Published Sep 19, 2013Cuff the Duke hail from Oshawa and are based in Toronto, and this fall they will be giving their home province special treatment in the form of an Ontario tour.
This locally minded trek will find the rootsy band playing 10 shows between late October and mid-November. Interestingly, the group will be omitting some of the province's largest cities, since they will be skipping Toronto and Ottawa in favour of smaller towns like Aylmer, Burnstown and Nipissing.
See the dates below. Cuff the Duke will be joined on the road by the Odd Years, which features the band's own drummer A.J. Johnson.
Following the tour, the group will begin writing their next studio album, marking their first since 2012's Union.
10/25 Sudbury, ON - Townehouse Tavern
10/26 Nipissing Village, ON - Piebird Farmstay
10/30 London, ON - London Music Club
11/01 Kingston, ON - Grad Club
11/02 Burnstown, ON - Neat Coffee Shop
11/05 Hamilton, ON - Casbah
11/08 Barrie, ON - Clarkson Pub
11/09 Oshawa, ON - The Moustache Club
11/15 Peterborough, ON - The Red Dog
11/16 Aylmer, ON - Old Town Hall