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This face: Come see it October 18th in Savannah 📸: @anna_heritage #patsycline #walkingaftermidnight #singer #coversong #bassist
This was from a show we played with @che.apalache up in Chuckstown. We’re fans. Go check out their new album for all you “latingrass” fans. @belafleckbanjo produced the album so you know it’s certified gold. See y’all October 18th in Savannah! Headed up to Asheville mañana y’all!
Opening for @cusses_theband back in the day @thejinx912 for an extra spooky set. That was a special evening solo looping and a hella special crowd for taking it all in. So much love to Savannah 🙏🏽
Dream venue alert🚨 Lulu will be playing the Biltmore August 19th in Asheville, NC. “Living a dream in permanent ink”-lyrics from the upcoming album... Stay tuned 🤘🏽🙏🏽 📷: Jordan
Fun fact: I have a twin brother. He is a classically trained violist. He refuses to play with me. But I haven’t given up hope so I’d like to introduce our newest member of Lulu the Giant! My beautiful brother @mshaner90 ! Sidenote: DEAREST SAVANNAH, we will be back in you and are looking forward to announcing a very special fall show. We do see your messages, we hear you. We are excited to play in our beautiful home city once again for our second original music show this year. It’s been a great year for us on the road and we are thankful for your love that Keeps us going. Details will be announced on our website and an even more special super top secret show will be hosted by us for our always loyal following. Shoutout to my twin for joining us, thank you so much for your fanship, we are stoked. As always, Stay tuned 🤘🏽
Thank you to Chatham County Living Magazine for the feature. From pages 44-52 I “bass”ically go into detail about how important arts programs in low-income neighborhood public schools are necessary for the overall growth of a city. I talk about my disappointment with the current city council cutting the arts budget for these programs in our fair hometown. I talk about how incredible my band is and how amazing it is to be able to play music as a full-time musician. I talk about how thankful I am for fans and friends and family for allowing me to continue this journey. I don’t know if you know this, if it’s not clear by now, the only reason I was ever able to have an opportunity to play any instrument at all was because of the arts programs in the public schools I attended in Savannah, GA. Playing instruments or even being introduced to the arts would have been out of reach for me and my family in our socio-economic bracket. I am so incredibly grateful for these programs, the teachers that brought me to these stages, and for all of you supporting me now. Please take a moment to right your alderman, mayor, governor, and residing powers letter about the importance of arts in schools. Take another moment to support the performing and visual arts in your city. We need you. We appreciate you. Thank you again for this opportunity and for all those who came out to our second album release this past February. We will be playing a very special show this fall and would love to see you all there, Savannah. Details will be announced and tickets will be limited for intention and attention. Thank you again for your continued support. The second album “Solid Gold” is now mastered and available on all platforms. Article and photos by Eric Love. https://issuu.com/withyouinmindpublications/docs/001s_727a803a336033/44 Shoutout to @gypsyworldsavannah for the style as always. P.S.S. Our most talented friend and guitarist will be releasing his album “Just Breathe” this Saturday @coastalempirebeer from 7-10pm. Free and accessible and open to the public. His single “one more lie” is out now on all platforms. Many thanks y’all! Stay tuned...🤘🏽