Dams of the West is teaming up with PledgeMusic to release their brand new album and want you to be a part of it. Buy the album and gain access to exclusive merchandise and artist experiences.
Once you purchase something here, you’ll be able to receive personal updates from Dams of the West on the making of the album via the ‘Access Pass.’ You’ll gain access to bonus content, video clips and much more.
Note there will be a delay with shipments in order to get items signed.
AccessPass™: Youngish American
You’ll get a download of the new album on release, Feb 24, 2017 & exclusive access to updates.
VIP Concert Experience
Hang with Dams of the West backstage at one of their shows! You and your +1 will have access to the soundcheck as well as a backstage meet & greet. Must be purchased 24 hours before the show.
2.24 Boston MA – Middle East Downstairs
2.25 Burlington VT – Higher Ground Downstairs
2.27 Montreal QC – La Sala Rossa
2.28 Toronto ON – Lee’s Palace
3.2 Cleveland OH – Grog Shop
3.3 Columbus OH – Newport Music Hall
3.4 Chicago IL – Metro
3.6 Minneapolis MN – First Avenue
3.7 Omaha NE – The Waiting Room
3.8 Kansas City MO – Knuckleheads Saloon
3.29 Albuquerque NM – Launchpad
3.30 Phoenix AZ – The Crescent Ballroom
3.31 La Mesa CA – Pete’s Place
4.1 San Diego CA – Casbah
4.2 Los Angeles CA – Troubadour
4.4 San Francisco CA – The Independent
4.6 Seattle WA – Neumos
4.7 Vancouver BC – Fortune Sound Club
4.8 Bellingham WA – The Wild Buffalo
4.9 Portland OR – Mississippi Studios
4.11 Boise ID – Neurolux
4.12 Salt Lake City UT – Urban Lounge
4.13 Boulder CO – Fox Theatre
4.15 El Paso TX – Lowbrow Palace
Signed LP + T-Shirt
- Signed Youngish American LP
- Digital Download
Signed CD + T-Shirt
- Signed Youngish American CD
- Digital Download
Handwritten Lyric Sheet
Signed handwritten lyrics to the song of your choice.
Signed LP - Youngish American
Youngish American signed LP, includes digital download.
Signed CD - Youngish American
Youngish American signed CD, includes digital download.
Signed Set List
Set list from the Dam’s of the West tour – only one available per tour date. Signed by the band.
You will have a meet cute at the top of Rockefeller Center a la Sleepless in Seattle. After you take in the sights and talk about “the best pizza in the city,” a paid Stanley Tucci impersonator will attempt to mug you. You can choose to either protect CT or have CT protect you but either way the plot will be foiled.
Feeling full of adrenaline, you will descend onto the streets on NYC and head straight to the Guitar Center on 44th street. There, CT will play you one (1) Dams of the West original or one (1) Blink-182 cover song right in the middle of shred-heavy chaos. If you play guitar, you will then have the option to jam on the Hotel California outro solo with CT, although CT will insist that he play Joe Walsh’s part and if you force him to play Don Felder’s part he will pout for approximately fifteen (15) minutes afterwards.
Now that you’ve worked up an appetite, CT will take you to this “great little spot (he) knows nearby.” That spot is actually Guy Fieri’s American Kitchen & Bar which, to be fair, is pretty great but not exactly little. You can order anything off the menu except for the Motley Que Ribs because even though CT likes puns he thinks that one is too corny. This isn’t guaranteed but CT will almost definitely tell you about the bluegrass gig he played nearby at a bar called Siberia “like 12 years ago” that has since closed and then go on a long diatribe on how “the city has changed.” Feel free to look at your phone during this portion of the evening.
For the big finale, you and CT will go out to Times Square, awkwardly stare at all the lights and people and simultaneously exhale with existential dread. You will then have the option to take a picture or maybe even a smart phone vid of everyone saying “Only in New York!” with one of those fake Disney characters (CT will take care of tip). You will then embrace CT for up to 30 seconds, all the while knowing that the two of you will forever be bonded by this magical evening.
Then CT will turn and stride purposefully away wanting you to think of him as some sort of Central NJ Leonard Cohen-type figure but, we assure you, as soon as he’s out of sight he will check Instagram and then the score of the Nets game to see how much they lost by that evening.