posts tagged "wolfs"

My old pal from Cleveland, Adam Klopp and friends (BAT MANORS) cover “Leading Me Back to You” a song by Maryn Jones, which my former band, WOLFS, also played.

BEAUTIFUL COVER.

This photo is from when I was on a tour of the Midwest with my band WOLFS.  The dog is named Misschief.  The town is Grand Rapids.  Taken by John Hanson.
ALSO.
I now live in BLOOMINGTON, INDIANA.  Which means I have a new address.  Message me to get it, or send an email to richardwehrenbergjr@gmail.com to get in touch as well.  I would love to send and receive mail with you!

This photo is from when I was on a tour of the Midwest with my band WOLFS.  The dog is named Misschief.  The town is Grand Rapids.  Taken by John Hanson.

ALSO.

I now live in BLOOMINGTON, INDIANA.  Which means I have a new address.  Message me to get it, or send an email to richardwehrenbergjr@gmail.com to get in touch as well.  I would love to send and receive mail with you!

WOLFS, a band I am in with Amanda Bartley and Maryn Jones, recently went on a Midwestern tour, and released this tape in conjunction with it. 
You can click through the cassette art above to download the six songs for free (zip file). 
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At my other blog, notes I took while on WOLFS tour.
Howl, baby.

WOLFS, a band I am in with Amanda Bartley and Maryn Jones, recently went on a Midwestern tour, and released this tape in conjunction with it. 

You can click through the cassette art above to download the six songs for free (zip file). 

ALSO.

At my other blog, notes I took while on WOLFS tour.

Howl, baby.

WOLFS, a band I play keyboard and sing in with Maryn Jones and Amanda Bartley, released a demo of four songs a couple weeks ago at a show at Bat Chapters.  This is the last song on that demo and is titled Knowing How to End.

We will be performing at this year’s BEREA FEST on Saturday July 16th, and will be on a tour of the Midwest from July 23rd-July 30th.

WOLFS, a band I am in with Maryn Jones & Amanda Bartley, started recording a demo last night.  Here is a little taste of what we made.