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For Immediate Release

Bass Icon Stu Hamm To Tour The US In Support Of New Album “The Diary of Patrick Xavier"

Stu Hamm solo tour dates:
FEBRUARY 27, TUE - St. Paul, MN (Vieux Carré)
FEBRUARY 28, WED - Milwaukee, WI (Shank Hall)
MARCH 1, THU - Chicago, IL (Reggie's)
MARCH 2, FRI - Indianapolis, IN (Irving Theater)
MARCH 3, SAT - Evansville, IN (Mojo's BoneYard)
MARCH 4, SUN - St. Louis, MO (Fubar)
MARCH 6, TUE - Cincinnati, OH (MVP)
MARCH 7, WED - Detroid, MI ( Token Lounge)

MARCH 8, THU - Cleveland, OH (Wilbert's Music)
MARCH 10, SAT - Kenneth Square, PA (Kenneth Flash)
MARCH 11, SUN - New Hope, PA (Havana)
MARCH 15, THU - Marlboro, NY (The Falcon)
MARCH 16, FRI - Providence, RI (Alchemy)
MARCH 17, SAT - Boston, MA (The Middle East Upstairs)
MARCH 18, SUN - Brookline, NH (Oak Hill Music Hall)
MARCH 20, TUE - Piermont, NY (The Turning Point)
MARCH 21, WED - Pawling, NY (Darryl's House)
MARCH 22, THU - Schenectady, NY (The Van Dyck Lounge)
MARCH 23, FRI - Syracuse, NY (Funk 'n Waffles Downtown)
MARCH 25, SUN - Rochester, NY (Lovin' Cup)
MARCH 27, TUE - Buffalo, NY (The Tralf)
MARCH 28, WED - Toronto, ON (The Garrison)


Legendary bassist Stu Hamm will be touring the US end of February in support of his
highly anticipated new concept album “The Diary of Patrick Xavier”! Stu Hamm has
been the go-to bass player for the world's great musicians. Time spent playing with
Steve Vai and Joe Satriani has cemented his place among the greats and gave him the
platform to display his pioneering bass techniques to adoring crowds worldwide.

Hamm graduated from the Berklee College of Music in Boston, where he met guitarist
Steve Vai and, through him, met Joe Satriani. He played bass on Vai's 1984 debut solo
album, “Flex-Able” and in 1990 Hamm was awarded the Distinguished Alumni Degree
from his Alma Mater. He has performed and recorded with Steve Vai, Joe Satriani, Eric
Johnson, Michael Shenker, Frank Gambale, and many other well-respected guitarists,
however, it was playing live on tour with Satriani that brought Hamm's skills to national
attention. Subsequent recordings with Satriani and other rock/fusion artists along with
the release of his own solo recordings (featuring keyboard player Tommy Mars,
guitarists Alan Holdsworth and Robert Fripp, drummers Steve Smith and Tommy Lee),
solidified his reputation as a bassist and performer.

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