July 2012

If you’ve been to our shows recently, you’ve heard our new tune, “Don’t Touch My Stuff.” This is the song we wrote in response to having our van and all of our equipment stolen back in January. If you’re looking for a way to add this to your music collection, “Don’t Touch My Stuff” is now available on iTunes, CDBaby or any of your favorite download sites! The song could make an excellent ring tone for your smart phone. If you were smart enough, you could figure out a way for the song to play whenever an unauthorized person tried to access your computer. Also on iTunes you’ll find Banjos on the Moon and  The Very Best Thing. These 3 songs are only available as digital downloads.
Climb on Board!
There’s a lot of excitement coming up for us in the next couple of months. You may have heard us talking about how much we love the train shows we’ve done in Colorado the past couple of years.  Well that’s coming up again next week. We’ll be leaving Alamosa, CO on a Rio Grande Scenic Line steam train and playing shows in Fir, CO. You might have difficulty finding Fir on a map because you can only get to it by train, hiking, or horseback. This train is the best. Come ride with us and enjoy the scenery and the music. In case you’re concerned, this is a part of CO that is NOT on fire! In August we will be appearing in IDAHO! Finally!! It’s the only state we’ve never been to so we can’t tell you much about the show. But, we are going and we’ll take pictures to prove we were there.
We’re writing this letter on the 3rd of July. By the time you get it, we will be hoping all of you had a safe and happy holiday. Heck, we hope we’ve had a safe and happy holiday. We won’t be lighting any fireworks here in AR. It’s too dang dry!

Troutfully Yours,
Keith and Ezra

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