Our new album is being mastered at AZPM Mastering (www.blackwoodmastering.com) to give it that last bit of polish and sparkle. Getting close folks, we’re very excited!
In December of 2016, Saint Augustine was the musical guest on Jim Waters’ Downtown Radio Sessions program. Jim questioned the members on touring antics and the origin of the band in his own dry and witty style. We also performed several songs off the upcoming album live in the studio.
The full interview and performance are now available for free streaming on 99.1 Downtown Radio. Thanks to Jim Waters at Waterworks Recording for his interview and editing skills, check it out!
We are pleased to be performing again this year at the Tucson Reid Park Zoo Lights show on Friday, December 23rd. Expect equal parts Christmas tunes and Rock and Roll, with a few surprises as well. Hope to see you there!
EDIT: Kristie Cunningham will be performing a few songs with us, which we are very excited about. Here is Kristie rocking some background vocals for us in the studio using a velvet Kiss painting as inspiration.
Soon the band will be entering the recording studio! We’re very excited to be working with Jim Waters at Waterworks Recording Studio. More soon!
We will be performing at the Garden District Porch Fest on April 3rd. Come out and see a whole bunch of great musical genres! The festival starts at 3pm, and we go on at 4:45pm.
We will be performing at Loudhouse Rock and Roll Bar and Grill on February 20th, opening for locals The Dust and the Screaming. The club opens at 8pm, so come out and enjoy a rockin good time!
Event information at: Facebook Event Link
My band Saint Augustine will be playing this PorchFest on the afternoon of October 4th. We’ll be playing a song with folk rocker Kristie Cunningham of the Shameless Flirts as well, who performed with me at the last Unplugged Wine Bar last month.
Come out and enjoy lots of great musical acts, great food and a wonderful atmosphere.
Shameless Flirts – shamelessflirts.com
Last year, after beginning to play shows following the release of ‘Strange Slumber: Music for Wonderful Dreams’, I started to assemble talented musicians to assist me in performing the live version of the weaving sounds of that album. As we practiced and performed together, we began to write new material that sounded much different than the solo Barry James instrumental work we were performing. And we were really enjoying the process.
And thus Saint Augustine was born. More to follow.