We hope you're all doing well wherever
you are! We're about to pick up the pace a little and hone in on some new
tunes-- specifically during the Rattle Trap portion of our live set...ya know, when
the cajon, Zach's electric bass, & the Telecaster make their appearance!
Hope you can come check out a (few) upcoming shows we're excited about:
*This Friday (like, tomorrow 3/29), we'll be back in
Dahlonega at the Crimson Moon
*Next week we'll be back in SC for Columbia at
Sullivan's Island at Home Team BBQ for a pre-Charleston Bluegrass Festival show, which we'll be performing on Saturday,
in early May (5/3), we'll be back to Athens to play the Melting Point for the 19th Hole Concert Series!
Viva the state of Georgia! Keep checkin the Facebook page
and PHB website
for new shows and other updates.
WHAT DID YOU SAY??
Georgia Theatre hosts a pretty awesome radio show. There's a fine hour of music hosted
by Roadkill-Ghost Choir, then some deep dark and dirty PHB...dirt...nudity discussions,
jail time, What is A Packway Handle, etc. You can check it out [it's
bookmarked on the Soundcloud page link so you can jump right to it (around the around
1hr mark) Here's the link: https://soundcloud.com/gath-radio/episode21.
We recently did some recording with Jim White
and the Skiperdees
Athens, GA. Jim is producing their new album. We're also putting together
a new song with Jim. More details tba! It was a pleasure to work with
these great folks! Check out their links, we promise it's worth your time!
Here are a couple
projects some of us are involved in that y'all may be interested in checking out.
C'mon & "Like" 'em on Facebook!
Marie Davon (Venice is Sinking) and Andrew Heaton (Packway
Handle Band) join forces to create sincere bittersweet lullabies. They are
about to release their next album and are streaming select tracks
here. They'll also be appearing with Sans Abri next Wednesday,
April 3 at El Burrito in Columbia, SC! @powerkompany
Josh Erwin and Michael Paynter's (Packway Handle Band) new project that doesn't necessarily fit Packway's
M.O-- the style is not necessarily adhered to the strict expectations associated
with bluegrass, but it's still connected to Americana alt-roots music. Consisting
of acoustic and electric guitar, mandolin, live-looped percussion, and vocal harmonies.
Their next show is Sturdaday, March
30 in Athens at The World Famous supporting
The High Strung String Band for their new album, Rise
and Shine [tix here]!
FB & Twitter: @sansabriband
See y'all soon!
Josh & PHB
****We want to thank everyone who continues to see our shows & sends
their friends out to the venues & festivals we play! We love playing live
shows & one of the best ways to help spread the word about coming to your
town is with y'all's help! Email Josh to find out incentives for promoting.
****Packway is very excited to be working with Blue Mountain
Artists out of Charlotte, NC. They'll be handling
all our tour scheduling. We'll continue releasing more dates on the calendar,
so until then, stay tuned!