We've got a great show coming up on Feb 2 at The Knickerbocker in Westerly, RI. We'll be sharing the bill with JP Harris. JP is a honky tonk true believer and one of the best country acts around these days. We've had the privilege of crossing paths with him a number of times over the years, everywhere from Texas to Tennessee to Europe, so it's gonna be great to be sharing the stage with him in Rhode Island again.
Help spread the word and invite your friends to join you at this show, this is gonna be a great night of honky tonk, country and rock 'n' roll.
It's been a full year, but we're coming back to Boston for a very special hometown show. City Winery Boston, located downtown right near the Garden, has shown itself to be one of the best live music venues in the city and we're thrilled to returning here on Jan 25th. Alt-Country pioneers The Swinging Steaks will be joining us as our very special guests and will be kicking off the night. Tickets are starting to move, so don't wait on this one. Invite your friends and family along to this special WHATO hometown show. Truly looking forward to seeing you Jan 25th.
We're very excited to be closing out 2018 by returning to some of our all-time favorite venues.
This Friday (12/28) we'll be headed up to The Riverwalk in Nashua, NH. The night kicks off at 8pm with Strangers By Accident opening the show. This show is SOLD OUT, and it's gonna be a great show.
Then Saturday we're headed to the newly renovated Narrows Center for the Arts in Fall River, MA. Our friends from Boston, These Wild Plains, open the show. Be sure to invite your friends and family along, and remember it's BYOB!!. Order your tickets HERE.
And New Year's Eve we're honored to be opening for the legendary Peter Wolf at The Cabot in Beverly, MA. This is Peter's 2nd Annual New Year's Eve Party at The Cabot and there are just a handful of tickets remaining. As an added bonus, we'll be playing the afterparty in The Cabot front room immediately following the show in the main hall.
We hope to see you soon and get ready to rock 'n' roll. Help spread the word and be sure to post about these shows on social media and bring along as many people as you can to join you. We're gonna have us some fun saying goodbye to 2018 and welcoming the New Year.
We're thrilled to announce we'll be opening the show for Peter Wolf's New Year's Eve Party at The Cabot in Beverly, MA. The show starts at 8pm and we've got a special set planned for this night.
And the party doesn't end there. Join us in the The Cabot front room after the show for an after party, we'll be rockin' and ringing in the New Year. We're gonna have us some fun. If you haven't purchased your tickets yet, don't wait on this one. To quote Peter and the J. Geils Band, "Ain't nothing, but a house party!!". What a great way to kick off 2019.
We had such a great time back at the Extended Play Sessions last month. What a truly great venue, run by truly great people. They just released a 5 song video preview of our performance, including a few of the songs off our new album "Can't Judge a Book". Check it out HERE. Take a look, turn it up and be sure to help spread the word by posting the preview on your social media pages. We want to get this music out there as best we can and we need your help to make it happen. Many thanks and enjoy!!
Very excited to announce we’ll be playing in support of Dwight Yoakam on Oct 2nd at The Music Hall in Portsmouth, NH.
Sharing the stage with Dwight is truly a dream come true. I’ve long respected his style of country music, he’s always been an outlier (an Ohio/Kentucky boy goes to LA to peddle country music!), but one of the things that really hooked me on Dwight is his appreciation for the history and the stories behind the genre. Last year I remember driving and listening to him interviewed about Merle Haggard, Buck Owens & the Bakersfield sound. He got choked up talking about Merle and Merle’s undying passion for the music. Dwight saw right to the heart and soul of the music Merle made. He seemed to understand him as a person, the beauty and the ugliness, and understood him as a dedicated artist and entertainer. I have really respected the way he acknowledges his inspirations and how he works to preserve their contributions to country music at large and to his own music. Acknowledging the ones who helped blaze the trail, that’s truly honorable. We hope to see you up in NH for this one, it’s the day before we fly out for tour in Europe. This is a show I’ve been hoping could happen since as long as I’ve been making country music.