After barnstorming across the US and Europe, Reverend Peyton returns to the Midwest, East Coast and Canada in support of their latest album. They’ve just unveiled a new video, it debuted on CMT.com and has been picked up by publications around the country.
“Something for Nothing” is the second video from The Rev. Peyton’s Big Damn Band’s new Side One Dummy album, “Between the Ditches.” The video was directed and edited by Kevin J. Custer (The Gaslight Anthem, Method Man/Redman, Flogging Molly) and was shot in one day in Brown County, IN (Rev. Peyton’s home) on the hottest day in Southern Indiana history. The workers in the video are comprised of legendary figures from Brown County, including Lil Bub, the Bloomington cat who has racked up 2 million YouTube views.
The band who band just completed a west coast tour hit the road again later this month with a Thanksgiving kick off date in their backyard at The Vogue in Indianapolis, IN and the tour concludes with a support date with Flogging Molly on December 13 in Columbus, OH at LC Pavilion They’ll rock their hometown on New Years Eve before heading up to Canada for a series of dates.
New Tour Dates:
11-23-12 Indianapolis, IN – Vogue
11-24-12 Cincinnati, OH – Taft Theater Ballroom – www.tafttheatre.org
11-30-12 Cudahy, WI – The Blue Pig
12-02-12 Ferndale, MI – Magic Bag Theatre
12-04-12 Pittsburgh, PA – Altar Bar
12-05-12 Baltimore, MD – 8 x 10
12-06-12 Harrisburg, PA – Appalachian Brewing Company
12-07-12 Vienna, VA – Jammin Java
12-08-12 Boston, MA – The Red Room at Cafe 939
12-09-12 New York, NY – Mercury Lounge
12-13-12 Columbus, OH – LC Pavilion
12-31-12 Bloomington, IN – Bluebird Nightclub
02-21-13 Toronto, ON – North American Folk Alliance Conference
02-22-13 Chatam, ON – Kent Belgian Dutch Canadian Club
02-23-13 Windsor, ON – Canada South Blues Museum