Northeast, here we come!

Tomorrow we fly to Philly and drive to Somers Point, NJ to catch the end of the Friday night shows of the festival before devouring the exceptional Italian food planned for us.  Can’t wait!  Saturday, Janson, Russ and I will play a couple hours of music we enjoy playing for everyone, then probably more delicious Italian food.  The next day, we watch the SAINTS game before flying out!  Who Dat!  Janson will go back to New Orleans and Russ and I will fly up to Providence to join my family for some shows in MA, CT, and NYC.   I’ve gotta get packed and get some sleep!  Hope to see y’all up there!

14 Responses to Northeast, here we come!
  1. paul
    September 11, 2012 | 2:17 am

    when do we see you and your band over here in australia susan

  2. little roger
    September 16, 2012 | 12:34 am

    you sure will ! love, love, love to you !

  3. Pat Woldt
    September 17, 2012 | 5:48 pm

    Hi Susan…big big you long time…will you guys ever tour Australia?? (specifically Brisbane)…we live in hope…Pat

    September 25, 2012 | 5:04 pm

    Hoping to see The Cowsills in concert. Maybe next summer on the summer circuit tours?!

    Also would love to see your DVD movie out for purchase as there wasn’t enough media coverage for me to know that it was playing in Cincinnati a couple of years ago. It would be a definite purchase I would want to make.

  5. Bernie Loubier
    October 3, 2012 | 5:41 am

    Saw the Cowsill’s at Mohegan Sun for the umpteenth time and as usual you didn’t disappoint. Harmonies as good as ever!!! Music as tight as ever!!!Banter back and forth, fun to listen to you guys!!!!Looking forward to your next trip to the area. We’ll be in New Orleans in March around St. Patty’s Day and will look for the Susan hopefully to be playing while we’re in the city. Thanks for playing and staying together. You have a so many fans still.

  6. russ
    December 20, 2012 | 11:17 am

    Thank you for the compliments..and for coming to our show for the umpteenth time! The whole weekend of March 9, we’ll be playing at Jamboree on the Beach in Biloxi. It’s put together like the Blues Cruise, though on land. ?/
    Then, I think Russ and I will be heading up the East Coast on a little tour. We’ll be adding our songwriting workshops periodically into the tour. I’m not sure when St. Patrick’s Day is this year, but i hope we don’t cross each other coming and going. Otherwise, late April, the Cowsills will be performing at least one show at teh Rhode Island Hall of Fame opening up. We’re one of the first inductees supposedly. Check in on our website as that time comes closer.
    Thanks for writing and thank you for your continued support!
    Merry Christmas!

  7. russ
    December 20, 2012 | 11:21 am

    The Cowsills documentary is coming out on Showtime the first week of March! So, if you have it, you can see it then. I’m not sure when we’ll be back out there..except late April we’ll be in Rhode Island being inducted into the RI Hall of Fame. We’ll play a show for the occasion and hopefully some additional shows in the area. I know that’s not too close to Cincinnati, but…
    Hopefully many more shows get booked around the country b/c we really love playing together as often as possible.
    Thanks for writing!
    Merry Christmas!

  8. russ
    December 20, 2012 | 11:27 am

    Okay, what’s the deal. Two days after your message, we got another message from a Paul hoping for us to play Australia! Hmm….
    We’d love to come to Australia! We have friends in Sydney…and we’ve never been there! Not many continents we can say that about. It’s a shame…so hopefully that’ll change this coming year. Call your local radio station often requesting our music. –if there’s is such a thing down there since most local radio doesn’t exist here in the states anymore. The more people that like us, the greater the odds of us getting bookings.
    Thank you for writing.
    Merry Christmas. Or wait, do y’all celebrate it in July, no? Or…shoot, i don’t know. It’s Christmas time here, so Merry Christmas to you.

  9. russ
    May 10, 2013 | 1:52 pm

    Thank you for the kind words Bernie. And…sorry for the looong delay in getting back to you. I didn’t know there were more than one page of comments! 10 pages with about 20 on each page! Oops!

  10. russ
    May 10, 2013 | 1:57 pm

    The documentary has been edited further since it was previewing in Cincinatti last September, and it IS available on Amazon. If you have Showtime, it’s been showing on that network since March…running through June, unless they add more dates (again).
    Russ and I wil be playing Canton, OH and probably Cleveland early July. Cowsills in the NE in August. Hope to see you at some point of the Summer.
    Thanks for writing!

  11. russ
    May 10, 2013 | 1:58 pm

    Uhh..this is bizarre. Australia promoters…y’all paying attention here?!

  12. Alfred
    February 10, 2014 | 5:30 am

    Hi Susan, Best to you. I only saw you in person once in 1968.
    I have 3 questions. a) Back in the late 60s when you guys were on TV so frequently (those were the best times of my life).. WHich of your brothers were you closest to?
    b) Were you aware then how cute (magnetic, pretty, etc whatever it’s called) you were? Were you vain about it?

    c)Who was four best female friend growing up? Was there one?

  13. Alfred
    February 10, 2014 | 5:44 am

    Hi again Susan,
    I guess I forgot a couple of things I wanted to mention. First I want to know if you and your brothers are aware now of how you guys represent the best times of our lives for so many millions of Americans that were young back then. In other words do you know how important you guys are and you personally ?.. Second: If you do some research on the subject of what happened to Moby Grape, (and to good music in general) I think the powers that be decided to use music to dismantle our north american civilization; and that is why “popular” music and “popular” culture get worse and worse every year. The Cowsills were erased from public consciousness at the first chance because as a cultural phenom they represented a unifying force for good in the midst of the cultural war.

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