October 23, 2013

CLAMS & JAMS VOL 1 
As many of you know, we record most of our live shows and make the recordings available at the end of each night on a USB drive as well as at live.bandofheathens.com. Today, we are releasing what we hope to be the first of many compilations as a FREE download called Clams & Jams Vol 1. It’s a “best of” of sorts, taken mostly from this last East Coast tour.It’s a free download, and if you dig it please share with your friends.  To DOWNLOAD, click the cover image to the left or click here. 

 

 

NEW: KEEP AUSTIN BEARD SHIRTS – FREE SHIPPING FOR A LIMITED TIME (US ORDERS)
Yes you’ve probably heard of “Keep Austin Weird”, but we’re pleased to share the “Keep Austin Beard” shirt, featuring the face (and beard) of our own keyboardist Trevor Nealon.  

These shirts were circulating around Austin and went out of print, but we’re bringing them back and offering FREE SHIPPING for a limited time.  Get one and help keep Austin Beard.  


 
#2 AT AMERICANA RADIO

Sunday Morning Record is sitting at #2 on the Americana Radio Chart! Many thanks to all of the DJs and stations who have supported the band and continue to spin the music.  We’re gearing up for the 2nd leg of the release tour with stops in NC, TN, GA, AR, and TX before heading to the West Coast.  Thanks to everyone at press and radio for helping to pave the way for us as we continue to tour to support Sunday Morning Record.

On the album release front, we couldn’t be happier with the support we’ve been getting from all of you with Sunday  Morning Record. We started recording the album almost a year ago, worked on it in short bursts, and then we kept adding more and more songs to the list of what we wanted to record, so it took a while. It’s been satisfying finally working up these tunes for the live show and getting some energy back from all of you at the shows. They’re still evolving, but they’re feeling good. I guess they’re really never done evolving anyway. 

 

WHAT WE’RE LISTENING TO

Some new (and old) music to check out… We’ve been listening to Bobby Charles self-titled album, as well as Zeus’s album “Busting Visions”. It’s crazy. And do yourself a favor and pick up the Wood Brothers new album “The Muse”. It’s fantastic start to finish. Produced by Buddy Miller.

Check them out below. We hope you dig it. You can stream on Spotify and/or we hope you’ll support the artists by purchasing these records.

Bobby Charles – Bobby Charles

Spotify

BobbyCharles – Bobby Charles [w/ Bonus Tracks]

iTunes
– https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/bobby-charles-bonus-track/id129644023

Zeus – Busting Visions

Spotify
– Zeus– Busting Visions

iTunes
– https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/busting-visions/id595120848

The Wood Brothers – The Muse

Spotify
– The Wood Brothers – The Muse

iTunes
– https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/the-muse/id699053216


We hope to see you soon in the southeast and next month on the west coast. And maybe in Texas in between. Full list of tour dates at www.bandofheathens.com

Thanks for your support! We feel so fortunate to get to make the music that feeds
our souls for a living.

Sincerely
and with love,
  

The Band of Heathens

**RECORD RELEASE TOUR – 2nd Leg**

Oct 24 – Asheville, NC – Grey Eagle

Oct 25 – Knoxville, TN – The Bowery

Oct 26 – Charlotte, NC – Visulite Theater

Oct 27 – Atlanta, GA – Vinyl

Oct 29 – Raleigh, NC – The Pour House

Oct 30 – Chattanooga, TN – Rhythm and Brews

Oct 31 – Nashville, TN – High Watt

Nov 1 – Little Rock, AR – Revolution Music Room

Nov 2 – Dallas, TX – Oak Cliff Music Festival

Nov 8 – Fort Worth, TX – McDavid Studio

Nov 7 – Fischer, TX – Rice Festival (Ed and Gordy Duo)

Nov 9 – New Braunfels, TX – Gruene Hall

Nov 13 – Odessa, TX – Graham Central Station

Nov 14 – Los Angeles, CA – The Hotel Cafe

Nov 15 – San Luis Obispo, CA – SLO Brewing Co

Nov 16 – Bakersfield, CA – Buck Owens’ Crystal Palace

Nov 17 – Berkeley, CA – Freight & Salvage

Nov 18 – Garberville, CA – Garberville Theater

Nov 21 – Portland, OR – Mississippi Studios

Nov 22 – Eugene, OR – Sam Bond’s Garage

Nov 23 – Seattle, WA – The Crocodile

Dec 12 – Salt Lake City, UT – The State Room

Dec 13 – Carbondale, CO – PAC3

Dec 14 – Denver, CO – Cervantes’ Other Side

Dec 19 – Austin, TX – The Saxon Pub

Dec 20 – Dallas, TX – Granada Theater

Dec 21 – Houston, TX – Fitzgerald’s

Dec 22 – Austin, TX – Armadillo Christmas Bazaar