We had an absolute blast playing at Woodlands Tavern last Thursday opening for the New Riders of the Purple Sage. Thanks to everyone who came out (some very far distances) and listened to the band. And a big thanks to Paul Painter for putting us on the bill and John Hurlbut for inviting us to play music with him once again.
Check out David Nathans from Phamily Band‘s video of Sweet Eugene. We’re hoping to be able to announce an upcoming show with those guys soon if it all works out.
We are very pleased to announce that we’re going to once again be opening up for The New Riders of the Purple Sage at Woodlands Tavern on Thursday, September 25th. We’ll be opening the night in the bar side of the venue from 8 to 10. We’ll be doing a set of LOI tunes and then a set of countrified classic rock ‘n’ roll with our good friend John Hurlbut (of the Fur Peace Ranch) as Hurl & The Spins. The New Riders take the stage at 10.
Get your tickets online at Ticketweb.com
Wham Bam weekend is almost upon us! Lost on Iddings will be taking the stage at 12:45 late Friday night to close out the main stages. It’s going to be a great weekend of music and hanging out. Wham Bam is always one of the most fun, positive festivals in the area every year, and is always a high point of the summer. The weather looks good, Hannon’s Camp America is a great venue, there will be plenty of vendors and – as you can see from the schedule below – there’s a bunch of awesome music happening.
This is going to be our last LOI gig for a little bit, so we hope to see you out there soon. We’ve got a special Hurl & The Spins gig in September in Columbus we’ll be talking more about soon, and we should be announcing some LOI shows for later in the year.
For more information on Wham Bam, go to whambamthankujam.com. There are still a few places you can get last minute pre-sale tickets, so if you haven’t gotten one yet the prices go up at the gate.