Archive for February, 2007

Feb/March Midwest tour and bugs…

Thursday, February 15th, 2007

Hi All,

Hope you’re all doing well. We’re just digging ourselves out of the snow here in New Hampshire. We had a truly beautiful storm.

Just putting the final touches on the schedule for my Feb/March solo tour through the mighty Midwest. Here’s what’s on the books right now…

02/26/2007 10:00 PM – Barking Spider
11310 Juniper Road, Cleveland, Ohio 44106 -

02/27/2007 09:00 PM – The Note (w/ Seqouia, Story of the Sea, & Grinner)
1565 N Milwaukee Avenue, Chicago, Illinois 60622 – $7

02/28/2007 07:30 PM – 318 Cafe
318 Water Street, Excelsior, Minnesota 55331 – $6

03/01/2007 09:30 PM – The Stones Throw (w/ Trampled By Turtles & Downers Grove)
304 Eau Claire St., Eau Claire, Wisconsin 54701 – $7

03/02/2007 08:00 PM – Winona Arts Center (w/ Eddie Danger)
228 East Fifth Street, Winona, Minnesota -

03/02/2007 10:00 PM – Rascals (w/ Eddie Danger)
151 E 3rd st, Winona, Minnesota

03/03/2007 09:00 PM – Sugar Room (w/ Charlie Parr)
Mankato, Minnesota -

03/04/2007 06:00 PM – Radio K (w/ Charlie Parr)
Minneapolis, Minnesota

03/04/2007 09:00 PM – Turf Club (w/ Charlie Parr)
1601 University Ave, St. Paul, Minnesota 55104 -

03/05/2007 08:00 PM – Reptile Palace (w/ Incandenza & Disposable Thumbs)
141 High Avenue, Oshkosh, Wisconsin 54901 -

03/09/2007 10:00 PM – Pizza Luce’ (w/ Trampled By Turtles & Charlie Parr)
11 East Superior Street, Duluth, Minnesota 55802 -

03/10/2007 08:00 PM – Acoustic Cafe
102 Main, Menomonie, Wisconsin 54751 -

That’s the schedule as it stands. Can’t wait to see you all. If I’m not coming your way (like say to Decorah), perhaps a road trip is in order. Needed to save a little time in the trip home to hang out with Gramma. Check out the “schedule” page on http://lonesomegallery.com for more show details. Here’s a little something for you, just in case you were worried about how to define what a “bug” is…

BUGS
Order Hemiptera
Commonly known as bugs, this order of insects contains some 67,500 described species, split into two suborders, the Heteroptera and the Homoptera. The unifying feature of all bugs is their piercing and sucking mouthparts, housed in a beak-like rostrum.

from BUGS, BEETLES, SPIDERS, & SNAKES
by Ken Preston-Maftam, Nigel Marven, & Rob Harvey

So now you know.
take care, Jeff