I’ve been working hard at finding cool shows for us, and I have a couple that I’d like to feature this month.
Our Beyu Caffe gig is turning into a regular monthly show, thanks to the great turnout at our last few shows. Thanks for showing up and supporting us!
Fair Game Beverage Co. in Pittsboro is about as grass-roots as you can get. It’s located on an abandoned military installation, and it’s fascinating how they use the old buildings. Great escape from the typical bar scene.
It’s getting near the end of the season for Honeysuckle Tea House. They will be closing for the winter soon, so come join us while you still can. Proud to have Avery Logan playing drums with us that night.
Also looking forward to giving Bull McCabe’s a spin. Regular nights at Looking Glass and The Station still remain our favorite local places to play- especially since they are right here in Carrboro!
We have finished recording our fifth album! We are mixing it this week with Jason Richmond, and we expect to release the CD before the end of the year. It was fun recording it and I am looking forward to sharing it with you all.
I’m taking two weeks off from my trio this month to play upright bass in orchestra of the North Carolina Theater production of Into The Woods. It will be great to see all of my orchestra friends again. Look for Brad Maiani to fill in with his wonderful guitar trio.
Weather permitting, we will be playing on the main stage at Festifall this Sunday. Can’t wait to rock out on West Franklin Street.
Also check us out at Beyu Caffe in Durham if you can. It’s our second time there, and I’m excited to be back.
September is my favorite month to play outdoors! Come check us out at the Honeysuckle Tea House while the temperature is perfect.
Also everyone should see as many bands as possible at the Carrboro Music Festival, including us at Cat’s Cradle. We are lucky to have one of the most diverse music festivals around, and always free and open to the public.
We are playing all of our favorite regular gigs in Carrboro in August, and taking it on the road to play at Lorraine’s Coffee House in Garner, and Poyner Place in Raleigh. If you have small kids, bring them to the Poyner Place show because the sound guy brings an industrial size bubble machine just for fun!