Sunday, December 27, 2015

Brace Yourselves! Tuesday's Coming!

December 29th, 4pm and 7pm Eastern Time
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Join Us for the Very Last Thing!

Now that we're on the Second Day of Christmas, and you're enjoying your two turtle doves, it's time to plan ahead for December 29th, and the four calling birds, and two online concerts.
In case you haven't heard, we're wrapping up our Farewell Year with two concerts right in your very own home, courtesy of the internet.  Two concerts, with set lists chosen by those watching, scheduled for 4pm and 7pm, Eatern Time on Tuesday, December 29th.
We're very excited about these concerts, and we hope you can get a ticket and tune in.
Here's the link:

A couple things to keep in mind . . .
  • You only need one ticket to access each show, and any number of people can gather around your phone or overhead projector to watch the show
  • Speaking of phones, it seems you cannot buy your ticket using an iphone, because Steve Jobs vs. Flash.  However, once you get your ticket, you can actually watch the show on a phone or tablet.
  • You can still make requests until midnight tonight (Eastern Time) by entering your song choice in the streaming feed at either show.  For more details about how to bump your request up in the list before midnight, you can visit  this blog post.
For those who were unable to attend the Final Weekend of concerts in the northeast, our friend Chris "The Professor" Roth has kindly posted his photos from the Final Event, of December 13th.  You can see that fine collection of pics RIGHT HERE.
Get your tickets for the online shows today, and get your request in before midnight.
And, most importantly, Merry Christmas, and a Happy Stein Auf to you all!
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Tuesday, December 8, 2015

Farewell to the Farewell Tour!

Here comes the final weekend!

We've had a fantastic year of fun and travel and friends and travel and music and travel.  Thank you to everyone who came out to the concerts this year, and hosted concerts this year, and who have kept us in your thoughts and prayers through all the years.  We're both in for a pretty serious vocational switcharoo in the next few weeks, and we don't mind asking for a few more kindly thoughts and prayers as we transition into . . . well, whatever we transition into.

However, it's not over until it's over! 

We still have three final shows!!!
(See how we have an exclamation point for each one?)
Dec. 11, Gardner, MA
Dec. 12, St. James, NY
Dec. 13, Brookville, NY
All three of these shows will be filmed by a professional film crew, using professional-film-crew cameras, and will be part of the Lost And Found Rockumentary . . . (which is a working title, of course).
This-coming weekend (i.e. Dec. 11-13), we will be playing our last three shows as a band.  (Well, "as a band" seems a bit superfluous.)  All three shows are in the northeast (one in Massachusetts, and two in New York).  We hope that you'll consider coming to one or three of these.  You can get tickets and find all the details right here at this link:  THIS LINK. 
Dear Michael and George:

What do I do if I can't make it to the northeast for those last three concerts because I live in another state, or possibly another country?

A. Hypothetical Listener
This listener has asked a very good question.  And fortunately, we have a very good answer, called
The Online Farewell Concerts.

On December 29th, we're playing two concerts, which will be streamed via the interwebs to all nearby galaxies.  The first show is at 4pm Eastern, and the later show will be at 7pm Eastern.  Huge crowds can gather around one phone by purchasing one ticket at the link below:
The Link Below
Thanks again for being your awesome self, and for letting us throw our music at you over the years.  We cannot thank you enough for your love and support these 29 years.  You've kept us going, welcomed us in, and helped us out.  You have our undying gratitude.
Stein Auf!

We are with you,

George and Michael