XYLO announces first official headlining tour with 2019 dates
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Things are really happening for Paige Duddy, the Los Angeles-based singer known professionally as XYLO. XYLO was a duo for a few years, comprised of Duddy and her older brother Chase Duddy. But now Paige is on her own and her career as XYLO is taking off; the alt-pop star has just released a new six-song EP called yes & no, an effort that fans will most likely hear most of as XYLO sets out on tour in July. And that tour will be something special too; it’ll mark the first time that XYLO has embarked on a headlining tour.

Tickets for the XYLO “yes & no” tour go on sale June 12. In most cases, opening acts have not yet been announced, but here’s a list of the cities and venues that XYLO will be performing in, along with opening act information where available.

July 11 – San Diego, CA – The Casbah
July 13 – Phoenix, AZ – Valley Bar
July 15 – Dallas, TX – The Cambridge Room @ House of Blues
July 17 – Atlanta, GA – Hell Stage @ The Masquerade
July 18 – Charlotte, NC – Neighborhood Theatre
July 19 – College Park, MD – MilkBoy ArtHouse
July 20 – Salt Lake City, UT – Gallivan Center (with Hippie Sabotage)
July 22 – Philadelphia, PA – Kung Fu Necktie
July 23 – Brooklyn, NY – Elsewhere
July 24 – Cambridge, MA - Sonia
July 26 – Toronto, Canada – Drake Hotel Underground
July 27 – Chicago, IL – Chop Shop
July 29 – Kansas City, MO – recordBar (Tickets)
Aug. 1 – Denver, CO – The Marquis Theater
Aug. 3 – Seattle, WA – The Crocodile (Tickets)
Aug. 4 – Portland, OR – Doug Fir Lounge
Aug. 6 – San Francisco, CA – Slim’s (Tickets)
Aug. 7 – Los Angeles, CA – The Roxy (Tickets)
Sept. 4 – London, U.K. – The Camden Assembly

XYLO is a perfect example of how internet exposure can benefit an unknown band. A self-released single called “America” went viral back in 2015, and all the hoopla caught the ears of the folks at Sony, who quickly signed the then duo (XYLO is on an indie label now.) “America” was actually created at the request of Kendall and Kylie Jenner, who used early XYLO music to promote their PacSun clothing line. XYLO also guested on the Chainsmokers cut “Setting Fires.” 

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