Dan Stuart and Tom Heyman will be traveling from Maine to Manhattan looking for the little things that stand out and the big things that don't, cozy diners and cheap hotels, pawnshops and record stores, the habitual haunts of musicians everywhere. Come evening they'll tune their guitars and play songs old and new, telling stories gleaned from decades in what was once known as the music business, but what is now simply referred to as "the life"... just like the grifters, gamblers and prostitutes of old. No matter, they say the best things in this world are if not exactly free, then available for pennies on the dollar, just like Stuart and Heyman who will be appearing at the very fine establishments listed below:
June 2: Portland ME, Prism Analog
June 3: Burlington VT, Radio Bean (Jazzfest)
June 4: Albany NY, The Low Beat
June 5: Hudson NY, Spotty Dog Books & Ale
June 6: TBC
June 7: Cambridge MA, Atwood's Tavern
June 8: Wash DC, Hill Country
June 9: Philly PA, Fergie's Pub
June 10: Bordentown NJ, Open Arts PAC (opening for Cracker)
June 11: Manhattan, HiFi
Prism will record the performance live to 1/4" stereo master tape!
Read an interview with Dan Stuart in the Portland Phoenix here.