Vegas rock band Theory Of Flight soars into the summer opening for well-known rock band Marcy Playground for the “Leaving Wonderland…In a Fit Of Rage” tour. The tour begins June 3 in Janesville, WI at The Back Bar and then heads to Fridley, MN (June 4), Rochester, MN(June 5), Des Moines, IA (June 6), Bellingham, WA (June 10), and Olympia, WA (June 11). The tour continues in Napavine, WA(June 12), Seattle, WA (June 13), Corpus Christi, TX (August 4), Austin, TX (August 5), Houston, TX(August 6), Galveston, TX (August 7), ending in San Antonio, TX(August 8).
The band was asked to join the tour making it perfect timing for Theory Of Flight as they released their debut album, Within Reach on April 20. Lead singer Beau Hodges comments, “We were on the road when we found out that we would be on tour with Marcy Playground for summer 2010. We got instantly energized by the news and are stoked to be heading out with such a great band!”
While on the “Leaving Wonderland…In a Fit Of Rage” tour Theory Of Flight connects with TIGI hair products “Rockaholic,” a line influenced by the music world realm unleashing the rock star in all of us. Theory Of Flight will be promoting the “Rockaholic” hair product line throughout the tour with Marcy Playground. President of Ue3 Promotions, Jennifer Lyneis, created the unique relationship between Theory Of Flight and TIGI. “TIGI’s ‘Rockaholic’ line was a fantastic fit for the band. We are very excited for the cross promotions, therefore, Theory Of Flight will promote the hair line in selected tour cities across the U.S,” states Lyneis.
Theory Of Flight’s current single “Set The Night On Fire” off the Within Reach album, has been hitting the pop and alternative radio airwaves. The music video for the single was shot in their home town of Vegas and is currently featured on Yahoo! Music for the site’s “New Music” section. The video was also recently featured on popular teen satellite TV segment Channel One.
Within Reach was produced by Grammy winning duo Bob Cutarella (The Police, Elton John, and Cyndi Lauper) and Fran Carthcart (Sting, Sevendust, and Beyoncé) of NYC’s East Side Sound studios. Original mixing of the album was done by renowned L.A. engineer, Mark Needham(Fleetwood Mac, Chris Issak, and The Killers).