Ta Ra’s & Ta Ta’s

Seems like Summer is finally winding down into Fall, but the gears have been shifting up in Fisheyeland… First up we have two shows – they come along like buses, right? – as we are playing the annual Atlanta Row for the Cure event on Saturday, September 22nd. So now you’ve two great reasons to attend, as you can lend your support to the very worthy cause of breast cancer research and catch us live for the first time in over a year. Then mark your diaries for St. Patrick’s Day 2013, as we return to one of our fave venues, the Olde Blind Dog in Old Milton, Alpharetta, closing out a day-long celebration of all things green and gaelic on Saturday, March 16th. As ever check out our Calendar page for details. There’s also new music available to download from the Music page. “Down By the Water”, originally by the Decemberists, has been smothered in Fisheye sauce, baked at high temperature and served up for your delight as part of our “Coverville” canon. There’s a couple more to come from those sessions, so keep your eye out for any updates. Lastly, we’re marching to a brand new beat as Stanley Parker has taken over drum duties from Doug. Stanley is a native Georgian, and most notably played in the band Mrs Robinson’s Daughter way back in the murky mists of the mid 90’s. Welcome aboard Stanley, and a big thanks to Doug for all he has contributed over the years – Fisheye would certainly not be the same without him! Hope to see y’all real soon – saving the ta ta’s! The ‘F’ in Fisheye

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