Won't you come see us on tour?
Luke and I are beyond thrilled to perform at NYC's Maryhouse this Friday evening. Maryhouse was founded by the great Dorothy Day (pictured above); Dorothy lived and worked there for many years.
At this free, salon-type event, which starts promptly at 8 p.m., we'll talk just a tiny bit about the album (I may make a handout), then we'll perform most of it with just an acoustic guitar and electric guitar.
Let me tell you how excited I am for this show and how thankful I am that the great people of Maryhouse invited us. Maryhouse's address is: 55 E 3rd St
New York, NY 10003. Again, the event starts at 8, at which point there will be a brief introduction, probably given by Jane Sammon, then we'll be on.
I'm pleased to announce that our new single, a song for and about civil rights and labor activist Cesar Chavez, is streaming on Austin Town Hall. Check it out and get pumped for our album release and release show this Friday! If you're not in Philly, let's meet on our ongoing, piecemeal tour. (Thanks to everyone who has hosted us or otherwise made us feel at home these past few weeks.) -Eric