Tour blog and live radio broadcasts

Hey y’all,

We’re 6 days into our tour and having a great time.  I have a minute so I thought I’d update y’all on some events that recently got added to our tour;  three live radio broadcasts, an Lighthouse art auction and a record store performance.  We posted all the details on the Tour page.  So, if you’re not able to make it to one of our shows on this tour, tune in!   I’ll do my best to tame my pirate mouth.  I got booted off of an interview on Facebook because of it a couple weeks ago.  How exciting!

We played a really cool house concert in Norfolk the night before last.  I’m really getting like house concerts.  We had limited accommodations but were rescued by one of the concert goers; a very nice lady named Elaine who opened her home to us.  We had a great two days chilling on the river in her back yard, playing Monopoly with her son, Huck Finn (Zach, actually), and Jack making some Jambalaya for our generous hostess.  We were supposed to have gone to Easton, MD to perform last night, but alas, only 4 people purchased advance tickets, so the venue suggested we postpone our Monday night show for another time.  So, our apologies to the 4 of you that were holding tickets for our show.  I hope y’all are able to come see us in Vienna, VA tonight.  After tonight’s gig, we’re off to NYC to do a live radio broadcast on Radio Free Song Club.  Be sure to tune into that.  Then the very next morning we drive to Allendale, NJ to record another radio broadcast on WDHA that will air in the NYC area Sunday morning (10/24).  Next addition is a live broadcast from the Narrows Center on Saturday (10/23) on out of Martha’s Vineyard.  Sunday (10/24) afternoon we’ll head over to the Westerly Land Trust where they are hosting an art showing of artists’ renditions of all the songs from Lighthouse! Is that not the coolest thing ever?  They’re auctioning off one of the pieces too!   Monday’s a travel day South. Tuesday (10/26) we’ll play some stripped down song at Decatur CD just down the street from Eddie’s Attic. Everyone can just walk over to the club with us after the in-store for our show at Eddie’s!  Fun.

Okay, gotta go.  The kids took the Metro to the Smithsonian and will be getting back soon for us to learn a couple new songs before tonight.  Yay!

See you down the road!



4 Responses to Tour blog and live radio broadcasts
  1. Ron Pellet
    November 4, 2010 | 12:41 pm

    Darn…well really a synonym of darn but I found out about your visit up the east coast too late…I’m in Jersey on the shore…and you need to play The Stone Poney…or Count Bassie Theatre I’m sure if word got out you’d pack the place and I’d make sure of it…anyway I hope you and your family and your band are well and I’ll just have to keep an eye out for your return…I have to get a copy of Lighthouse.. I’m at a crossroads in life and it’s very appropriate. Thanks to all

  2. joe mazz
    November 6, 2010 | 10:06 pm

    …loved the comment. sorry missed you in ri. hope to catch you next time when your about. Hope you enjoyedthe smithsonian and got to learn those new tunes.

  3. Blakeab
    December 1, 2010 | 6:00 pm

    Just wanted to say hi from Kansas City Missouri.
    I was thinking about you (hoping you’ll make in on HBO’s Tremé this season) and so here I am.
    Good luck with your tour. Good luck everyone!
    It’s hard out there I know, but you are keeping it real,
    and at the end on the road that’s what matters.


  4. Barbara Thompson
    December 1, 2010 | 9:14 pm

    Hey Susan,
    I’m Bob Underwood’s sister, I don’t know if you remember me. I wanted to tell you I’ve been listening to you on Youtube and I think you are unbelievably good. Your songs are beautiful, and I love your voice so much. I love your cover of Drunken Angel, actually I like it better than Lucinda’s original. I wish you could get booked into the Folk Festival, it would be a perfect venue for you. I remember you came here a few years ago and played a club. Are you ever coming back to this area?
    Anyway, I’m a big fan. John was here recently with my brother, and he looked good.

    I don’t usually write to people like this, but I think you blow most people singing today out of the water.

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