Where y’at Philly? We’re throwing down at the Barbary tonight. Doors open at 8 then a really cool self-proclaimed “Gypsy Kazoo Brass” band called The Late Saints will start the show at 9pm:
Check out their full album Here. They look like fun and we’re excited to meet them! After their set we’ll close out the night from 10:15-11:30. Hope y’all can make it out – this is only our 2nd show in Philly, and we hope to start building a following! Oh, and stay tuned here tomorrow, because we have a really exciting announcement about nudity.
We’ve had some swingin gigs the past couple of days including one at our home-away-from-home, Sweet Nola’s in Winchester, VA. Cheryl and Brian Ash are running the best New Orleans restaurant/music venue outside of the Crescent City itself if you didn’t know.
In other recent stops we were lucky enough to feature the beautiful and talented burlesque queen, Deanna Danger, in her hometown of Richmond, VA, at the Hardywood Park Craft Brewery.
Here we also interviewed with WRIR LP local radio station (great people! Tune in). Then Deanna and the crew presented at the one and only Hamilton Live in Washington DC just a block away from the White House.
Tonight is at the Purple Fiddle in Thomas, WV. We got two hot sets starting at 8 so make your way out no doubt!!
It is my utmost pleasure to introduce to you, the most beautiful trombonist/bar owner in Wilmington, North Carolina, Maaike! I’m sure we’ll be sharing the stage with her and her band , The Phantom Playboys, when we return to Wilmington.
P.S. Gig tonight at Tellus 360 in Lancaster, Pennsylvania! The Park Slope Alpacas will open up at 8:30, Dirty Bourbon will close out the night with 2 sets starting at 10:30.
Where y’at New York City? Dirty Bourbon’s in town! We’ve spent the past 2 days at the SVA in Manhattan filming a music video for our upcoming 10th studio album. It’s been amazing time shooting w/ Mr. Eddie Hellman of Flying Pygmalion Films. Check out this awesome still from the video shoot of our superstar female lead Mrs. Adriana Recchia:
Good times! Look for the video drop in March, and thanks so much to Mr. Eddie and his amazing team for making it happen. To celebrate we’re playing at the Mercury Lounge tonight! Doors open at 9:30, the Every Flavor Weather Machine opens the show at 10, then we’ll close out the night 11pm – till. It’s going to be an awesome night in a legendary venue and I hope you all can come out!
Every time we roll through Florida, we make a point to visit the Sugar Shack Sessions. These guys really know what they are doing. Each video looks and sounds better than the last. We can’t wait to go back and do some more. Now without further ado, I present to you, Where’s Andy?
P.S. Gig tonight at Matilda’s Music Under the Pines in Alpharetta, Georgia. Show starts at 8:30.
We’ve been kicking it in Wilmington, NC for a couple days after our Palate Bottle Shop show, hanging with great friends and playing around town. Made it to a blues jam at the Rusty Nail, a divey establishment that’s been around for over 100 years. Met some interesting characters there, one of whom said our playing changed his life (the guy headbanging to blue monk in front of the stage by himself).
Today we’re off to Charlotte, NC for a gig at The Rabbit Hole. Playing 2 sets, doors at 8PM.
Heres a treat, hope everybody is planning on learning the Hot Boy Ronald for the show tonight, you’re probably all going to secretly practice by yourselves, I know.
Today, we perform at Wilmington, NC’s premiere high-end bottle shop and reserve, Palate! Last time was a beautiful, outdoors, family-friendly throw down full of good food, good drink, dancing, and sunshine, and I expect all of that and more today.
The show kicks off at 7pm for an evening with yours truly, but I recommend getting there early to sample some of the excellent food available. In the meantime, enjoy some inspirational music from around the world!
Giovanni Bottesini: Composer, Conductor, The Paganini of the double bass, who elevated the instrument from background support to center stage.
Originally a violinist from a talented but poor musical family, Giovanni wanted to attend the Milan Conservatory. A scholarship was his only option. Unfortunately by the time he was able to apply, the only positions left were for bassoon and double bass. Unfazed Giovanni shed for a few weeks, nailed the audition and after 4 years of study, went on to become the most famous double bass soloist of his time.
P.S. Free show tonight at the Tiki Hut in Hilton Head Island, SC! Festivities start around 6.