The Ready Set Announces Fall Headlining Tour

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Get psyched! The Ready Set, aka Jordan Witzigreuter, will be hitting the road this fall on a U.S. headlining tour, beginning on November 20. The singer-songwriter will be joined by The Summer Set, Downtown Fiction and Plug In Stereo, too.

The tour will kick off just after the release of The Ready Set's new EP called 'Feel Good Now,' which features the track 'Hollywood Dream.' We've been loving the song for a while now and hear a video for the single will be coming your way soon.
"'Hollywood Dream' is pretty much a story about being a kid from a small town with a simple life, who falls in love with a famous, Beverly Hills-style girl," the singer-songwriter told JSYK exclusively. "I think everybody has, at some point in time, been or wanted to be a part of that sort of world, or that sort of relationship. It's always a fun thing to think about, if that's what you're after!"

Listen to The Ready Set's new single her and check out a full list of tour dates below. The 'Feel Good Now' EP will be available on iTunes on October 11.

The Ready Set Fall Headlining Tour:

11/20 - Moodswing - Wilmington, DE
11/21 - Toad's Place- New Haven, CT
11/22 - The Studio @ Webster Hall - New York, NY
11/23 - Northern Lights - Clifton Park, NY
11/25 - Water Street Music Hall - Rochester, NY
11/26 - Chameleon - Lancaster, PA
11/27 - Lost Horizon - Syracuse, NY
11/29 - The Opera House - Toronto, ONT
11/30 - The Intersection - Grand Rapids, MI
12/02 - The Auricle - Canton, OH
12/03 - Madison Theatre - Covington, KY
12/04 - The Firebird - St. Louis, MO
12/07 - Bourbon Theatre - Lincoln, NE
12/09 - Diamond Ballroom - Oklahoma City, OK
12/10 - Fair Park Centennial Hall - Dallas, TX


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