Hard Times has been well received over the last year. If you don't have a copy yet, go to the Listen page to sample a few of the cuts and place your order using that fancy Paypal button (all major credit cards will be accepted). Here's a link to a Seattle PI review of Hard Times. Our new CD Nine-Tail Cat is also available there too. If you want to get on the mailing list for important RedDog announcements, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Big night coming up on March 2nd at Kenyon Hall in West Seattle! RedDog is excited to be part of a variety show assembled by Ken Waldman, Alaska's fiddling poet. We'll be appearing with Ken, Squirrel Butter & W.B.Reid & Bonnie Zahnow. Should be a really fun night! It starts a 7:30pm, Sunday Night, March 2nd at Kenyon Hall, 7904 35th Avenue SW, Seattle, WA 98126. For more information check out Ken's website at: http://kenwaldman.com/tour . For tickets and directions go to www.kenyonhall.org .
- RedDog's new CD "Nine-Tail Cat" is finally available for purchase on the site, just go <here to buy (free shipping) or listen to some sample tracks. Recorded last summer at Avast! Studio in Seattle with our favorite engineer, Jonny Mendoza, spinning the dials.
- Our CD "Hard Times" was one of David Fricke's "Fricke's Picks" in Rolling Stone (RS Issue 1096). Read David's review on the Listen page. This CD has very limited distribution so one of the best places to get it is right here on this site.
- Doug has a new web journal devoted to his violin making. Go to www.violinisto.com to keep track of his current projects.
Here's Doug and Cary and their "Court", leading the annual Pumpkin Parade at Ox Bow Farm in the Snohomish Valley, marking the official Oct 1st opening of the pumpkin patch for the year! We had a great time providing music for their annual harvest festival that day plus got to sample some great food!
Here's Cary checking out the Pumpkin Art at the Ox Bow Farm's Harvest Festival.
RedDog at the Columbia Theater, 8/11/11. Photograph by Peter de Lory
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