Sunday, January 22 | 7:30pm | WXXI TV
Here it is folks – the broadcast airing of our performance at WXXI OnStage! Check your receivers for channel info.
Spread the word, invite your friends! We’ll be hanging out online too, so post messages on our Facebook event page during the show. Or if you’re on the Twitters, follow the hashtag #bluejwxxi. Our Twitter handle is @bluejimmystuff.
See you on the air!
Our experience at Rochester’s WXXI Public Broadcasting last week was incredible. The production of “OnStage” is first-class, and the production crew were a joy to work with. We can’t wait to see the episode when it airs.
Many thanks go out to all our fans that came out on a cold, wet, Wednesday night, and stayed late through the show and hung around for drinks and laughs in the WXXI reception area afterward. We’re lucky to have such great fans.
Stay tuned for details on the broadcast date as they become available.
We’re really excited to announce that we’re part of the upcoming season of WXXI OnStage! http://wxxi.org/onstage/
Taping for our spot is on Oct. 26 at 9:00pm. Guests are welcome to attend the taping, and can arrive as early as 8:00pm.
If you’re planning on attending, please send an email to email@example.com. We are allowed up to 75 people on our guest list.
We’re part of the big 7-band, 2-day music fest at Frost Ridge Campground in LeRoy on Friday June 10. Headlined by Nashville recording artist Confederate Railroad on Saturday June 11. Lots o’ music + camping = big fun.
Pre-sale special — $15.00 each till May 31st; $20.00 each after May 31st. We will have tickets to sell at each of our shows leading up to the event — so come see us for your tickets!
Frost Ridge Campground
“Two Hands Layin’ on the Wheel” is the backing track of choice for this commemorative video created for Turnbull Manufacturing. It features photos and video taken on their trip to Texas Motor Speedway during the November NASCAR weekend. Enjoy!
A very chilly night… 1 degree, to be exact… was put down by a very warm crowd at The Temple. Quite an eclectic mix of people, I would say, and enthusiastic to say the least! Many thanks to Bob and Mark. Not only do they know how to tell a story, they really know how to make a band feel comfortable. Great accommodations last night, thanks guys.
Over the next few weeks we’ll be sifting through recordings of the last few shows and doing a little writing as well. We’re also starting to book spring and summer events. Thanks again for all of your support, and we’ll see you out and about soon!