Having just put the finishing touches on a brand new album with Nat Keefe (Hot Buttered Rum), Good Gravy is hitting the west coast for the third time in less than a year, for a tour that’s cooking hotter than ever before it’s even begun.
This run will see them hit the stages of rustic mountain towns and major cities alike, including headlining spots on some epic private events hosted by the west coast jam community. With shows in Seattle, Portland, Tahoe, and more, the Gravy boys have zeroed in on where they shine the most, and they’re going straight for it.
“We’ve got a few new tunes and arrangements we can’t wait to play for a crowd” says frontman Jeremy Page…”most of all we’re just excited to be back on the road and connect with this extended family of music.
“Having successfully funded their album through a Pledge Music campaign, Page and the Good Gravy boys will be on the road quite a bit in the coming months and year, promising midwest tour announcements and some epic hometown plays before the turn of the year. The only question: are your dancing shoes broken in, or will you have to leave them at home?
For tickets and more information, visit http://www.goodgravygrass.com
8/14 Canyon Inn, Salt Lake City, CA
8/15 Lakeside Lodge, Island Park, ID
8/16 American Legion, Bozeman, MT (w/Kitchen Dwellers)
8/17 Private Party, Kalispell, MT
8/19 John’s Alley, Moscow, ID
8/20 John’s Alley, Moscow, ID
8/21 Nectar Lounge, Seattle, WA (w/Water Tower)
8/22 Alhambra Theatre, Portland, OR (w/Left Coast Country)
8/23 Loston Main, Chico, CA (w/Low Flying Birds)
8/24 Private Party, Granite Bay, CA (w/Ten Mile Tide, Dad’s LPs)
8/25 Crazy Horse, Nevada City
8/26 Divided Sky, South Lake Tahoe, CA
8/28 Mystic Hot Springs, Monroe, UT
9/7 Mishawaka Ampitheatre, Bellvue, CO (w/Shakedown Street, Kitchen Dwellers)