Another Year Over...
Being mine and Dan's bday (Hitmen guitarist) the night was extra, extra yummy. It sorta felt like a birthday for G&TG too since the album was finally "birthed" ya might say. American Hitmen always slay it. We love sharing the stage with them and they're some of the best human beings you'll ever meet. Newcomer's Ghost of a Giant did a stellar job too. I say "newcomers" lightly because all members are seasoned and exceptionally talented musicians. Big shout to our man Randy Beasterfield, who plays guitar, sings and composes in this new band, who also recorded our album. We have mad love for you brother.
The fans came out in droves, mixed with family, old friends and new, they stood wall to wall and rocked us, embraced us, danced with us, laughed and cried with us. Ok maybe I'm the only one who shed a tear but that's due to the sheer overwhelm of love that was present, pouring over all of us. I tend to wear my heart on my sleeve a bit, but wear it I do, openly and proudly. I know I speak for The Gents when I say, it was the best show yet and we're so thankful for all the support, love and inspiration we've received from all of you. YOU know who you are. ;)
The staff at the Ice Haus certainly didn't go unnoticed as they managed the craziness like true pro's. WE SALUTE YOU!
So the album's finally out and you can order by clicking this link at cdbaby.com. It will also be available on iTunes, Spotify and all the other major outlets in about a week too. You can pick up a physical copy from us if you're in the neighborhood, for the next show. We'll be at The Royal ,June 10 for Royal Fest. performing on the after party stage with October Rage and Berlin Breaks. It'll be one of the best rock concerts to catch this summer so get your tix early and don't miss it.
Until then, as always...be well and be kind my friends.