The summer sun is hot and heavy here in Nashville, so we’ve been spending most of our time underground, writing new songs and escaping the heat.
We’ll be surfacing for a few shows coming up. This Saturday July 28 we’ll be at The Rutledge for the Tennesee Fire Educators Association benefit. On September 8, I’ll be playing a special stripped down set at the 5 Spot with the Magnolia Sons and we’re super excited to be part of the East Nashville Music Festival on September 15. More info at facebook.com/katetuckermusic
In other exciting news, Bullet Train, the short film/music video by Miriam Bennett, is an official selection of the Indie Gathering International Film Festival and winner of Best Rock Video 2012. Produced by Moving Studio and Red Valise, Bullet Train was filmed in and around Akron, Ohio and features Cleveland-based filmmaker and actor Darryl Dickenson, so it’s especially awesome that this year’s festival takes place in Hudson, Ohio! Bullet Train screens on August 18, 2012. More information on the screening at theindiegathering.com.
If you haven’t heard my latest release, Ghost of Something New, you can always take a free listen at bandcamp. If you like what you hear, you can get yourself a copy of the deluxe version at Sonic Boom, Grimeys, or Square Records or order online at amazon and if you really want to geek out, you can read a little feature American Songwriter did on the song, “Revolution.”
“Revolution” has been getting some radio love thanks to the good folks at Nashville’s Lightning 100 and of course my fave hometown station, Akron’s 91.3 The Summit. If you live in either city, please take a moment to tune in and kindly request more Kate Tucker. It makes a difference!
If you haven’t yet subscribed to youtube updates or ‘liked’ my fan page on facebook, today is a good day to get on it. Thanks again for listening!