Jason excited about his new pedal.
We’re gearing up for next month. Writing some tunes. #surfsup #new #wheredabridgeat
Here’s our video of ‘Riverbed’. Animated by our friend Shelby Hohl.
2/23 - Houston, TX - The Continental Club
2/27 - Downey,CA - Downey Civic Theatre *
3/01 - Kahului, HI - Maui Arts & Cultural Center *
3/02 - Honolulu, HI - The Waterfront *
3/03 - Lihue, HI - Kilohana Plantation *
3/05 - Carmel By The Sea, CA - Sunset Cultural Center *
3/07 - Denton, TX - 35 Denton Festival
3/08 - Shreveport, LA - Bears
* w/ Los Lonely Boys
Man we was hard pressed. Can’t drive faster than 63mph. Fifteen hundred revolutions per minute. We’re on a buxdget.
“Using appropriated imagery, I explore the manipulation of memory and the role that it plays in shaping both public and personal histories. Driven by an interest in working with images as found objects I use an ever-growing archive of collected source material to describe social, political, and historical landscapes. It is within these landscapes that I address themes of social conflict, monument, and empire. I am influenced by film, architecture, religious iconography and the history of photography. I search to create a place where past, present, and future intersect.” - Josh Alan. Learn more about this artist here.
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