We are excited to announce our 2015 festival lineup! This year we will be at The Old School Weenie Roast #6 at Tripps Farm, Terra Alta, WV, The Sleepy Creek SpringDig, The Downtown Edinboro Arts and Music Fest, Smoked Country Jam, The Great Blue Heron, The Washington County Whiskey Rebellion (with a really cool headliner), and many more. Check our tour schedule for details!!!
This week, we will be at The Kopper Kettle in Washington, PA, Friday the 13th, with Special Guest, Rachel Eddy!! Saturday we head up to Edinboro for a house concert, and Sunday afternoon we will hit The West Brownsville American Legion for a benefit concert for Pastor Doug Quail from Daisytown PA. Doug is great person and is need of a liver tansplant. Tickets are $15 dollars, in addition to JFS, Shannon and The Merger and Knob Road will be providing music….word has it there will be A LOT of spaghetti! This is the best of causes, help us help Doug and his family.
April 1st is the big day that we kick off our tour to California and back in Columbus, OH, at Rambling House Soda Pop! Only 7 weeks away!
Tomorrow night, January 31st we are stoked to make our debut at Mr. Smalls in Pittsburgh, PA with our great friends The Shelf Life String Band and Lone Wolf Club in support of Jayke Orvis. Lone Wolf kicks it off at 8pm, we will hit the stage at around 10. Hope to see you there. Tickets are $12 at the door.
Tonight, we are at Gene’s Beergarden in Morgantown, WV with special guests, Gregg Thurman and Ryan Mullins sitting in from Morgantown’s very own, Whitewater. This promises to be a great evening of off-the-cuff pickin’ and grinin’. We will get rolling around 9pm!
Until then, here is a little throwback to last summer at Smoked Country Jam. Enjoy!
We are excited to make our first trip to Athens, Ohio this Friday night, Jan 23rd, at Casa Nueva benefiting Adyn’s dream with our good friends The Shelf Life String band! Saturday, January 24 we return to Morgantown, WV and 123 Pleasant St. 10pm/$8 at the door!
“blistering guitar riffs and hammer blow fiddle licks blended with sublime vocals and stirring harmonies, this is not a band to be missed or trifled with.”--Adam Gerschwindner of Appalachian Jamwich
"...these songs are performed with incredible precision, vim, and vigor...A name change. A lineup change. A breath of fresh air amongst a genre that could use more unique moments, The Lane Change is an exciting launch..."--Eric George, Pennsylvania Bridges.