Sean Lennon Tours In Unrealistic Attempt To Top His Brother Julian’s Legacy

You know the drill, right? You're an intelligent dude/dudette on a busy schedule and you have little time to hem or haw. You see those tourdates laid out down there. Who's stopping you from skipping this paltry text and plunging right into the thick of it? Go on, scan for your city. Scratch that date down in your planner. Walk away. Don't bother yourself thinking about the consequences. After all, I don't have emotions. I'm merely a robot, and my purpose on this Earth is to serve you.

Sure, I was going to say a couple words about Sean Lennon's new album, Friendly Fire, but you probably aren't interested. And that's a-okay. You came here for the tourdates, the raw info, the bare bones, and that's what you'll get. It's how things work around here at TMT — soullessly. It shows character. Since you've probably stopped reading this text entirely, I'll just say I'm glad you now have some extra time to fast-forward through movies, read the last page of mystery novels, have sex with no foreplay, and eat sandwiches without bothering to put the meat on the bread. That's the kind of person you are: in-and-out. I respect that, and I respect you.

I'll be over here if you need anything else. Anything at all.

11.18.06 - Los Angeles, CA - El Rey Theatre
11.19.06 - San Francisco, CA - Great American Music Hall
11.21.06 - Vancouver, BC - Richards on Richard
11.22.06 - Seattle, WA - Neumo's Crystal Reading Room
12.11.06 - Minneapolis, MN - First Avenue
12.12.06 - Chicago, IL - Park West
12.13.06 - Toronto, ON - Opera House
12.15.06 - Philadelphia, PA - Theater of Living Arts
12.16.06 - Boston, MA - Paradise
12.17.06 - Alexandria, VA - Birchmere
12.18.06 - State College, PA - State Theatre
12.22.06 - Baltimore, MD - Rams Head Tavern
12.23.06 - New York, NY - Bowery Ballroom