iTunes, Backspace, and a tribute to The Band!11.01.11
Apple fans rejoice, our new album Adam Sweeney & the Jamboree is finally available on iTunes! You can download it here:
I’m super excited about our upcoming show at Backspace on November 10th. Not only are we splitting the bill with a couple of fabulous bands — The Lower 48 & Lindsay Fuller — but the show is also ALL AGES! Backspace is one of the few all-ages clubs in Portland, so come on out kids and show us old folks how it’s done.
I’ll also be singing in The Next Waltz, a local star-studded recreation of The Band’s “The Last Waltz” concert. I’ll be filling in for Neil Young. That’s happening at the Alberta Rose Theater on November 26th, and it’s gonna be groovy — with Lewi Longmire, Holcombe Waller, Parson Redheads, Eric Earley, James Low, Kris Deelane, Dan Haley, Joe McMurrian, Darrin Craig, Jim Brunberg, The Don of Division Street, Jeremy Wilson and many more!
Come out and shake a leg (or a booty)!
Traded Horses Live @ Doug Fir07.08.11
Here’s a video of our song Traded Horses from our new album, performed live at the Doug Fir Lounge last June, opening for Holly Golightly & the Brokeoffs.
East Coast Tour Photos & Video06.18.11
Following our west coast run, I caught a plane to Northampton, MA to meet up with Peter Sohriakoff (of the Colonels) and Pete Van Dyck (who played drums on our new Jamboree record.) We played 6 dates in New England as an electric trio. Here are some photos and videos from the road.
Setting up for rehearsal in an old factory practice space
VIDEO: Setting out for our first show in Skowhegan, ME
VIDEO: Day off in Skowhegan
Pete’s parents put us up in their lake house and treated us to an amazing dinner of fresh Maine lobster!
VIDEO: The multi-talented Pete Van Dyck
VIDEO: Outside The Living Room in NYC
Lizard Lounge in Cambridge, MA
VIDEO: Bishops Lounge, Northampton MA
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