It was a long and snowy winter. The townsfolk were cold, they were hungry, and starving for something to make them happy, to entertain them. And that’s when they found out about 9Tomorrows’s summer schedule.
Starting things off in fine fashion, we are playing Bunker’s May 31st with our friend Tony Wilson who is an incredible spoken word hip-hop artist from New Orleans. This will be a unique show–don’t miss out on a creative experience.
Lots of other shows on the way–we are also in studio! We will keep you updated on things as they come up, hopefully some big news soon!
Atlanta Civic Center
We had never been to Atlanta before, but after last night, it’s been made very clear that we need to return very soon. The Atlanta Civic Center (picture left) is an incredible venue and the crowd swelled when they heard us. It was an amazing show considering we only had 30 minutes to warm up the crowd for both Luciano AND Beres Hammond. Dozens of people asked if we were a local band. All we could say was NOT YET! Much love, ATL.
It’s been a long (and exciting!) month and a half, but the east coast leg of the tour has to come to an end. Tonight is our final show at Jannus Live in St. Petersburg Florida. As Nick, our driver, put it best–we all have mixed emotions about the end of the tour. We are going to play our hearts out and inhale every breath like its our last. We aren’t ready for the tour to end, and we will miss Beres, the Harmony House band, crew, and everyone else involved. Since we started this tour we’ve really grown into a big family. Some of us don’t want to go home, but we all hope to be reunited for a big west coast tour later this year.