Tom Morello: The Nightwatchman
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The Fabled City
Tom Morello On maniaTV's 'Stage 5'
November 20, 2008
Former Audioslave/Rage Against the Machine guitarist extraordinaire, Tom Morello stopped by maniaTV recently to play a few songs on “Stage 5”. He performs “The King of Hell”, “The Fabled City”, and “Midnight in the City of Destruction”, off his latest solo album, 'The Fabled City'.

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Tom Morello Live Performances Posted Online
November 7, 2008
Check out the video below, of Tom Morello: The Nightwatchman playing "One Man Revolution" this past Saturday (11/1) at the Fillmore in San Fransisco. With a full live band behind him, he doesn't disappoint in the least bit.

Also, another video of Tom playing the Rage Against The Machine hit song, "Guerrilla Radio" at an in-store performance at Easy Street Records in Seattle from this past Monday (11/3).

Remaining tour dates for the rest of the year are below.

Tom Morello: The Night Watchman tour dates:
12/8 - Belly Up Aspen - Aspen, CO
12/9 - Fox Theater - Boulder, CO
12/11 - Fine Line Music Cafe - Minneapolis, MN
12/12 - Turner Hall Ballroom - Milwaukee, WI
12/13 - Vogue - Indianapolis, IN
12/15 - Majestic Theatre - Detroit, MI
12/16 - Opera House - Toronto, ON
12/17 - Middle East - Boston, MA
12/19 - Sonar - Baltimore, MD
12/20 - Electric Factory - Philadelphia, PA
12/21 - The Fillmore - New York, NY
12/22 - The Vic - Chicago, IL
12/9 - El Rey Theatre - Los Angeles, CA
12/11 - Belly Up Tavern - Solana Beach, CA
12/12 - House Of Blues - Anaheim, CA
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The Nightwatchman's 'Whatever It takes' Video Posted Online
October 2, 2008
The Nightwatchman's video for the song "Whatever It Takes", taken from the recently released 'The Fabled City', has been posted online and can be viewed below.

The Nightwatchman will be hitting the road in support of the album. Information and tour dates can be found at
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Tom Morello created the identity of The Nightwatchman, an "artist of the people," when a desire to return to political activism in his music struck him in 2003, after over a year of playing non-activist rock in Audioslave. The Nightwatchman first began playing political acoustic folk music in a Los Angeles coffeehouse before a small crowd, and soon after went on Billy Bragg's Tell Us the Truth tour. He initially had no plans to record, but later recorded the song "No One Left" for Songs and Artists that Inspired Fahrenheit 9/11. In February 2007, he announced a solo album, One Man Revolution, which was released on April 24, 2007 in the US and May 7th worldwide. The Nightwatchman's first headlining gig was played June 17, 2007 at the House of Blues in Dallas, Texas. Morello has toured since the CD was released and said he plans to tour the U.S. again in the fall. Morello also had the original song, "I'm Alone Without You" featured in Michael Moore's film Sicko.

Morello describes The Nightwatchman as "the black Robin Hood of 21st century music" and "a reaction against illicit wars, a reaction against first strikes, torture, secret prisons, spying illegally on American citizens. It's a reaction against war crimes, and it's a reaction against a few corporations that grow rich [off] this illicit war while people beg for food in the city streets." At the moment, The Nightwatchman is taking priority over Morello's two rock bands, Audioslave and Rage Against the Machine, saying "To me, it seems that the world needs songs of rebellion and revolution right now. It's exciting." He has compared The Nightwatchman to Woody Guthrie, Bruce Springsteen and Bob Dylan. He confirmed that a second album is in the works for a late 2008 release, and that it may even go beyond the folk of his debut, including electric guitar in it. Two songs to be possibly included in the new release are "Midnight in the City of Destruction" (about New Orleans and Hurricane Katrina) and "King Of Hell", written about Guantanamo Bay.

The Satellite Party's Carl Restivo is set to join Morello on his upcoming tour, as a second guitarist.