Boom Boom’s Beds and Luke Warm and the Cool Hands invite you to Beds, Beers, and Bluegrass this Saturday, December 13th from 4 to 8pm. Join us for a night of LIVE music and drinks to help raise donations for Boom Boom’s Beds!!!
Boom Boom’s Beds is a non-profit organization helping families with the immediate need for beds as they transition into new homes. The mission of Boom Boom’s Beds is to provide beds and linens to children and families who may have recently experienced homelessness in the Twin Cities.
This LWATCH sponsored event is being organized by our dear friend Michael Allen. Boom Boom’s Beds was founded in memory of Michael Allen’s late father, Mike “Boom Boom” Allen. Please come out and celebrate an amazing cause!!!! We are truly excited to help out such a great cause, and drink exquisite beer at the very same exact time!
APPETIZERS & DRINKS: 4:00 – 6:00
RAFFLE DRAWING: 6:00 – 6:30
LWATCH: 6:30 – 8:00
All donations are tax-deductible and go directly to purchasing new beds & linens.
Thanks and Love,
Luke Warm and the Cool Hands
Next Friday, September 19th, Luke Warm and the Cool Hands will be gracing the Bauhaus Brew Labs in Nordeast, Minneapolis with their presence. Brewskis will be pouring at 3pm, and music starts flowing at 6pm. We’ll be playing two sets, finishing up around 7:45/8pm. This will be our big send off before Boats and Bluegrass in Winona, MN where the band will be performing the Bluegrass Brunch Hour at 10:30am on Saturday, September 27th - on the main stage! Hope you can make it to one or both of these events.
See you soon!
Cool Hands to Play Boat’s and Bluegrass 2014:
Hey, hey now.
LWATCH is stoked to report we will be playing the legendary Boats and Bluegrass festival in Winona, MN this year.
Boats and Bluegrass is a yearly festival that brings together old-timey mountain music and watercraft.
We will be playing Sat Sept 27 sometime around 1.
Check the link for more info: http://www.boatsandbluegrass.com/
See you there! Don’t forget your PFDs.
This Saturday, May 10th , join LWATCH at the Harriet Brewing Food Truck Rally! You should stop on by, eat some goodness, drink some delish adult bevie, meet little Winnie, and see some LWATCH. We go on at 4pm and will play until roughly 5:30. Come early and stay late to check out some other wonderful local music. No cover. Here’s the lineup:
Pushing Chain (12 pm)
Dang Ol’ Tri’ole (2 pm)
Luke Warm and the Cool Hands (4 pm)
Tommy Bentz Band (6pm)
Can you say Oberon and Oysters? Yup – the best summer draft wheat beer, and the freshest, tastiest oysters in the city will be present at Sea Salt, located right at Minnehaha Falls, and right next to where LWATCH will be playing on Friday, May 30th! We are super excited to sip oysters and beer on stage at Minnehaha Falls from 7-8:30pm. Free music!
If you didn’t get your teeth soaked enough in Oberon on the 30th, come over to the State Fair grounds for the St. Paul Summer Beer Fest on Saturday, June 7th. LWATCH hits the stage at 1:30 for an hour, and then again at 3:30 for the Hootenanny Hour. For more info about tix and beer lineup, check out the event’s website: http://www.
Finally, come celebrate friends of LWATCH, Black River Revue release their new album, Spring Thaw, at the Nomad World Pub on June 27th. LWATCH plays from 9:30 to 10:30. Wow – just found out local band Kind Country will also be present – should be a most excellent night of music, and we’re honored to share the stage with these two great bands.
We hope to see you at one or some of the shows!
Luke Warm hits the stage this Saturday March 22nd at Mayslacks. Show begins at 9:45pm. LWATCh will be joining The Farmhouse Band and Reina Del CID. $5 cover and be sure to have the famous roast beef sandwich!
Come help Luke Warm celebrate the Butcher and the Boars’ 2nd anniversary Sunday March 16th.
Luke Warm and the Cool Hands 2pm
The Dead Pigeons TBA
The Brass Kings TBA
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