This July, I’ll be showing some gig posters as part of The Art of Rock: Sight and Sound, a music-themed art show at the Chris White Gallery and Shipley Artists Lofts in Wilmington, DE. The show also features art and photography by David Norbut, Dave Mele, Noah Gabriel, Brian Wild and Amber Q.  Facebook event info here.  And if all goes according to plan, there should be a few limited edition, one-off prints of posters that were never printed before, like the infamous Death Cab/ACDC one.

But wait – there’s more! The opening bash is this Friday, July 6th and The Lift Up will be playing live along with This Temper.  All this for the low, low price of free. The show starts at 6pm – bands should go on around 7pm or so.  It’s part of the art loop so it should be a fun night with an old school basement show kind of vibe. Come stay young and invincible.  7th and Shipley Streets in Wilmo.

And speaking of The Lift Up, we’ll be at the World Cafe Live in Philly on Friday the 13th, opening for our friend’s The Big Black Night, who are celebrating the release of their full length disc.  The show also features sets by Hijack and Harper.  And good news for all you old heads – it’s an early show, with the first band at 8pm and The Lift Up playing at 9pm sharp.  Stop by, grab a bite to eat and celebrate the superstition of your choice.

And I know I said this before, but seriously – these two shows will be our last for a few months, as we’re taking a temporary hiatus to write new songs, get our new website up and running and handle some personal business.  We should be back on stage in early fall with plans to hit the studio before the end of the year.  Stay tuned.

More art shows to come as well.