Glad to have Alex Ritchie back on lead guitar, and with some sneak peek of our Brezel Tour 2020.
PDF version of the flyer also available (7 Mb).
With a double-feature set on this round, and with an eye to latitude 48.78 North (see this link)
After last Spring’s experience, also this year the Metalliferous Hills Jug Band will go to Germany, returning to the area north of Stuttgart.
We have been invited to take part in the celebrations for the seventieth anniversary of Huober Brezel, the only German produce of organic brezel.
We will be with the Huober brothers on Saturday, July 11.
Meanwhile, we are working on more events to be connected to this geoperformance, or before (considering our departure from Italy on July 9), or after. Where? In Germany or along the way, following one of the routes between Tatti, Southern Tuscany, and Erdmannhausen, 30 kilometers North of Stuttgart.
As usual, the keywords for events which can be related to our tour are music (mostly rock-blues, but not only), relationships between territories, environment, agriculture…and whatever you find presented on jugbandcm.it.
Should you be interested to take part in this project, to support it, or just to follow its developments, please check out our web site for more information, and then write to firstname.lastname@example.org or call +39 331 75 39 228.
An article written for the Asia-Europe Cultural Foundation by Jack O’Malley, setting the Metalliferous Hills Jug Band (i.e.Jug Band Colline Metallifere) in the “arts & technology” stream, and some personal anecdotes.
The article is available here.
Sometime after the end of the show at Enoteca le Volte, Roccatederighi, Tuscany, Feb. 8, 2020
Kudos to Cinzia Ferrari for the video.