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It looks like Aaron West And The Roaring Twenties are looking to do another amazing tour, and they’re asking for your help.

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The Wonder Years and Aaron West And The Roaring Twenties frontman, Dan “Soupy” Campbell, has taken to Twitter to ask fans for their help with setting up a round of acoustic house shows for his solo project.

In a series of tweets, the vocalist shared that he has officially started writing on the follow-up album to 2014’s We Don’t Have Each Other (!!)

After posting the first tweet, Campbell revealed that he’s felt the need to test out the tracks before going into the studio.

To do so, he announced that he’d like to take the new songs to houses around the northeast part of the US sometime in October.

If you’d like to help out by hosting one of these “low-key acoustic shows,” all you have to do is visit this Google Form and answer a series of house-show related questions (parking, how big the space is, who you’d envision opening the show, etc.)

Once you’ve filled out the form, and snapped a picture of the potential space, Campbell shared that he will be going over the forms over the next week and will be reaching out if they feel the space would be a good fit for one of the shows.

While Aaron West And The Roaring Twenties gear up for a string of acoustic shows, you can also catch Dan “Soupy” Campbell on the road with the Wonder Years this September with Hot Mulligan, Super Whatevr, and the Color And Sound.

Check out the dates below!


09/12 — Washington, D.C. @ Howard Theater
09/13 — Reading, PA @ Reverb
09/14 — Charleston, WV @ The Bakery
09/15 — Cincinnati, OH @ Bogart’s