The Rockies are Rocky and far away, folks. Take our word for it. My family and I made the cruise this time, the band soaked up some Colorado love, some Lagunitas, and some amazing and rugged scenery. Were you there? Share with us on the 'ol Scrapbook. If you weren't there - hang on for a day or two, and we'll get that photo blog up.
Good morning folks!
On this day of our Wakarusa set, we are unveiling our Fan Scrapbook page. A page where we are asking you, our dear fans, to share your photos / videos / memories / stories of our tours. We have so much fun hanging out with you all, having late night '90s jam sessions, sleeping on your floors, and giving you Lagunitas, and we wanted a way to gather and preserve these precious, sweet memories. Take a look - we only have maps for the most recent 3 tours so far, but there are pages for all the tours of 2013, and we'll be posting all the way back to that first tour in March of 2010 - the Quest for Cliff Avery. See you all in Wakarusa!
Get yourself a copy of this April-May edition of Relix Magazine! Cut out page 61 and put it on your fridge. And then you can have us all staring at you... looking - from left to right: haughty and unimpressed? vaguely dissappointed in you? about ready to fight you? uncomfortable and possibly constipated? relaxed, easy-going, and ready to play some banjo. Nice job, Alex.
Also - we're still Roll Calling out here on the road. Can't keep too close of an eye on these guys, you know.
From Banjo-B-Que 2013:
Dearest web site visitors,
We love y'all and we're hoping we can keep in touch more. To that noble end, we're trying to start a new tradition this tour: on our YouTube channel, we're posting a daily roll call while we're on the road. It's only about 30 seconds - but you can see where we are, what we're about, and make sure that Phil hasn't wandered off to jump in a lake/river/dirtbike or that Gio hasn't gotten himself lost in a coffee shop; that Ryan hasn't locked himself in a guitar shop with some vintage pedals, and that Alex isn't infiltrating a barbecue at the neighbors; that Ben hasn't sneaked himself onto the Steeldrivers bus in a frenzy of agressive ambassadorizing. Roll Calls are important.