Big Spike News
- Oct. 22: We finished out the season with some wonderful fall weddings — perfect weather, beautiful fall colors
and people bopping to bluegrass. We've already booked weddings for late 2014!
Closing out the season for us is a show on November 9 for the Burnham Hall Music Series in (where else?) Burnham Hall in Lincoln, VT. The show starts at 7:30pm.
- July 11: Looking forward to returning to Ballard Park in Westport, NY for another free concert on Thursday, July 18. It's been a couple of
years since we were there last and we're excited to play there again.
- June 17: What a fine time at the Tug Hill Bluegrass Festival! Weather was pretty near perfect,
and the site was one of the best we've ever seen. Couple that with a great lineup and you've got a great festival. Thanks to Tug Hill for inviting us.
- June 7: Looking forward to heading out for the 8th annual Tug Hill Bluegrass Festival next weekend, June 14-16.
We'll be playing both Friday and Saturday, along with Doyle Lawson, The Spinney Brothers, Larry Gillis, Audie Blaylock, and many others. See you there.
- March 7: Our show at the Palmer Street Coffeehouse
was great fun and full to the rafters. You'll find some pictures by David Brown here.
- Feb. 7: Gearing up for our first show of the season Friday, March 1, 2013 at the Palmer Street Coffeehouse in Plattsburgh, NY. This one traditionally sells out, so plan on arriving early to get your seat. A great-sounding venue, with wonderful home-made refreshments.
- Our CD A New Day is reviewed in the September, 2008 issue of Bluegrass Unlimited.
- Our second CD has a good review in the August 6-13, 2008 issue of Seven Days
- There's a very nice review of our first CD Cheatin', Lying, Leavin', Crying in the June, 2005 issue of Bluegrass Unlimited.
- ...and a good one in the June 1-8, 2005 issue of Seven Days. In fact, there's a whole bunch of new comments in the Reviews section!
- Here's a site with some great photos and audio interviews by Gregory Lamoureux from our November, 2007 show at the Enosburg Opera House.
National Bluegrass News
(Courtesy of CyberGrass.com)