BOOT & SADDLE

1131 S. Broad Street,
Philadelphia, PA 19147

Hoots And Hellmouth

Hoots And Hellmouth

The Ron Gallo III

Wed, May 14, 2014

Doors: 8:00 pm / Show: 8:30 pm

The Boot & Saddle

Philadelphia, PA

$8.00

This event is 21 and over

Hoots And Hellmouth
Hoots And Hellmouth
Come celebrate the release of our forthcoming EP, Uneasy Pieces, at our Boot & Saddle residency this Summer. While you're there be sure to yell extra loud, cuz we'll be RECORDING all three shows for a live release in the Fall. Lend us your voices for posterity's sake!

And hey, while you're at it, check out our latest LP (released last year) In The Trees Where I Can See The Forest. It's a record that feels like an expedition. Through dark tangles of thickets and underbrush, a path winds its way through the density of lived life, finally opening up into a sun-drenched field in which to stretch out, breathe deep and reflect on the journey… weary travelers dressing wounds while wistfully recalling tales of courage and self-doubt, love and longing.

The new album began to take shape over two years ago in a transformed silversmith mill in the little Philadelphia suburb of Clifton Heights, PA. Mt Slippery, as it is currently known, is home-base for our homies Dr. Dog. There we assembled with engineer Nathan Sabatino (Dr. Dog, Floating Action, Birdie Busch, etc) and over the course of a couple weeks proceeded to coax these songs out of the ether using all manner of instrumentation (including the 4 that will appear on our upcming EP Uneasy Pieces). The now-classic acoustic H&H sound is certainly present, but as with each record previous, In The Trees pushes the band beyond the borders of what came before. It’s a natural progression, an obvious evolution. Sparking electric tones set old wood aflame. These songs burn with it. This record represents feast and famine. Dig in and join us In The Trees.
The Ron Gallo III
The Ron Gallo III
Ron Gallo is a rock n' roll band lead by a tall, big-haired weirdo of the same name. He once fronted band Toy Soldiers but is now making a second solo record embracing his love for fuzz, psych, garage rock and early punk, a reinvention from his debut "weirdo country" sundaymorning vibed, "RONNY". He sings his ass off and thinks its important to laugh at yourself.

This will be Ron's last show as a Philadelphia resident before he uproots to the musical village of Nashville, TN.
Venue Information:
The Boot & Saddle
1131 S. Broad Street
Philadelphia, PA, 19147
http://www.bootandsaddlephilly.com