First & foremost – WOw – Holy Ghost Tent Revival rocked the mutha cluckin’ house last night @ Cafe P – Burlesque dancers, Dirty Bourb ‘n’ New Grass an’ all that sweet stuff made for the perfect mix – they’re like Dr. Dog meets Old Crow w/ some Avett Bros & Dixeland. Check them here: HGTR Website
Hehe. Isn’t that a hoot & a holler. Wednesday. I kind of want a daquiri… hmmm… where was I?
Oh yes, next up: New Grass Country Club will be releasing their debut full-length album (co-produced & recorded by Noah Adams) at Cafe Prytania April 9th.
We’re trying to raise money for our summer tour. Please check out the project here:
Still a bit of a ways off, so tell yo rich sugar mama to pay us a visit! Hope we make it – SXSW & the HGTR show has us itchin’ to get back out on that open road. Ain’t nothin’ better than playin’ the music. Here’s a tentative tour outline:
Date City State Venue
May 7th New Orleans LA One Eyed Jacks
May 8th Baton Rouge LA Private Party
May 9th Lafayette LA Artmosphere
May 10th- TBA TX TBA
May 14th Dallas TX Rest Day
May 15th Dallas TX Poor David’s Pub
May 16th- TBA MS TBA
May 21st New Orleans LA Cafe Prytania
Still looking to book May 10th – 13th in Texas (looking at Houston/Austin/Fort Worth) & May 16th – 20th (looking at Mississippi & more) so anyone with any ideas/contacts/hair-brained schemes please let us know.
Hmm… anything else?
Not that I can think of.
See you tomorrow.
~ Noah & Clay
This Tuesday night (March 23rd) Greensboro, North Carolina 6 piece folksters Holy Tent Ghost Revival will be playing at Cafe Prytania at 10pm. They sound really good – one side of their coin is very folk-rootslike – the other, very ecclectic – mixing in Trombones and Euphoniums for a big, sweet, plump ol’ sound. They’re making their way back home from SXSW, and so we figured we’d invite them out to New Orleans for a good old time.
Check them out here. They’ll be joined by a Dirty Bourbon acoustic set at 9pm, and a New Grass Country Club acoustic set closing out the night at 11pm. $5 bucks. Come get folked up. It’s the good stuff.