EDDIE FROM OHIO'S OCTOBER 2009 EMAILER


EFO Performs at Black Rock Center for the Arts October 3
SOLD OUT!

Our next hometown Washington area performance will be at Germantown MD's Black Rock Center for the Arts on Saturday, October 3.  This will be our first ever performance at this fine venue. There may be a few single tickets available, but please call the venue first.  Box Office - 240/912-1058





Michael Clem Performs Solo in Chicago & Boston

During October, EFO's Michael Clem will perform two solo shows - Chicago 10/16 (house concert) & Boston 10/31 (opening for Ellis Paul), as well as a number of other session gigs. For more information, check out his newly relaunched website.




Eddie & Michael Join Dan Navarro at Jammin Java, Oct 9

The drum/bass rhythm section of EFO will back up good friend Dan Navarro at Vienna, VA's Jammin Java on Friday, October 9. Also fleshing out the lineup will be guitar ace, David Glaser. For more info, visit Jammin Java's website.

ALSO, watch this space for updates on Eddie's scheduled Feb '10 release - a baby boy!





Save The Date(s) For Some Barn Raising in Vienna, VA


ROBBIE SCHAEFER- THURS, NOV 19

Our own Robbie Schaefer returns to the Barns at Wolf Trap for his very own show.  Joining him on stage will be John Jennings and Danny Schwartz.  Since the release of his Strange and Lovely World, there will be not shortage of great music to hear... plus, he's FROM Vienna. Come cheer on your Local Boy Made Good!! Visit Wolf Trap's website for details.


JULIE MURPHY WELLS IS A SOPHISTICATED LADY- SAT, APRIL 10, 2010

The same show that sold out three months in advance this past February is coming back to The Barns.  Julie reunites her stellar jazz quartet to accompany her through an evening of lovable standards and show tunes (and a few costume changes).  Tickets are on sale now - don't be unsophisticated and miss out!  Visit Wolf Trap's website for details.





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Tip of the Month
In the meantime, please continue to go out and support live music.  Might we suggest Caravan of Thieves. Michael just caught this gypsy-folk-jazz quartet from Connecticut last week in Charlottesville, VA (where they'll return October 22) and just flipped over their outrageous act.  Imagine Django Reinhardt & Tom Waits thumbing a ride with a carnival barker & other misfit circus acts to deliver a traveling revue of retro-cool mayhem and pyrotechnic wizardry -  abundantly talented and refreshingly entertaining.  Check out their website and see if this neo-trad foursome is coming to pillage and swindle your town.



OTHER NEWS

Tickets are now on sale for our annual 3-date run at Alexandria VA's Birchmere in mid-January 2010.  For more info, check their website.

Be sure to visit our Facebook Page, and be among the 3,500 Edheads who have signed up.

All EFO and solo merch can be found at Bulletproof Store



Thanks for all the emails!  


Hope to see you at a show soon
juliemikeeddie&robbie
Folk-Rockin' Your World Since 1991


photo by Stuart Dahne