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Music on the Mulberry Festival

Big time being had down in Ozark, AR folks! Hope you can make it.  Click the picture for ticket details

  • Lance Carpenter and the Union 
  • Trailer Choir 
  • Jared Blake
  • Heavens To Betsy 
  • Jason Lindsey Band 
  • Highway Run 
  • Rachael Turner 
  • Devious Angels
  • Drew Baldridge 
  • Matt Huff

 

Stupid Cupid

                                

"Stupid Cupid" is available NOW at iTunes!

We've been itching to put this song out since we recorded it and, as Valentine's Day is coming up, we couldn't think of a better time than RIGHT NOW!  So, if you're flying solo on Valentine's or just sick and tired of hearing all-love-all-the-time songs, this one's for you!

Click HERE for a preview 

 

thx luvbugs,

Steevie n JD

 

Jim Parker's Songwriter Series

We're excited to announce that we'll be playing the upcoming Jim Parker's Songwriters Series at the Von Braun Center in Huntsville, AL on Friday, Feb13th!

Other performers include; Marc Beeson ("We are Tonight"- Billy Currington), Pierce Pettis ("Song at the End of the Movie"- Joan Baez) and Kerry Kurt Phillips ("Prop Me Up Beside the Jukebox" "Pickup Man"- Joe Diffie)

Tickets are available through Ticketmaster HERE and are easily the most romantic Valentine's gift your significant other could receive this year.

ox,

Steevie n Jon

www.JimParkerMusic.com

 

DeSoto Magazine Interview

Two weeks ago, we got an out-of-the-blue email from DeSoto Magazine with a phone interview request. While we'd never heard of the magazine before, nor were we sure that this wasn't some prank an a-hole friend of our's would pull on us, we looked at each other and said, "Who cares! We've never been in ANY magazine before! Hell yeah!"

The next day came and so did the phone call from a Memphis number and a guy named Adam at DeSoto Magazine. (not an a-hole friend) Adam asked us questions- lots of questions-and when he was done asking, it dawned on us to ask him a question. The ONLY one that had been on our mind since receiving the email the day before.

In the most non-self-depricating way we could, we said:

"Uhh...how on earth did you ever hear of us? Because, ya know, uhhh, not many people have..."

Adam's answer completely surprised us.

He told us that he and the magazine's editor had caught one of our sets at the Florabama during the Frank Brown Songwriter's Festival back in November and that they'd loved it.  We thought back on that show and remembered; bras hanging from rafters, bushwackers, and every kind of amazing character outlined in Toby Keith's, "I love this Bar"- but no reporters- (at least none dressed like Dick Tracy or squirrelly dudes dressed in 3-piece suits and fedoras, chain-smoking Pall Mall cigarettes, which is my preconceived vision of reporters, btw)

Anyway, the point of this seemingly pointless rambling is that, in our experience, the coolest things happen when we think no one's watching but we give it all we've got, regardless. 2014 was one helluva rollercoaster of a year for us with more lows than highs and that fact was sometimes easily forgotten. Thanks to Adam and his editor for reminding us of this and for giving us our first magazine interview!

 

Click HERE  to read our interview online and keep an eye out for DeSoto in bookstores and other magazine-selling-type-places 

 

P.S.

If all things SOUTHERN are your thing ("thaang", i mean)- check out www.DeSotoMagazine.com 

 

ox,

jon n steevie

Words and Music

A lot of your guys and gals have asked about the "Words and Music" episode that we did a while back and we wanted to let you know that it started airing last night on NewsChannel5+ in Nashville.  

Here's the full-list of air-times:

November: 

16th - 3am,  9am, 7pm

17th- 12:30 am

18th- 5:30 am, 9:30 am, 11:30 pm

19th- 9:30 am, 6pm

29th- 3am

30th- 3am, 9am, 7pm

 

December:

1st- 12:30 am

2nd- 5:30 am, 9:30 am, 11:30 pm

3rd- 9:30 am, 6pm

 

ox,

steevie n jon