If you missed our live TV performance, you can watch it on demand at Denver Loft Sessions anytime. In other news, we've been putting together a midwest jaunt that will include a show in Wichita with our good friends Vehicles and a stop at the 10th Annual Norman Music Festival. We're getting excited and you should too! Still looking for another date somewhere on 4/27. Any help is greatly appreciated!
Happiest of New Years to all! We had a blast opening up for Cowboy Mouth at the Bluebird in December. Thanks to all the locals who came out and partied for us. In other news, tune your dials to Denver Channel 8 for a live performance from yours truly on Denver Loft Sessions on Friday February 3 at 8PM MST. Plenty of replay opportunity too, or you can watch it on the Internet if that's more your bag. Had a great time playing inside our Capitol building's studios and we played a lot of new favorites that'll be featured on the quick release we're currently recording. Stay tuned!
Our friends at Black Shirt Brewing Co celebrated their 4th Anniversary this weekend! To commemorate the occassion, they invited us and R.L. Cole to play some rock and roll ping pong and entertain the enthusiast crowd. We laughed, we cried, we danced, we stood on things we probably weren't supposed to stand on. And we welcomed Zach to the stage to play some keys with us for the first time. We're going to take a quick break and be back with some new recordings in the very near future.
It's been a hot minute since we've given a full update. But there's been a LOT going on in the And The Black Feathers world. First and foremost, we have amicably parted ways with our drummer, Tony Corona, and wish him the best. For any very lucky Kansans who happen to be at Kirby's Beer Store tonight, we'll be unveiling our first full set with our new drummer, Will. We've got some old songs and some brand spanking new ones too! We'll also be performing at the Norman Music Festival in Norman, OK on Saturday April 23rd at 4:30pm at the Red Brick Bar. This is going to be a great one, because the festival also features The Coathangers, Cloud Nothings, and Skating Polly.
After this quick jaunt to the midwest, we're working on even more new material to showcase at this year's Capitol Hill People's Fair in Denver on June 6! We're wildly excited to be playing the main stage at this great local event! Stay tuned for more exciting news as it rolls out.
The boys in black and pink are gearing up to hit the road in October. We'll be hitting Oklahoma, Kansas, Missouri, and Nebraska. We're still looking to fill a couple of dates too: October 15th in the Kansas City area and October 17th around Omaha. If there's anyone out there looking for a rocking good evening, we'd be happy to oblige. Shoot us an email! Pretty please.
We're gonna be performing at the Higher Ground Music Festival on Saturday August 22. We'll be going on at the Punching Mule Stage at about 2:30. Also, we've got discounted tickets for the full festival (Thursday through Saturday) for just $20. Shoot us a message or flag us down on the street!
It was the best of times yesterday at Illegal Pete's South Broadway. You guys made our day! Thanks for getting the burrito line dancing! Big props to Dead Pay Rent, Cougar Gold, PrettyMouth, Dead Orchids, SPELLS, Hot Apostles, and The Patient Zeros for making Sunday at The Underground Music Showcase unforgettable.
Guys! Girls! Everybody! Look for us at Illegal Pete's on Sunday as we bring our black and pink to the stage at 6:00 sharp! Also, make sure you check out Patient Zeroes and Hot Apostles after us at Brendan's.
We had an awesome time rocking the first annual Bluebird District Music Festival. Sure it won't be the last time we do that. Big thanks to Robb Dogg, Tony Mason, and Goosetown Tavern for putting together a spectacular lineup!
Thanks to The Whiskey in Fort Collins for putting on a killer show on Saturday. We'll be back in a heartbeat!
Ladies and gents, we're gonna be sharing the stage with 60's garage rock legends The Sloths on a hot sweaty Tuesday! We're really excited about this one. This band is back with a new record after 50 years! It'll be a rip-roaring good time, with The Good Gracious and yours truly.
Adoring fans, aspiring dancers, and crazy drunks storm the stage at 3 Kings for a piece of the sweaty shout-y action. There were no survivors.
Hey! You might've heard... Open Air just called "pink, black, and bruised" the #12 Colorado release of the year!