Summer has been flying by and we have been having a great time rocking with you all. Just wanted to recap some highlights!
We had the pleasure of playing the “Wild Mountain Faire” in Concow,Ca just outside of Chico. Beautiful setting on a lake amongst tall trees and an amazing tree house porch stage. This new festival was great and promises to deliver an even bigger and better line-up next year and we look forward to rocking it again!
After the Faire we headed to our favorite dirty soulful blues spot in Sacramento, The Torch Club. We participated in an amazing benefit for the Albie Breast Cancer Foundation during the day and then returned in the evening for a 4 hour 3 set marathon with bridesmaids and wild wedding people included in the price of admission. The people that come out to this club are true music lovers and know how to get down and cut a rug. Whether you are playing electric sizzling rock n roll or breaking hearts with a choice ballad the patrons and staff of this bar are top notch and we love to play this room. See you soon!!
After a few days rest and a bunch of rehearsals the band was off to High Sierra Music Festival. We rolled into this amazing musical wonderland on Thursday night and with our show scheduled for the Big meadow on Saturday morning we tried our best to remain lucid and present. When music is your life sitting around waiting to play can be challenging. Thankfully our friends and a lot of cold beer made the days fly by not to mention some pretty amazing music! It was early but the big meadow was rocking and we thank you all for getting up early or staying up all night to support us. Wohoo!! Tracorum was representing all over the festival. Inx had the honor of playing some of the festivals choicest music with Ernest Ranglin. Me, Derek, and Calderon lent a hand to the ridiculously fun “Stones Maggedon” set and I was exhausted but delighted to close the festival with a Troubador session. The whole High Sierra experience was a dream finally realized and we definitely made the most of the opportunity.Thanks High Sierra for having us! Big shout out to Roy,Debbie,Dave, Josh and all the amazing people who work so hard to make the festival such an amazing event. See you next year!
We rolled out of Quincy early Monday morning and took the beautiful scenic route down into Truckee and over to Alpine Meadows for a July 4th Celebration. It was hot but fun as we rocked the last day of the skiing season outside on the deck and our last show ever at Alpine Meadows. Thanks for the great memories! Let freedom ring!