Click HERE for a FREE download of our January 19th, 2012 show at The Birchmere in Alexandria, VA. There will be more live shows posted from this tour in the coming weeks.

1. The Banks of the Leopold Canal
2. Glory, Hallelujah
3. Back Alley Blues
4. The Place I Left Behind
5. Trouble In Mind
6. As I Roved Out
7. Hang Me, Oh Hang Me
8. All the Money I Had Is Gone

Happy New Year everyone!
We have some exciting news. We are finally making our first trip across the pond to do some touring in the UK and Netherlands. We’re really excited to finally get the chance to play live for some of you folks that have been supporting us for years. If we are not playing in your city/country, fear not, we plan to be back soon and we’ll do our best to fill in the gaps. Check on our tour dates for more details. More dates are being added too.

Last year was a very exciting year for us and we’re really looking forward to playing a lot in 2012 in as many places as possible. Make sure to keep a close eye on our tour dates, we will be posting more all the time.

Also a big thank you to all the blogs, magazines and radio stations are supporting the new album. We landed spots in a lot of “best of” lists for 2011. We came in at #1 most played album in the folk/roots/blues category on college/non-commercial radio in Canada and #21 overall (Earshot!)! In the US “The Place I Left Behind” is still sitting in the top 20 most played albums on Americana radio after several weeks!

Last but not least, if you live near the East Coast of the US between Boston and Raleigh, check our tour dates to see if we’re playing near you. The tour starts next week!

We just recently completed a tour of the North American West coast. We had some excellent shows, and exciting times! Thank-you to everyone who came out to support and listen.
For now we’re taking a rest and spending some time at home with our families, before we head out again on the road in January.
Once again we’re joining Texas songwriter Robert Earl Keen on a string of shows, this time up the US East coast from North Carolina to Connecticut. Visit the Shows section of our website to see a full listing of the concerts and ticket info.
Also, make sure to visit our Youtube Channel, we’re always adding new videos.
Merry Christmas all!

Biltmore Cabaret, Nov 25th, 2011

Biltmore Cabaret, Nov 25th, 2011. Credit: Skot Nelson, No Depression.

We just got back from an exciting tour with the Robert Earl Keen band in the South Eastern US, where we were fortunate to play some amazing and legendary venues such as the Ryman Auditorium in Nashville, the Georgia Theatre in Athens and many more! Thanks to the new and old fans who came out to see us and pick up the new album, and to the Robert and the guys for treating us real well. We had a lot of fun.
Now we are finally getting around to the Western part of the continent. We begin a West coast tour next weekend in British Columbia, and will then make our way down the coast to Southern California with many stops along the way. Check the tour dates tab for more details and ticket info.

Next week we embark on the first leg of a US tour, in the Southern region. We’ll be playing cities in Tennessee, North & South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama and Florida, including shows supporting Robert Earl Keen and the Orlando Calling festival in Florida. Check out the tour dates tab for details on the shows. Also take a look at our upcoming West Coast tour dates.


Nov 02 Track 29: Chattanooga, TN, Supporting Robert Earl Keen
Nov 03 Ryman Auditorium: Nashville, TN, Supporting Robert Earl Keen
Nov 04 Newberry Opera House: Newberry, SC, Supporting Robert Earl Keen
Nov 05 Ziggy’s: Winston Salem, NC, Supporting Robert Earl Keen.
Nov 06 Georgia Theater: Athens, GA, Supporting Robert Earl Keen
Nov 08 Orange Peel: Asheville, NC, Supporting Robert Earl Keen
Nov 09 Saenger Theatre: Mobile, AL, Supporting Robert Earl Keen
Nov 10 The 567 Center: Macon, GA, w/ Kopecky Family Band
Nov 12 Orlando Calling: Orlando, FL