Good news afternoon and early evening drinkers! The Beards have added a new show, and you don’t have to wait long at all.
The music is also free and open to the public.
There will be plenty of things to eat and drink on sale from vendors and the winery. Learn more by traveling back in time to Wine Fest Homepage.
Thanks to the organizers and attendees of Thursdays on the Platz on August 4th. After the rain calmed down, it turned out to be a good show for a good group of people.
Thanks to Allison Huff at Luminescence Photography for capturing these pieces of time. Check out her other work at http://lpallison.com/
More photos from this show and others can be found under the photos tab.
Over the past few months, there have been nearly three people who have asked for the lyrics to some of the Beards songs. Well, since that same traffic can regularly be found scouring every nook and cranny of the website looking for some update or piece of news, we figured it would be easy enough to just dump all the lyrics to the songs we will be playing this August 4th.
Of course, if you come here after the 4th, the words will still be here. They aren’t going anywhere.
Lyrics page has been added to the list
If I can get anything to work, there should just be a link below:
Words and Words and Words and Words
Looking at a calendar and seeing how far away August 4th is will just make you sad. Instead, you should call in sick to work, see if you can sleep for a couple weeks, then look at a calendar.
Wow, The Beards are playing Thursdays on the Platz
The Beards are many things to many people.
At our finest, we even make lovers fall deeper in love!
Whenever anyone asks what it’s like being a Beard, I remember the (slightly edited for content) words of the great Kanye West.
Behold the many offspring of The Beards! And, since we are all beards, the offspring of Beards fans too.
I wrote you a letter
I should have known better
the lines at the bottom say, “Sincerely, I love you.”
The whiskey is empty
Wine bottles are broken
I kept only one picture of you as a token.
Then let the tension out.
Don’t make this all about
The panic in your voice
But you’re still fighting.
Howler’s show has come and gone. It is always such a strange experience to have people congregate at a place and time for the purpose (not the sole) of watching you sing and play music. Thank you to everyone who came out (few of which will read this, but perhaps).
Thanks to Blue Ruin, it was fun to play the double billing. Joining forces and audiences made for a good night all around.
Thanks to Ben for running sound; we will make it easier sooner, we promise.
A new song, “The Hero Dies at the End” has been added to the “Music” page. We hope you like it.
By the time you read this post, the show will probably have been long since played. Only the fond memories and distant melodies that those who attended will try to grasp on to so tightly will remain. “It’s okay,” you will tell yourself, “I didn’t miss anything.” But who are you trying to convince?
Maybe it’s not too late, though. Maybe you found us in time.
April 30, 2016 at Howler’s Bar & Grille in Vermillion, SD.
Find out more by following the links below:
Facebook Event Page
Round Town (Same info, but this one has a map because the sprawling metropolis that is Vermillion, SD is such an easy place to get lost!)
I am not quite sure how you found your way here, but we are glad that you did. It’s not much to speak of at the moment, but rest assured that in time it will grow.