Loyal Listeners, we’re happy to announce we’ll not only return to live performances this summer, but that we’ll travel all across the Midwest. Below are the confirmed dates as of this posting. We’re excited to get to play with old friends like Deuce and the Quincy Brass Band and to make new friends – like The Best Friends in Bloomington.
We hope to see you all!
7/02 Fort Wayne, IN. The Brass Rail..
7/03 Indianapolis, IN. The Melody Inn.
7/04 Elwood, IN. Callaway Park Ampitheater.
7/08 Cleveland, OH. Wilbert’s.
7/09 Youngstown, OH. The Lemon Grove
7/10 Cincinnati, OH. Second Sunday on Main.
7/13 Bloomington, IN. The Bishop.
7/16 Saint Louis, MO. Schlafly Bottleworks.
7/23 Indianapolis, IN. The Vollrath.
7/24 Louisville, KY. Highlands Taproom.
7/28 Detroit, MI. Cliff Bell’s.
7/29 Buchanan, MI. Union Coffee House.
It’s official, ladies and gentlemen: End Times will play the Roots & Rhythm festival at Headwaters Park (Ft Wayne) in July. Joining us will be Creole Stomp, Urban Legend, Huckleberry Blue. and our good friends Kenny and Patrick as Deuce. Should be fun times. We’ll let you know when tickets become available.
By the end of the night, we raised over $800 for the orphans. We’ll keep you updated through the blog and Facebook as word from Burkina Faso reaches us (Lyndsy’s said there have been numerous telephone difficulties since the flood).
Thanks to the artists for donating their work to the cause!
Thanks to House of Bread and The Bergamot for playing!
Thanks to all of you for attending, donating, and buying art!
For the first time Lyndsy and the IPFW French Club have done such an event, it was a pretty darn stellar success, we think.
If you didn’t know, Lyndsy Rae has been hard at work organizing relief efforts for several orphanages in Burkina Faso, where she spent part of the summer. Not long after she left, the area around Ouagadougou where she stayed was hit by a flood. The region has clean water issues during the best of times, but the flood has hit the orphanages of the region pretty heavily. The money is expected to go toward repairing damage, assuring the health of the children, and providing education with what remains.
The live music will happen on Saturday, November 14 at Pint and Slice beginning around 8:00pm. We’ll be joined by The Bergamot (a folky duo we enjoy) and House of Bread (indie/electro that you may have seen with us at the Dash).
All this week artwork will be on display upstairs. Portions of each piece sold will go to the orphanages.
We’ve arranged a special all ages show at Pint & Slice for Halloween, and we’re pretty excited about it! It’s early in the evening this Friday the 30th.
Music will be provided by us and our good friend Hope Arthur. Both sets will include a few special Halloween numbers!
In addition, we’ll be joined by a host of puppets performed by Marcelle Helms, Bjart’s mom. She’s been performing puppet shows for decades now, and will punctuate the set with a host of monsters and creepy things.
We’ll also have a costume contest and other games with prizes (including candy and a set of finger puppets). So come dressed for season!
Thanks to everyone who came out and supported our show with Christabel and the Jons and the not-so-secret special guests, Two Man Gentlemen Band. If you missed it, then you also missed the debut of Eric Stuckey, our new drummer. We’re all happy to have him on board and filling out our sound.