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FYM Article: Old Bottle Black Preview

Jesse Codling of forYoungModerns (FYM) wrote a preview and posted some great images of us at FYM Preview: Old Bottle Black

Show: The High Dive – Horse Bodies, Patrick Foster and the Locomotive, Old Bottle Black!

We’re playing again for the first time since August! This is going to be a fun show, we’ve got half a dozen new songs in the mix, as well as a few oldies.

High Dive Show – August 24th, 2011

Old Bottle Black - High Dive Show - August 24th

Facebook Event for The High Dive show on August 24th.

http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=233571649999527&pending

Acoustic Block Party Show

We’re going to be playing an acoustic set at a block party on August 2nd. I’ll post more details this weekend. The show will be at Evanston Ave N. between 90th and 92th Street. We’ll be playing outside and start sometime after 7:45pm and play until we’ve finished!

OBB doing a Triple Lindy at The High Dive, August 24th.

The High Dive (@highdive) is a killer venue in the heart of Fremont and Old Bottle Black (@oldbottleblack) is going to be playing a show there on August 24th with Crown Hill Invention! Stay tuned for more information. (shh – there’s also rumors of a little block party we might be rocking out… )


j.k of obb

Update to the May 23rd show @ Cafe Racer

On Saturday April 23rd Old Bottle Black and Landlord’s Daughter will be converging on Cafe Racer for a night of music and art, and an early celebration of May Day. They will be joined by cartoonists Kaia Chessen and Carl Nelson, who will be engaging in daring feats of stunt drawing throughout the evening’s performances. Grab your honey and your dancing shoes and come out to enjoy a free and festive evening of violins, guitars, harmony, and possibly a May pole or distress call or two.

The details-

Cafe Racer
5828 Roosevelt Way NE
Seattle WA 206- 523- JAVA

Saturday April 23rd
drawing starts at 8 PM, music at 9 PM
Landlord’s Daughter
Old Bottle Black

Show: April 23 at Cafe Racer – Old Bottle Black and Landlord’s Daughter

If you can’t make our show at Slim’s Last Chance on May 7th, you’ve got another chance to catch us two weeks prior at Cafe Racer – a killer little venue just south of Ravenna in the U-District.

We’re going to play with Landlord’s Daughter – check them out Facebook, I’m sure you’ll dig them.

See you there!

Show: May 7th @ Slim’s Last Chance in SoDo with Guns of Nevada

Yes, we’re playing at Seattle’s slice of Texas: Slim’s Last Chance with a killer band called Guns of Nevada. Check them out on MySpace. They’ve got a great southern rock sound.

We’ve been looking forward to playing this bar for some time. They’ve got killer chili, beer, booze and a great staff. Best of all, they have a flat bed truck as the stage for the music in the back patio. Rock on!

We’re looking forward to seeing you all there. Click here to sign up for the event on Facebook

Nov 12th Show at the Victory Lounge

This was our first show back out in a venue since April 30, and we decided it might be fun to play at the Vic again. Turned out to be a great night. Stephen Nielson opened the show with a set of his new tunes and a few of his older tunes as well. I was happy to hear the St. Petersburg tune tossed in there with a little dedication to yours truly. (I told him just before the set that it is where I grew up.)

We, Old Bottle Black, took the second slot. We had a few technical issues with the sound. I guess the audio guy couldn’t figure out whether it was my mic or the banjo mic that was feeding back, so he kept raising and lowering my vocals to the point where I was screaming just to be heard. Geoff and I were really clicking, I think, cuz we were falling into step the entire way… even after I decided it was a good idea to jump atop a monitor – only to come tumbling down immediately after. Didn’t miss a note though! I jumped right up and got back in it. Adam’s battery was spot on and Steve Yasukawa’s pluckin’, harpin’ and pickin’ were tits. All in all, we had a pretty darned good come-back, all things considering.

Then came We Say Bang! Man, that was humbling. When we first saw them, they opened for us at the very same venue. I can only say that in the last 8 months, they’ve just grown in skill by leaps and bounds. Amazing. They were truly excellent. It was an honor to play with these bad ass rock and rollers.


j.k

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