Simon Says Booking September Newsletter


Can it be? Is Summer almost over? Festival season is not over, and Simon Says bands are touring all over the US. We are deeply in the process of booking ski season and schools, festivals, concert series, and club dates from coast to coast. Thank you for working with us!

The Insiders: a Tom Petty Tribute are selling out shows in Michigan and are setting down their stakes in IN, IL, OH, and beyond. We are booking further afield for 2020, email sue@simonsaysbooking.com for routing options.

We are booking a western tour presently for the legends of ska and reggae music, the Skatalites. Currently seeking dates in CA, AZ, NM, CO, UT, TX and OK and LA for available dates from NOV 19 – DEC 15.

Moses Guest

We are happy to announce that once again we are working with Houston, TX band Moses Guest. We have always loved their song writing and execution, just one listen and you’ll love them, too.

Start Making Sense are heavily booking Spring 2020 now, with avails from early March through June and into festival season 2020. Get on board before it is too late.

Muddy Ruckus is touring all over the US in the next year with dates available in the northeast, southeast, Texas and beyond.

Thunder and Rain are fixing to release their new album at the end of 2019 and into early 2020. This amazing band mixes elements of bluegrass, Americana, and country into an irresistible sound.  AND! Their mandolin player just won the Rockygrass mandolin competition, so you know that they are serious pickers!

Rebel Alliance are getting ready to release their own new album and are hoping to hit more shows in the northeast this fall and winter.

The Englishtown Project are expanding ever outward and upward with their amazing tribute to the triple bill from SEP 1977- the Marshall Tucker Band, New Riders of the Purple Sage and the Dead. We’re seeking out options this fall plus seeking out New England dates to go with holds and offers; let us know if you have JAN 17 and FEB 7 available.

BTO

The Big Takeover are constantly releasing new music and after an amazing festival season are hitting dates all over the northeast to end 2019 and into 2020.

Fareed Haque is one of the few musicians who is equally comfortable in jazz, jam, classical and world music. He is on tour right now with Billy Cobham as leader guitar player and is bringing his various ensembles out on the road in 2019 and 2020.

Deadphish Orchestra is ready to take Colorado this winter with their infectious mix of tributes to Phish and the Dead. It’s an easy sell and the band is as tight as can be.

Max Creek are rapping up 2019 with amazing shows and we’re already booking 2020. See why Camp Creek sold out this year after several years of hiatus, and the band has never sounded better, even in this, their 48th year.

The Quins have new music out and this rough and ready rock quartet out of Boston is bringing energy and harmony to their shows.

Duppy Conquerors, a tribute to Bob Marley, are starting to draw great crowds in New England. Their faithful recreation of Marley’s songbook is infectious and an easy sell to audiences.

Hymn For Her

Hymn For Her are out on tour overseas right now and we’re currently booking the rest of 2019 (Florida and the southeast) and then in 2020 all over America.

Deadbeat and Tore Up are great New England tribute bands faithfully recreating the sounds of the Grateful Dead and the Jerry Garcia Band, respectively.

The Alchemystics are the ultimate survivors and we are booking shows this Fall and Winter in the northeast. New music on the way and after a summer of festivals and concert series (Strangecreek, Wormtown, Ziontific, NJPAC, Worcester concerts and more..) they are ready to hit it hard.

Erin Harpe and the Delta Swingers are readying the release of their second holiday album this November on Vizztone records. We are booking release shows to end 2019 and extend into 2020.

Black Masala are coming back from a summer off welcoming a new family member. We are booking VA, DC, DE, MD, WVa and anywhere for fall and winter.