It’s been awhile since we have played out. We miss you! Our last establishment gig was at The Finnish Bistro the weekend before the governor’s orders to stay home at the end of March. Since then we’ve done a few front lawn gigs raising money for various local charities—Racial Justice Network being one. It’s been lovely to connect with the community in this way although we miss connecting with folks at local establishments. Please follow us on FB or Twitter to learn about lawn or other pop up shows. Music is healing and connects us. Stay connected and safe during this difficult time. Sending love & peace! ~The Falderals (Beck & Andy)
Can’t wait to hit the road and do some shows with my old friend, Barry Osborne. We’ll be doing three days of shows, starting in St. Paul, heading to Madison, and ending in Milwaukee. We’ll have a new CD for sale as well: Love Everything.
The Finnish Bistro in Saint Paul, The Falderals and Barry Osborne, Thursday, April 18, 6:30-8:30pm. Free.
Mother Fool’s Coffeehouse in Madison, The Falderals and Barry Osborne, Friday, April 19, 8-10pm. $8
Riverwest Public House in Milwaukee, The Falderals and Barry Osborne, Saturday, April 20, 8-10pm. Free.
We’re excited to be playing at the Ghost Wagon record release on February 1, 2019, at 8:30 pm. We’ll be doing fun little sets at the lounge stage while the bands set up! Can’t wait. Here’s a link to the Facebook event page to get advanced tickets.
Check out our new song, along with some visuals of our recent travels in Costa Rica. The song “Follow Me” charts new territory for us, with it’s whimsical, child-like feel, pairing a uke and a guitar.
A new song by The Falderals about kid fears and growing up, inspired by and written for Andrew and Rebecca’s daughter, Leola, who also joined in on vocals and helped illustrate the video.
We’re excited to be at Avalon Fest with lots of great bands, including one of my major folk influences, Johnny Hermanson from Storyhill. Music all weekend, and we’re on Sunday, August 28, at 10 am. We’ll also be at MacGroveland Fest in St. Paul, MN on September, 10, 2:00. Finally, a new video! We’ve been talking about doing something visual for our song “Where Do You Go at Night” for two years. One recent kid-free day we challenged ourselves to shoot something in 1 hour. Here’s what happened:
What a great way to kick off summer! Friends & Family, music, food and fabulous weather. Good times. Thanks to all the musicians and the people who listened. Joining The Falderals for this set is Threat of the Banjo members, Jim McGuinn and Deke McCallum.