Happy Love Day, everyone! Remember: The Brass Tax loves you even if we don't care about you in the slightest.
Playing an all acoustic set on The Dave Scott Radio Show at UNH. Tune in for the third hour on WUNH.org
I know we'll be tuning in!
Happy October 1st from all of us here at Brass Tax Inc! Hope you get yourself a nice bumper sandwich, booger lips, knowwutimean?
You guys continue to be awesomely awesome! Thanks to everyone who bought the album at Bull Moose!
Hanging out at a hamburger joint in Ogunquit waiting for the big Nick Perry's Brass Tax / Myopic Mystic show that starts at 10 and we've heard Bob Marley's "Could You Be Loved?" four times in a half hour span. We'll take that as a...good omen?
We already have the movie picked out that will be showing while we play, but here are some of the honorable mentions:
Meet the Feebles
Nothing But Trouble
Hobo with a Shotgun
That song at #12 looks familiar! Check out In Tune with Sarah Willis on Maine Public radio today at noon!
I can't believe it. We were going to wear the same thing during our set!! #nickperrysbrasstax
After nearly a year since our last show it was great to get back on stage last night at Sun Tiki Studios for our CD release show! Thank you to The Bumbling Woohas, Ian Stuart, Jack Slattery, and every single person that came out (and bought some of that sweet, sweet merch)! You can catch us next at the River Jam Fringe Fest in Biddeford on September 14th!
Our team of music fairies have been hard at work sprinkling copies of the new album, "Champions of the Mundane" across Bull Moose shelves. Call your local store and ask for it by name! Or come to our record release party tomorrow night and get it from the source (certified organic)