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Superdrag fan Bomberpunk has decided to do a sequel to the Superdrag tribute project. If you are interested in contributing, you can find all the details by going to Superdrag.com. If you happened to miss out on the first tribute project, you can now download all the tracks by going to Superdrag.net.
A new red van t-shirt has been added to our Merchandise page as well as the Rock Soldier EP.
Also, a couple sets of new photos have been added. You can find them by clicking the thumbnails on the right. If you have some current photos Superdrag, please send them along. We are also looking for people who might have recorded any of the recent shows. If you have or now someone who has, let me know!
If you haven't heard already, there have been numerous rumors about
the future of Superdrag circulating all over the internet the past
week or so. To set the record straight, John has issued a statement.
May 5, 2003
Rock Soldiers Nationwide: It's been quite some time since I've had an
opportunity to sit down and put together a mailer for you--needless
to say, things have been a little hectic around Superdrag World HQ as
of late, and I apologize for the hold-up. There's an awful lot going
on with Superdrag at the moment, and an awful lot of speculation
about what the future may hold for us (on our message board and, from
what I understand, at several other locations online where people may
or may not be completely misinformed about what's taken place.) For
this reason, I want to set the record straight because I care so much
about every single Superdrag fan in the world and I feel you have the
right to know exactly what's going on; the truth and nothing but the
First things first: after four years of dedicated service, Sam Powers
is leaving Superdrag. It's official. I thought it best to let Sam
explain the situation, in his own words. Here's what he had to say:
Dear Friends and Fans of Superdrag,
I've had the pleasure of being in Superdrag for the last four years.
It's been a lot of fun and I've been a lot of places, met a lot of
wonderful people and made a lot of great friends. Thank you! It's
time for me to stay at home. I want to spend more time with my wife
and family. I'm still gonna make music, but for now I'm concentrating
on how nice it is being at home. I wish continued success to
Superdrag and to John, Don and Mike individually. I care for them all
dearly and will miss playing in Superdrag. Thanks to you all for your
support and understanding.
Those of you who know Sam know that in addition to being a musical
force to be reckoned with, he's one hell of a nice guy, one hell of a
hard-working guy, and is absolutely a pleasure to be around. Those of
you who know the rest of us know that he will be sorely missed. Right
here and now, I'd like to take this opportunity to thank Mr. Sam
Powers and to wish him nothing but success and happiness in anything
he cares to pursue. I know that Rock Soldiers everywhere are with me
in doing so. I have been and will continue to be Sam's #1 fan (well,
besides Laura that is!) That being said, there are two (as yet
tentative) dates currently in the works for late June down here in
Tennessee, Nashville and Knoxville to be exact, which we plan to
record and film for release on DVD sometime this year. Sam has agreed
to do them. So, if you're willing and able to make a road trip
(Tennessee's really beautiful this time of year) these gigs are not
to be missed. Naturally, we'll furnish you with up-to-the-minute
information about them as it becomes available.
In light of the current situation, and all the extenuating
circumstances surrounding it, Superdrag will be taking a much-needed
break from touring, the length of which is indeterminate at this
time. Fans of Superdrag are already well aware of our commitment to
the road, and what it amounts to is the four of us spending an
average of 8-9 months out of the year away from home. That's been
more or less an ongoing thing for the past eight years. We need time
to get our personal lives in order. We need time to spend with our
wives and families. I can't speak for the other guys, but personally,
I need some time to live a life that's not completely consumed with
Rock'N'Roll for a change. I can't really find any better words to
explain the way I feel. I think we're all pretty burned out right
now, physically and emotionally, and for our health's sake we're
going to have to take a step back and regroup. There's no law that
says Superdrag can't make a new record, but I'm telling you it's not
gonna happen next month, or the month after that, or the month after
I want to make absolutely clear how much we appreciate our fans;
casual fans, diehard fans, each and every person who ever bought a
CD, a concert ticket, or a T-shirt. You make Superdrag what it is,
you always have, and without you Superdrag would be meaningless. I
never dreamt that people across the country, much less people around
the world, would be listening to our music when we started screwing
around in our basement ten years ago. I never dreamt that people
would claim these songs as their own, take them to heart, and relate
to them on as many levels as so many of you have. On behalf of myself
and the group, I want to thank you for that.
As a means of expressing our heartfelt appreciation, and
commemorating our 10th Anniversary as Superdrag, we have a couple of
projects in the works, for fans only, that you might find
interesting. Over the years, we seem to have encountered a
significant demand for some kind of retrospective, all-inclusive, CD-
quality release that compiles all of our demos, unreleased songs, 4-
track and 8-track rarities, alternate versions, the whole kitchen
sink basically, into one package. So, by popular demand, we're in the
process of doing just that. I can't get specific about track listing,
etc., but let's just say that all those things you might've found on
MP3 but were only able to get 45 seconds of, all those things you
might've gotten off of some worn-out cassette that's been dubbed five
times, all those things that you found listed under the "Head Trip"
CD tray and wondered if they even existed, plus a whole lot more, are
gonna be presented in the best quality possible, taken from their
original sources, digitally mastered and blah blah blah, in the
most "Pro" fashion we know how. We hope to be able to make this
available through superdrag.com before the end of the year.
As a sort of companion piece to this compilation (or vice versa),
there is an official Superdrag book in the works! Can you believe it?
We actually convinced a publishing company that this would be a good
thing to do. (ha) The book will include tons of quotes from all kinds
of different Superdrag-related people (think "Please Kill Me", but
with more pictures and a less ironic sense of humor), all kinds of
never-before-published photos (hmm--that could be a good thing or a
bad thing), fliers, handwritten lyrics, string charts, journal
entries, grocery lists, you name it. First and foremost, it will lay
out the entire Superdrag story, told by the people who lived it,
lived next to it, or were otherwise within earshot. I'm looking
forward to reading that myself.
Work continues on Mike Harrison's astounding new solo
record, "Pallbearer's Shoes." I've heard the roughs, and let me tell
you, this record's gonna "knock your hat in a creek" as the saying
goes. You could consider it a follow-up to "Don't Bail" or the
natural successor to The Faults' "The Faults", but in truth it's
neither. In alot of ways, it's unlike anything Mike's done before.
Featuring performances by Doug Gillard (Guided By Voices), Scott
Miller (V-Roys, Scott Miller & The Commonwealth), Todd Steed (Smokin'
Dave & The Premo Dopes, Opposable Thumbs, Apelife), Paxton Sellers (V-
Roys, Faults), Stewart Pack (1-900$, Pegclimber, Paperbacks), and his
homeboys from Superdrag, Mike's new thing is produced by none other
than Mr. Don Coffey Jr. Keep your eyes peeled for more information
about the impending release of this stupendous album.
Looks like I might end up doing a solo record of my own before too
long. It's all hypothetical at this point, but I'm in the process of
trying to write some material that reflects where I'm at spiritually
and philosophically these days. It's quite a different place to be
than what it used to be, and I want to make a record that puts that
across in no uncertain terms. I've got a notion to try some things
that are radically different than what Superdrag's been doing, and
I'm prepared to take full responsibility for it, for better or worse,
so I'm only gonna put my name on it! Over all, it'll probably be a
little bit mellower than what you're used to hearing from me, and I
think that's allright. I'll let you know more as soon as I get it
"Shameless Self-Destruction", the long-awaited full-length "debut"
record from The Used (or should I say The Used-To-Be, in accordance
with U.S. Copyright Laws) will be available sometime this summer from
your friends over at Wrecked 'Em Records. There seems to be some
confusion about this issue (the Knoxville 1991-1993 Used vs. the Utah-
based, Kelli Osbourne-dating Used), but The Used was a pre-Superdrag,
full-tilt Punk Rock band that featured Tom Pappas on guitar and
vocals, Brandon Fisher on guitar, Chris Hargrove on bass, and some
clown named Johnny Flame behind the drums. They got together back in
January of 2002 to re-record some of their "classic" tunes at Stealth
Studio in Knoxville with Don Coffey Jr behind the desk. Believe me,
the results speak for themselves, and the proof's in the pudding.
Ever been hit in the face repeatedly with a blunt object? This record
is more or less the audio equivalent of a severe beating. Mixing's
almost complete, and you can order your copy direct from wrecked-
em.com as soon as it becomes available. And while you're over there,
click on Flesh Vehicle's "Double EP" if you haven't already. Check
out the latest from "Senator" Tom Pappas!!
Well folks, that's all the news that's fit to print. My eyes are
starting to cross, so I'm gonna have to step away from the computer.
(ha) I hope this brings us up to date on all things Superdrag,
answers any questions you might've had, and generally puts any undue
speculation to rest. Hats off to Sam Powers for kicking so much ass,
onstage and off, for the past four years--it's been a pleasure
working with you, Sammy. And hats off to Rock Soldiers everywhere for
supporting Superdrag, for your undying loyalty, and for fighting the
John Davis & Superdrag
All of this will be on the website sometime later today. Feel free to
stop by the Superdrag.com message board to talk.
Since Superdrag will be taking an exteneded break, and all members
(former and current) are now working on other projects, the news at
Superdrag.com will be changing as well. Not only will we be covering
Superdrag, we will be covering CD releases and shows by Mic Harrison,
Flesh Vehicle, The Used (to-be), Sam Powers umnamed project, and John
Davis' solo project. With that said, let's get to some news!
This Sunday, Mic Harrison will be playing a solo show with Scott
Miller at Patrick Sullivan's in Knoxville, TN. The show is part of
100 The River's Americana Cafe. Mic is currently finishing up a new
CD, and will be previewing lots of new songs at the show. Showtime
8PM EST. If you cannot make the show, it will be broadcast live at
The River's website (www.100theriver.com).
Tom Pappas' Flesh Vehicle. Will be hitting the road soon. For more
info, Check out our Tour Dates section (www.superdrag.com/tour).
Don Coffey is currently working on a new record for The Put-Outs. You
might remember them as openers on the Superdrag tour in early 2001.
No word on when the CD will be finsihed, but I hope it's soon!
Superdrag has finalized details for one of the two upcoming Tennessee
shows! Superdrag will be playing in Nashville on June 21 at Exit In.
The Knoxville show is still being worked out. It should be on June 20
at Blue Cats. More info on that when everything is final.
Tickets for the Nashville show are now on sale at TicketMaster. The
Put-Out's, from Baltimore, will open both shows!
If you are interested in coming to the shows, and live out of town,
be sure to look at the Message Board. Several people there are
looking for or offering rides from all over.
The Knoxville show is now confirmed! Superdrag will be playing Blue
Cats in Knoxville on June 20th. Tickets for the show should be on
sale sometime tomorrow morning through Tickets.com.
Jason Kochis has once again made some amazing flyers for the two
upcoming shows. You can download both of them by visiting the
TeamSuperdrag page! If you live in or around Knoxville or Nashville,
be sure to hang a few up to let others know about the shows!
RockingVan.com has posted a couple of videos from The Mic Harrison /
Scott Miller show last Sunday.
Flesh Vehicle has posted an mp3i (mp3 interactive) for "Steal Your
Keys and Crash Your Car" at mpinteractive.com. Be sure to download
the plug in if you want to see what the interactive part is all about.
Flesh Vhicle is scheduled to play Memphis, TN next weekend, and
Superdrag's John Davis will be sitting in on bass for the night. The
show is scheduled for June 14 at the HiTone Cafe. More info can be
found on the tour dates page.
Fo those of you still thinking about buying tickets to the Superdrag
Nashville show, you might want to purchase them online at Music
Today. The service fees there are quite a bit lower!
The long awaited Shameless Self Destruction CD by the Used is being
finished this weekend for a late summer release. To refresh your
memories, The USED (now officially the Used to Be) was a pre-Supedrag
band formed in 1993. The band featured Tom Pappas (Flesh Vehicle) on
vocals and guitar, Barndon Fisher (ex-Superdrag) on guitar, John
Davis (Superdrag) on drums, and Chris Hargrove on bass). The Don
Coffey Jr. produced CD will be put out on Wrecked-Em Wreckords.
Hopefully a few shows will be played after the CD is released.
Andy from RockingVan.com and TeamSuperdrag is creating a fan
scrapbook for Superdrag's 10th Anniversary. In order to do this, Andy
is looking for submissions from you guys, the fans! Deadline for
submissions is July 15th. Check out either site for more info!
Superdrag played to a packed house last night in Knoxville! The show
started just after 11:30, and wrapped up shortly before 2:00AM! It
was one for the record books for sure! Brandon Fisher (ex-Superdrag
guitarist) joined the band on stage for the encore. A great show! And
you know what? They are doing it all again tonight at the Exit In
tonight!! If you live anywhere close (or even not so close) try and
get there! It may be the last time to see Superdrag in a long long
time! I promise it will be worth it!
On another note, Don Coffey is booking studio time at Studio 613 for
the months of September and October. Anyone wishing to contact Don,
can email him at Studio613inc@....
That's it! Hope the see everyone at the show tonight!! Look for the
guy in the AtomicPope.com shirt!
WOW! What a great weekend for Superdrag fans all over the country!!
Several fans made the trip to see at least one the last two Superdrag
shows of 2003 in Knoxville and Nashville, TN. For those of you that
couldn't make the trip, here is a brief rundown of what went on!
The Knoxville show was a 29 song, two and a half hour marathon,
capped off with Brandon Fisher joining the guys onstage for the
encore! How can you top that? By going to Nashville!
The Nashville show was a three hour marathon that included John at a
piano performing Unprepared for the very first time as well as a new
song he has been working on. The show wrapped up in the early morning
hours with Tom Pappas joining the band onstage for the encore! What a
fantastic weekend for Superdrag fans!
Andy from RockingVan.com filmed both shows and has posted a clip of
Nashville's encore over at Tom Pappas' FleshVehicle.com
Sam and John have visted the Superdrag Message Board and posted a
thank you note to all the fans that attended the shows over the
I have gotten a few photos from fans of the last 2 shows. I am
working on posting them. If you have any you would like to share,
please contact me. I am also looking for any live recordings on audio
or video that were made on either night.
and what an update it is!!
Superdrag.com has been updated with LOADS of news. If you don't
believe it, check it out for yourself!
You will not be disappointed!!
Several people have been asking for more info on the upcoming Boston
show, and everything surrounding it. In order to clear up a few
things, here's some addtional info:
BUY TICKETS IN ADVANCE!! We cannot stress this enough! The club holds
650, but the Nemo Music Conference has 100 pass for members. The last
time Superdrag played in Boston, 350+ people attended the show. The
tickets should now be available at www.nextticketing.com.
Filming of the show will be done by Subversion Media. It will be a
five camera shoot. If you should be around them while filming is
going on, be nice to them!
Instant Live CDs will be available at the end of the show. You can
pay for the CD before the show or after. You will get the CDs within
minutes of the show's conclusion. Cash and credit cards will be
accepted. If you are wondering how to get one of these CDs, but
cannot make it to Boston to see the show, don't fret, Superdrag.com
will have them on sale a week or so after the show!
For those of you in the Boston area that want to help promote the
show, Jason Kochis has once again created a nifty flyer to post
around town. Jason also has limited edition numbered prints of the
last Knoxville and Nashville flyers. These flyers are printed on a
cotton/felt material, and are beautiful! You can find more info on
these flyers by going to Superdrag.com
The Instant Live CDs from The Paradise In Boston, MA are now
available at Superdrag.com! I also posted a link to some photos from
the show. enjoy!
Sam Powers will be the bass player for Guided By Voices on their
upcoming tour of Europe.
Don and Mic will be playing a show in Knoxville this week with
friends Tim and Susan Bauer Lee.
John has a cover story in Knoxville, Tennessee's Metropulse. you can
read it on line at www.metropulse.com
Mic Harrsion is playing 2 shows in January. Check out the tour dates
at superdrag.com for the details.
More news coming soon!
January 29, 2004
This just in: Superdrag's "Punk Rock Predecessors" The Used To Be
have confirmed four Tennessee show dates in support of their
Wrecked 'Em Wreckords release, "Shameless Self-Destruction." For
lack of a better term, we'll refer to it here and hereafter as the
SHAMELESS SELF-DESTRUCTION STATE TOUR 2004. The particulars are as
Friday, February 27
Patrick Sullivan's (100 N. Central)
w/ Actress & The Pink Sexies
21 & Over
Saturday, February 28
Lamar's (1020 M.L. King Blvd.)
w/ Actress & The Pink Sexies
Friday, March 26
Exit/In (2208 Elliston Place)
w/ Slack & The Clutters
Saturday, March 27
Hi-Tone (1913 Poplar Ave.)
w/ Sub-Teens & The Clutters
* Sub-Teens headline--show up early!
FEB 11 2004
Hello All: Just a quick shout-out from Superdrag World Headquarters
to wish you a Happy Valentine's Day and bring you up to speed on a
couple of newsworthy events.
THE USED TO BE NASHVILLE DATE HAS BEEN RESCHEDULED. The Exit/In show
WILL NOT be taking place on Friday, March 26 as originally planned.
The show has been pushed back to SATURDAY, APRIL 24. That's THE USED
TO BE w/ SLACK & THE CLUTTERS, SATURDAY, APRIL 24 @ EXIT/IN,
NASHVILLE, TN. The other three stops on the "Shameless Self-
Destruction State Tour 2004" are as follows:
Friday, February 27 Knoxville, TN
w/ Actress & The Pink Sexies
Saturday, February 28 Chattanooga, TN
w/ Actress & The Pink Sexies
Saturday, March 27
Memphis, TN Hi-Tone
w/ Sub-Teens & The Clutters
Jason Kochis designed flyers for these show can be found at
In other news, Mike Harrison and Don Coffey Jr made a whirlwind trip
through Nashville yesterday to oversee the mastering of "Pallbearer's
Shoes", Mike's phenomenal new album. We're pleased to announce
several newly-confirmed tour dates for Mike and his band, which
includes members of Knoxville's The High Score and Mr. Don Coffey Jr.
himself on the drums. Don't miss out on these great opportunities to
check out Mike's new jams live and in person!
Thursday, March 18 Johnson City, TN
w/Todd Steed & The Suns Of Sphere
Friday, March 19 Baltimore, MD
Mojo Room & Lounge
Saturday, March 20 Fredrick, MD
Thursday, March 25 Atlanta, GA
Smith's Old Bar
Friday, March 26 Birmingham, AL
Saturday, March 27 Gainesville, FL
Market Street Pub
I have it on good authority, from an extremely reliable source, that
Mr. Sam Powers has been hard at work on his forthcoming solo project
in an East Nashville recording studio. Bad puns notwithstanding, "I
Can't Wait" to hear it! Ouch.... Can't speculate much beyond that,
but I can tell you that the handful of numbers I've been privledged
enough to hear are tremendous.
I myself have been continuing to write and record new material for my
first "solo" effort. At press time, I have 13 new songs, and I'm well
on the way to finding a home for them. I plan on being in the studio
to cut my record by late Spring/early Summer '04.
Work continues in earnest on this would-be Superdrag Rarities Box. I
can tell you little or nothing about when, where, and how this bad
boy will become available at the present, but I will say that we've
managed to unearth a ridiculous amount of music, alot of which Don
and myself didn't even know we had!! It will be an absolute must-have
for the die-hard Superdrag fan. We will keep you informed as things
That's about all I've got for now; thanks for your time and
attention, and as always, thanks for choosing Superdrag.
John will be making an appearance at this year's SXSW Festival on
March 18 backing Allison Moorer. The show takes place at midnight at
Coyote Ugly. John also will be appearing on Allison's upcoming
album "The Duel" which will be available on Sugar Hill Records on
April 13. More news on that later.
Mic Harrsion's will be hitting the road soon. For more info on when
and where, check the tour dates page
If you missed the two recent shows from the Used to Be, you still
have 2 more chances in the coming months. The dates are now listed on
the tour dates page as well.
FleshVehicle.com has a vide of The Used to Be on the website. Go look
at it now!
I just got confirmation that John will be playing a few more dates
with Allison Moorer the for the next month. Cities include Raleigh
(this Saturday!), Nashville, Amsterdam, and London! check out the
Superdrag.com tour dates page for more info!
If you haven't visited Superdrag.com recently, you may want to stop by
and see what's going on. Although the band is on hiatus, the guys are
solidly producing high-quality individual work. Check out the mp3s
and mpegs. View the "return" of the discography.
Don Coffey, Jr. is currently featured in Tape Op Magazine. John
Davis' solo EP is now available online. The album version of one of
his songs is available at EbFlow.com.
Be sure to check out the tour dates to find out when John Davis and
Mic Harrison are going to be in your area this December!
Keep the rock rollin',
: andy :
Sorry this is short notice, but I got word that Mic Harrison will be
on WFPK 91.9FM in Louisville, KY this afternoon at 3pm. Rumor has it
they will be performing 4 or 5 V-Roys songs (including "Cold Beer
Hello"). I'm not entirely sure, but supposedly you can listen to it
online at www.WFPK.org.
Also, John Davis is now an endorser of Black Diamond Strings.
: andy :
Mic Harrison played and recorded an in-store show on December 8th in
Greenville, SC. So tomorrow afternoon (Friday Dec. 10 at 2pm ET), the
show will be streaming online over at http://www.wncw.org
Don't forget to check the Superdrag.com tour page to find out when Mic
and John will be in an area near you this month. Be sure to hit
John's merch booth and check out the new shirts and buttons!
: andy :
Happy New Year to everyone! The following is big news from Sam Powers
that will be a surprise to most. He wanted to personally pass the
news along to Superdrag fans everywhere:
Quinn Alexander Powers was born on December 26th, 2004 weighing 9lbs
9oz and measuring 20 3/4" long. We're all doing well and are so excited
we wanted to share our good news with everyone.
Sam, Laura & Quinn Powers
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You can stop by www.Superdrag.com to see a pic of Quinn. Congrats to
Sam and Laura (and Quinn)!
: andy :
The following has been provided courtesy of the Davis's:
Wendy and John are overjoyed to announce the birth of their son, Paul
Isaac Davis, on Thursday, January 20 at 5:56 A.M. Paul weighed 6 lbs.
4 ozs. and measured 19" in length. He shares his birthday with David
Lynch and Leadbelly. Mama and baby are doing well, and Daddy is very,
John, Wendy & Paul Davis
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Stop by www.superdrag.com to check out a photo of young Paul.
Also, check out the latest issue of BLENDER (March 2005) for a review
of John's upcoming album (out March 8th).
If you haven't heard it yet, stop by www.superdrag.com to listen to an
audio review of John's album from NPR.
: andy :
Check out all of the latest tourdates! There are some new showdates
for March that will feature both John Davis and Mic Harrison together!
Don't miss 'em!
John will be playing a few instore performances as well.
John's new solo album will be out March 8th! Pre-order the album
today by visiting the new and improved www.JohnDavisMusic.com! The
new site is loaded with lots of internet goodies!
: andy :
. webmaster .
Greetings from Tennessee!
As you know, the long-awaited John Davis solo album is now in
stores. John has a large handful of tour dates for this March and
April that you may want to check out, too!
Now posted are pics from Friday night's show at Bluecats in
Also posted is a video from the in-store appearance at The Disc
Exchange, featuring the song "Stained Glass Window".
And if you haven't already checked it out, there's a video of
Superdrag performing "Saving the Widow" from the acoustic instore
that the guys did at Amoeba Records back in 2002. That video has a
home at www.MicHarrison.com (since Mic wrote that tune). Mic has a
number of tour dates for March and April, too, so be sure to check
We hope you're ready for spring and hope you can make it out to see
a show near you!
: andy :
Hello all! Stop by Superdrag.com to see what's new!
John Davis has been touring over the past few months and has pics
from the road that he'd like to share with you. Stop by
www.Superdrag.com to check out the photos.
MAGNET magazine featured an wonderful interview with John recently.
The sampler CD in the new issue of PASTE magazine features "Me & My
There's a contest to win a very cool advance CD featuring members of
The V-Roys and Superdrag. Check out how to get a free copy!
There's some cool info on a show put together by the infamous Derek
& Rob on April 22nd as well as a festival that Don Coffey, Jr. is
putting together on June 2nd.
And as always, check out the tour page so you don't miss any cool
shows that will be happening near you.
: andy :
In case you missed it, John had a video spotlight on today's episode
of "The 700 Club." (Yep, THAT 700 Club!)
In case you missed it, you can still watch the show and video feature
by following the link on the NEWS page of Superdrag.com.
John's story and interview occurs at about the 30-minute mark. CBN
changes those videos after every episode, so be sure to check it out
before it changes.
: andy :
Be sure to check out John Davis' and Mic Harrison's remaining tour
dates for July and the upcoming dates for August! Below are the
dates for July:
July 13 - Nashville, TN - Exit/In
July 15 - Atlanta, GA - Trinity Vineyard
July 14 - Bristol, TN - The Vineyard
July 15 - Saltville, VA - Saltfest 2005
July 20 - Kingsport, TN - Fun Fest
July 30 - Nashville, TN - Exit/In
More news coming soon!
: andy :
There's an EP release show for the Astronaut Pushers on Friday, July
29th at The Basement in Nashville. For those who don't know, the
Pushers include John Davis (Superdrag), Sam Ashworth, and Matt
Slocum (Sixpence None The Richer).
John is already 4 songs deep into his second album. He has even
recorded a demo of the song "I Need Someone" with Astronaut Pushers.
If you saw John on the last tour, then you may remember hearing that
John has also recorded a song "Jesus Is Real (God Is Alive)" for the
Tooth & Nail Records Christmas album Happy Christmas.
Also, last month Don Coffey, Jr. (Indy Recorders) was on the cover
of Metropulse for his trememndous efforts with Hott Fest. You can
find a link to the article on Superdrag.com.
Be sure to check out the TOUR dates as well to see if John Davis or
Mic Harrison are gonna be at a venue near you.
: andy :
Your Friendly Neighborhood Webmaster
There are still a few Mic Harrison tour dates coming up this month,
and a lot of new John Davis tour dates scheduled as well. Be sure
to catch a show in your area! Here's a brief list for September:
Sept. 9 : Dallas, TX -- The Door
Sept. 11 : Fayetteville, AR -- The Music Hall
Sept. 13 : Little Rock, AR -- Vino's
Sept. 14 : Chattanooga, TN -- The Fathom
Sept. 15 : Jacksonville, FL -- Murray Hill Theater
Sept. 18 : Atlanta, GA -- Atlanta Vineyard
Sept. 23 : Naperville, IL -- North Central College
Sept. 24 : Leonard, MI -- Salvation Army, Camp Echo Grove
Sept. 25 : Asheville, NC -- Covenant Community Church
Sept. 28 : Huntington, WV -- HYAMP
Sept. 29 : Annapolis, MD -- Riva Baptist Church
Sept. 7 : Memphis, TN -- Hi-Tone Cafe
Sept. 9 : Knoxville, TN -- Blue Cats Live
Sept. 30 : Cincinnati, OH -- Northside Tavern
John has taken quite a number of photos while he was overseas. You
can check them out in the Images section of Superdrag.com!
In a recent article, Superdrag has a very nice mention by Chris
Shiflett (of Foo Fighters and Jackson United fame). You can check
out the link to that article off the Superdrag.com News page.
Keep the rock rolling,
: andy :
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