Aug 19, 2008, 07:19AM

Today's Philosophical Conundrum In Music

Death Cab for Cutie announced today that they'll be opening for Neil Young at eleven U.S. and Canadian tour dates. Whose audience will expand the most from this cross-pollination? Will young Death Cab fans be scared by Young's craggy face? Does this increase or decrease the authenticity of the man who released Trans well before vocoders became cool?

Death Cab for Cutie is excited to announce their fall North American and European tour which will include the band's first performance at the legendary Radio City Music Hall, a bunch of US and Canadian shows with Neil Young and lots of new European tour dates. This tour will also feature the band's first time through quite a few US cities since the release of their new album "Narrow Stairs".

For full tour information and ticket links please visit:

Opening for Neil Young:

October 14 - Xcel Energy Center - St. Paul, MN

October 16 - MTS Centre - Winnipeg, MB

October 18 - Brandt Centre - Regina, SK

October 19 - Pengrowth Saddledone - Calgary, AB

October 21 - Comcast Arena at Everett - Everett, WA

October 22 - General Motors Place - Vancouver, BC

October 29 - Cox Arena - San Diego, CA

October 30 - The Forum, Inglewood, CA

November 1 - Reno Events Center - Reno, NV

November 4 - Sprint Center - Kansas City, MO

November 5 - Qwest Center - Omaha, NE


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