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Mar
25
Mon
2019
Punch Brothers plus Gabriel Kahane @ The Orange Peel
Mar 25 @ 8:00 pm – 11:59 pm

Punch Brothers
plus Gabriel Kahane
Show: 8pm
Doors: 7pm
$35 – $159
Ages 18+

Tickets & Info: www.theorangepeel.net/event/punch-brothers/

All Ashore, Punch Brothers’ fifth album and the first to be self-produced by the quintet, is both ambitious and easygoing, a lot like the “ridiculously eclectic” combo, as London’s Guardian once called the band. The work has the feel of a nine-song suite, one that invites you to unravel the threads of its connected themes and stories over repeated listening. Each track segues seamlessly, even a little sneakily, into the next. Before you know it, “The Angel of Doubt,” a dark-night-of-the-soul drama featuring a vocal from singer-mandolinist Chris Thile, has glided into “Three Dots and a Dash,” an instrumental that veers from ruminative to rave up, named in tribute to a classic Tiki cocktail, Thile’s latest recreational obsession.

Thile calls All Ashore “a meditation on committed relationships in the present day, particularly in light of the current unsettled political climate — certainly the most unsettled one that anyone in the band has ever experienced.” He continues, “We were hoping we could create a thing that would be convincing as a complete thought, sort of a nine-movement or a nine-song thought, even though it’s rangy in terms of what it’s talking about and in the characters doing the talking.”

When Punch Brothers released its last album, Phosphorescent Blues, in 2015, Rolling Stone noted, “The genius of Thile and bandmates guitar player Chris Eldridge, bassist Paul Kowert, banjo player Noam Pikelny, and fiddler Gabe Witcher is the artistry with which they mix bluegrass, roots, rock, pop, jazz, and classical to create a unique, contemporary sound.” All Ashore also has an appealingly relaxed virtuosity to it, self-assured but never showy.

In a more pronounced way than on prior discs, All Ashore comes across as a glimpse into Punch Brothers’ current real life, as these artists who have spent more than a dozen years playing together grapple with marriage, family, and their ever-accelerating individual careers as producers, composers, arrangers, and front men. On the album’s early tracks, it candidly addresses the state of their own world. In smart and satirical later songs like “Jumbo” and “All Part of The Plan,” it tackles the state of our collective one. Understated ballad “The Gardener” poignantly combines the personal and political in its evocation of a dedicated tradesman who brings beauty to a family’s garden but remains a stranger, a mysterious other, to them, only glimpsed occasionally from a window.

The five band members took time from their families to once again come together United Sound in Los Angeles (formerly Ocean Way), where they’d previously recorded Phosphorescent Blues with T Bone Burnett as well as their 2010 album, Antifogmatic. Pikelny says. “When we first got together as a band, we were mostly single guys in our mid to late twenties. We shared a musical vision but there was this sense of fraternity, of brotherhood, that really sealed the deal and laid the groundwork for a long lasting collaboration.”

He adds, “We had so much more free time than we have now, with fewer family and professional commitments. Our time together early on would happen spontaneously, casually, and often included stumbling home from cocktail bars at 3am in New York. We now have to be much more organized with our time to make sure we have opportunities to be together and make music. We’re no longer all living in the same city, three of us are married, and there are three Punch Brothers kids running around.”

Pikelny continues “On top of that, the current political and cultural situation in this country really contrasts with anything the five of us have experienced in our lifetimes. All our previous albums were made in times of relative calm, compared to the present time. But who better than your closest musical family to help navigate and makes sense of these increasingly foreign and challenging times? This album seemed like a momentous re-gathering of the band, an opportunity to really get to the core of what Punch Brothers represents. ”

Additionally, the band’s individual projects influenced them on All Ashore. “We were hearing new things out of everyone,” says violinist Witcher, “and that’s what going off and doing something else does for you. We had this whole collection of influences, new experiences, a broadening of scope.”

Thile has always juggled multiple projects throughout his career with Punch Brothers and as a member of Grammy Award-winning trio Nickel Creek. He currently hosts the public radio show, Live from Here, often abetted on stage by one or more Punch Brother. In 2017 alone, he released a duo album with jazz pianist and Nonesuch labelmate Brad Mehldau; a set of Bach trios with the cellist Yo-Yo Ma and his longtime mentor and friend, double bassist Edgar Meyer; and Thanks for Listening, a studio set of “Song of the Week” tunes he’d composed for Live from Here.

Witcher produced albums for Nickel Creek’s Sara Watkins (2016’s Young in All the Wrong Ways), Pikelny (his 2017 solo disc, Universal Favorite), and the acoustic guitar duo of Punch Brother Chris Eldridge and Julian Lage (2017’s Mount Royal). Nonesuch label mate Rhiannon Giddens recently engaged Witcher to create orchestral arrangements of her repertoire for concert appearances with symphony orchestras.

Kowert just released Unless, the debut disc with his Nashville-based quartet Hawktail produced by bandmate Eldridge and featuring frequent Live from Hereguest star violinist Brittany Haas. Eldridge also recorded and toured with Julian Lage, a prodigious guitarist who melds his jazz background with folk, rock and bluegrass. In early 2017, Pikelny released a purely solo album, Universal Favorite, and toured the country extensively with his one-man show. He produced Motel Bouquet for singer-songwriter Caitlin Canty, with whom he also performs. In fall of 2017, he was again awarded Banjo Player of the Year by the International Bluegrass Music Association.

For All Ashore, instead of recording a stack of tunes out of which they would assemble an album, Witcher explains, “We decided we would write and record this album in sequence. In doing so we were really able to construct the narrative, musically and lyrically, throughout the whole process. That was a new way of doing things for us that helped the cohesiveness and narrative.”

Eldridge adds, “These songs hadn’t been played live before. They were played for the first time in the studio. When you’re doing that, you capture something, that moment of discovery — what the tune is, how it goes, ‘this is how I have to relax into this section of the tune,’ all these things that are subtle but palpable to the listener and even to your fellow bandmates as you are discovering them together. I think we captured that on tape.”

The blend of concentration and cooperation that Thile had to muster for the arduous “Song of the Week” segment of Live from Here markedly informed the making of All Ashore, notes Kowert: “Chris’s compositional chops are in peak form, having worked under constant pressure for the radio show. And it was a similar experience for all of us, in our own ways, this openness to incorporate other people’s instincts — combined with a kind of last-minute element. Thile was always walking to the writing sessions, to the rehearsals, and to the actual recording — and along the way he would be working on lyrics for the next week or even the following day. Some lyrics were written right before takes. He would present his thought from his walk to the band and we would work on it together. There was a spontaneity to the results.”

Thile agrees: “They had the confidence and the ability to articulate what might be bothering them about a particular lyric. Maybe my increased confidence as lyricist — from the radio show, which is like a compositional boot camp both musically and lyrically — gives me a level of comfort. It’s a motivating force. When I would go back to the drawing board, I’d invariably return with lyrics I was more excited about. That aspect of Punch Brothers has hit a new level. Whatever we are working on, it’s gotten deeper and resulted in greater change.”

As Eldridge says, “It feels to me that we are a better band. The irony is that we have done way less together in the last two years than we’ve ever done. There is a beautiful familiarity to having this long-term relationship, and Punch Brothers are a thing that I expect will be a part of our lives for a long, long time. It’s a lifer band. To have that ongoing relationship, to have had a decade together, with it comes this sense that we don’t need to prove anything. We are comfortable enough with what we are, what we do, to celebrate the things that are cool and unique and creative about the band. Looking at it from that angle, our only goal was to make a record that was honest and beautiful.”

“This record is a distillation the things that only we can do,” echoes Witcher. “We wanted to focus on the things that make us unique, and I think we did. And we have a more cohesive and successful record. We’ve been around for twelve years now; we know who we are.”

www.punchbrothers.com

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cA4H7_d9q20

https://www.facebook.com/events/1447923268643999/

Mar
26
Tue
2019
Shades of Spring Photo Contest @ Chimney Rock at Chimney Rock State Park
Mar 26 @ 8:30 am – 7:00 pm

Wildflowers springing from the ground are a sign that spring and warmer weather are right around the corner. Capture photos of your family and friends enjoying the Park and enter them into our Shades of Spring Photo Contest for a chance to win fabulous prizes. We’ll use the winning entries on our website and Facebook album, and you’ll win some fun prizes. Photos must be taken within the Chimney Rock section of the Park.

Cost: No additional cost to enter.

https://www.facebook.com/events/513276815831866/?event_time_id=513276842498530

Belly Dance with Michelle Middleton @ Black Mountain Center for the Arts
Mar 26 @ 11:00 am – 12:00 pm

ATS® Level 1 – Dance Fundamentals
This is an on-going class series. You’ll learn the basic system of ATS® in a fun and supportive environment. Dance Fundamentals will have you dancing ATS® in your very first class! Each one hour class is divided into two sections.

1. Drill it – Learn the basic movements of ATS® with minimal verbal instruction and lots of following along, committing the steps to muscle memory with a fun workout-style drills.
2. Dance it – Experience the magic of ATS® and learn how to use the basic steps to dance with partners in a duet, trio, and quartet formations.

You can start this on-going class series at anytime and drop-in for drills and review.

ATS® (American Tribal Style) Belly Dance is an improv tribal style belly dance that is universal worldwide with every move having a certain cue with a leader and followers in a duet, trio, or quartet formation that is always changing leads. The beauty of ATS® is a strong Flamenco influence, along with India and North Africa dance, combined into tribal style belly dance. If you know ATS® you can dance with anyone in the world that also knows ATS®, even just meeting for the first time!

Bio
Michelle has been dancing ATS® (American Tribal Style) since 2006. She has taken countless ATS® workshop classes around the United States to further her education, knowledge, and skill of ATS®. Michelle received her ATS® Teaching Certification in 2015, and had her own troupe, Mystique Mountain Tribal Belly Dance, in Charlotte before moving to the Black Mountain area.

https://www.facebook.com/events/541775063005882/?event_time_id=541775106339211

Singing From The Heart led by instructor Laura Blackley @ Hanger Hall School for Girls
Mar 26 @ 3:30 pm – 5:30 pm

For Students 6th-8th Grade

Get in touch with your true, authentic voice in this eight-week workshop with Asheville musician Laura Blackley. Whether you sing only in the shower or would like to take your talents to the big stage, this class has something for you. Learn strategies for projecting your voice, breathing, staying on pitch, improving confidence, singing with a group, and harmonizing.

8 Sessions for only $120

https://www.facebook.com/events/2267672113515619/?event_time_id=2268221606794003

Locals Night at Foothills Butcher Bars @ Foothills Local Meats
Mar 26 @ 5:00 pm – 9:00 pm

We love our locals. Join us every Tuesday starting January 8th, 2019 for Locals Night with drinks specials, our Classics menu and a few other specials PLUS a meat case discount!

Asheville and Black Mountain locals will enjoy these perks at BOTH Butcher Bar locations…

DRINK SPECIALS
(all day)
$3 draft beers
$3 cans
$5 well drinks

SWEET & SIMPLE LOCAL DINNER MENU

Choose from:
Our Classics menu

$12 BBQ Platter o’ The Day – a rotating selection of meats, perfectly prepared in house, and served with two sides

$7 Famous Foothills Hot Dog – enjoy our famous hot dog BYO style and dress it any way you want at our toppings bar! Includes tallow chips.

MEAT CASE DISCOUNT

Shop local and source sustainably raised meat from local farms. Enjoy 20% off the meat case at both Butcher Bar locations.

NOTE: Our lunch hours and menu remain the same, then transition to Locals Night starting at 5pm.

See you then!

LEARN MORE: www.foothillslocalmeats.com

https://www.facebook.com/events/867583036906243/?event_time_id=867583076906239

Virtual Reality Public Nights @ Better Than Unicorns
Mar 26 @ 5:00 pm – 8:00 pm

These are our regular Public Events. If you want to schedule a private session you can here: https://www.betterthanunicorns.com/play-vr/

We pick the games, you pay a flat admission fee of $15 ($10 for students) and jam!
Come early… we will queue players up as you show up!

Sign our waiver, rules, and media release ahead of time here: https://www.betterthanunicorns.com/play-vr/

Bring your friends and #getyourheadinthegame!

Become a Patreon to join our inner circle to explore how deep the immersive rabbit hole goes: https://www.patreon.com/betterthanunicorns!

https://www.facebook.com/events/302734167026800/?event_time_id=302734293693454

Gardening Series: 6-Week Course with Diana McCall @ Dr. John Wilson Community Garden
Mar 26 @ 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm

MORE INFO
https://organicgrowersschool.org/gardeners/spring-gardening/

Learn to design, plant, and manage your garden. This 6-week course—every Tuesday, March 5–April 9, 2019—is divided into 3 topics. You may register for 1 topic ($50), 2 topics ($95), or the full series ($135).

Topic 1—Designing—Tuesdays, March 5 & 12, 2019
Topic 2—Planting—Tuesdays, March 19 & 26, 2019
Topic 3—Managing—Tuesdays, April 2 & 9, 2019

Each TOPIC has two sessions…

SESSION 1—Classroom (March 5, March 19, and April 2)
7:00–9:00PM
Lenoir-Rhyne University
36 Montford Ave
Asheville, NC 28801

SESSION 2—Garden (March 12, March 26, and April 9)
6:00–7:30PM
Dr. John Wilson Community Garden
99 White Pine Dr.
Black Mountain, NC 28711

TOPIC 1—DESIGNING
• Why you should consider growing organically
• Important site, size, and design considerations for your garden
• Growing the soil and nutrient basics
• Garden seasons
• Useful tools

TOPIC 2—PLANTING
• Techniques for starting seeds and transplants
• Dealing with common problems
• How much to plant
• Composting and vermicomposting (composting with worms!)
• Converting your lawn to garden
• An edible yard
• Maximizing your garden space

TOPIC 3—MANAGING
• The virtues of mulch
• Water and fertilization considerations
• Compost tea
• Cover cropping and NPK—nitrogen (N), phosphorus (P) and potassium (K)
• Organic disease and insect control
• Tips for Fall gardening

The series is taught by Diana Schmitt McCall, Garden Manager at Dr. John Wilson Community Garden and Eat Smart Black Mountain.

https://www.facebook.com/events/2275053316051105/?event_time_id=2275053349384435

Gardening Series: 6-Week Course with Diana McCall @ Dr. John Wilson Community Garden
Mar 26 @ 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm

MORE INFO
https://organicgrowersschool.org/gardeners/spring-gardening/

Learn to design, plant, and manage your garden. This 6-week course—every Tuesday, March 5–April 9, 2019—is divided into 3 topics. You may register for 1 topic ($50), 2 topics ($95), or the full series ($135).

Topic 1—Designing—Tuesdays, March 5 & 12, 2019
Topic 2—Planting—Tuesdays, March 19 & 26, 2019
Topic 3—Managing—Tuesdays, April 2 & 9, 2019

Each TOPIC has two sessions…

SESSION 1—Classroom (March 5, March 19, and April 2)
7:00–9:00PM
Lenoir-Rhyne University
36 Montford Ave
Asheville, NC 28801

SESSION 2—Garden (March 12, March 26, and April 9)
6:00–7:30PM
Dr. John Wilson Community Garden
99 White Pine Dr.
Black Mountain, NC 28711

TOPIC 1—DESIGNING
• Why you should consider growing organically
• Important site, size, and design considerations for your garden
• Growing the soil and nutrient basics
• Garden seasons
• Useful tools

TOPIC 2—PLANTING
• Techniques for starting seeds and transplants
• Dealing with common problems
• How much to plant
• Composting and vermicomposting (composting with worms!)
• Converting your lawn to garden
• An edible yard
• Maximizing your garden space

TOPIC 3—MANAGING
• The virtues of mulch
• Water and fertilization considerations
• Compost tea
• Cover cropping and NPK—nitrogen (N), phosphorus (P) and potassium (K)
• Organic disease and insect control
• Tips for Fall gardening

The series is taught by Diana Schmitt McCall, Garden Manager at Dr. John Wilson Community Garden and Eat Smart Black Mountain.

https://www.facebook.com/events/2275053316051105/

Yoga Class on Tuesdays @ Foothills Wellness Center
Mar 26 @ 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm

Where? Foothills Wellness Center, Inc. – Fitness Center
When? Tuesday & Thursday 6pm
Who? Mark Sawyer
Cost? $10.00/class, discounts available for advanced purchase of punch card with multiple classes
More information? 828-859-5004 or [email protected]

https://www.facebook.com/events/338945186681233/?event_time_id=338945223347896

Synth Jam Asheville @ Local 604 Bottle Shop
Mar 26 @ 7:00 pm – 11:00 pm

Join us every 4th Tuesday
Bring your synth and cables

https://www.facebook.com/events/860640930772984/?event_time_id=860640944106316

Team Trivia Tuesdays @ Sanctuary Brewing Company
Mar 26 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Come out and see what the fuss is all about! Team Trivia Tuesday at Sanctuary Brewing Company with host Josh Dunkin!

Team Trivia Western NC & The Upstate of SC is every Tuesday at 7 PM at Sanctuary Brewing Company on 1st Avenue in Downtown Hendersonville! There is no limit to how many people can participate on each team. You can have 1 or 20!

The game is free to play and the top two teams each week receive a gift card of $40 (1st place) and $20 (2nd place).

https://www.facebook.com/events/281414405828018/?event_time_id=281414445828014

Turntable Tuesday at The One Stop @ The One Stop at Asheville Music Hall
Mar 26 @ 10:00 pm – Mar 27 @ 2:00 am

10pm
21+
Donation$
One Stop

Join us downstairs during Funk Jam for an all-star local cast of rotating DJ’s spinnin’ vinyl and scratchin’ like there’s no tomorrow!

https://www.facebook.com/events/2261496624135396/?event_time_id=2261496664135392

Tuesday Night Funk Jam | Asheville Music Hall @ Asheville Music Hall
Mar 26 @ 11:00 pm – Mar 27 @ 2:00 am

Tuesday Night Funk Jam – 11PM – Ca$h Donation$ – 21+

EVERY Tuesday at Asheville Music Hall!

Tuesday Night Funk Jam has been a huge part of Asheville’s vibrant music scene since 2008 and is #Asheville’s hottest weekly concert.

Tuesday Night Funk Jam is programmed and orchestrated by an evolved Legendary House Band with trombonist Derrick Lee Johnson at the helm.

At 11PM sharp, the Legendary House Band kicks off the night followed by opening up the stage to jam to our local community of musicians for an ‘Open Jam’.

While this is an amazing opportunity for musicians to network and refine their musical chops it is ALSO an event for the people who support our music scene and need a night to shake their hips to the best funk around town!

Regularly, nationally touring musicians, TONIGHT funk jam is going to be off the chain. We have Lee Allen (of Yo Mama’s Big Fat Booty Band) jumping back in with The Legendary House Band. Come out to the Asheville Music Hall tonight and help us kick off the first funk jam of 2019. We start at 11pm. #asheville #noplacelikehome #makemusiceveryday #mftnfj

https://www.facebook.com/events/786766998382570/?event_time_id=786767041715899

Mar
27
Wed
2019
Act it Out! led by instructor Wendi Loomis @ Hanger Hall School for Girls
Mar 27 @ 3:30 pm – 4:30 pm

For 4th-6th graders

Through improv and movement games, students will explore story structure focusing on how the beginning, middle, and end work together to introduce characters that develop through crisis and lead to resolution. We will discover how protagonists interact with an antagonist to change through a story. Students will learn to develop and then act out a story as a group.

8 Sessions for only $120

https://www.facebook.com/events/526963791116441/

Act it Out! led by instructor Wendi Loomis @ Hanger Hall School for Girls
Mar 27 @ 3:30 pm – 4:30 pm

For 4th-6th graders

Through improv and movement games, students will explore story structure focusing on how the beginning, middle, and end work together to introduce characters that develop through crisis and lead to resolution. We will discover how protagonists interact with an antagonist to change through a story. Students will learn to develop and then act out a story as a group.

8 Sessions for only $120

https://www.facebook.com/events/526963791116441/?event_time_id=526963814449772

Nourish & Flow @ Nutritious Thoughts
Mar 27 @ 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm

KENDRA GAFFNEY, RD, LDN, CEDRD-S
ANNA FERGUSON ROBAS, C-IAYT, E-RYT 500
Helping you …
Understand Nutrition Science
Get Expert Guidance on Food in your Daily Life
Learn Techniques for Intuitive and Mindful Eating
Explore the Neurobiology of Yoga and Food
Gain Skill in Using Yoga to Manage Your Energy & Emotions
Breathing Techniques to Increase Awareness

https://www.facebook.com/events/2160542334266833/

FBVMA Mountain Music Jam @ Sanctuary Brewing Company
Mar 27 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

The French Broad Valley Music Association: FBVMA jam session is focused on regional fiddle tunes and songs. Carol Rifkin and John Mitchell cohost weekly, bring an instrument to play or just enjoy the music, its free, kid friendly, donations encouraged. Key Players are intermediate to advanced but beginners are most welcome and encouraged to attend to listen, learn/quietly play along. More experienced players sit in the inner circle and take turns choosing fiddle tunes or songs. Guests, families and kids are invited to listen and often sing along. This style of community play has been used to entertain and pass down music to kids for generations.

The French Broad Valley Music Association is a 501c3 non-profit organization formed to celebrate local musical heritage. “Our community. Our music. Our sense of place.”

https://www.facebook.com/events/231970501048591/?event_time_id=231970537715254

Flow & Wine @ Unearthed Yoga
Mar 27 @ 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm

Come practice with me every Wednesday evening at Saint Paul Mountain Vineyards at 6pm-7pm to get over that crazy mid week hump!

All levels welcome for an upbeat and energizing power flow while focusing on turning inward and cultivating an intention that you can take with you off your mat!

10$ for 60 minute power vinyasa flow and glass of wine!
6pm-7pm Please share and feel free to bring your friends!
DM if you have any questions! Hope to see you there✨✨

https://www.facebook.com/events/1224464734374111/?event_time_id=1224464774374107

¡TriskaTrivia! Themed Trivia Night! @ Triskelion Brewing Company
Mar 27 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

¡Triskatrivia!
2019’s Themes: (updated as they are determined)

Feb 20 – Game of Thrones
Feb 27 – World Geography
March 6 – 80’s Music & Pop Culture
March 13 – Food & Drink

¡TriskaTrivia! is Triskelion’s Themed Trivia Night!
Starts at 7pm, and usually lasts at least an hour and a half.

Glorious Prizes:

First Place Team: $25 Gift Card
Second Place Team: $15 Gift Card

Each member of the team that wins the Very Hard Questions Round (almost always Round 3), will win a free beer.

If at least 6 people dress up in costumes that relate to the night’s theme, then the best dressed (determined by me) wins a free beer!

(that means if your entire team of 6 are the only ones dressed up, then a member of your team is destined to get a free beer)

There are six rounds, with 10 questions each, and each round will be on a different subject that relates to the night’s theme… Each question is worth 5 points.

Teams can consist of up to six players, or you can play by yourself if you have no friends.

Cheating is not allowed… no phones, no “yelling out of answers” (even wrong ones), and no handy reference materials… This is not an open book trivia night.

Come on out and show off your Brainz!!!

(or lack thereof)

https://www.facebook.com/events/2020001851418998/?event_time_id=2020001888085661

Chicago @ Peace Center
Mar 27 @ 7:30 pm – 10:30 pm

Hailed as one of the “most important bands in music since the dawn of the rock and roll era” by former President Bill Clinton, the legendary rock and roll band with horns – Chicago – is the first American rock band to chart Top 40 albums in six consecutive decades.

Chicago’s lifetime achievements include two Grammy® Awards, two American Music Awards, a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, and a Chicago street dedicated in their honor. Record sales top the 100 million mark, and include 21 Top 10 singles, five consecutive #1 albums, 11 #1 singles, and five gold singles. An incredible 25 of their 36 albums have been certified platinum, and the band has a total of 47 gold and platinum awards.

Chicago has toured every year since the beginning. Four original band members still touring are Robert Lamm on keyboards and vocals, Lee Loughnane on trumpet and vocals, James Pankow on trombone, and Walt Parazaider on woodwinds. The band line-up also includes Wally Reyes, Jr. on drums, Keith Howland on guitar and vocals, Lou Pardini on keyboards and vocals, Ray Herrmann on sax and flute, Neil Donell on vocals, Brett Simons on bass, and Ramon “Ray” Yslas on percussion.

With the signature sound of the Chicago horns, their iconic vocalists, and a few dozen ever-classic songs, their concerts are celebrations. 2019 marks the band’s 52nd consecutive year of touring – without missing a single concert date!

https://www.facebook.com/events/2244946189110555/