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That's an excited looking crowd.

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Im proud of Spafford


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Place is packed. Lots of people turned away

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THE BOYS are bringing it to BK tonight on the heels of a sold out Boston show and a hugely successful Rocky Mountain/Midwest run.

It's almost the weekend, good time to go see the tightest jamband touring right now

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you should make some lot shirts. I was thinking of a Motel 6 one as a parody of their slogan: "We'll leave the light on for you"

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Free Multi-Cam live stream tonight and tomorrow night for their hometown shows.

https://www.facebook.com/spaffordmusic/?hc_ref=PAGES_TIMELINE&fref=nf

Links will be posted to their facebook page later. Will update closer to show time

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Probably gonna watch this at Clark's tonight


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OMG THE6 PLAYED WEASEL AND PALISADES ON JAM ON!!


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NICE

THOSE SONGS ARE SICK

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I mean I didn't actually listen, but I was excited for you. It was only a 15 min ride too


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Mishawaka in Sept


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So is there a free stream tonight?


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Brez needs to change the thread title again


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God damnit brez fuckin slacker


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Be sure an catch Aqueous they're the next Spafford


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high praise

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Shake up in Spafford land. New drummer.

Nick ruled. I'm bummed.


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Shake up in Spafford land. New drummer.

Nick ruled. I'm bummed.


Wha???

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Tier five band


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Shake up in Spafford land. New drummer.

Nick ruled. I'm bummed.

Weird. Any details?


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Shake up in Spafford land. New drummer.

Nick ruled. I'm bummed.

Weird. Any details?



He was a no talent ass clown and fired him.

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Yeah shoot some deets or text em to me

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There's a reason it's a bunch of um kids brah

Joe buck has gotta be the biggest joke on this site. Hates phish but loves um/phish cover bands


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There are Umphreys cover bands? Weird. You learn something new every day.


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Shake up in Spafford land. New drummer.

Nick ruled. I'm bummed.


Wha???


Condolences.


Umphreys never recovered from their original drummer leaving.

Neither will they.


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Joe buck has gotta be the biggest joke on this site.


You started a failed attempt at a gofundme to pay for stuntman school.

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You started a failed attempt at a gofundme to pay for stuntman school.

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I would like to go to Spafford @ the Mish.


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They are only playing one night, I can't remember which one. I'm on the fence but if you and menudo go I definitely will.

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since its only a week after Dicks I kinda doubt I'll make it to the Mish


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birdy told me west coast in the fall. including PNW


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JoeBuck wrote:
They are only playing one night, I can't remember which one. I'm on the fence but if you and menudo go I definitely will.

Might be able to swing Saturday but that is only if I play the birthday card & make my husband to take me.

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birdy told me west coast in the fall. including PNW

like.
I am due for a trip home this fall. I have been itching to see a show out there..


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After ph on 8/5 they're playing 1130-4.
Two 90+ minute sets? That sounds worth for $15


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birdy told me west coast in the fall. including PNW



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would prefer that SF show had been on friday rather than thursday


still pretty cool


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rumor is they'll be at Hulaween.


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rumor is they'll be at Hulaween.

If by "rumor" you mean "officially announced" you are correct.


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cpj wrote:
rumor is they'll be at Hulaween.

If by "rumor" you mean "officially announced" you are correct.


yeah, i guess i didn't consider it official cause hula's lineup isn't out yet.

I know spafford announced it. two days.


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Its still a little bizarre to me how much they've blown up in the last year


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When's that lineup getting announced anyway?


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When's that lineup getting announced anyway?


dude, no fucking clue. i know one year it was pretty late, but this seems crazy to me.

from what i've read they're putting the finishing touches on it.

honestly, 7 sets of cheese and the art installations are all i need. couldn't care less about who's playing.

i just want to know what kind of fans i'm going to be dealing with.


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7 sets of cheese and you wanna know what kind of fans you'll be dealing with?


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7 sets of cheese and you wanna know what kind of fans you'll be dealing with?


Yeah, bruh. Since I've been seeing Jambands for a while I know what to expect with cheese people.

I'm not really big on the whole Bassnectar / EDM / techno crowds. A buncha kids snorting down K and huffing nitrous all night.


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Jordan Fairless of Spafford on bucket lists, wooing fans on the road & sleep.

by Chris Snyder

When you the band was first getting it’s start, what venues gave the band it’s first “shot”? Did you guys do weekly residences in the Phoenix area?

There were 3 venues in particular which were spread out through the state and kind of represent the cities we spread to. We got our first gig at Coyote Joe’s in Prescott, AZ back in 2009/2010 for New Years, and we did a residence there on Wednesday’s some time after that until the place closed down. We got our first play in Flagstaff, AZ in 2011 at the Flagstaff Brewing Company by handing out physical press kits with really terrible audio recordings. Let’s just say the booking agent was kind enough to look beyond the recordings. Soon after that, we got our first show in Phoenix (Tempe to be specific) at the beloved Sail Inn which sadly is no longer there.

And how did that translate into touring? Did you go with the “weekend warriors” method and slowly build out from there

It definitely translated to touring, we would do runs around the state and try and get 2 nights in a row in one city if we could, and we basically tried to fill our calendar with AZ dates throughout the state. Then we branched out with our first gig in Las Vegas via the Las Vegas Jamband Society, followed shortly by extending to New Mexico courtesy of a group called Jams of Enchantment, and then finally we made it to Colorado. It was a gradual process of “weekend warrioring,” which then built into our first month long tour to the Pacific Northwest. Almost didn’t make it home from that one [laughs].

Hitting the road with Umphrey’s McGee on a coast to coast tour has helped you guys have your music reach a new audience. How did it feel to be on the road with the band and do you think it helped you gain more fans?

It was surreal at first then it all kind of became natural by the second week of the tour. It was an interesting experience, as we were combining our shows with them, as well as supporting headlining dates of our own in between. It was a lot of driving and spanned coast-to-coast twice for us over the 48 shows we had, 18 of which were with them, so it is all still kind of a blur for us. We are hoping to be able to look back on it in a few years and figure out what happened. It was an amazing experience and we gained a whole slew of new fans as well as some new friends in the UM squad.

Spafford live shows are full of energy and can move from genre to genre at a blink of an eye. How do you guys do it? Is it just the amount of time you guys have spent together?

It’s time spent together, time spent alone, and whatever energy is in the room at the moment. Honestly we aren’t even sure some times, it just happens. The genres could change from the songs we are playing or a jam could explore several different genres in a 20 minute span; it changes from night to night. We like to let the music occur as naturally as possible, sometimes too much thought is dangerous.

What’s on the band’s bucket list right now?

Red Rocks, our own festival, and maybe a full night’s sleep at some point

What are the top few records y’all are listening to right now as your travel the US?

I can’t speak for the band personally, most of the time we keep the van quiet and everyone does their thing with headphones to accommodate sleepers. I prefer silence most commonly when I’m not on stage, as it gives more space to the music in my head.

If you could collaborate with any musicians, living or deceased, who would it be and why?

I would love a chance to collaborate with Bach, or at least pick his brain. He was our favorite composer to emulate in college. He was a genius and I love the inventions and other parts of his work. If ever you should find yourself with some time to kill, there are some really cool bass dudes out there on the YouTube who do 2 part Bach inventions which are mind blowing.


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Why Spafford’s Newest Record Abaculus is an Industry Game Changer

08/09/2017 08:35 am ET

As of late, Spafford is the latest buzzword in the jamband scene. I’m not surprised in the slightest that everyone is freaking out so hard for this four-piece funk rock group hailing from Phoenix, AZ. Their sound is like everything and nothing you’ve heard before making them one of the next big things happening in improvisational music today. The band comprised of Jordan Fairless (Bass/Vocals), Red Johnson (Keys/Vocals), Brian Moss (Guitar/Vocals) and Cameron Laforest (Drums/Vocals) have only just begun their musical adventure in this world (as Spafford). If the start of their career together includes coast-to-coast tours-headlining venues across the country-while also supporting heavyweights such as Umphrey’sMcGee, which it does, then you better keep this band on your radar. They’re coming for you and they’re comin in hot! This fall, the band will embark on their most extensive headline tour and also plan to make their debut appearance at Suwanee Hulaween​.


The guys have created something so unique in the form a new Spafford record, Abaculus: An Improvisational Experience​, ​out today, August 9th. Starting at 1pm EST, the record will be streaming live via the band’s official Facebook page.


Recorded in a single take at The Pound in Phoenix, AZ, this hour-long cut was entirely improvised, putting on wax what it means to be completely immersed in the moment, without expectation of what will come next. In the words of the band, “As a singular musician, one can only do so much. When we all come together, remove the ego, listen to each other, relax, and have fun, the end result knows no bounds.”


Spafford took a moment to elaborate on the intention behind Abaculus for the Huffington Post. “Listening back to this improvisational session, we were all blown away by it’s power. It had everything you could really want in an album: Danceable grooves with catchy melodies, multiple sections where the music changes drastically, and a very continuous and comfortable flow from start to finish. It was almost as if you could hear the lyrics along with the tunes,” remarks the band.


They continue, “Upon further review, the experience sounded more and more as if it were rehearsed. We all listened and had the patience to let each section expand to become what it wanted to be. When you let go and let the music play itself and it’s genuine, it creates the most magical moments. Essentially, that’s what makes a good album great. That’s what we felt we had done with Abaculus.”


Something deep and spiritual must have been the catalyst for this project, don’t ya think? Wrong! Abaculus started on the hottest day of the summer in Phoenix, AZ. For Spafford, this summer has been a grind, and after several uninspired rehearsals, the band took a day to themselves. What did they do on that day? As bassist Jordan Fairless shares, “We loaded up, went to the waterpark, and spent the day riding every possible ride in the park. It was a day of chili cheese dogs, lazy rivers, and a whole lot of laughter. It was the most fun we had been allowed all summer.”


At a loss for the direction to head in at the following rehearsal, Spafford took a step back to return to their roots. They held this particular rehearsal as a jam session, which is something they’ve done before. For this reason, the band explains that one person starts with a simple phrase or melody and everyone else is required to listen and find their part. There is no verbal or visual communication allowed. After a game of “Nose Goes” it was decided that guitarist Brian Moss​ would begin, and what came out of that day is now known as Abaculus.


After an hour of improvisation among band members — with alternating leads, melodies and movements— the music came to a natural end. They all knew something special had just transpired, and Fairless felt compelled to mix and master the recording, which was miraculously recorded from the getgo.


The word”abaculus” is defined as, “a small tile of glass, marble, or other substance, of various colors, used in making ornamental patterns in mosaic pavements,” or in other words, small pieces part of a much larger work of art. The session resulting in Abaculus is a great example of four musicians — namely Fairless, Moss, Red Johnson and Cameron Laforest ​— coming together and contributing their individual pieces to a much larger work of art.


Listen to Abaculus now!



Go see Spafford do their thing LIVE:


8/10 - 8/13 - Scranton, PA ​- Peach Music Festival


9/2 - Chicago, IL​ - North Coast Music Festival


9/9 - Bellvue, CO​ - Canyon Jam


9/21 - 9/23 - Thornville, OH​ - Resonance Music Festival


9/27 - Charlottesville, VA​ - The Southern


9/28 - Baltimore, MD​ - The 8X10


9/29 - Philadelphia, PA​ - The Foundry @ The Fillmore


9/30 - Brooklyn, NY​ - Brooklyn Bowl


10/1 - Ithaca, NY​ - The Haunt


10/3 - South Burlington, VT​ - Higher Ground Showcase Lounge


10/4 - Hamden, CT​ - The Ballroom at The Outer Space


10/5 - Northampton, MA​ - Iron Horse Music Hall


10/6 - Cambridge, MA​ - The Sinclair


10/7 - Portland, ME​ - Port City Music Hall


10/8 - Albany, NY​ - Lucky Strike Social


10/11 - State College, PA​ - State Theatre


10/12 - Columbus, OH​ - A&R Music Bar


10/13 - Bloomington, IN​ - Bluebird Nightclub


10/14 - Ann Arbor, MI​ - Blind Pig


10/15 - Grand Rapids, MI​ - The Pyramid Scheme


10/17 - Madison, WI​ - Majestic Theatre


10/19 - Columbia, MO​ - Rose Music Hall


10/20 - Nashville, TN​ - Mercy Lounge


10/21 & 10/22 - Asheville, NC​ - Asheville Music Hall


10/24 - Charlotte, NC​ - Visulite Theatre


10/25 - Athens, GA​ - 40 Watt Club


10/27 - 10/29 - Live Oak, FL​ - Suwannee Hulaween


10/31 - New Orleans, LA​ - Parish @ House of Blues


11/2 - Baton Rouge, LA​ - Spanish Moon


11/3 - Houston, TX​ - White Oak Music Hall Upstairs


11/4 - Austin, TX ​- Antone’s Night Club


11/5 - Dallas, TX​ - HoB Cambridge Room


11/7 - Lawrence, KS​ - The Bottleneck


11/8 - Omaha, NE​ - The Waiting Room


11/9 - Denver - CO​ - Ogden Theatre


11/11 - Denver, CO​ - Globe Hall *


11/14 - Seattle, WA​ - Crocodile Cafe


11/15 - Portland, OR​ - Doug Fir Lounge


11/16 - San Francisco, CA​ - The Independent


11/17 - Los Angeles, CA​ - Teragram Ballroom


11/18 - Flagstaff, AZ​ - Orpheum Theater


12/1 - 12/5 - Punta Cana, DR​ - Dominican Holidaze


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