Official Pint & a Half Blog

Updates from a musical adventure…

 

Making “Boomtown Ghosts”

We’ve been hard at work writing and recording our new album, “Boomtown Ghosts”, and we can’t wait to share it! We began work on the CD at Howlin’ Dog Recording Studios in December, and we finished up the recording in mid-January.  Since then it has been a whirlwind of mixing, mastering, and preparing the CD […]

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Summertime!!

We’re well into a busy busy summer, with shows all over the region, from Taos, NM, to Lyons, CO, Paonia, CO to Raddle, Illinois.  Memorial Day weekend found us on stage at the Bluegrass on the Arkansas Festival, sharing the bill with great bands like Finnders and Youngberg, Grass It Up, and Run Boy Run. […]

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Happy New Year!

We’re welcoming 2016 by taking a month off from live gigs, and working on a few new things… new songs, new videos, and new techniques. 2015 was such a great year for us!  I had a bunch of songs that I needed to record, so we made the commitment to learn the process.  After several months […]

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Midwest Tour

We’ve been on the road for a couple of weeks, with shows in Illinois and Missouri!  What a great time!  We’ve had some of the best, most engaged audiences, made new fans, met new friends and visited some friends and family.  We’ve also made new contacts that may bring us back to play a music […]

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Western Slope Mini-Tour

Just back from a little mini-tour to the Western Slope of Colorado!  We made some good connections and booked new venues, played an open mic night in Montrose, and played a couple of shows in Paonia during their “Mountain Harvest Festival.”  Great event and beautiful, friendly town!  We hope to get back there next summer! […]

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CD Release Party!

Friday was our CD Release party at Boathouse Cantina in Salida; it was a huge success! That was a ton of fun! Thanks to everyone that came out and packed the house, including all of the out of town folks that just happened to be here, but ended up staying for the music; I think […]

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