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As one of the most sought-after bands on the Jam/roots circuit in the early 2000’s, Perpetual Groove reached 800+ in hard ticket sales in markets as diverse as San Francisco, New York, Boston, Chicago, Atlanta, Denver, Ft. Lauderdale, Washington, D.C. Tampa, Charlotte, Raleigh-Durham, Austin, TX Savannah, GA, Charleston, SC, Athens, GA, Richmond, VA, Norfolk, VA and New Orleans; headlining festivals such as Bonnaroo, 10,000 Lakes, High Sierra, Wakarusa, Langerado, Jamcruise and Jam in the Dam. Perpetual Groove, after a rejuvenating hiatus, has returned, much to the delight of their still-supportive and loyal fans. As their fans have matured, the band’s sound has also grown, with the band’s songwriters incorporating elements of pop and even EDM into the traditional P. Groove sound. Perpetual Groove is once more a full-time, national touring act, with a new album, their seventh studio album, entitled simply, Perpetual Groove.
The band just brought in a new management team (Barney Kilpatrick and Neal Spielberg of Rockit Artist Management) and agent (Mark Lourie of Skyline Music) as a measure of their determination to develop a wider audience. Unusually committed to tour marketing, this team is available to assist promoters and venues of all kinds in obtaining fantastic sales and gross results and has access to electronic media most promoters cannot obtain.