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Black Jake & The Carnies are proud to announce the release of their third studio effort, “Watching, Waiting”, a 5-song EP released April 23rd that will be followed by a whirlwind 9-day, 10-city tour starting May 31st.
The record has already received some rave reviews:
Black Jake & The Carnies, the Ypsilanti-based Kings of Crabgrass, are proud to announce the release of their third studio effort, “Watching, Waiting.” Recorded in the winter of 2012 at Big Sky Studios in Ann Arbor, MI.
The clean instrumentation and orchestrated vocals take center-stage on this 5-track EP. Traditional gospel tunes get worked up into a frenzy on the first two tracks, dissolving into the locomotive-powered instrumental, “Last Stop.” The record then veers off into more irreverent territory with their Muppets-inspired rendition of an old Red Ingle tune, before finishing off with “A Good Man Knows,” a powerful original played at a blistering pace, featuring some of the band’s most intricate playing to date.
The record has already received some rave reviews:
Happy New Year all! We were thinking we might let you in on what we’ve got cooking for early 2013.
Probably the thing we’re most excited about is our upcoming EP! Work is well under way and we’re set to have it out by this spring. The EP will consist of 5 tracks including “A Good Man Knows,” which we debuted last month on Tree Town Sound. Tuna mentioned something about a podcast, so maybe you’ll be able to get your hands on that sneak peak at some point.
We’re also in the process of booking dates for a south-bound tour this June. We’ve already got a couple dates set including the Appalachian Uprising Festival in Scottown, OH and a gig at the Purple Fiddle in Thomas, WV. We’re still working on potential dates in Tennessee, Kentucky, Virginia, Indiana, and Missouri, so if you or a friend have a great idea of somewhere we should play, let us know either in the comments or on facebook!
We’re trying to keep this short, but we couldn’t let this end without noting the depature of our good friend and mandolin player Zach Pollock (aka Zachariah Sticks, much to his dismay). Zach has moved on to the greener pastures of Chicago and we’re sad to see him go. however, we’re happy to announce the addition of a new carnie, Andy Benes of Back 40. Andy’s been practicing with us for a few months now and we’re excited that he’ll be making his carnie debut at Folk the Police later this month.
This is already longer than I intended it to be, so just take look to the right for our other upcoming shows and friend us on facebook to see what else is going on. Cheers!
We’re hitting the road a bit this month, getting out of our Ypsitucky comfort zone. Right off the bat, we’re headed west to play the fair city of Chicago. Look for us Friday, November 9th, as we take the stage at Township in Logan Square. Headlining the night is local outfit Scott Lucas & the Married Men (featuring Scott Lucas of Local H fame). It’s been a good four years (!) since we’ve played Chicago, so we’re really looking forward to blowing the roof off that sucker.
The culminating glory of our November Reign* is a return to Fort Wayne, IN and one of our favorite venues, The Brass Rail. These shows always seem to get pretty rowdy, and with Old and Dirty and The 220 Breakers joining in the fun, we’d be surprised to find the building still standing once we’re through. Check it out on November 30!
So there you have it! It’s gonna be a great month. One more thing though before we go: We have finally released our Electronic Press Kit, a nice mini-documentary describing us and what we do. It’s got some great footage from our sets at Wheatland and Woodruff’s, plus a bit of an interview with Black Jake. So whenever anyone asks you, “What is Black Jake & the Carnies,” just show ‘em this vid. Cheers!
The stage may still be standing, but we barely are. What a fantastic weekend at Wheatland! Thanks to everyone who danced with us and everyone who jammed with us. Your love and adoration is what it’s really all about. Plus, Milk Products Media got some awesome footage for our upcoming music video, so keep an eye out for that.
We have to keep this quick as we’re currently disguised as mild-mannered newspapermen and exterminators, but mark your calendars for our Halloween show at Founders Brewery on October 27th. Jake’s already planning and plotting, so you best get started on that costume if you hope to keep up.
J.C. and Joe Cooter have already begun their advanced scouting
Also tickets are on sale for our show at The Ark in Ann Arbor on December 21 where we’ll be reuniting with fellow members of the Beaver Island Glee Club, Lac La Belle. It’s gonna be a great night!
From now through June 18th, we will be accepting pre-orders for the limited edition t-shirt featuring the outstanding poster art for our June 29th show with Possessed by Paul James and Delaney Davidson! Our long-time collaborator, the indefatigable Jenny Harley, has drawn up an inspired look at the line-up, depicting the night’s three leading men in full superhero getup, ready to save the world from the horrors of boring music.
It’s time for new adventures! This month we’re headed out towards the Atlantic to make new friends and explore new ground.
First up is the Rodeo Bar in New York City where we’ll be joined by Rhode Island outfit The Denver Boot. After that it’s up to Pawlet, Vermont to try out a little place called The Barn. Then it’s back down to New Paltz, New York for our grand finale at Snug Harbor.
All this will be happening April 12-14 (in case you somehow missed the text next to the well-dressed skateboarder). It’s all new territory for us, so if you know anyone in the area who might enjoy a night of Carnie antics, point ‘em our way.
Just wanted to let you all know about our show at Woodruff’s this Friday. For the fourth year running, we have the honor of playing the birthday shindig for the inimitable Jenny Harley. Jenny’s been a fantastic friend to us, designing some of our best concert posters in addition to doing the layout for the Sundry Mayhems CD.