Archeology: Sleeping in a Wal-Mart Parking Lot (Eugene, OR and Sacramento, CA)


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7/14- Eugene and Sacramento The adventure begins: 50 shows crammed into two months and six people crammed into a less than reliable touring van. I'm sure at some point our fly by night, pay-as-you go tour situations will lose their romanticism and we will yearn for more stable environs, but for now the lack of air conditioning and click-clack of our van's (Dolly) engine only add to the adventure. ...   More
 
Friday, July 16, 2010

Archeology: Our New Utah Family (Torrey, UT)


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Until I started touring, Utah was a land in league with Wyoming and Nebraska: A destination valuable as a piece of American frontier history but lacking any stigma for visitation. This changed, almost exclusively, because of a soft-spoken Utah based singer-songwriter by the name of David Williams. On one of our early D.I.Y. tours, we contacted David about being local support on a bill in Salt Lake ...   More
 
Monday, August 23, 2010

Archeology: Cattle Manure = Madera (Fresno, CA to Las Vegas)


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Fresno to Las Vegas Strong navigational skills are a must for DIY touring, both for making it to the venue on time and for preventing the band from breaking up (think the arguments mom and dad had before they could blame it on GPS). Despite our relatively limited tour experience (only four so far) I feel like we have already graduated to a GPS-less existence, instead navigating purely by familiar ...   More
 
Friday, July 23, 2010

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