Come out and join Lucero for a free show at the Young Avenue Deli, in Memphis on Tuesday August 19th!
Director, Criag Brewer (Black Snake Moan, and Hustle & flow) will be filming for an upcoming Webisode of $5 Dollar Cover
Here’s the details:
August 19, 2008 – 8:00 PM
Young Avenue Deli
2119 Young Avenue
Memphis, TN 38104-4866
We’re heading home from our 6 week tour and just wanted to thank you all for coming out and making it one of our best tours yet – we had a blast! Be sure to check out Ben’s upcoming solo tour with Chuck Ragan and Tim Barry!
Thanks again everyone!
Check out Lucero on Fuel TV’s “The Daily Habit” next Wednesday, August 6th. “The Daily Habit” airs weeknights at 9:00pm EST (6:00pm PST) while re-airing later in the evening at 12:00am EST (9:00pm PST), and the following weekday at 2:30pm EST (11:30am PST) and 5:30pm EST (2:30pm PST).
The band performs “I Can Get Us Out of Here Tonight” and “Johnny Davis”.
hey everyone, brian here…
we got one day before we head out for six weeks of glorious and if the air in the van ain’t fixed yet, very hot touring!
before we head out though i thought i’d let everyone know what’s been going on so far.
we’ve been in young ave. sound working on some new songs and doing some demos, hopefully we’ll be playing most of them out in the next month or two!
that and it looks like we’re ready to start selling tickets to the 2nd annual lucero family picnic in batesville,ar. on sept.13th,
we got some old friends like cory branan and the good fear and some new friends like justin townes earle and jason isbell and more, it looks like it will be one hell of a day!
henry danger venable’s room is painted and thanks to everyone who sent gifts, we appreiciate it…
the dates for ben’s solo tour in the fall are up and it looks like he’s getting to play with some amazing special guests, i’m a little jealous anyway!
so get ready to drink out and rock up, we can’t wait to see everyone out at the shows…
Out in back of Toronto’s Horseshoe Tavern, Lucero talk about playing quietly, playing loudly, and how drunk divorcees seem to understand them best. Check out the interview here