Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls, locals and folks from all around the world… we’re taking the circus out to the west coast for a 7 week run of music and mischief! Tell your friends, or come see us if we’re in your area, a damn good time is guaranteed. Here’s where the magic will be taking place:
Hello from Madison, WI! We’re a little over a week into our Midwest tour and feeling strong. The one and only Mary Fairweather (like our song) and her husband Don gave us a place to rest our heads (and lots of delicious local cheese and kringle) and now we push towards Lake Michigan for a hit at the Shank Hall in Milwaukee. Woo!
We have a new music video ladies and gentlemen! Check it out above! It’s for “Passion” – the 1st song off of our new album the Flying Musical Circus!
Special thanks to Ed Hellman and his amazing team for all of the awesome work they did on this! This is by far our best music video yet, and we couldn’t have done it without you!
Directed by Ed Hellman - www.edhellman.com Produced by Jeff Nash NYC - www.jeffnashnyc.com Song written by Noah Adams, performed by Dirty Bourbon River Show Starring Dirty Bourbon River Show (Noah Adams, Dane "Bootsy" Schindler, Jimmy Williams, Matt Thomas, & Nick Garrison) & Adriana Recchia with Carla Rhodes, Hans Kiesler, Amanda McNulty, Oscar Pavlo, David E. Jenkins, John Sangiorgio, Logan Shirley, Alice Chandler Hume, David Whitman, Kaitlin Kaufman, Frank Duhart, Shannon McInally, Andrei Posse, Marcus Mars, Madeleine Diggins, Sophie Larsen, Vilda Gonzalez, Renee Manere, & Charlotte Creaghan Cinematography by Jeff Nash Production Manager Alyssa Abraham Assistant Production Manager Meghan Cashel 1st AD Savannah Rice G&E John Tashiro Swing Kevin Gallmeyer Camera PA Mafe Patino Production Designer Lauren Nester Makeup Artist Alyssa Bono Art PA Rebecca Liptscher Choreography by Irina Khoklova Production Assistants Ge Lu & Basile Sampson Edited by Flying Pygmalion Films Color by Post Pro Gumbo Colorist Alan Louis Gordon
The circus is on the move once again! Catch us all around the American Midwest for the next few weeks. Here’s where to find us:
5.11 Parliament Room at Otus Supply – Ferndale, MI
5.12 Music Box Supper Club – Cleveland, OH
5.13 Tip Top Deluxe – Grand Rapids, MI
5.15 Moeller Nights at the Raccoon Motel – Davenport, IA
5.16 Turf Club – St. Paul, MN
5.17 The Frequency – Madison, WI
5.18 Shank Hall – Milwaukee, WI
5.19 Uptown Grill – LaSalle, IL
5.20 Tonic Room – Chicago, IL
5.21 Willie’s Locally Known – Lexington, KY
5.27 Callaghan’s – Mobile, AL
Come one, come all! We got all that stuff that’s better than them all!
Jazz Fest is Here!!! We have 3 amazing performances starting today at 5:30pm as we close out the Lagniappe Stage at the Fairgrounds! Come one, come all!!!
Taking a few days off the road… but no days off of music! We’ve got some exciting performances for y’all to check out while we’re home:
Saturday 4/29 – Jazz Fest, Lagniappe Stage, 530 pm
Sunday 4/30 – Siberia w/ Magnetic Ear, 10 pm
Monday 5/1 – Louisiana Music Factory, 4:30 pm
We take off for our Midwest run of album release touring in 2 weeks, so kick back and relax a little with ya boys! Also, enjoy this little documentary from Kamala Lee, who gave of her time to come to New Orleans to take some candid (and not so candid) moments of our in-studio hijinks as we made the new album.
Happy Easter beautiful family and friends! We played some wild stuff this week: Philadelphia, Charlottesville, Washington D.C., Brooklyn, and Cazenovia. We’re heading even further north from here, including but not limited to Boston and Portland, Maine! We saw a waterfall, crashed in a Manhattan apartment high above the street, and Ed the Englishman has started saying “y’all.”
Onward and upward!
After a looong and much needed night’s sleep, we’ve been taking it easy on our off day for the week. Nick and Noah cooked breakfast, and we ventured out into the city of Richmond, VA to see some sights, including the great James River. First four shows of tour were hype, and we’re off to Philadelphia tomorrow.
Here’s a picture, cause it happened.
Tonight we hit at the Grey Eagle in Asheville (we start at 10pm) and tomorrow at Cat’s Cradle in Carrboro! We’re pumped to see all our NC family and friends, and so happy to be breathing that fresh mountain air. Check out the horns warming up on some Dirty Dozen Brass Band licks for the gig tonight.
The sun is setting on our first day on the road. Morale is high as we push north to spend the night in Knoxville, TN to begin our tour. We’re at Scruffy City Hall tomorrow night at 11:15 pm, with a pit stop at WUTK-FM 90.3 “The Rock” at 3:30 pm for a live, in-studio performance! East coasters, we’re excited to play for yall!