On my blog
or on my website
Sounds like there's some really lucky folk 'round...........
IMO their website rocks and rolls, lyrics and songs, I was able to dive in deep before my first show last year.
Afterward, I was combing through my cd collection and was able to locate original NRPS and original works by the current lineup's other endeavors, fancy how easy it is to forget an old cd or few.
Now to secure those tickets.......
Was lucky enough to catch the Toronto, Canada show a couple of months ago...wasn't sure what I was in for but I danced all night.
I'm looking forward to seeing them at 10,000 Lakes Festival. Panama Red was one of our gangs favorite songs to sing along to back in high school in the early 70's.
Do I contradict myself?
Very well then I contradict myself,
(I am large, I contain multitudes.)
Walt Whitman-Song of Myself
Jason Sigur I haven't seen The New Riders in years.The last time I saw them was when I was at John "Marmaduke"Dawson's house.
to be in Norfolk VA when Nelson and crew decided to get the band back together. Talked at lenght with he and Buddy. Was awesome. My friend dirt got a boat back in the 80s and named it Dirty Buisness execpt he misspelled Business (see prior spelling). Nelson got a kick out of that.
Wasnt ballsy enough to ask about Dawson.
2nd favorite band of all time.
“The Omnipotent Grateful Dead!”
I am really excited that NRPS is coming back to the Lou for a two night run next month. Gotta get tickets (they sold out 2 shows here last year.) The venue is a historic schoolhouse: The Lucas Schoolhouse
Very intimate and sounds great as well.
Come and check them out.
I know that I will be there both nights.
Caught them live last year and let me admit here and now, I never saw anyone play a pedal steel from like 4 feet away and from behind. Wow. Food for the ole listen' imagination.
The encore Ripple was spine tingling touching.
They sold out two shows here last year and will again this, so if they come round yer parts, better snatch up some tickets, fast.
Need it even be said Dave Nelson and Buddy Cage and good, no grate music.