*This is an updated post originally published on January 30, 2012
Saskatoon’s favourite band of twang-o-leers The Deep Dark Woods are once again on the road, touring the eastern parts of the US of A in support of their critically acclaimed (and oft-played) album The Place I Left Behind. They’ve been recording their performances and have started posting songs on their on their website as free downloads.
On January 19th, The DDW rolled into Alexandria, Virginia for a show at a venue called The Birchmere. Last week, the band made eight songs from the performance available. Tracks include stand-out tracks from their last three albums as well as a cover of early blues standard “Trouble In Mind.”
Second in the live series is a recording from a show at Union Transfer in Philadelphia, PA on January 25th, featuring a cover of The Grateful Dead’s adaptation of the old Scottish folk tune “Peggy-O.”
The boys have a few more US dates before returning home to prepare for their first trip across the pond, playing a smattering of dates across the UK and one in The Netherlands. See below for the band’s schedule over the next month:
01-31-12 Annapolis, MD @ Ram’s Head On Stage
02-02-12 Wilmington, NC @ Brooklyn Arts Center at St. Andrew’s
02-18-12 Winchester, UK @ The Railway
02-19-12 Brighton, UK @ Sticky Mike’s Frog Bar
02-20-12 Manchester, UK @ The Castle Hotel
02-21-12 London, UK @ The Lexington
02-22-12 Brixton, UK @ The Windmill
02-26-12 Apeldorn, NL @ Gigant
02-28-12 Glasgow, UK @ Captain’s Rest
Stay tuned to CFCR.ca to get the low-down on the next edition of The Deep Dark Woods’ live concert series!