The Jauntee have just released dates for an extensive national Summer Tour for 2019 spanning from the West to the East coast. This announcement comes just a mere two days after capping off their Spring run which had them with notable acts such as Jazz Is Phsh, Andy Frasco & The UN and at a number of festivals. This two-leg tour will kick off back in Colorado playing some select shows before taking the band back to familiar territory everywhere from Seattle and Portland, back to their home turf of Boston and all points in between.
The Jauntee have just announced an extensive National Spring Tour for 2019. For fans, anticipation for this has been mounting since their well-reviewed Fall tour where they played alongside Leftover Salmon, Twiddle, New Orleans Suspects and many others for a majority of the two legs. The band has been keeping it close to their new home in Boulder but have been staying busy making mountain town appearances with Kyle Hollingsworth Band and Papadosio along with their Front Range headlining plays.
The Jauntee have announced a release date for their forthcoming album, Always Never Knowing. Over the last few years, the improvisational foursome have grown notorious for being cross-country road warriors on what seems like a never ending tour. In an attempt to mirror that live experience, the band went into the studio last year in their hometown of Boston to record a new album in front of an intimate live audience.
The Jauntee are getting ready to embark on a 30-date nation-wide tour that has the improvisational band on the road through the end of June. They'll be returning to some staple markets, including stops in their former hometowns of Gettysburg and Boston, and a two-night run in Cincinnati. They'll also be making several festival appearances throughout the tour, including their tour kick-off show at TheBigWonderful, Beanstalk, and ARISE.
NYC trio Consider the Source defy easy description. If intergalactic beings of pure energy, after initiation into an order of whirling dervishes, built some kind of pan-dimensional booty-shaking engine, powered by psychedelics and abstract math, it’d probably just sound like a CTS tribute band. Drawing from progressive rock, fusion and jazz, with alien sounds soaked in Indian and Middle Eastern styles, CTS blends disparate parts into a striking, utterly original whole.
The Jauntee have just announced a return to Denver over Labor Day weekend this year. The weekend shows are a part of the band’s annual “A Dick’s Jaunt,” a two-day pre and post event happening around the Phish Dick’s shows. The Friday and Saturday event will take place at On Key Psychedelic Ripple. Sneaky Pete and The Secret Weapons will join the band on Friday for rotating sets and there are still a number of artists to be announced throughout the weekend.
Hot in the middle of an East Coast tour, Boston’s own The Jauntee will be recording their follow up album to Excelsior in an undisclosed studio location in Cambridge next week. The event will take place July 12 and 13 in a secret location and tickets will also include special perks for the night. In order to secure tickets for this in-studio performance and find out more information on this exclusive event, please follow the RSVP link below!