So y’all may have noticed that we are not playing with the 98.1 The River Homegrown series at Pritchard Park this Thursday anymore, nor did we appear on the radio last night. We also had to cancel our gig at the Southern Appalachian Brewery.
Will has messed up his picking hand pretty bad by way of some repetitive stress syndrome type issues. He will be out of commission for a bit as he starts physical therapy soon.
We do hope to be back in action this fall…so stay tuned!
We had a great time playing the cocktail hour at TheKnot.com’s Dream Wedding last week. We were honored to be asked to play for such a wonderful event, and were happy we could take part in an event for the deserving couple.
Here’s a newly-released recap video of the event in case you didn’t catch it live online. I don’t know who the music on the video is by, but if you watch at the 2:38 mark, you can catch a glimpse of us playing! Don’t blink.
We are excited to be part of this event! The deserving couple was chosen as part of a spectacular event that has been crowd-sourced by people voting for what goes into the dream wedding — everything from the wedding dress to the flowers.
Posted on: February 10th, 2014 by The Night Trotters
We are pleased to be opening for The Whappers at The Bywater on Saturday, February 22, 2014. The cost is a measly $5, just like those punk shows you used to go to in the 90’s.
As luck would have it, half of the Night Trotters are in The Whappers! We will likely mix it up and do some picking that you will enjoy no matter what you like: bluegrass or loud rock and roll. Come on out!
Posted on: January 26th, 2014 by The Night Trotters
Sometimes, it’s good to have a web developer in your band. OK, really, I can’t think of a time when it is not good to have a web developer in your band.
We decided to spiff this place up a bit, get ourselves a new logo, and make things a bit more visually pleasing around here. We do this because not only do we care for your ears, but we also care for your eyeballs.
The only thing we have left to do is to get some better photographs taken. We hope that will happen as soon as the polar vortex decides to quit harshing on North Carolina (and the rest of the US). Stay tuned!