This Friday (11/11/11) it is all going to happen. And the Dirty Bourbon River Show will be there with you every step of the way. Here is how this spectacular and magnificent moment in history shall unfold:
11:11am The Dirty Bourbon River Show’s 4th studio album – the “Old-Timey AfroPop Jibberish Junction” – will be released to the world, free for all to download, right here: http://dbrs.bandcamp.com/album/the-old-timey-afropop-jibberish-junction
11:11pm The Dirty Bourbon River Show will kick off a 2 set show at the Blue Nile on Frenchmen Street in New Orleans, LA. The show will be free, and as well as copies of the new album.
This is a completely free event for all to enjoy. Whether you live in New Orleans or somewhere else in the world, all you have to do is redeem your good time and tell a few people, help spread the word.
A free show and a free album for all.
Yeah, it gets pretty wild from here on out…
Our newest musical odyssey – The Free Love EP – is now finally finished!!! Check out the sweet cover art we just finished setting:
Expect the digital release this July 3rd on Bandcamp (also Big Charlie’s birfhday – come party w. us, Debauche, kegs & burlesque @ Banks St. that night) and the physical release/listening party at the Neutral Ground on July 15th.
And best thing is, it’s completely free!
Hot damn, hope you enjoy folks!
Land of the free, right? We’re free to work and live as we please. We can live in any neighborhood, work any job, love whomever we choose. However this freedom is not free. And I don’t mean that in necessarily the same way your typical chart topping country act means it. I mean that the citizenry has worked for and earned it. Freedom is a right that is earned by tireless work and an unwavering focus on one goal. Freedom. So that we can walk the streets as we choose, buy and sell as we choose. But why work for freedom? Why push ourselves so hard to have the life we want for ourselves?