Tuesday, April 29, 2008

Keep your eyes peeled

Okay, here is a heads-up for anyone out there who likes to see good musicians in concert. Two news items of interest for you here:

Art - Music - Justice Tour Fall 2008First, the Art - Music - Justice Tour, coming in Fall 2008. Featuring artists like Derek Webb, Sandra McCracken, Sara Groves, Brandon Heath, and Charlie Peacock and sponsored by International Justice Mission and Food for the Hungry.

Also, keep a look out for a limited Burlap to Cashmere reunion tour. This from Steven Delopoulos:

It's true! Burlap to Cashmere is working on a mini-reunion tour with all seven original members. Dates are currently being booked, but if you have a serious booking inquiry, please contact David Breen at The Breen Agency/Nashville.
Not to be missed! All of the above artists come highly recommended by Euphrony, so you know I'm looking for tour dates.

P.S. If anyone reading this blog happens to chat with any of the aforementioned artists, could you happen to drop a hint that Houston is a great place for the tour to visit? Thanks.

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Anonymous said...

Last Monday (when I saw Sara play twice), there were cards on the tables announcing that tour for Food for the Hungry. Sounds like a great tour! I'm looking forward to it.

euphrony said...

Well, last Monday (when I sat on my bum all day at work) I didn't know about the IJM / FftH tour.

So, did they let on to any other big news items?

Have you heard any other details about the Burlap to Cashmere tour? Like when they are looking at?

(Knowing my luck with good concerts, these will both come to Houston, probably less than a mile from my house, and I will be out of town on business that day.)

Anonymous said...

No, I didn't hear any more news, except that Sara's next radio single is "It Might Be Hope."

I'm seeing Steven in concert on the 19th, so I'll try to remember to ask him about the Burlap tour then.

euphrony said...

Thanks, Stephen. I knew I could count on you.

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