Adventures in Tourism
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Music

The best kept secret in music

Press


"Adventures in Toursim"

“Heartfelt emotional tunes that are infectious and absorbing… a strong work of musical skill…”

-Craig Mazur
- Impact Press


Discography

Brand New Album "To All The Disappointed Dreamers" Due out this Fall

Adventures in Tourism CD (2002) Self Released (Sold Out)

Adventurer's Songs CD/EP (2004) Self Released (Sold Out)

Adventures in Tourism can be heard on WZBC, WMFO, and WAAF "Baystate Rock"

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Feeling a bit camera shy

Bio

"...about the thrill of escape and the vehicles that take you there..."

Adventures in Tourism can't help but be a walking talking storybook of highway tales and late night travels. Founded in Boston in 1999 by Russell Mofsky,a Miami native via Brooklyn, as an outlet for self-expression from his band QUIT. The one man band grew to two when Tom Royal, a North Carolinian sidetracked from graduate school, met Mofsky in a run down pub across the tracks with one hell of a jukebox. The two hit it off and sought others who "got it". Gary Goodlow, meandering into town from Tuscon, barely got his pedal board unpacked when he stumbled across the duo and made it a trio. Finally came Paul Gallo who wandered in with only kick and snare in tow proving that rhythm ain't rocket science. With so many miles under the hood traveling the states and beyond, Adventures in Tourism comes across its yearn for travel honestly. With the comings and goings as life as a musician and seeker, "It's really all we know" says Mofsky. "To travel is to absorb where you are and carry that with you where you are going."

Incidentally...

We're the illegitimate sons of a few bands you may have heard about:

QUIT (1988-2002) Legendary Poppunk Purveyors, QUIT came up out of the palm trees and golden sand of Miami, Florida. Their melodic rock sound influenced a generation of bands from the Southeast including Less Than Jake, Hot Water Music, Dashboard Confessional, New Found Glory, & more

Jennyanykind hailing from Chapel Hill, NC. Inebriated roots based indie-rock with releases on No.6, Caroline, and Elektra Records cited as the muse for many of todays alt-country rockers. National tours with the Flaming Lips & Sublime among others.