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December 19, 2014
We are thrilled to be a part of the 43rd Annual RockyGrass in Lyons, CO on July 26th, 2015! We hope you can join us for this very special festival set.
July 14, 2014
For the first time since 2012, Crooked Still will reunite for three very special New England shows on November 28th, 29th, and 30th. The first performance will take place at the Strand Theatre in Rockland, ME (Nov. 28), followed by shows at the Sinclair in Cambridge, MA (Nov. 29) and the Academy of Music Theater in Northampton, MA (Nov. 30). The Northampton show will be part of a series of events celebrating the 20th anniversary of Signature Sounds, the band’s Northampton-based record label.
After a decade of constant activity, the members of Crooked Still decided to take a break from touring in 2012 in order to pursue other projects and recharge creatively. One year quickly became three as Aoife O’Donovan made an acclaimed solo CD, Greg Liszt toured and recorded with his band the Deadly Gentlemen, and Corey DiMario, Brittany Haas, and Tristan Clarridge all collaborated with a long list of acoustic music’s top artists.
Tickets for The Strand and The Sinclair shows will go on sale on July 18. The Northampton show will go on sale in early September so stay tuned for more details!
CS Member News: Summer
May 22, 2012
Hello there Crooked Still fans!
Curious about what is going on in our various lives?
Aoife has been hard at work creating new songs for her solo album and running half marathons. She’s been a frequent guest on A Prairie Home Companion, singing with her old pal Heather Masse, and will be teaching at 4 music camps and workshops this summer. Tomorrow, Aoife heads to California as a member of Noam Pikelny‘s touring band. They’re playing in Berkeley, Grass Valley, and at the Strawberry Music Festival. Don’t miss it. In June, Aoife hits the road on a headlining tour of some killer northeast venues, backed up by her longtime country-folk-rock band. July will find her at festivals like Greyfox and Rockygrass, and in August, she’ll play a free show in Brooklyn opening for Lyle Lovett. Full details can be found at www.aoifeodonovan.com, where you can also sign up for her mailing list. James Reed at The Boston Globe just wrote a lovely article about all this- check it out here.
Brittany has been busy brewing kombucha, gardening, playing and teaching. This summer she’ll be teaching at 6.5 fiddle camps from Alaska to Florida and parts in between. She’s also gigging regularly with fellow fiddler and Darol Anger’s Republic of Strings alum Lauren Rioux, as well as the occasional appearance (at 2 Canadian folk fests) with Abigail Washburn & Kai Welch, Nashvillian guitarist Russ Barenberg, Bostonian power-woman Laura Cortese, and master of all things musical Darol Anger with his new band, the Furies. For the full details, see www.facebook.com/BrittanyHaasMusic or www.laurenandbrittanymusic.com.
Tristan has been busy with his acoustic trio, The Bee Eaters; they just wrapped up a tour of the northwest with bluegrass legend, Laurie Lewis. Look for Bee Eaters shows around the northeast in the fall. Tristan will be spending most of June holed up in a tipi in the northern California mountains, writing new music and preparing an epic lineup for his 8th annual Summer String Summit concerts, uniting literally dozens of acoustic music luminaries such as Tim O’Brien, Abigail Washburn, Brittany Haas… If you’re anywhere near California on July 11 or 15, don’t miss this! Details at ShastaMusicSummit.com or TheFreight.org
Greg is busy touring and recording a new album with the Deadly Gentlemen. They are playing this Tuesday (TONIGHT, folks!) at the Lizard Lounge in Cambridge, MA, then heading out to Colorado to start their summer tour. Look out for them at lots of great festivals such as Pagosa Folk ‘n’ Bluegrass; Grass Valley; ROMP; the Greater New Bedford Summerfest; and the Northwest String Summit. Their full tour schedule can be found at www.deadlygentlemen.com
The only homeowner of the bunch, Corey has been spending some quality time in Vermont working on fixing up his house. He recently finished replacing his garage roof and is glad to be back on the ground and playing music again! He’s been performing on and off with the great David Wax Museum and is about to embark on a 5 day Northeast mini tour with them to Boston, New York, Philadelphia and DC. You can find the dates here. In addition to being a freelance bassist, Corey has been tour managing for our good friend Sarah Jarosz where he gets to put to good use many of the business skills he acquired over the years touring with Crooked Still. It’s a new role for him and one that he is enjoying. Look for him this summer on the road with her. In August, Corey will be on staff at the Maine Fiddle Camp and Valley of Moon Scottish Fiddle School.
That’s all for now. Have a great summer!
December 26, 2011
We’re so excited to be spending the next few weeks in Queensland, Australia! We’ll be performing at the Woodford Folk Festival and then doing a few more shows in and around Brisbane. Come ring in the new year with us down under!
Northeast Bonus Mini-Tour
November 16, 2011
We just finished up an amazing west coast tour that took us from Seattle, WA to San Luis Obispo, CA and then one off stops in Austin, TX and Montreal, Quebec! Thanks to everyone for coming out to the shows and making the tour a success.
This weekend we’ve got a three show mini-tour as a special bonus for our fans in New Jersey and upstate New York. We’ve got shows in Princeton, NJ, Oneonta, NY and Albany, NY starting tomorrow!
These will be our last three US shows before we head to the Woodford Folk Festival in Australia over New Years and then take next year off. It should be a blast!