On our way out of New York we stopped by a brass & woodwind shop and geeked out for a bit.
Hello folks! Sorry for the lack of updates. We have been real busy. Over the last couple of weeks, we have been hard at work, rehearsing new tunes and polishing old ones. We can’t wait to get back on the road and play our new songs for you guys. See you soon.
P.S. Gig at Tipitina’s on the 18th with the Tin Men!
New Orleans, LA Tonight! Cafe Prytania (3445 Prytania St, Across From Touro Infirmary). Doors at 9, then show as follows:
11:30pm Dirty Bourbon River Show
This will be both band’s last hometown show of the year. Entry just 5 bucks, 18+, full bar. ‘Nuff said. See you there.
We have begun our sessions at The Music Shed. With the help of a Mr. Ben Lorio and a Mr. Billy Moesta, your Dirty Bourbon boys are cooking up some tasty tunes for yall to enjoy. And as an appetizer, we will begin posting up some pictures and footage of yours truly as we continue to work and record, so keep your eyes and ears open. Until next time…
Stay Patient. Stay Dirty.
May 19-June 18, 2011. Good Times. Catch us on the next one:
8.04 Decatur, GA
Twain’s Billiards & Tap
8.05 Huntsville, AL
Concert on the Dock
8.06 Atlanta, GA
Star Bar – Little Vinyl Stage
8.07 Bristol, TN
8.08 Charlotte, NC
The Evening Muse
8.10 Knoxville, TN
12pm WDVX Blueplate Special
8.10 Knoxville, TN
7pm Preservation Pub
8.11 Roanoke, VA
Martin’s w/ Holy Ghost Tent Revival
8.12 Newton, NC
Newton-Conover Auditorium w/ Holy Ghost Tent Revival
8.13 Raleigh, NC
The Lincoln Theatre w/ Holy Ghost Tent Revival
8.14 Beaufort, NC
8.16 Charleston, SC
The Tatooed Moose
8.17 Greensboro, NC
The Blind Tiger
8.18 Saxapahaw, NC
Haw River Ballroom w/ Onward Soldiers + Phil Cook & his Feat
Facebook event here: http://on.fb.me/pWdG66
This Friday Jazz Fest begins. And this is what you’re going to do:
You’re going to go see Wyclef at the fairgrounds. You’re going to have an amazing time. Then, when he’s done at 7, you’re going to step outside the fairgrounds, and you’re going to see these guys causing a ruckus:
Yessir ladies and gentlemen, Marchfourth Marching Band. After a brief show outside the fairgrounds they’ll be leading a march to the Studio 3 Warehouse (3610 Toulouse Street, by the American Can Company) where there’ll be food, booze, and Art Official DJ’s to warm you up and get the party started.
They will amaze you.
And if that wasn’t enough, to top it all off, Dirty Bourbon will be taking the stage at 10:30pm to finish the night off. We haven’t played in New Orleans since our CD release party at the beginning of this month, so we’re real excited for this one. We’ll have multiple horns and some fire (literally) as well. Don’t miss this night. Here’s your itinerary for this Friday, April 9th:
05:30pm Wyclef John at the Fairgrounds
07:00pm MarchFourth performs at Fairgrounds exit
07:30pm March with MarchFourth to the warehouse
08:00pm Doors open, DJ’s, food & booze, you get comfy
09:00pm MarchFourth Marching Band performs
10:30pm Dirty Bourbon River Show performs
Oh, and did I mention that the show is only Five Dollars!?
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Holy Ghost Tent Revival and the Dirty Bourbon River Show at the Blue Nile in New Orleans on April 2, 2011.
~ Photos by Josh Bradsted
Only one week to go until our greatest fxxking show yet. Yessiree ladies and gentlemen, we haven’t been this excited in a while – got a huge one planned for you ~ its going down like this:
Saturday, April 2nd
The Blue Nile on Frenchmen
Show kicks off at 10pm with our dear friends from Greensboro, NC, the one and only Holy Ghost Tent Revival. This 6 piece string/brass extravaganza is the perfect mixture of foot-stompin’ love makin’ folk/roots/blues/dixieland/rock and more. Say hello:
Then, at 11pm, yours truly will be taking the stage, performing for you our newest album – Volume Two. Songs you’ve never heard, old familiars, and everything in between. Good friends, bourbon pours, fireballs and more. So excited to be sharing this newest one with you. We sincerely believe it is our greatest work yet:
And just when you thought it couldn’t get any better, guess who’ll be closing out the evening? None other than New Orleans’ own the Tin Men. Washboard Chaz, Matt Perrine, Alex McMurray – these cats kill:
If you can’t make the New Orleans Show (which you should, even if you live 300 miles away) you can catch us and Holy Ghost in Baton Rouge on Thursday, Mobile on Friday, and Lafayette an Sunday with Chubby Carrier.
Don’t miss this one. It is going to be our greatest fxxking show yet.