Posts Tagged ‘ ester drang

Happy Birthday Scott C. who turns 29 today.
Denison Witmer will be playing at The Evening Music in Charlotte, NC on Sunday. The show was previously listed as TBA, but has been confirmed.
Early Day Miners and Ester Drang one-sided LP audio has been sent off to be mastered. The Early Day Miners LP should be available in stores in December or January, depending on how fast the artwork is ready. The AM/FM holiday one-sided LP should also be ready in time for December, if everything goes according to plan. By the way, on 19 October, Early Day Miners will be playing in Philadelphia in a show that I’ve set up. More details as soon as the venue is confirmed.
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I’ve finally re-ordered Burnt Toast Vinyl t-shirts in both black and red in sizes small through extra large. They should be ready next week or so. The new website that is being designed has red as one of the main colors, so I thought new shirts should mimic that scheme.
I am also sending the master and artwork for Ester Drang’s Goldenwest cd to Gentlemen Records in Switzerland who will be issuing the album for release in Europe. So, the release should be more easily available in Europe once the cds are pressed by Gentlemen. By the way, Unwed Sailor is touring in Europe with a band from Gentlemen Records, Toboggan.
I keep following the Dodgers’ race for the wild-card bid in the National League. There is still hope, but time is slowly running out.
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Lots of new distributed titles added to the on-line store. Be sure to visit. The new Low album ships out next week, so be sure to order and get yours as soon as you can.
Dates for The Trouble with Sweeney and Denison Witmer have also been updated. A few shows have been added, a couple of venues have changed, and at least one date shifted for a show with the Sweeneys. Make sure you see them both this autumn.
The post office is being kind to me this week. The 4 songs for Ester Drang’s one-sided LP arrived today. This will definitely be out by year’s end if we can get the artwork complete. The band has been working hard. Also, I received Lost Joy by Camden Joy from TNI Books. It will be added to the on-line store shortly and is apparently a collection of short stories, many music related. If his Little Engines contributions have been a good sign of what is in this book, then it should make for a solid read.
Under peer pressure, I gave in and pre-ordered David Eggers’ next book. It’s being sold exclusively on-line and through select independent booksellers to raise money for a San Francisco-based tutoring charity. It should be arriving sometime soon.
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