This spring we’ll be hitting the road with our pals the Hackensaw Boys! We have been big fans for a long time so to say that this is an honor is an understatement. We hope you’ll come join us in our merry making. This will be a GREAT adventure.
From beautiful Bristol to gnarly NY. This is going to be a good one! Hope to see all of you friends out to the show. It’s been a good while since we’ve hit up any of these spots so we’re looking forward to returning. For more info please check out our ‘shows’ page.
Midwest, South, Pacific Northwest, Canada, all over the place. Hope to see ya out there! Check out our shows page for more details.
6/18- Harrodsburg, KY / Well Crafted
6/22- Owensboro, KY / ROMP
6/23- Champaign, IL / Cowboy Monkey
6/24- Marion, WI / Flatrock Bluegrass Jamboree
6/25- Marion, WI / Flatrock
6/26- Indianapolis, IN / Eden’s Rubble House Concert
6/30- Cincinnati, OH / Washington Park
7/14- Huntington, WV / Camden Park
7/15- Huntington, WV / Camden Park
7/16- State College, PA / Festival of the Arts
7/22- Calgary, AB Canada / Calgary Folk Fest
7/23- Calgary Folk Fest
7/24- Calgary Folk Fest
7/26- Cottage Grove, OR / Brewstation
7/27- Portland, OR / Mississippi Studios
7/28- Kenmore, WA / St. Edward State Park
7/29- Willamina, OR / Wildwood Hotel
7/30- Bend, OR / Volcanic Theatre Pub
We’ll be hitting the road this April with some great shows throughout the Midwestern states. Two of which, we’ll be doing with our good buddies The Hooten Hollers! Be sure to keep an eye on our ‘Shows’ page as we add new dates through the coming year.
Good afternoon, friends. We’d like to share a song with you.
While sifting through some old lyrics, Mike came across a song he had written about ten years ago called “The Colors of Travelin’ Songs”. Written to the tune of a song by Woody Guthrie and inspired by his message, this is a song of unity that uses music as the common thread connecting us all. We felt it important to put it into the world at this time. Share it around. Spread love, peace, respect and compassion to all mankind.
Shot in Gus’s Garage and produced by Mark Alexander and Jason Gray.