March 2017

Dear Fisherfolk,

If you’ve been to any of our recent shows, or read any of our recent newsletters, you know that Trout is on the cusp of releasing our new album, “The Strangest Times”. We’ve partnered with the  Standing O Project to make our new CD exclusively available for streaming on their website a month early.

If you haven’t visited the Standing “O” Project yet, it’s an amazing community for musicians and music lovers. The site is filled with music, interviews and much more. And, the cool thing is it supports a great public radio program, Art of the Song, and working musicians like us! Be sure to take the VIDEO TOUR first thing! And after you sign up, go to our Featured Artist page to hear The Strangest Times. The actual CDs will be available for purchase at our live shows and on our website starting April 4th 2017.

So far this year, we have traveled coast to coast (New York to California) as both Trout Fishing in America and as Dana Louise and the Glorious Birds. In addition to the busy and far reaching touring schedule, the Idlets are selling their house and moving closer to the Grimwoods. When we’re not on the road, we’re in the process of packing and moving 25 years of accumulated stuff! Right now we all kind of feel like pin balls. There’s a song on our new CD called “A Place to Fall”. The words from that song, “it’s not always gonna be this way, some mountains aren’t so tall” are a constant mantra these days. Whether you’re coming to see Trout or the Glorious Birds, the shows have been great and both bands are chock full of new original material! We hope to see you soon.

Troutfully yours,

Keith and Ezra

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2 Responses to March 2017

  1. Celinda P. Evitt says:

    But what about your treehouse??????

    • Karen says:

      Ezra had to give up the treehouse unfortunately, but he’s building a new house/studio in the woods of Arkansas. A very nice family now owns the land and treehouse.

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