Dave Crossland

Dave Crossland - Susquehanna & Kerrville Festivals, Full-Tilt Boogie

Dear all you good, good people,



Got to tell you about some gigs coming up and a bunch of other things, including the John Stewart Memorial gig I just played in California last weekend.  What an amazing night, personally, musically, and everythingly.



Only thing is that I am at full-tilt boogie trying to keep up this beautiful and insane life, so the non-upcoming-gig stuff is going to have to wait.  Keep your eye on the website in the coming weeks for a tale from the road and a batch of very nifty photos.



In the meantime, here are two festival appearances coming up fast that I'm really looking forward to.



Hope to see you there,



Your Pal Dave





Sat-Sun, May 10-11

Darlington, MD

SUSQUEHANNA MUSIC & ARTS FESTIVAL

2564 Silver Road

http://www.susquehannamusicandartsfestival.com

This a great weekend festival of acoustic music on the banks of the Susquehanna River.  Many of my songwriter friends will also be performing, so I'm looking forward to seeing them, too.  And ain't Maryland just beautiful this time o' year.





Sat, May 24

Kerrville, TX

KERRVILLE FOLK FESTIVAL

Quiet Valley Ranch, 600 Medina Hwy

http://www.kerrville-music.com

Good people we are off to play the Set That Rocks.  Different lineup in the band this time around.  Dave Batti & Dennis Kenmore of the John Stewart Band will be flying in from LA to provide bass & drums, Rich "Rico" Feridun from Amy Speace's Tearjerks will be wielding his electric, and we may have an additional special guest or two...  It's going to be a great weekend no matter how you slice it, featuring Jimmy LaFave, Eliza Gilkyson, The Lost Gonzo Band and more.  See you in Texas~













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