We. Are. Beat. This past weekend we had the pleasure of performing at Rock By The Sea 10, the tenth annual charity music festival on St. George Island, Florida. It was five straight days of live performances, great causes, beach games, and new friends–five straight days of going to bed too late, getting up too early, and then doing it all over again. It was an exhausting, happy blast, and we felt so warmly welcomed. Now we need to sleep for…Read More
On May 5, 1862, a rag-tag, outnumbered, underdog army of Mexicans won an impressive victory over a host of imperial French forces at the Battle of Puebla. What did that mean at the time? Not much. The French went on to oust the Mexican government, installed a puppet emperor (yes, an emperor, like in Star Wars) in Mexico City, and occupied the country for several years. It wasn’t until after the American Civil War that Mexico pushed the invaders out, presumably in part because…Read More
This week sees us trek south for a weekend of album release shows and festivals in our old stomping grounds of North Florida. We’ll be playing some of our favorite venues in Gainesville, Tallahassee, and along the Forgotten Coast. Head on over to the “Shows” page for more details; the basics are below: 4/7 – Apalachicola, FL – Bowery Station – 6:30pm 4/8 – Gainesville, FL – Sandhill Stage – 7:30pm 4/9 – Tallahassee, FL – Word of South Festival – 5:00pm 4/10…Read More
This coming week we head up to New York for several shows and the official release of West of Here on March 25th. We’ll be way upstate in Heuvelton on Thursday, March 24th, before heading back to the metro area to play Jersey City and Manhattan on Friday and Saturday, respectively. Check the “SHOWS” page for more details on the upcoming gigs. We also are planning a digital makeover to coincide with the release… stay tuned!
This coming weekend we’ll be playing a trio of shows in Bay County, our first ever shows with Mike and Maggie McKinney of Lucky Mud Music. We’ll be playing three shows on Thursday, Saturday, and Sunday. Check out the “Shows” page or the Lucky Mud website for showtimes and locations. All shows are free but with a suggested donation, except for the Sunday show at Roberts Hall which has a $5 ticket. Looking forward to a great weekend!
The last few weeks have been crazy, which is our way of excusing/apologizing for the long delay in a blog post here. Next excuse: This will be a brief post because we’ve got to wake up in mere hours to drive a dozen hours to Virginia for a show on Friday. So, the highlights of the past few weeks: – After a whole crazy month of tracking, we finished recording the new record and sent it off with our sound engineer, Stewart…Read More