Seth Faergolzia East / South / Middle US Tour…

10/2 Avenue 209 – Lock Haven, PA
10/3 Blue Moon Cafe – Shepherdstown, WV
10/4 Electric Maid – Takoma, DC
10/5 The Cave – Chapel Hill, NC
10/6 The Station – Carrboro, NC
10/7 Calico Room – Wilmington, NC
10/8 Crown Station – Charlotte, NC
10/9 Tin Roof – Charleston, SC
10/10 Soho – Columbus, GA
10/11 Copper Top – Huntsville, Alabama
10/12 The Forge – Birmingham, Alabama
10/13 House Show – Pensacola, Florida
10/14 Celtic Irish Pub – Pascagoula, Mississippi
10/15 St. Roch – New Orleans, Louisiana
10/16 Notsuoh – Houston, Texas
10/17 Headhunters Club – Austin, Texas
10/18 The Swan Dive – Austin, Texas
10/20 Soundpony Lounge – Tulsa, Oklahoma
10/22 Art Closet Studios – Kansas City, Missouri
10/23 The Bridge – Columbia, Missouri
10/24 The Washington – Burlington, Iowa
10/25 The Grant Street Music Co-op – Bloomington, IN
10/26 Jupiter Studios – Alliance, Ohio

Ever since his days as the mastermind behind critically-acclaimed avant-boho outfit Dufus, Seth Faergolzia has blazed colorful trails into modes of expression one couldn’t have foreseen even as Dufus were being hailed as “freak folk” innovators.

When Faergolzia first emerged out of lower Manhattan at the turn of the millennium, he cut quite the figure as a trailblazing artist committed to pursuing his vision on the fringe of the fringes, quickly distinguishing himself as a visionary with an entertainer’s flair and
a penchant for bending minds. Naturally, the surface absurdism of his output drew comparisons to likeminded iconoclasts like Captain Beefheart, Zappa, Ween, and Mr. Bungle. But, Faergolzia has come to represent a genre unto himself, the labyrinthine pathways of his inspiration delighting audiences and collaborators alike.

In his new live show, taking the stage as a one-man tornado of sound, Faergolzia draws from new material, electronic samples, loops, improvisations, and choice selections from the Dufus vault — a full and varied cross-section of the matchless oddball muse that has delighted audiences, collaborators, and critics alike for over a decade.

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