Stuff!

Fall Dates are in… Big Fun for sure!

The East End Trio

Sunday 25-Nov-18 Greenport Harbor Brewery – Peconic 3PM-6PM

Saturday 01-Dec-18 – Hotel Indigo – Riverhead – 7-10PM

Sunday 09-Dec-18 – Greenport Harbor Brewery – Peconic 3PM-6PM

Sunday 16-Dec-18 – Raphael Vineyards (Private Event)

for more information visit http://www.theeastendtrio.com

The Truck Stop Gypsies

Sunday 18-Nov-18 Greenport Harbor Brewery – Peconic – 3-6PM

Friday 30-Nov-18 DEKS Restaurant – Rocky Point 9PM-12AM

Sunday 2-Nov-18 Greenport Harbor Brewery – Peconic – 3-6PM

Thursday 6-Dec-18 Christmas Party – Private event.

You can also visit the Truck Stop Gypsies on Facebook or at Reverb Nation

The Farm Recordings – Back on March 31st 2018, I had the pleasure to record at Mick Hargreaves Lantern Sound Recording Rig with both the East End Trio and the Truck Stop Gypsies. This was an opportunity to record live and capture some of the magic of our live performances. Here is the first of the gypsies releases fro these recordings.

Gypsies S18

The Truck Stop Gypsies – Summer 2018

© Miranda Gatewood-5610

The rhythm twins – Doug and Miranda at the gig!

Music Reviews

Another disc I have been really enjoying is Eric Clapton’s The Breeze which is the Tribute CD Clapton did for JJ Cale. Many guests on this CD including Willy Nelson, Tom Petty, Bob Dylan, John Mayer and Mark Knopfler. Jim Keltner does the drumming with Nathan East on the bass. Great grooves, great flow and you will realize what a prolific writer JJ Cale was. Check it out!

Really enjoying the Stones CD Blue and Lonesome. Very organic and these guys can play the blues. Anyone who knows me knows I am a big Charlie fan and Stones fan. On this Cd Charlie does not disappoint. Swingin grooves and great drum sounds. This record was recorded live with no overdubs (the Gone Tribe approach). Charlie makes his kit talk.

Dougbehindthedrums!

The Gone Tribe’s Peace and Love project has been released. Reach me for a copy!
dougbehindthedrums

gt-peace-and-love-copy

0x675-2

IMG_4795

0x675-6 

I picked up the new Paul Simon CD Stranger to Stranger – Cool Cool Cool. Once again Paul Simon takes us on a cultural and rhythmical exploration. All good and I am still wrapping my head around it. I do like albums that challenge you. D

 

Advertisements

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s