THE LONESOME HEROES

OUR NEW BLOG: "LIVING IN A POSTCARD..."

 

LIVING IN A POSTCARD...    (Our new blog)

We have decided to join the 20th Century and begin keeping a blog.

We will try to write interesting things that y'all want to read. A random assortment of Dutch oven recipes, hidden campsites, Landry's new art projects, and all the rad people we meet on the road.

LIVING IN A POSTCARD...

The Austin Sound Reviews our New Video

 

We woke up this morning and finally after 100,000 miles on the road we are famous! REALLY FAMOUS!!! Thanks world wide web... Check out this awesome review of our new Music video from Austin's premiere Indie Rock news outlet/ purveyors of all that's cool: THE AUSTIN SOUND

"The Lonesome Heroes are a wandering lot, so maybe we shouldn't be too surprised that it took them about three years to make a video for "Don't Play to Lose". We give them a pass on the old tune, though, because the video is pretty great. How can you not love two adorable kids escaping from some hardcore bikers and bouncers?! It's like Goonies II: Goonies in the City! Or something. Kudos to Daniel Stolzman of Frameless Films for directing the video, and to Rich Russell and Landry McMeans for wherever they dug up their younger counterparts. As for the Heroes themselves, they'll be back in town after last month's trek up into the north east for a gig at the Continental Club on Saturday, January 16 with Lil' Travis and Grand Champeen. Check out the video below:"

February 2010 West Coast Tour

 

We are working on a new record this month due out in March for SXSW. Then, we'll be on the road again in February working our way west to California, and home via Wyoming. Here are a few of our upcoming tour dates for February and March 2010. If you have any suggestions of where to play along the way, we'd love your input. See you on the back roads of America soon, and keep on keepin' on.

Feb 13 2010 10:00P The Hole in the Wall with Ethan Azarian & Churchwood Austin, Texas

Feb 15 2010 8:00P The Starlight Theatre (dinner show) Terlingua, Texas

Feb 23 2010 10:00P The Pike Long Beach, California

Feb 25 2010 11:00P The Crepe Place with Leopold & His Fiction & Hod Santa Cruz, California

December 2009 East Coast Tour

 

Howdy y'all, the New York City music video release and our East Coast tour home were amazing. Despite breaking down in Nashville for 5 days, Helga, the star of our music video, made it home safe, and we even got a good country song out of it all. Thank you to everyone that gave their time to help us with the music video, and a special thanks to Margo and Jeremy from Buffalo Clover and Lilly Hiatt for helping us out in Nashville, and to all the guys at Athens Imports for keeping the dream alive.

"Don't Play to Lose" Music Video

 

The NYC Video Release was so awesome. Thanks so much To Danny Stolzman & Daryl Freemark at Frameless Films for all the amazing work. You can watch the video here:

NYC VIDEO PREMIERE

 

You are cordially invited to

The NYC Music Video Premiere of "DON'T PLAY TO LOSE" by THE LONESOME HEROES WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 2ND Union Pool 484 Union Ave., Williamsburg, Brooklyn

Doors Open at 8 Screening at 8:30 ****** Live performance by THE LONESOME HEROES

Followed by a dance party with LOVE LIKE DELOREANS

******

"DON'T PLAY TO LOSE" MUSIC VIDEO

SYNOPSIS The Psychedelic-Country duo The Lonesome Heroes take a whimsical road trip from the country to a Big City gig, where, in a twist of magical realism, two adventure-seeking kids try to follow along. written & directed by DANNY STOLZMAN produced by DARYL FREIMARK & DANNY STOLZMAN music and lyrics by THE LONESOME HEROES cinematography by BEN BLOODWELL edited by JENNIFER NEEDLEMAN production design by MARIA CRISTINA RUEDA & BILL HILGENDORF starring THE LONESOME HEROES

"DON'T PLAY TO LOSE" MUSIC VIDEO RELEASE PARTIES IN AUSTIN & NYC

 

FRAMELESS FILMS PRESENTS: Quite possibly the most epic Western Magical-Realist music video ever made! "Don't Play to Lose" Lonesome Heroes Music Video World Premiere Screening & Live Performance by The Lonesome Heroes

Thursday November 5th 7-10pm @ Jo's Coffee (FIRST THURSDAY ON SOUTH CONGRESS)

1300 South Congress Avenue Austin, TX 78704 *FREE ALL AGES EVENT*

www.joscoffee.com

After Party by RSVP only 11pm - ? @ The Candy Shop on the Eastside

With live Music by: Leo Rondeau www.myspace.com/leorondeau & Ron Scott www.myspace.com/ronscott

RSVP for directions to the after party: thelonesomeheroes@gmail.com

Please invite all your friends and movie stars.

SAVE THE DATE!! NYC Gala Premiere

Wednesday, December 2nd 8-10p @ Union Pool Williamsburg, Brooklyn.

The video will be available on the worldwide web after the NYC Premiere.

Longhorn Caverns State Park Acoustic Show in the cave with The McMercy Family Band

 

GET OUT YOUR BED ROLLS WE'RE GOING CAMPING! 

100% Acoustic Show in Longhorn Caverns Saturday November 7th 5-8pm @ Longhorn Caverns State Park With Special Guests The McMercy Family Band

Optional Dinner @ 5pm $10 Show 6-8pm $16 **Don't Show Up Late They Will Lock the Cave**

Free Camping @ Inks Lake State Park After the Show!

This is A BYOB Event so Come Prepared (But there are no bathrooms in the cave so don't over do it!)

Children under 13 Need Reservations & Parental Supervision.

WE NEED TO SELL AT LEAST 20 MORE TICKETS BEFORE THURSDAY OR THEY WILL CANCEL THE EVENT SO PLEASE CALL TO BUY TICKETS

*******Reservations (512) 756 4680********

Longhorn Caverns 6211 Park Road 4 S, Burnett, TX (512) 756-4680

1 Hour & 34 minutes from the Continental Club Between Marble Falls and Burnett on 281 - Google it!

We will have our usual collection of instruments & Heroes & a whole bunch of new songs.

If you have never heard the McMercy Family Band Check em out! www.myspace.com/mcmercyfamilyband

*****If you want to camp please email me asap as we have limited space: thelonesomeheroes@gmail.com

Thanks Rich

Lonesome Heroes in Austin Film Festival Release: "Straight to the Bone"

 

Wow we are movie stars! Landry and I make a cameo appearance in Erik Mauk's new film "Straight to the Bone."

Here's the story: Jay and Shannon have been together since college. Now, both approaching 30, Shannon makes an understandable request for the ultimate commitment. Unfortunately, Jay does not see the need for such a legal definition of their relationship. Frustrated, Shannon seeks comfort in the arms of Blake - a new friend who seems to share her ideals about the future. Does she gamble on this new opportunity or stick it out with the one she loves - who may not be able to give her all she needs? Mauck weaves the always complicated story of relationships set against the backdrop of Austin, creating a film that also reads as a love song for the city in which it takes place. We explain the logistics of Chicken Shit Bingo @ Ginny's Little Longhorn, then the characters come to the Hole in the Wall to watch our band play. It's really awesome! The Film is showing at the Austin Film Festival this weekend. 9:30 PM Thu, Oct 22 Rollins Theater 5:15 PM Sat, Oct 24 Alamo Drafthouse Lake Creek 

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