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Teen-Beat Circus Tour No.2

(Part Deux)

A nationwide tour of three Teen-Beat artists and bands throughout the mid-atlantic, north-east, and mid-west portions of the United States of America which took place from August 8, 1996 through the early hours of August 18, 1996. A tour poster was made to commemorate the tour.

Touring artists (in reverse order of appearance):

MARK ROBINSON

PHIL KRAUTH

TEL AVIV


Host cities (in order of appearance):

August 8, 1996: at Fletcher's, Baltimore, Maryland
August 9, 1996: at Tokyo Rose, Charlottesville, Virginia
August 10, 1996: at Go! Records [final Wilson Blvd. location], Arlington, Virginia (?)
August 11, 1996: at Maxwell's, Hoboken, New Jersey
August 12, 1996: at The Middle East (Up), Cambridge, Mass. (with Delta 72)
August 13, 1996: at The Bug Jar, Rochester, New York
August 15, 1996: at Zoot's, Detroit, Michigan (with Windy & Carl)
August 16, 1996: at Lounge Ax, Chicago, Illinois (with Jim O'Rourke, Cindy Doll)
August 17, 1996: at Cicero's, St. Louis, Missouri
August 18, 1996: at Sudsy Malone's, Cincinnatti, Ohio

Teen-Beat's Fifth Anniversary banquet
The Teen-Beat Circus tour
OLYMPIC DEATH SQUAD Blue album
PHIL KRAUTH Silver Eyes album
TEL AVIV Tel Aviv album
TEL AVIV The Shape of Fiction album
Full Teen-Beat Moon booklet flyer for College Music Journal concert
Teen-Beat A New International t-shirt
Teen-Beat's Twentieth Anniversary commemorative postcard flyer
Teen-Beat 2009 calendar
Teen-Beat Circus Tour two poster
Teen-Beat Circus Tour No.2
poster


PERSONNEL


MARK ROBINSON

Mark Robinson,
Andy Comer


PHIL KRAUTH

Phil Krauth,
Chris Callahan,
Paul Kennedy,
Tom Krauth (Baltimore and Charlottesville only)


TEL AVIV

Andy Comer,
Jay Kraus,

Raymond Sweeten

TOUR TALENT AGENT

Ellen Stewart, Go Ahead Booking


POSTER DESIGN

Mark Robinson, Teen-Beat Graphica


ET CETERA

Tel Aviv's Andy Comer not only performed with his band, Tel Aviv, but also performed with Mark Robinson.

On August 10th, 1996, Tel Aviv performed at the Indie Rock Flea Market.

On August 14th, the tour visited Niagara Falls, and stayed the night at Warren DeFever's house in Livonia, Michigan.

Tel Aviv guitarist, Jay Kraus, published a tour diary in issue No.1 of Teen Confessions [Teen-Beat 214].


OPENING PERFORMANCE

August 8, 1996


FINAL PERFORMANCE ENDS

August 19, 1996


CATALOGUE No.

Teen-Beat 207


DETAILS


POSTER:

200 printed.


Orange/yellow ink on 11" x 17" white paper.


Printed by
A.S.A.P., Arlington, Virginia.


POSTERS

Kim Says
Unrest: Mark E.
The Rondelles
Mark Robinson
Cotton Candy
Unrest 2010