Simon Says Booking February Newsletter

Thanks to everyone for being so supportive of live music and working with us week after week, month after month, year after year. We truly value the opportunity to work with you.

We are already busily confirming summer festivals, concert series, alongside club dates, ski resort last minute fill in dates, and all sorts of routing from coast to coast.

Some agency news:

Max Creek, on the heels of releasing a live album in 2019, are releasing their first ever acoustic album via Telefunken Elektro Records. Read the story here. We are actively booking summer festival dates and making plans for fall.

The Englishtown Project are seeking April 9, 10, and 12 in the northeast to go with April 11 in Maine at a ski resort. This amazing triple tribute performs the music of the Marshall Tucker Band, New Riders of the Purple Sage, and the Dead and features members of NRPS, the Zen Tricksters, Assembly of Dust, Hot Tuna, and more.

Erin Harpe and the Delta Swingers are cruising all over America ranging from their two piece Country Blues Duo to the full four piece Delta blues band. There will be a new album for the duo this summer. We are booking shows literally everywhere for them. Seeking April 2 and 3 routing toward Buffalo NY.

Thunder and Rain are back and raring to go. Their new album is out and gaining rave reviews. We are touring Colorado and the mountain states for winter and spring, and late June we’re seeking options in the upper midwest (MN, IL, WI, NE, IA, etc.)

The Big Takeover are looking to continue booking spring shows in the northeast, and are seeking out options all over America during this summer.

The Insiders are spreading the music of Tom Petty everywhere they go, and they do it better than anybody. Don’t believe us? Check out the videos on their EPK page.

Texas jam kings, Moses Guest, are booking some rare shows seeking options in Dallas, TX and toward Eureka Springs, AR (seeking options in SW AR, OK, etc.) for July 4th weekend. July 2 and 3 are our targets.

Start Making Sense, America’s #1 Talking Heads tribute band, have busted into the Pollstar Top 75 of all artists on tour in America three times in 2019 and will likely continue that path in 2020. We are almost entirely booked through mid to late June and will be planning out fall shortly.

Swift Technique has a new album dropping and it is amazing. Philadelphia’s funk and soul royalty are showing off at this point, really. We’re booking album release dates, festival performances, and concert series slots for the remainder of the year.

Deadphish Orchestra are crushing shows from their Denver, CO home base.

Muddy Ruckus, Portland’s hard blues duo, are surviving with raw nerve and volume. Routing dates in Texas and throughout the south for Feb and Mar, and northeast routing for the spring.

Bob Marley tribute, Duppy Conquerors, are proving to be the strongest Marley tribute in the northeast. We also have tributes to the Dead, Little Feat, Bob Dylan, the Doors, and more.