GREG HUMPHREYS ELECTRIC TRIO @
11TH ST. BAR THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 6
Back in the city after being away for a few months with the family. We just secured an apartment, so we'll be in the East Village for at least another year. Playing our first Greg Humphreys Electric Trio show of the year this Thursday, February 6th at 11th St. Bar (11th St. btw Ave A and B). Keith Robinson, Matt Brandau and I will be trying out a few new tunes! Would love to see you — we’ll be starting at 9 PM. More NYC area shows coming up over the next few months... we also have some exciting festival and spring date announcements coming soon.
Upcoming NYC area shows:
Thu, Feb 6 — 11th Street Bar — East Village, New York, NY
Sat, Feb 29 — Hometown Bar-B-Que — Red Hook, Brooklyn, NY
Fri, Mar 13 — Fox & Crow — Jersey City, NJ
Sat, Apr 25 — Bar Chord — Ditmas Park, Brooklyn, NY
DECEMBER RECAP — DILLON FENCE, BLUE DOGS
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Dillon Fence had quite a night at Lincoln Theatre on December 20. Sold out show, amazing crowd. You lifted us up. Kent Alphin, Scott Carle, Chris Goode and I would like to THANK YOU all for coming. Big thanks to The Lincoln, Band Together, John Fields, Balsa Gliders, and Alex Lawhon for bringing it. The following night with Dillon Fence and Blue Dogs at Neighborhood Theatre in Charlotte was also spectacular; here's hoping that we'll get some more DF shows together before too long. We have a great live recording of the Raleigh show — hope to share it with y'all at some point.
Speaking of Blue Dogs, it was a treat to be one of their musical guests at their annual Homecoming show held at Charleston Music Hall. Got to play and hang with their extra-large band of ace musicians and rip it up with the master, Jerry Douglas! Alison Krauss showed up and sang a beautiful song — backed by Jerry and members of the Cox family — and brought the house down. Kudos to Bobby Houck and the Blue Dogs family, Rob Lamble and Ear for Music, and everyone who attended for throwing a hell of a party and raising $70,000 for MUSC CHildren's Hospital. Thanks for having me.
Greg with the Blue Dogs and Jerry Douglas.