So thankful to the International Bluegrass Music Association for all their support and recognition. We're honored to be the recipients of the 2017 Band Momentum Award. Huge thanks to everyone who has encouraged and helped us along the way!
Thrilled to announce that Mile Twelve will be touring in New Zealand and Australia this October and November! Huge thanks to Due South Touring Co. for helping us put this epic trip together and we can't wait to see all our friends and fans Down Under!
NEW ZEALAND OCT 13th - The Vic Devonport, Auckland, New Zealand OCT 14th - Whanganui Musicians Club, Whanganui, New Zealand OCT 15th - Wellington Bluegrass Society, Wellington, New Zealand OCT 16th - Nivara Lounge, Hamilton, New Zealand
AUSTRALIA Oct 18th - Spotted Mallard - Melbourne - VIC Oct 19th - Java Cafe - Yackendandah - VIC Oct 20th - Patchewollock Music Festival - Patchewollock - VIC Oct 21st - Mountain Mumma - Sheffield - TAS Oct 22nd - Brookfield Shed - Margate - TAS Oct 24th - Mountain Pickers Club - Ferntree Gully - VIC Oct 25th - Yinnar Pub - Yinnar - VIC Oct 26th - Smith's Alternative Bookstore - Canberra - ACT Oct 27th to 29th - Dorrigo Folk & Bluegrass Festival - Dorrigo - NSW Oct 31st - 63 First Avenue - Sawtell - NSW Nov 1st - Wauchope Arts Council - Wauchope - NSW Nov 2nd - Petersham Bowling Club - Sydney - NSW Nov 3rd to 5th - Maldon Folk Festival - Maldon - NSW
As I type this we are tracking our final song in the studio. That’s right, twelve whole songs! There’s still plenty of work to do before this thing is ready to release to the world, but we are all breathing a collective sigh knowing that the hardest work is behind us. None of this would have been possible without the tireless work of our producer Stephen Mougin. I don’t think he left the mixing board for more than five minutes during our twelve hour work days. This album is truly his as much as it's ours. And, of course, it’s yours too. We are all still amazed at the enormous support you have shown us. When we first clicked the button to make our Kickstarter live it was hard to believe we would really be sitting here now putting the final touches on an album we are truly proud of. Twelve songs, each one deeply meaningful to us, making up one cohesive project that represents who we are today as a band. We can’t wait to share this music with all of you. More updates will follow as we get into the mixing and final production stages and have a clearer idea of when the album will be released! Thanks again for being there for us.
We made it!! As of a few minutes ago, our Kickstarter has finished, with a total of 300 backers contributing $18,872. This is such great news, our album is completely funded and we will have extra funds for additional publicity once the album is released. THANK YOU so much to everyone who contributed, you made this possible. We'll be in the studio between March 8-16 recording this thing, and along the way we'll be sure to keep all of you updated with photos, posts and videos chronicling the journey. For the next month we'll be practicing hard, both as a band and individually to get ready it. Talk to you soon!
THANK YOU to all of our friends, family and fans! We've been running a Kickstarter campaign during the month of January to raise the money to record our debut full-length album in Nashville with producer and engineer Stephen Mougin and have been blown away by all the support we've received. Because of all of you we are going to be able to make this album the right way, with a great producer in a great studio in a great city. We can't wait to share this record with all of you, as well as the t-shirts, stickers and other brand new Mile Twelve swag that will be given to our supporters with our gratitude. You can continue to give to our Kickstarter until February 1st. at 6:07PM EST and every additional dollar will now go towards additional publicity for the album: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/122826687/mile-twelve-debut-full-length-album You will continue to receive all of the other rewards we have! If you've had problems with the Kickstarter interface you can email us at: email@example.com to contribute and pre-order the album privately. We'll start recording in Nashville on March 8th and we're unbelievably excited about it! Again, thank you from the bottom of our hearts. Let's make a record!
Well, we're back from another successful International Bluegrass Music Association (IBMA) Business Conference week! This year we spent 4 days touring down to Raleigh in Nate's Ford Taurus (lovingly nick-named "Dolores The Taurus), stopping to play in NYC, Gladstone NJ, Charlottesville VA and Fountain NC. The week of IBMA was a whirlwind of fun and business; we played 11 showcases throughout the week, attended the business conference panels and jammed until the wee hours almost every night. Needless to say, it was a week of little sleep. On Wednesday, Thursday and Friday nights we ran a late night showcase room in the Marriott, with co-sponsors Boston Bluegrass Union and Lonely Heartstring Band. We performed in the showcase room each night alongside some of our favorite bands including, Special Consensus, Chris Jones and
It's that time of year again, yes! We're heading down to Raleigh, NC again for our second IBMA as a band. We have a fantastic schedule lined-up in our afterhours showcase room at the Marriott hotel on Wednesday Sep 28th, Thursday the 29th and Friday the 30th. Here's our poster for the room which we're co-sponsoring this year with the Boston Bluegrass Union and the Lonely Heartstring Band. We'll also be playing a few other showcases during the week, check us out here...
We've just returned from a great week of shows in sunny (and sometimes not so sunny) Florida! We played in Fort Lauderdale, North Tampa and the Baygrass Bluegrass Festival down in Islamorada which was in the northern part of the Florida Keys. That was an especially beautiful part of our trip. The drive from Miami down to Islamorada was on a single one lane highway, borderd by marshes and ocean on either side. We saw tons of wildlife, including one huge epically orange iguana and lots of pelicans. On the last day of the trip we had a day off in Islamorada and spent the day opening coconuts by hand and using them to make pina coladas. Thanks so much to Jim, Marci, Robbie and Armando for hosting us, we'll be back again soon!