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Princess Goes To The Butterfly Museum (Michael C. Hall, Peter Yanowitz & Matt Katz-Bohen) Announces July Tour Dates!

On the heels of a successful, sold-out series of spring tour dates, Princess Goes To The Butterfly Museum (Michael C. Hall, Peter Yanowitz & Matt Katz-Bohen) have announced a July headline tour. The tour kicks off on July 22 at Soundstage in Baltimore, and the band will make stops in Detroit, Chicago, Nashville, Atlanta and more; along with a special appearance in Michael C. Hall’s hometown of Raleigh, NC. A fan pre-sale will take place tomorrow, and the public sale begins Friday, May 6 at 10AM local time. For tickets and more information, please PRESS HERE.
RALEIGH, NC
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Princess Goes to the Butterfly Museum (ft. Actor Michael C. Hall of ‘Dexter’) Announces July Tour Dates

After a mostly sold-out spring tour of North America, Princess Goes to the Butterfly Museum — the experimental/indie band featuring Michael C. Hall (of Dexter and Six Feet Under), drummer Peter Yanowitz (the Wallflowers) and keyboardist Matt Katz-Bohen (Blondie) — will head back out on the road this July for another string of tour dates.
DETROIT, MI
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Dexter’s Michael C. Hall Is In A Band & They’re Coming To Detroit

Fans of the Show Six Feet Under and Dexter may recognize the lead singer of the band Princess Goes To The Butterfly Museum, as it is indeed Michael C. Hall, and they're playing a show in Detroit very soon. They'll be making a stop at Small's in Hamtramck on Saturday, July 23rd, along with the band Man On Man. Tickets are $30 in Advance / $35 Day of Show. For those not familiar with his music background, the band is comprised of some star studded musicians:
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Michael C. Hall loses six figures on sale of NYC spread

Michael C. Hall — back as serial killer Dexter after an eight year hiatus — has just sold his West Village digs at a loss. The Golden Globe-winning actor, famed for his life and death obsessed roles in “Six Feet Under,” as well as “Dexter” and “Dexter: New Blood,” bought the two-bedroom, two-bathroom killer condo for $4.28 million in 2016.
NEW YORK CITY, NY
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Michael C. Hall brings his post-punk act Princess Goes to the Butterfly Museum to SLC

SALT LAKE CITY (KUTV) — It begins with a rather puzzled Michael C. Hall watching me show off the box of “Dexter: New Blood” items that coincidentally arrived on the morning of our interview. I joke that Hall must be stalking me. He doesn’t seem to catch my attempt at humor. Maybe he’s worried that I’m going to focus on the wrong project. He, along with Peter Yanowitz, and Matt Katz-Bohen, have converged virtually to talk about their band, Princess Goes to the Butterfly Museum.
SALT LAKE CITY, UT
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'Dexter' Star Michael C. Hall Addresses That 'New Blood' Episode Surprise (Exclusive)

Dexter: New Blood might have wrapped up this past January leaving fans shocked and saddened by the antihero's ultimate fate, but it was the show's decision to play one of his band's songs during the end credits of one particular episode that left series star Michael C. Hall just as surprised as audiences. During the end credits of the series' fifth offering titled "Runaway," the twisty episode's conclusion was followed by credits featuring the song "Ketamine," written and sung by Hall with his band Princess Goes to the Butterfly Museum — the avant-indie supergroup with Peter Yanowitz and Matt Katz-Bohen.
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'Dexter: New Blood' Star Michael C. Hall Talks Getting the 'Band Back Together' for Revival Series in Exclusive Clip

Following a jaw-dropping finale this past January, Dexter: New Blood finally makes its way to DVD, Blu-ray and a limited-edition Blu-ray SteelBook this spring thanks to CBS Home Entertainment and Paramount Home Entertainment. Available in stores and online retailers on March 22, the home entertainment release features 10 one-hour episodes across four discs and a 30-minute featurette that takes viewers behind the scenes with the cast and crew. In an exclusive first look clip for PopCulture.com, audiences get a glimpse of how the unprecedented revival came to be with series star Michael C. Hall, who admits it was a lot like the stars "aligned" for getting "the band back together."
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