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.
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?
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
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.