Simon Says Booking September Newsletter


Thanks to everyone out there working with us, from bands to buyers to festivals to publicists to road managers. Thanks to all of you this is the best year at Simon Says Booking, ever. We have bands heading to every corner of the map, and we look forward to hearing from you about your needs.

We are so proud to announce exclusive representation of Golden Colorado’s, Thunder & Rain. This amazing bluegrass band is led by Erinn Peet-Lukes. Their video went crazy viral with over 3 million hits and has brought them attention all over the world.

Freekbass The new video hit over 50k hits in its first week of release across youtube and facebook. Seeking dates including OCT 13 in KY, TN – seeking Southeast plays around FL NYE offer.

Max Creek There is only one weekend left to fill in 2018, and that is DEC 7/8 – seeking out options in the northeast.

Erin Harpe & the Delta Swingers The buzz off of the second release is strong and the merch sales and attendance are illustrating increased interest in the hardest working delta blues dance band out of Boston. Plenty of dates available this Fall including NYE.

Jocelyn & Chris Arndt continue their assault on the charts and the nation’s tour path. Seeking options for the southeast OCT 14-19 range, and northeast dates in general.

The Englishtown Project has launched and is already drawing hundreds of people to their shows. Featuring Michael Falzarano of New Riders of the Purple Sage, Hot Tuna and members of Assembly of Dust, the Zen Tricksters, Dead Center All Stars and more, it’s a great show paying tribute to the Dead, Marshall Tucker Band and NRPS. Booking shows throughout the northeast right now.

Black Masala The new album will hit shortly and we’re seeking to fill dates anywhere in the East throughout Fall.

Swift Technique are still in full swing festival mode and are crushing it. The band is on fire and we’re filling dates throughout the Northeast.

Start Making Sense have a full calendar for the rest of 2018, and March is full after their winter hiatus and we’re filling up April already. Festivals should speak up now for 2019.

rice -an American Band a summer of festival appearances from Strangecreek to Jerry Jam, High Hopes, Wormtown and Ziontific have steamed this team! The new video featuring Emily Jones is an example of the band’s direction.

TreeHouse! is finishing up national tour booking for SEP – OCT now; and we’re booking November northeast shows now, too.

Third World Huge shows all over the world signal that one of the most historic reggae bands of all time is not slowing down any time soon. Seeking out anchor options worldwide.

The Skatalites have rapped up the booking for the November national tour, and we’re seeking out options for 2019 nationwide. Check out this video of the band overseas with special guest, Andrew Tosh, for a take on Simmer Down.