Drive-by Truckers at Harvest Records

Mark the calendars, folks, cause the Drive-By Truckers and Langhorne Slim will be playing in-stores at Harvest Records on Record Store Day.

Record Store Day is April 17. That’s a Saturday. Which is a totally rulin’ day for it to be. It’s also the second day of a two-night run for the wildly-popular alt-Southern rock band at the Orange Peel. The Truckers play there on Friday, April 16 and Saturday, April 17. With, not coincidentally, Avett Brothers-favored folk-rocker Langhorne Slim.

Here’s the good word from Matt at Harvest:

“Drive-By Truckers and Langhorne Slim will be performing in Harvest Records on Saturday, April 17 in celebration of the 3rd annual RECORD STORE DAY! On this fabulous day Harvest will have tons of limited CDs, LPs and 7″s that will be available exclusively to fine independent record stores around the country. For full details and to see what is going to be available that day go to and”

Stay tuned for other exciting Record Store Day events. Last year, Static Age hosted two nights of music, including seminal garage-rock band Reigning Sound and prog-jazz outfit Ahleuchatistas (incidentally, now a duo) … awesome. 


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