Katchafire 'Best So Far' greatest hits on VP Records!

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NEW ZEALAND'S ROOTS REGGAE ROCKERS KATCHAFIRE ANNOUNCE HEADLINING U.S. TOUR THIS SPRING + GREATEST HITS ALBUM 'BEST SO FAR' AVAILABLE APRIL 16 (DIGITAL) MAY 21 (PHYSICAL) ON VP/GREENSLEEVES RECORDS

New Zealand's Katchafire proudly announce their spring 2013 U.S. tour and the anticipated release of their greatest hits collection 'Best So Far', available on May 21, 2013 on VP Records. Throughout April and May, the seven piece collective will be rocking major festivals as well as headlining intimate venues across the West Coast, Midwest and South in over 28 U.S. cities. The band has performed worldwide with international acts such as The Wailers, Maxi Priest, UB40 and Arrested Development. For the most up to date tour schedule, please visit www.facebook.com/katchafireband

From their humble beginnings in the late '90s as a Bob Marley tribute band to one of New Zealand's and the South Pacific's most popular groups today, Katchafire have created a timeless hit-filled repertoire during this short time span. The band has carefully selected 16 of these must have tracks on their upcoming album 'Best So Far'. The impressive best of collection will feature Katchafire's breakthrough hits from their groundbreaking 2003 debut Revival - including "Get Away," "Who You With" and "Giddy Up" (2003's highest selling single in New Zealand) - all of which landed in the Top 10 of New Zealand's Top 40 Singles Chart. Best So Far will also highlight the group's most cherished tunes from their remaining independently-released albums, like "Frisk Me Down" off of 2005's Slow Burning, "Working" and the title track from 2007's Say What You're Thinking as well as "Sweet As" and "Groove Again" off of 2010's On the Road Again.

'BEST SO FAR' TRACK LIST:

1. Irie

2. Love Letter

3. Who You With

4. Giddy Up

5. On The Road Again

6. Say What You're Thinking

7. Get Away

8. Seriously

9. Collie Herb Man

10. I And I

11. Frisk Me Down

12. Groove Again

13. Meant To Be

14. Sensimillia

15. Working

16. Sweet As

TOUR DATES:
Sun 04/21/13 Mezzanine - San Francisco, CA
Tue 04/23/13 Arcata Theatre - Arcata, CA
Wed 04/24/13 El Rey Theatre - Chico, CA
Thu 04/25/13 Ace Of Spades - Sacramento, CA
Fri 04/26/13 Mystic Theater - Petaluma, CA Sat 04/27/13 Nokia Club -Los Angeles, CA
Sun 04/28/13 Soho Restaurant & Music Club -Santa Barbara, CA
Wed 05/01/13 Park City Live - Park City, UT
Thu 05/02/13 Belly Up Aspen - Aspen, CO
Fri 05/03/13 Fox Theatre - Boulder, CO
Sat 05/07/13 Bottle Neck - Lawrence, KS
Fri 05/10/13 Shank Hall - Milwaukee, WI
Sat 05/11/13 Bottom Lounge - Chicago, IL
Sun 05/12/13 Firebird - St. Louis, MO Wed 05/15/13 Bronze Peacock at House of Blues - Houston, TX Thu 05/16/13 House of Rock - Corpus Christi, TX
Fri 05/17/13 Ridglea Theater -Fort Worth, TX
Sat 05/18/13 Antone's - Austin, TX
Tue 05/21/13 ENVY at Route 66 Casino Hotel - Albuquerque, NM
Wed 05/22/13 Crescent Ballroom - Phoenix, AZ Thu 05/23/13 Belly Up - Solana Beach, CA
Fri 05/24/13 Belly Up - Solana Beach, CA
Sat 05/25/13 House of Blues - Anaheim, CA
Sun 05/26/13 Monterey Co. Fairgrounds - Monterey, CA

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