Five songs off our second album, “Volume 2,” will be featured, one each day, March 22-26 on WGTD-FM. The music will be part of the station’s “Noon Tunes” program as the final segment of the WGTD Midday News and will air around 12:20 p.m. daily. The songs to be played, in no particular order, include: “Come See the World,” “Lovin’ You Every Single Minute (of the Day)”, “Picture of You,” “It Doesn’t Matter” and “Softly Fade Away.” You can tune in over the air to listen to WGTD–if you live in the Kenosha or Racine area, the station is at 91.1 on the FM dial; if you are near Lake Geneva, it’s at 103.3 FM; and if you are in the Elkhorn area, you can find the station at 101.7 FM. You also may listen live online at: www.wgtd.org. Coincidentally, we will be performing in Lake Geneva this Saturday, from 5-9 p.m., at Studio Winery + Geneva Lake Distilling and will be offering a preview of these songs. It’s always pretty cool to hear your songs on the radio. Over the last few years our original music has been featured on four other radio stations. Thanks to WGTD for playing our songs!
We are so glad to put 2020 in our rearview mirror and focus our attention to getting back to performing live music. Rebecca and Tyler have been playing duo gigs from 8 to 11 p.m. on the first Wednesday of each month at Kelly’s Bleachers in Wind Lake. They will be playing there again April 7.
The full band will be getting back together again for a full night of music March 20 and April 10 at Studio Winery in Lake Geneva.
We also have scheduled a date in June for a return to The Barree in Thiensville, where we played last summer.
Some of the outdoor festivals where we have previously played have been canceled again this year do to the COVID-19 virus, but we still have two performance dates set for the Wisconsin State Fair in early August and we’re hoping to release a date soon for a performance at Summerfest, which has been moved to three weekends in September.
We hope that all of our fans are staying healthy and safe as we continue to navigate through the pandemic.