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The Yellow House
We’ll be at the Yellow House December 14 for some foot stompin’ good times. Rockin’ in the Ozark holiday season! Details to be released soon as Sarah can iron out the kinks! -m
Posted in Tidbits Tagged Blackberry Winter Band, folk music, Music, Yellow House 2 Comments
From Victory Music
This review of the Winter’s Bone soundtrack has recently come to our attention. For a while there in 2010 and early 2011 it was all we could do to keep up with those reviews. They are still coming at us … Continue reading
Posted in Music Tagged Blackberry Winter Band, folk culture, folk music, marideth sisco, Music, Oh Brother Where art Though, Ozarks, Victory Music, Winter's Bone 7 Comments
Page 30, The usual, the tour, The Blackberry Winter Band!
Resentments are festering again, and I’m beginning to ferret out the cause. It’s no one’s fault, just people’s differing habits. It will come to a head soon, but I think I’ll know what to do. In the meantime, we’re off … Continue reading
Posted in Blackberry Winter Band Tour, The Amazing Geriatric Hillbilly U.S. World Tour Tagged Blackberry Winter Band, Bo Brown, Chicago, Dennis Crider, East Coast, folk music, Lincoln Hall, Linda Stoffel, marideth sisco, media, Music, Ozarks, Tedi May, The Amazing Geriatric Hillbilly US World Tour, travel, Van Colbert 2 Comments
The Long Awaited CD is ready!
Finally! After more than a month of wrangling, negotiating, rethinking, redesigning and rudimentary communication foulups, here we are with our new little album. We actually had to place three orders with two different companies to get something in hand – … Continue reading
Posted in Blackberry Winter, Music Tagged Amazing Geriatric Hillbilly US world Tour, Blackberry Winter Band, Bo Brown, CD, CD Baby, Dennis Crider, folk music, hillbilly music, Light in teh attic, Linda Stoffel, marideth sisco, media, Music, Nick Sibley music, Old Time Music Festival, Ozark Music, Ozarks, Steve Peters, Tedi May, Van Colbert, Winter's Bone 2 Comments
The Amazing Geriatric Hillbilly U.S. World Tour
Prologue- There are probably still one or two people here and there who don’t know this story and how it started. There are probably quite a few more that have already heard more than they want to about it. But … Continue reading
Posted in Blackberry Winter Band Tour Tagged Ann Rosellini, Blackberry Winter Band, Blackberry Winter Tour, Bo Brown, Dan Woodrell, Debra Granik, Dennis Crider, folk music, folklore, geriatric musicians, Jonathan Scheuer, Katie Estill, Ken Wagoner, Linda Stoffel, marideth sisco, media, Michael O' Donough, movie stars, Music, music parties, Ozarks, Rick Cochran, rockabilly, Sarah Denton, storytelling, Tedi May, Van Colbert, Winter's Bone, writing, yarns 1 Comment
May 20, 2011, Day One
Wow! For what seemed like so very long, we were going to go on tour one day. Now, very suddenly, it’s that day. Don’t panic, I tell myself. It’s just the weekend thing, a sort-of trial run, up to Columbia, … Continue reading
Posted in Blackberry Winter, Music, Tour Tagged Blackberry Winter, Blue Note, Bo Brown, Columbia, Dennis Crider, entertainment, folk music, Linda Stoffel, low budget movie, marideth sisco, media, Missouri folk culture, mo, Music, national tour, oscar nominations, Ozark culture, Ozarks, Tedi May, travel, Van Colbert, West Plains, Winter's Bone soundtrack 5 Comments
Heading Into the Wild Blue Yonder, or Geriatrics on Tour
My apologies for not posting in a while. Sarah and I have been locked away in a dark room (not really, there are windows) working on the evidently endless details of arranging a nationwide tour for six marginally geriatric hillbilly … Continue reading
Posted in Blackberry Winter, Music, Uncategorized Tagged band tour, Blackberry Winter Band, Bo Brown, Dennis Crider, folk music, Gary Due, Light in the Attic, Linda Stoffel, marideth sisco, media, Ozarks, Roadside Attractions, rockabilly, Sibley music, Tedi May, These Ozark Hills, tour, Vab Colbert, Winter's Bone 5 Comments