Friday, June 06, 2008
This is going to be an incredible weekend! Here's the scoop...
Evangenitals lead singer Juli Crockett (that's me!) and drummer George Bernardo are driving to Las Vegas tomorrow to perform with our *other* band CASH'D OUT (http://www.myspace.com/cashdout) the world's premier Johnny Cash tribute band, in which I curl my hair and sing the June Carter parts and Georgie, well, he plays the drums!
If you live in Las Vegas (Friday night @ the ICEHOUSE) or Phoenix (Saturday night @ GOATHEAD SALOON) and would like to check us out, write to me! I've got some comp tickets (compliments of the Evangenitals) for the first to respond! :-)
On Sunday morning I'll be jumping on a plane back to LA, where we'll be rockin' the backporch of the Echo from 5:30pm - 9pm during the "Grand Ole Echo" country music review.
It's the record release party for I See Hawks and there is an incredible lineup inside: The Chapin Sisters, Mike Stinson, Old Californio (featuring sometime Evangenitals bassist Jason Chesney on Guitar!?!) and of course I See Hawks.
We're encouraging everyone to bring their banjos, hand claps, whistles, and whatnots and join us for the ultimate hootenanny on the backporch -- right next to the barbecue.
The Grand Ole Echo shows are ALL AGES, they are FREE, and they are TONS of FUN!
And hey, if you can't make it to this one, you can see us THE VERY NEXT NIGHT (Monday June 9th) plugged in at the Bordello (aka the swankest venue in LA) playing with the SPECTACULAR Western-Swing trio "Shotgun Party" from Austin, TX. Full details here:
Here's the details for Sunday:
What: The Grand Ole Echo
Where: The Echo
1822 Sunset Blvd.
Los Angeles (Echo Park), CA 90023
When: Sunday June 8th from 5PM-9PM
Doors open at 5PM and the great music starts at 5:30PM and ends at 9PM, so you can get back home in time to wash your face and say your prayers.
Relax out back on the Echo patio and enjoy the warm summer weather and eat some BBQ with the Evangenitals!
"Country music keeps us in touch with out age-old heritage of plainspoken musical storytelling about the things that matter most in life." -- from "Will the Circle be Unbroken"
Love, love, light, more light, and love,
Juli & the Evangenitals