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  • Saturday, September 2nd, 2017


    Saturday Sept. 2
    Shenandoah Valley Music Festival
    Opening for
    Emmylou Harris
    7 pm
    One 30-minute set

    What an honor to open for the legendary Emmylou Harris!
    Peter and Eric have performed at the SVMF once before, opening for Travis Tritt & Jerry Douglas a few years ago, and it was one of the most satisfying concerts ever. The venue is a gorgeous open air (but half of it covered) pavillion.
    Here's what the website (www.musicfest.org) says:

    Our concert venue is an outdoor pavilion on the grounds of Shrine Mont, a beautiful, historic retreat center in the quaint village of Orkney Springs, Va. Situated at the foot of Great North Mountain, Shrine Mont provides a stunning backdrop for our concerts, and its modest size allows for great views of the stage from both the pavilion and lawn seating areas.

    It's really stunning. Please come. and you m ight want to consider their "Music Lovers Weekend Getaway" deal for this Labor Day Weekend. Check it out here:


    To get to Ornkney Springs from I-81, head east at Mt. Jackson (exit 273) toward Orkney Springs on state route 263.


  • Sunday, September 3rd, 2017
    House Concert / Laurel MD
    We're happy to be playing here again at this fine house concert series in Laurel, Maryland (zip code 20708), three years to the day since our last concert here. T
    This is an afternoon show on the Labor Day weekend, and it will be relaxing and filled with good food and folks...
    Steve is a splendid host and you should email him to get details and directions and such:

    Here's what Steve wrote about the event:

    A quick reminder of how this works. There is no admission fee but we will collect donations ($20 per person) and they go directly to the guys. We ask that everyone bring an appetizer or dessert and we will provide beer, wine and sangria. You can start showing up around 1 and they will go on around 2. They’ll play a set and then take a break where you can mingle, and buy their new CD. They’ll play a second set and the entire event should be over by 6.
    It sounds so civilized, no? And don't we all need a little more of that?
    1 pm
  • Saturday, September 9th, 2017


    Satursday, Sept. 9
    The Station Inn
    9 pm

    Hey folks,
    Eric, Peter, and Thomm have been working on a new album, one that features just the three of them, singing and playing their acoustic guitars. That album is coming out on Red Beet Records later this summer, and they have booked a record-release show for Sat. Sept. 9 at the fabled Station Inn in Nashville, Tennessee. They'll play two sets of music starting at 9 pm. The first set will be just the three of them -- like the new record -- singing and strumming and picking and telling stories. The second set will be the three of them, plus three of the best musicians in Nashville (which makes them three of the best musicians on the planet): Drummer Lynn Williams, bassist Mark Fain, and violinist Andrea Zonn.
    You should come.
    Oh, by the way, the new record is called:
    Profiles in Courage, Frailty, and Discomfort
    no, really.


  • Sunday, September 24th, 2017
    VIENNA VA / Jammin Java


    Sunday Sept. 24
    Jammin Java
    227 Maple Ave. E.
    Vienna, VA


    This is the D.C. area record release show for the trio's new album.

    Called Profiles in Courage, Frailty, and Discomfort (no, really) the album is out this summer on Eric’s East Nashville label Red Beet Records, and it’s 14 songs by all three members, tackling such weighty topics as moonwalks, steamboat captaining, dollar-slots, Johnny Cash’s gravesite, Jerry Lee Lewis’s birthplace, Willie Nelson’s notions of eternity, the downside of Parkersburg, West Virginia, and a Tennessee town flooded for the sake of electricity.

    Eric, Peter, and Thomm each has something distinct and slightly skewed to say about the world, and when they bring their singular perspectives to the trio table, it’s a perfect example of a whole being much greater than the sum of its parts.


  • Friday, October 6th, 2017
    INDIANAPOLIS / House Concert


    Friday Oct. 6

    Show at 7 pm / Doors at 6 pm
    This will be our first time at the excellent
    house concert series The Music Room.

    Here is what the evening's host has to say:
    Bottled water will be provided. You are encouraged to bring your own favorite beverage, as well as snack-type food to share with others.

    The Music Room is located in the Butler-Tarkington neighborhood, near Butler University. As the term implies, this is a concert in a house. Reservations needed, contact by email at themusicroom52@gmail.com or by phone at 317-251-7789. You will receive the address upon reservation confirmation. All proceeds go to the performers. Artists often bring CDs to sell, so you may want to bring some extra money for your purchases.



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