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The Revival Tour featuring Chuck Ragan (Hot Water Music) / Dave Hause (of The Loved Ones) / Toh Kay (Streetlight Manifesto) / Rocky Votolato / Jenny Owen Youngs
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The Revival Tour
featuring Chuck Ragan (Hot Water Music)
/ Dave Hause (of The Loved Ones) / Toh Kay (Streetlight Manifesto) / Rocky Votolato

The Revival Tour Chuck Ragan (Hot Water Music) Dave Hause (of The Loved Ones) Toh Kay (Streetlight Manifesto) Rocky Votolato Jenny Owen Youngs
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Thursday, Apr 04, 2013 8:30 PM EDT 2013-04-04T20:30 (7:30 PM Doors)
- Friday, Apr 05, 2013 12:00 AM EDT 2013-04-05T0:00
, Cleveland Heights, OH

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Folk music was born from a rich tradition of giving and openness—and no one has done more to bring that original spirit back to the genre in recent years than Chuck Ragan has with The Revival Tour. “It’s an age-old idea and the way that families and communities have shared music for hundreds of years,” Ragan explains when asked where the inspiration for the Revival Tour came from. “At the end of most tours I went on, everyone would end up on stage together anyway so I thought why not communicate more before hand so we can share the old way collaboration onstage from the onset as the folks that came before us all did in the past?’”

Ragan—who is well-known as both a solo recording and touring artist as well as guitarist/vocalist for the legendary punk act Hot Water Music—conceptualized the idea for the Revival Tour in 2005 along with his wife Jill Ragan, however it didn’t come to fruition until 2008 when Ragan hit the road with Avail’s Tim Barry, Lucero’s Ben Nichols and a cast of revolving guests—including Against Me!’s Tom Gabel—for the tour’s inaugural year. “On the first tour we did 52 shows in 57 days. It was a long haul, took a lot of work and time to pull together but once we got on the road it was well worth it,” Ragan reminisces from his Northern California home.