On Saturday, June 24th, we’ll be opening for Dustbowl Revival at Nashville’s Conernelia Fort Pickin Party. It takes place at the abandoned airport at Shelby Park in East Nashville. It’s a wonderful use of a deserted space, in this case, a small-engine airport rendered inactive after 2010’s flood.
Abandoned or no, this is easily the most fun you’ll ever have at any airport. See you there!
If things are looking a little bit slicker these days, it’s because I’ve updated the website with a new layout, new content, and a more streamlined interface. It’s a work in progress. I mean, I’m well acquainted with dreary tasks but website design was always a dreary bridge too far. But now I’m too frugal to hire someone to do it for me.
Folk Alliance was a blast. Many thanks to all who attended our showcases.
In addition to some shows in Nashville, we’re booking some choices dates for the summer and fall. In the meantime, I’m also working on a fly fishing blog. Don’t laugh. I’d rather write about fly fishing in those spare moments when I’m not in or on the water. And I recently discovered an entire cottage industry of people who do it for a living. My master plan is to merge our touring circuit for the band with options for fishing.
Stop laughing. What’s your dream, anyway?
Runner of the Woods will be making their Folk Alliance debut in February, 2017! We’re thrilled to be playing the Access Film and TV showcase on Thursday, February 16th and the Sweet Beaver Showcase on Saturday, February 18th. The latter showcase has an excellent — and I mean fantastic — lineup and we’re honored to take part. Details here.
See you in one month, Kansas City! I can’t wait to try your BBQ and see how it competes to Texas!
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