Mumblefish is featured in this week’s Harwich Oracle as part of the Harwich Port Musical Stroll. We’re going to be playing tonight, July 7th, as part of the event’s 10-year anniversary, and we’re one of the first acts to play. Here’s a quote from the paper:
“Mumblefish is based out of the Groton area,” said Reed of the rock band scheduled for July 7 and known for its covers of performers like Stevie Ray Vaughn and Tom Petty. “They are a really popular band in the region.”
Their original single “Never Meant to Last,” was released in late 2009 and is available on iTunes. The band is in the process of finishing its first CD.
We’re really looking forward to the Stroll, and we hope we can see some familiar faces in the crowd. If you’re going to be on the Cape, come on by and check us out!
We’re extremely excited about getting booked for this year’s Harwich Port Music Stroll on Wednesday, July 7th. This is a huge deal for Mumblefish, as the Harwich Port Music Stroll is a difficult nut to crack, and there’s been some big name musicians who have checked it out. Dave Matthew’s was caught checking out the bands one year, and Aerosmith’s own Steven Tyler showed up a year ago and sang with one of the bands covering an Aerosmith tune.
The band will hit the road on Tuesday, July 6th for a day at the beach and will finish up with a 6:00 to 9:00 pm concert in the port with 7 other of the areas; top bands. We expect a huge crowd (usually over 2,000 a night) and we’re really looking forward to it.
It looks like Mumblefish is going to be playing in the Harwich Port Music Stroll this Summer. Happening every year, the Music Stroll offers great live music from multiple bands going on within walking distance of each other. The event is sponsored by the Harwich Port Merchants Association, so the price is right for music lovers – FREE!
The Music Stroll is always on a Wednesday evening, but beyond that, we don’t know which day (or even month) yet. But, as soon as we do, we’ll let you know (that is, if you signed up for the Mumblefish Mailer). Here’s a link to a story about last year’s music stroll…
We hope to see you in lovely Harwich this Summer!