Off the road for a couple of months. Thanks to everyone that put us up, sang along, started late night campfires, told us where to get Vitamin P, and strong enough coffee. We can't wait to see you next year.
Booking 2018 while we hibernate. Tell us where you want to see us.
We also are going to be adding some playlists on Spotify through the winter. Follow us and keep up to date:...
Come out for our last Bay Area show of our West Coast tour!!!
Busman's Holiday - (Set time: 10:00 PM)
Lewis and Addison Rogers are brothers who make pop-music together. When they do this, they go by Busman’s Holiday. The two bring a playful and enriching balance to one another. Lewis plays guitar, and Addison plays his modest drum kit.
Busman’s Holiday songs are finely crafted to tell exceptional stories of everyday lives, and they are able to do this with melodies that keep you singing along. Independently, the brothers have played in support of artists both various and sundry.
T.V. Mike And The Scarecrowes - (Set time: 9:00 PM)
T.V. Mike is a song and dance man that was born in the 70’s. That makes a lot of sense when you listen to the cosmic twang stylings of T.V. Mike & the Scarecrowes. These modern day minstrels have been whittling their way through the American landscape for over 10 years, capturing hearts with their original sound. T.V. Mike’s voice brings a weird comfort to the listener with its reedy tone similar to Jerry Garcia or Gram Parsons. Musical influences are aplenty within this record-collecting bunch; their eclectic campfire sound takes you swimming deep in the woods, with their 3rd full length album, Manzanita.
Marjorie Fair - (Set time: 8:00 PM)
American indie rock/shoegaze band founded in New Jersey by musician Evan Slamka and based in Los Angeles.
Red Pony Clock - (Set time: 11:00 PM)
From the sun-kissed shores of San Diego, CA comes Red Pony Clock, an ever-shifting musical collective with a penchant for jubilant horn arrangements, effervescent vocal harmonies, and confessional song-writing. Primarily a recording project based on the songs of Gabe Saucedo , the live Red Pony Clock lineup can oftentimes swell into the the double digits, with members switching back and forth between a wide variety of non-traditional instruments, such as trombone, banjo, accordion, & vibraphone. RPC will pretty much try to work with whatever they can get their hands on. The same goes for their song-writing, which has been known to take from such diverse influences as mariachi, disco, country, jazz, & R&B.
Tour Kick Off//Tour Ender Party...
Join us to celebrate our new album "Manzanita" at the Blockhouse Bar. We have a special guest joining us for their first public performance, Peak Midnight.
Since TVMATS is full of service industry folks, we have deciced to make a service industry night out of the album release.
Service Industry Admission $3 ...
Regluar Admission $8
$10 gets you a cd and admission
Drinks specials and a dance party afterwards.
9/12 INDIANAPOLIS, IN HI-FI Indy
9/13 BLOOMINGTON, IN T.V. Mike & the Scarecrowes @ WFHB Local Live @ Block House Bar...
9/14 FAYETTEVILLE, AR Maxine's Tap Room
9/15 EUREKA SPRINGS, AR Brews
9/16 HOT SPRINGS, AR Maxine's
9/17 LITTLE ROCK, AR House Show
9/18 ST. LOUIS, MO Foam
9/19 IOWA CITY, IA Gabe's Iowa City
9/20 DAVENPORT, IA Triple Crown Whiskey Bar & Raccoon
9/21 MILWAUKEE, WI
9/24 BLOOMINGTON, IN Album Release Blockhouse Bar
9/25 CHICAGO, IL Burlington Bar
9/26 LAFAYETTE, IN People's Brewing Company
9/27 NASHVILLE, TN The 5 Spot
Pre-Order is open for "Manzanita"