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March 27, 2014

New Live Dates Added

The management team has been busy booking shows for the Spring and Summer of 2014. First, we’ll be playing at the Sequim VFW, immediately following the 119th annual Irrigation Festival Parade on May 10th. On the 28th, we’ll be heading up north to Everett to play one of our favorite places, the Rockin’ M BBQ.

Tour planning has been going strong, and we have confirmed several dates. We look forward to sharing more on that soon!

(Photo Courtesy: Renee Mizar, Museum & Arts Center in the Sequim-Dungeness Valley)

 
 
February 21, 2014

Announcing the 2014 High Plains Drifter Tour

We’re excited to announce that we will be touring Montana, Wyoming, Idaho, Oregon, and Washington this summer. We will be promoting our new EP, and entertaining the small towns of the upper midwest.

As soon as we have dates booked, we will be adding them to the schedule.

 
 
February 9, 2014

EP Update

The band has put the final touches on the tracks, and final mixing of the project has begun. We will once again be mixing at Cays Productions in Sequim, Washington. Expect to see “High Plains Drifter” available in the spring!

 
 
October 2, 2013

Live This Month!

Are you looking for a good time? Come on down to Soul Food Coffehouse for some down-home country music and dancing on October 24th! The night features “The Mysterious Outlaw” Swedberg Grove on guitar, “The Professional” Johnny Horn on bass, “The Working Man” Brian Marshall on drums, and of course leading the way, Kai James Fuller on vocals. The night will begin with a special guest performance from Johnny Slavick.

It’s Thursday, October 24th, There’s no cover, and it’s open to all ages! Come on down by 7, so you don’t miss a thing!

 
 
July 16, 2013

New EP In the Works

This August, Tin Shed will be recording their first major release in over two years.

Kai James Fuller will be joined by original band member Brian Marshall, veteran musicians Swedberg Grove and Johnny Horn, as well as Nashville studio musician Troy Engle. The 4-track EP will be released digitally, along with vinyl 45 featuring two select tracks.

“We’re shooting for a little Johnny Cash slash Waylon Jennings on this album, but of course it’ll be our own music in the end. People are going to like it.” — Kai James Fuller

(Photo Courtesy: Evolution Studios)

 
 

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