The Town of Redding has been hosting its Concerts on the Green series on Redding's old town green for fifteen years. Rob Blick, the Director of the Park & Rec department, has made this event the most wildly successful recurring public event in Redding's history. Taking place every Sunday between Memorial Day and Labor Day weekends, Rob brings the best local, regional and national acts to the Redding stage. Playing to a very family-oriented audience, Tombstone is still gonna bring its own brand of Southern Hard Rock...just tweaked down a couple points to keep everybody happy!
Friday Aug. 2, Tombstone Almanac's invading New Milford to pillage and plunder the best sports bar in Connecticut- 1st and 10! Bring your thirst and appetite- the kitchen's amazing. Big screen TV's all over the place with every concieveable sporting event, and easy to get to- right on 7 in New Milford, just over the Brookfield border. Three sets of good ol' Southern Barfight Rock from yer pals, Tombstone Almanac. Seeya there!
Three sets of killin' Southern Hard Rock starting at 9pm at the best pub in the Redding/Georgetown area- The Lumberyard! Great food and drinks, killer service, and really easy to get to- 2 minutes from Rt. 7. SEEYA!!!!
Come and get it, motherfuckers! MAJOR pre-superbowl party! Three sets of shitkickin' Southern Hard Rock! Showtime 9pm
Three sets of shitkickin' Southern Hard Rock! Showtime 9pm
Sounds Like: Lynyrd Skynyrd, Neil Young, Aerosmith, Guns N' Roses, Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers
Manager: me, myself&mine management
Bio: Tombstone Almanac formed in 2008 when Marty Stauffer of Redding and Mike Armstrong of Danbury started writing and recording demos at Tiki Studios in Redding. Using session guys, the Almanac locked itself in the studio, and pounded out basic tracks for their debut album. Over the course of the nex...See Full Bio
"Tombstone Almanac blew the roof off of a packed house at the Red Door last night"