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AthFest & Archer’s Arrow!

Got two shows next weekend for AthFest- playing with The Wild Fires plus the Malian ‘Mande’ band, Lassine Kouyate. Info below..

In other news, Archer’s Arrow, the album originally recorded backed by members of Nutria (now playing in The Eskimos), has been mixed by the mighty Bronson Tew at Dial Back Sound in Mississippi. Members of Jimbo Mathus‘ Tri-State Coalition stopped in to add some majestic sounds. Look out for details on the release as it comes together. We’d say it’s rockin and beautiful.

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It’s summertime.. go outside!

Green Room tomorrow!

Join us for an excellent Tuesday night bill at Green Room in Athens tomorrow, May 20th. With Oklahoma’s great John Moreland and Athens’ own Jeremy Wheatley (Crooked Fingers, Ruby the Rabbitfoot) playing as Sailors & Ship. Hammond goodness assured.

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Athens Americana: April 24th- 27th!

Athens Americana‘s comin’ up in just two weeks. Great line-up at multiple venues in downtown Athens! Like the fest on Facebook, follow on Twitter, and join us in the Classic City April 24th-27th!

Here’s our show:
FRI APRIL 25th- 40 Watt- 8pm
Adam Klein & The Wild Fires w/ Packway Handle Band + High Strung String Band. We play 9pm sharp!

500 Songs for Kids- Saturday night!

Pleased to be part of 500 Song for Kids this year. Led by Songs for Kids Foundation, tons of bands and artists will be playing some of the best songs ever! Catch me playing solo tomorrow night (SAT. APRIL 12th) at Smith’s Olde Bar. Gets going early, so c’mon down around 7pm for a great cause. I’ll be doing one of Dylan’s finest numbers.

Recording & Dogwood Festival

Looking forward to playing Atlanta Dogwood Festival on Friday afternoon (4/11). Come say hey & catch The Wild Fires- 1:30pm on the main stage.

In other news, spent the weekend recording at the folks’ place in Athens with the mighty Bronson Tew. Made huge advances on the “Nutria” album (Archer’s Arrow, my version of a garage rock record initially recorded in a few evenings back in the fall 2011) and played and sang the songs for Tropical Bones, my Nicaragua-inspired album. Enjoyed using Bronson’s 1961 Gibson acoustic guitar. Felt great to get these projects moving forward a bit. I’ll chime in with more on these albums as we progress.