The Mountaineer Tour

The most common mispronunciation of our name is, The Mountaineers, followed closely by, The Mutton Ears. For the record, it is pronounced Mew-tin-ears, as in MUTINY!  But as the saying goes, "if you can't beat 'em, join 'em." So we…

Slough Rats, Crawfish Boil, and Other Summer Goodness

The Summer visited us early in the Pacific Northwest. We had some lovely weather to travel and tour our region in the past month. We just returned to the farm. It's back to cool and rainy. I'm not unhappy with…

NW Spring Dates/Straight Into The Sun Tour

California gave us a dose of Springtime that we severely needed after a typical PNW Winter. It was so gorgeous down south after all the rain. And, hey, the shows were pretty damn good too! We broke some new ground…

California Here We Come (Again)

Folks, I missed my first blog update of the year. How could I? And with such a nice start too. It all began with our traditional January wood-shedding. Last year we spent that month working on what would become our…

2018 Year in Review

We are closing out the year with a few more shows in the PNW. First Merry and I host our annual Holiday Spectacular here in Cathlamet with the help of our local musician friends. We will be performing classic…

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"Afterthought" Video Premier / Halfway Point of the Tour

We are very excited to share our latest video collaboration with Clovis IV. Our video for our second single "Afterthought" premiered last Friday on Rebel Noise. You can check out the video and see what they had to say about…

THRESHOLD EP RELEASE AND THE PORTLAND TO PORTLAND TOUR

We finished our EP, THRESHOLD, and we will soon be ready to release it to the world. On September 14th, we will have our CD Release Show at tHe FuNkY tAco in Boise, ID. It will also be available across…

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NEW VIDEO! "Drug For That" directed by Clovis IV

"Drug For That" has a video! We worked with our long time friend and collaborator Clovis IV to produce this video in the area surrounding our home in Southeast Washington. It's a place where decay and growth are intermingled. The…

The Tour Is Over, Long Live The Tour

Eleven weeks and some 10,000 miles later, we have returned to our home base down on the Lower Columbia River. Spring is giving way to summer. The farm is looking beautiful. We are settling in to the loft featured in…