February/March News

Our new concert series continues Friday March 7 at the Coffee Gallery Backstage in Altadena….read on!  
Hi again, Friends,  
Well, our first two “Woodshed Sessions” are under our belt, with the series beginning in January.  The series has been a big success so far.  We’re continuing to debut brand new songs with each show and have some exciting new material for our March 7th show, where we’re delighted to welcome our good friend Tracy Newman as our special guest. 
“The Woodshed Sessions” will be our new “workout room” where we debut new songs we’re writing and preparing for a new album, just to get them on their feet.  Also each month we’ll be featuring a different local songwriter we love who will also be bringing new works to the stage.  The shows will be relaxed and living-room like in the spirit of experimentation and innovation.  
Visit the Coffee Gallery website at www.coffeegallery.com and 
THEN CALL 626-798-6236 to make your reservations!
Other NewsBits:
Top Ten Americana Albums for 2013 on No Depression
Our newest album “White Swan” is on No Depression’s Top 10 albums for 2013!  Read It Here on No Depression!  http://www.nodepression.com/profiles/blog/show?id=2342817%3ABlogPost%3A1030851&commentId=2342817%3AComment%3A1031006&xg_source=activity 
Earbits Radio
Our music has been selected for airplay on Earbits Radio!  Check it out here!
Charting on Roots Music Report 
“White Swan” is now charting on the combined internet and terrestrial chart for The Roots Music Report’s Weekly Top 50 California Album Chart for the Week of Feb 15, 2014.  Check it out!
Pandora Radio ~ Find the Hilonesome Band on Pandora!
Mac users also look for us on the new iTunes Radio.  
Boulevard Music Teaching
I’ve been put on the roster at Boulevard Music in Culver City as a voice instructor, teaching vocal technique for bluegrass and folk music styles in private sessions. Call Boulevard Music to schedule your voice lessons!  Visit www.boulevardmusic.com 
“Singin’ the Moon Up” on FolkWorks  
My latest column is now posted on FolkWorks, this month about Jean Ritchie’s favorite song from “Old Christmas,” the Southern Harmony’s  “Brightest and Best.” 

Source: The Susie Glaze New Folk Ensemble Blog