Random News: Last Rites sees release, Scott Miller gear stolen, Fox Hunt lineup changes

Just some quick news here:

  • Last Rites of Ransom Pride, the western starring Kris Kristofferson, Dwight Yoakam, and written by Ray Wylie Hubbard is finally being released…..straight to DVD. I noticed this at the Red Box yesterday as it was shown as an upcoming release. Very excited about this. Look for it next week at Red Boxes nationwide.
  • Scott Miller had a good portion of his gear stolen in Buffalo, NY earlier this week. Here is a blurb from Scott: Thanks for all the support folks, the good news – they didn’t get the guitars, the bad news they got my amp and assorted stomp boxes, cables etc. also got my back pack with all the song notes from this summer of writing for the next record. Check the notes for amp info if you are poking around ebay or Craig’s list. The best news, I’m still touring and the shows have been great. (The amp in question is a Roland AC 90A, serial no. ZW50442)
  • The Fox Hunt announced yesterday that Matt Kline will be leaving the band and Darrin Hacquard and Paul Young will be joining. Tonight’s show in Frostburg, MD is actually Matt’s last show with the band. He will be missed as his songs dominate almost half of the excellent Long Way To Go (Troublemakin’ Woman, Sinner’s Like Me, Get Back Home, Lower Than I Should Be, When The Roll’s Called). I look forward to hearing the new Fox Hunt and whatever Matt decides to do.
  • Just a quick note of some great shows of interest in and around the SW VA area this month:
    • Tim Barry tomorrow (Oct. 2nd) at Highland Dog Park in Roanoke around 4pm or so (dog and kid friendly show)
    • Scott Miller next thursday (Oct. 7th) at Kirk Ave Music Hall in Roanoke
    • Cadillac Sky will be returning to Kirk Ave Music Hall in Roanoke next Friday (Oct. 8th)
    • The Black Twig Pickers will be playing all over the area in support of their newest album Ironto Special. This includes Meadowbrook Library in Shawsville at 10am tomorrow, and at Gillies in Blacksburg tomorrow night (Oct. 2nd), The Cellar in Blacksburg on the 13th, Blacksburg Farmers Market on the 23rd, and Floyd Country Store on the 29th
    • Josh Ritter will be playing a solo acoustic show at Carnegie Hall in Lewisburg, WV next Friday (Oct. 8th)
    • The Avett Brothers will be playing the Roanoke Performing Arts Center on the 22nd
    • The Del McCoury Band will be playing The Jefferson Center in Roanoke on the 28th
    • The New Familiars will also be playing Roanoke on the 28th, at Kirk Ave Music Hall
    • Some upcoming Mountain Stage shows in Charleston, WV of interest:
      • Oct. 10th – The Hold Steady, Joe Pug, Crooked Still
      • Oct. 17th – Alejandro Escovedo, Felice Brothers
      • Oct. 24th – Jenny and Johnny, JJ Grey (and Mofro I’m assuming)
      • Oct. 31st – Carrie Rodriguez, Jimmy Webb
  • bigredspirit

    October 2nd, 2010

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    Speaking of RWH, did you see that amazing boot on DIME from June 26th. It was posted about a week ago. You hear RWH talk about how Last Rites was a great movie until the Hollywood guys fucked it up. He also talks about Jimmy Fallon and the weird dancing and stomping. Lucas’ licks are way better! Also, about 4 new songs are performed.

    As for the sound: absolutely amazing, it beats the freakin’ hell out of that 2000 live album. Here is the link (you’d be crazy not to post an MP3 version here at ATS):
    http://www.dimeadozen.org/torrents-details.php?id=324030

  • Martin Luther Presley

    October 2nd, 2010

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    Oh no, Matt’s leaving? That’s terrible news!

  • Michael Howard

    December 29th, 2010

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    Disc 4
    The Outpost 1972 Live

    Hi Matt-
    Steve Howard was the 3rd cog in the Three Faces wheel after Ray left and is heard on the this album. He is sings lead, harmony and plays acoustic and electric slide. THANKS FOR UPLOADING THIS GREAT CD! Steve is my uncle and I spent the better part of my childhood wearing the grooves off this vinyl and did not have it in digital format until I found this. Went to RR several times as a youth and young adult and was honored to hang out with Rick and Wayne. Both still live in Red River (I think) and doing well. Rick has an album he recorded a few years ago on CDBaby – still a great picker, singer, songwriter. Steve is living in Kansas still playing and painting and Wayne is a preacher with a church in the area. He was featured on a video here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gw6taBMfNn4. Thanks for the info and most importantly, the music. I love hearing this guys and they still hold up after all these years.

  • Appartamenti liguria

    June 22nd, 2013

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    I visited many web pages however the audio feature for audio songs present at this site is in fact wonderful.

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