TUE, AUG 8, 2006 at 11:24 AM


With the band’s Sub Pop debut coming out this month, Zak, Alan & Mimi have been busy, busy dudes. Aside from gearing up for an ass-load of tour dates , Low has recently announced that they’re going to give a live acoustic performance & interview on Air America in NYC on February 4th. It’s live, so tune in to Air America at 11:30 am!
Guess what else? There’s a sweet film called Low In Europe, and it’s being screened on February 4th and 5th at 5 PM in NYC at the Pioneer Theatre. On the fourth, Alan Sparhawk will totally be there, discussing the movie with the audience. Sayeth the mighty press release:
" LOW IN EUROPE is a portrait of an exceptional band in the international music circus – with personal statements, impressions of an incessant tour life, and a lot of excellent music. The band plays concerts in small clubs in German cities like Dresden, Cologne, and Berlin, as well as in beautiful and big locations such as the “Union Chapel” in London. One day they stumble into a meeting with the legendary band Napalm Death after they played a beautiful unplugged radio session with their own Christmas songs. As they arrive in London for their two final shows on February 14th and 15th, 2003, the city faces the largest ever political demonstration in history."
For more information on the film, contact Ray at film@twoboots.com. For more information about Air America, click here:

Posted by Harry Dean Hudson