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Monthly Archives: September 2010
We shot a video for HearNebraska.org’s Love Drunk Session series during our tour stop in Omaha, NE and it turned out really well. We set up on the bank of the Gene Leahy park downtown and just played “Halloween in … Continue reading
In this episode, Milktooth embarks upon their nationwide fall tour with stops in Louisville and Cincinnati. Since they’ll be leaving southern BBQ country for a while, they decide to have one last feast at Kentucky’s own Smoketown USA. They also … Continue reading
This is truly a great American city. Hopefully we’ll be back for another show soon!
Today, we got to enjoy the great Indianan outdoors as set-up at the corner of Ball State University and Village Green Records. This is a marked improvement over Nashville’s usual late summer heat wave. And a bunch of wonderful Midwestern … Continue reading
In this week’s episode of Milktooth’s “Tour America!,” David explores his heritage (both Latino and Jewish) in the Dirty South. He also nearly loses an epic battle to an Atlanta parking garage, were it not for the valiant efforts of … Continue reading
In this episode of “Tour America!,” Milktooth reflects upon Chattanooga’s most metaphorically patriotic landmark (the incline railway) and encounters their first BBQ stop that boasts its own goat farm. But beware…the goats are hungry.
In this inaugural episode of “Tour America!,” Milktooth crisscrosses Georgia in search of the Peach State’s best BBQ, with featured stops in Atlanta and Columbus. One highlight is Chester’s, which is a recent recipient of the coveted Hoodie Award (http://www.steveharvey.com/hoodieawards) for … Continue reading