Thank You!

After spending the last day or so recovering from all of the Album Release madness we are back to work rehearsing and planning for our fall and winter shows.  Thank you to everyone who made this past Friday evening a HUGE success.  It was quite a gratifying experience to see so many familiar faces and share the evening with so many friends.  A special thanks is in order to E-S Guthrie and Dirty Bourbon River Show for sharing the stage with us and for their exceptional performances.  And of course, we are extremely appreciative to the Grey Eagle staff for their support.

You can order a digital copy of our new album or a compact disc complete with the album artwork and lyrics from our website http://www.unclemountain.com.  Also the album is now available on iTunes!

In other news, we are excited to announce our first appearance at the Local 506 in Chapel Hill this coming Wednesday. We will be playing an acoustic set opening for Rayland Baxter – a Nashville-based singer/songwriter –  http://www.local506.com/  Visit their site for more information.  We hope you are all having a wonderful summer and we hope to see you on the road or in Asheville soon!  Be sure to check out the shows on our Facebook page.  More later…

Love,

Uncle Mountain

p.s.  Seriously… thanks again for making our CD release a ridiculously awesomely amazing night.  Seriously!

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One Response to Thank You!

  1. Barb says:

    Thank YOU for giving us all such a wonderful evening! As expected, your show was incredible, probably the best to date. So, so proud of what you all have accomplished.

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