We are incredibly stoked to play the halftime show for the JMU Homecoming game on Oct. 28, 2023 with the Marching Royal Dukes! YES, that is correct. WE will be jamming with close to 500 of the best marching musicians in the world. The Marching Royal Dukes are the largest college marching band in the country and can't wait to share a 90's mashup set with you during the halftime show.
IF you cannot be at the game (it's very sold out), there is a livestream happening so you can see the show.
Ok Friends - As we continue on our new journey as THE BAND EVERYTHING, we are trying to reconnect with our roots for power, strength and inspiration. If any of you remember our shows at the famous (really infamous) NSECT club, you will know that we had some incredible times in Hampton.
Tidewater is an area rich in culture and music. As we re-engage the area with a great band, we wanted to start in Hampton at the Vanguard Brewpub and Distillery. It is a beautiful building and we have long wanted to play a killer brewpub.
Since our time touring in the 90s, the modern brewpub has emerged as a place where you can congregate, have an informal hand and hear some very good music. It's organic and a slightly different experience than a typical "showcase" club or theatre.
We have a killer band with Nate, Steve and Craig at the core with Andy Waldeck (EGYPT, Earth to Andy) on bass and Charles Owens on saxophone. If you talk to anyone who has been to one of the recent shows, you will hear that they were magical.
We are very, very, very excited about FINALLY doing a proper show on the Outer Banks of NC! It has been in the works for a few years, and we are please to tell you that we will be playing the Outdoor Pavilion at Jack Brown's in Kill Devil Hills on July 28 & 29.
Brent Hill, the owner of Jack Brown's is a friend from JMU and has done an amazing job of building a small pavilion stage in the outdoor area behind the joint. We are going to have 2 nights of great music with surprises and a few guests.
We had a blast playing at The Hamilton in April. It felt like new beginnings with old friends. We rocked an 8 piece band with horns, percussion, keyboards, guitars and all your favorites done up afresh.
We were so stoked with the recording that came off the soundboard that it felt like an old-school bootleg was in order. Steve spent some time in the studio picking out the best moments of the show to share with you.
The result is "Everything Bootlegs Vol. 1 - Live at The Hamilton.
We also want to help those who are especially struggling right now, so we’ve created a giftable holiday card and we are donating the majority of the proceeds to DC Central Kitchen (DCCK), who combat hunger and poverty through job training/creation, and by bringing nutritious, dignified food where it is most needed.
We miss you. We hope to see you soon. And we gratefully wish you peace, love, and understanding.
With heavy hearts we have decided to postpone our October 16 show at the Hamilton in DC and reschedule it for APRIL 30, 2022.
At this time, we feel that the joy and love of sharing music with you just can't outweigh the increasing risk of people getting sick, or worse. This has already affected two of the players we had assembled, so we think that it's best to do this show when it's safer. We hope you understand.
Knowing that some of you are coming from far away, we wanted to make this decision as soon as possible in order to give you time to change (or not make) travel plans.
Tickets will be honored for the new show and you can get a refund if you can't make the April 30 date. It is going to be an awesome show!
Peace and love, and until we can rock with you, please stay well.
At the heart of the experience of "everything" is songwriting. I began writing songs at the age of 13, and I know that Nathan and Steve both started writing at a young age as well. The biggest excitement we have going on right now is from the connection around making new music together.
We have all had full lives and years of musical experience since we last worked together. What has transpired in the past few sessions of being together has been magical. Years of ideas and energy flowing forth.
The feeling that we are three brothers, working together again in the "lab" has been potent. With a smaller number of collaborators, we feel kinship with the BEASTIE BOYS and love the approach they had to creativity. Long may it continue.
What was true, and still is about "everything" is the drive to be fearless in the creative process and to aspire to greatness.
We are super stoked to be playing the Festy at Chisholm Vineyards in Charlottesville! The Festy is a very cool festival created by Michael Allenby and the Infamous Stringdusters. Located first in Wintergreen, VA and then Charlottesville, the festival would host upwards of 5,000 people.
The pandemic changed everything, and Michael Allenby did what any true music lover would do - he figured out a way to make it happen. As a result he has created a new type of experience that is geared towards the COVID and Post-COVID world.
Tickets are sold in 2,4 and 6 "pods" which will be set up at a safe distance from other concert goers. The show will be June 5 and there are 250 tickets available in total. It is in a beautiful location and will be an intimate experience with us. There will also be a livestream of the concert available for purchase.