Squirrel Nut Zippers – Rescheduled Date w/ Little Cloud
Doors 7PM | Showtime 8PM | All Ages
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We all saw it coming didn’t we? I guess it was truly inevitable in every sense of the word. The Squirrel Nut Zippers will kick off 2020 with a run of dates with The Dirty Dozen Brass Band followed by their contractually obligated The Inevitable 25th Anniversary Shows. Band leader Jimbo Mathus had this to say about the upcoming dates: I got a call this summer from our lawyer Shorty Brown who informed me that in the original contract we signed with Mammoth Records we were contractually obligated to do a 25th anniversary tour for our debut album The Inevitable. That just goes to show you kiddos, always read the fine print. On select headline dates in March and April the band will perform their entire debut album (originally released in 1995) along with a selection of hits near misses and way out songs.
With Support from LITTLE CLOUD
Little Cloud is a ukulele-driven, indie folk-rock band based in Tucson, Arizona. They feature an eclectic range of instruments with the primary highlight being the powerful vocal harmonies of the father-daughter duo, Joshua and Jonica Butcher. Together since 2015, Little Cloud offers up a mix of originals and covers, both with their signature sound that engages the emotions of the crowd in a joyful, poignant, uplifting way. They welcome their listeners as friends and are often described as, “good medicine,” and “the balm at the end of your day.”