We want to thank everyone who came out and celebrated with us at our 10 year anniversary show last month. A special shout-out to Con Hunley, Scott Miller, Roger Alan Wade and all the folks who travelled from out of state to be there. It was so humbling to have so many friends and family still come out and rock with us after all these years. You ALL are awesome!
We still have copies left of our first ever vinyl release, “Anytime You’re Ready.” Two new songs on 7″ vinyl – limited one time only pressing of just 300. For more details and purchasing links please visit the Music and Store pages.
Mic says the CDs in his office are multiplying like rabbits so we’ve marked several from his back catalog down to rock bottom prices – “Great Commotion,” “On The Right Side Of The Grass,” “The Faults” and “Don’t Bail.” For more details and purchasing links on these CDs, and all Mic Harrison merch, please visit the Music and Store pages.
It’s hard to believe that 10 years have gone by since we played our first show together under the Mic Harrison & the High Score name! We hope you’ll all come celebrate with us on November 21st at Scruffy City Hall on Knoxville’s Market Square. Our ole pal Roger Alan Wade will be opening the show.
This is our new video for “Things You Remember.” Thanks to Don Coffey, Jr. for all the hours and hard work putting it together for us. Thanks to the Harrison family, Annie Clark-Rankin and Hippie Jack for the footage. And thanks to No Depression for sharing it on their website. This song and video are dedicated to Freddie Harrison.
We’re excited to be playing The Broadberry in Richmond on Saturday the 11th as the (open to the public) post-reception party for our dear friends Zach Hess and Paige Stratton’s wedding. They’ve been fans of Mic’s music for many years but over time we’ve all developed a great friendship with one another. You couldn’t ask for better fans or friends, and we’re honored to be there when they officially become family. Raise your glasses, son!
Friday the 18th we’ll be teaming up with our ol’ pals Ned Van Go for a southern invasion on The Green Lantern in Lexington, Kentucky. Ned and the boys put out a great album last year called “Lost In The Trouble” – make sure to check out the two videos from it on YouTube… “Drunk Like Shane MacGowan” and “Where Ya Gone Virginia?” We always have a blast sharing the stage with Ned so if you’re in the area make sure not to miss this one.
Saturday the 19th we’ll be back in Nashville playing the Exit/In with special guests Connor Christian & Southern Gothic and Stone Senate. This will be our first time playing with either of these bands and we’re looking forward to meeting them. Make sure to visit the Shows page for all upcoming gig details.
Mic played in North Carolina several times last year on the Full Body Tour and a lot of folks asked when the High Score would be coming back over to play a full band show… well, here we come! Friday the 20th you’ll find us at The Double Door Inn in Charlotte with our pal Bob Graham’s band, Leadville Social Club. This’ll be our first show at the Double Door and our first time sharing the stage with LSC – looking forward to making the scene with both. Saturday the 21st we’ll be over in Raleigh at The Pour House opening for our old pals The Backsliders, along with Eddie Taylor. One of those acoustic shows Mic did last year in NC was with Chip in Durham and it was nice seeing those guys catch up. We look for more of that love and admiration mid-June in Raleigh. Join us for the love-in! For advanced ticket links and more info make sure to visit the Shows page.
On Friday the 9th we’ll be playing at Preservation Pub on Market Square with our buddies George, Jesse, John and Gray – collectively known as Stolen Sheep. We’ve been writing and working on new songs and just might have to try a few out on y’all that night.
Speaking of new songs, at the end of the month we’ll be taking to the studio to start recording some of those new songs and we plan to have something new out later this year. Say tuned for more details on that!
June will find us over the mountain in North Carolina playing a couple shows with Leadville Social Club, The Backsliders and Eddie Taylor. Make sure to visit the Shows page for details on those gigs plus all upcoming shows.
On Friday the 4th we’ll be in Nashville playing at The High Watt with our ole Superdrag pal Senator Pappas as his new band, The Tom Pappas Collection, as they release their new album, “Bomb Shelter.” Also on the bill is the Raelyn Nelson Band. Tom says, “Yes, she’s Willie Nelson’s granddaughter!”
We’re also excited to announce our next hometown show – Friday, May 9th we’ll be back at Preservation Pub on Market Square with Stolen Sheep. Make sure to visit the Shows page for all upcoming gig details.