Kilometers Davis to Play 7th Street Entry
By Kilometers Davis, Published June 5th, 2012
Kilometers Davis plays at 7th Street Entry in Minneapolis on Friday, July 6th, our first time at this revered downtown venue. We'll be opening for national artist Kelli Scarr. Check out some of her stuff here. Music starts at 8:00. Tickets are $8 in advance, $10 at the door. We'd love to have you come out!
Some Good Press for the Band
By Kilometers Davis, Published October 25th, 2010
Reading Books About How It's Done was reviewed by Dwight Hobbes at the TC Daily Planet on October 21st. Hobbes wrote that, "The album, without question, is a killer debut." To read the full article, check out the link below:
Killer Musicianship from Kilometers Davis on their debut, "Reading Books About How It's Done"
Kilometers Davis Featured on Podcast
By Kilometers Davis, Published August 18th, 2010
Check out the podcast, www.divevegas.com, based in Las Vegas, which presents "Soy Aquaman," the fourth track from Reading Books About How It's Done.
Radio Play for the Band
By Kilometers Davis, Published August 10th, 2010
WMMH Rockin' 101 in St. Cloud, MN, played "I Can See it in My Head" from Reading Books About How It's Done, on their MN Homegrown show on August 8th. Thank you to disc jockey Tim Ryan!
Kilometers Davis Featured at Target Field
By Kilometers Davis, Published July 21st, 2010
The Minnesota Twins featured Kilometers Davis during their "Local Music Spotlight" at Target Field on Monday, July 19th. "Different Plan," from the album, Reading Books About How It's Done, was played in it's entirety prior to the 7:10 P.M. game against the Cleveland Indians. In addition, the first two verses of "Different Plan" were played while Scott Baker warmed up to start the the third inning. We would like to thank the Twins for supporting Minnesota music!
Big Thanks To Our Fans!
By Kilometers Davis, Published July 12th, 2010
A special thanks to all who attended the CD release show at The 400 Bar in Minneapolis and Beaner's in Duluth on July 9th and 10th. We hope to see all of you again soon.
Buy the Album!
What They're Saying...
"The young, piano-laced quintet's multiple singer/songwriters are not the only resemblance to The Band on its album, which also boasts a little Avett Brothers flavor."
-Minneapolis Star Tribune
"A rootsy, likable debut..."
-St. Paul Pioneer Press
"The album, without question, is a killer debut."
-TC Daily Planet
Listen to the Band
Yellow Lines (Gilbertson) - 5:26
Different Plan (Gilbertson) - 3:14
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