March and will also be doing some weekend shows in the Northeast with Boy Sets Fire. The group also plans on entering the studio soon to record a new EP. Here's where you can catch the guys live in the near future:
2/9 New York NY @ The Hardrock Cafe
2/10 Meriden CT @ The Hanover House w/ Glassjaw
2/16 Burlington VT @ 242 Main
2/17 Buffalo NY @ The Backstage Pub w/ Zao
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