The Dry Spells on West Coast Live, Bart Davenport in Pitchfork and Sugar & Gold wrap US tour at the Echoplex in Los Angeles

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Tune in your terrestrial radio this Saturday, November 14th for a very special performance by The Dry Spells on nationally syndicated public radio program West Coast Live. The show runs from 10am until Noon (PST), for a radio station carrying the broadcast in your area, click Here.

In other news, Bart Davenport and Still Flyin’ are back in the Bay Area after extensive fall tours. Bart returned from Spain to find a shout-out from tour-mate and stand-up guy Erlend Oye (of Kings of Convenience and Whitest Boy Alive) in the pages of Pitchfork, where he once again called out BD as his favorite folk performer. Check it Here

Finally, Sugar & Gold are on the verge of wrapping their mammoth US tour with a string of shows in the Southwest. Following a standout performance at Austin’s Fun Fun Fun Fest where they were one of the few acts to not play to a torrential downpour, the band finishes their journey at the Echoplex in Los Angeles this Friday the 13th (!) sharing the stage with Thunderheist, Winter Gloves, and Iheartcomix DJ Franki Chan. Not to be missed. For more info, click Here.

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