Atlanta-based rock duo ‘68 is gearing up to hit the road with The Bronx this Fall. Vocalist/guitarist Josh Scogin and drummer Michael McClellan are thrilled to be returning to the stage along with other special guests Plague Vendor. ‘68 is notorious for their wild live show antics which includes performing without a setlist as well as their animated interaction with fans. The tour will make its first stop in Los Angeles, CA at El Rey Theatre on September 22nd and wrap up in San Diego, CA at The Casbah on October 19th. Tickets will go on sale August 11 at 1pm EST and can be found, here:

Upcoming Shows

September 22 – El Rey Theatre – Los Angeles, CA
September 23 – Rebel Lounge – Phoenix, AZ
September 24 – 191 Toole – Tucson, AZ
September 26 – Barracuda Outdoors – Austin, TX
September 27 – Curtain Club – Dallas, TX
September 28 – White Oak Music Hall – Houston, TX
September 29 – The Parish – New Orleans, LA
September 30 – The Loft – Atlanta, GA
October 1 – Louder Than Life – Louisville, KY
October 1 – Exit/In – Nashville, TN
October 3 – Strange Matter – Richmond, VA
October 4 – Ottobar – Baltimore, MD
October 6 – First Unitarian Church – Philadelphia, PA
October 7 – House Of Independents – Asbury Park, NJ
October 8 – Brooklyn Night Bazaar – Brooklyn, NY
October 10 – The El Club – Detroit, MI
October 11 – Subterranean – Chicago, IL
October 12 – Riot Room – Kansas City, MO
October 15 – Globe Hall – Denver, CO
October 17 – Urban Lounge – Salt Lake City, UT
October 18 – The Bunkhouse – Las Vegas, NV
October 19 – The Casbah – San Diego, CA

Josh Scogin (The Chariot, Norma Jean) and bandmate Michael McClellan are known to channel everything from the intensity of At The Drive-In to Jack White-like vocals to a setup similar to The Black Keys. Together they released Two Parts Viper via Cooking Vinyl on June 2nd, 2017 to mass critical acclaim from several outlets including Alternative Press, Exclaim!, Paste Magazine, and Rock Sound. The 10-track record is now available for purchase on all major music services including Amazon, iTunes, and Spotify, here:

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