Drew Thams In Salt Lake City
The Liquorsmiths’ fearless leader Drew will be playing a solo show on Saturday, October 14th at Garage on Beck in Salt Lake City. The show starts at 9PM, so don’t be a poser and come on out and join Drew for another grand adventure in the SLC. Tell ‘em Heroin Bob sent you.
The Liquorsmiths Return To The Seven Grand
On Friday, August 4th, The Liquorsmiths will make their triumphant return to The Seven Grand. The show is free, so there’s no worthy excuse not to come on out and sing, dance, drink, laugh, and cry (not necessarily in that order) together.
If you haven’t yet, make sure to grab yourself a copy of “All My Friends Are Fighters” before the show from Inhesion Records and be prepared to sing loudly.
“All My Friends Are Fighters” Album Release Show
On Friday, August 19th, The Liquorsmiths’ new album “All My Friends Are Fighters” is being released by Inhesion Records. In celebration, the boys will be playing at Soda Bar that night in their hometown of San Diego. Show starts at 8:30pm. Come on out and join the celebration!
If you can’t make it out, you can always order your copy of the album directly from Inhesion Records.
Carlsbad Music Festival 2016
The lads hit the stage twice at 4:30pm and again at 6:30pm on Saturday, June 18th, and they’ll have free tickets to give away for their upcoming House of Blues show.
Check out the full festival schedule and come on out for some adventurous music by the beach.
2016 Winter Tour
With the new year comes a host of opportunities to see The Liquorsmiths play live! First, Drew Thams will be doing a quick solo tour across the southern U.S., kicking off in Atlanta (hometown of their label, Inhesion Records, and producer, Jeremy Grelle) on January 9th. The whole band will then convene in the desert to record songs for their next album (to be released in 2016), and then return to their home confines of southern California for a pair of shows. Come on out and join in the revelry!
The Liquorsmiths at Soda Bar with Gill Landry
This Saturday night 11/7 Drew and Ryan will perform an acoustic set at Soda Bar, opening for Gill Landry (of Old Crow Medicine Show) and Stelth Ulvang (of The Lumineers)! Tickets are $15 (click here to purchase) and doors are at 8:30pm. It’s sure to be a good time!
Pre-Order Available For “This Book Belongs To”
The album is being released to all digital retailers, as well as on CD and (we’re especially excited about this one) a very limited pressing of 180g audiophile-quality vinyl. Additionally, we’ve made available a special t-shirt, handcrafted by Drew Thams himself, that will only be available as part of a pre-order bundle. If you place your pre-order through the website, you will immediately receive 3 additional downloads of tracks that won’t be available anywhere else until the release. In addition, all pre-orders will include a free digital copy of the bonus EP, “Live Acoustic at Inhesion Studios”. Place your order today to get in on the action.
The early media reviews have been stellar, the excitement has been building, and we can’t wait to be able to put this record in your hands. This ride is still just getting started, but moving awfully fast and we’re stoked to have you along on the journey.
Raving Reviews For “This Book Belongs To”
The early reviews of The Liquorsmiths’ upcoming EP (due August 21st from Inhesion Records) have been stellar. Here are a few of our favorites:
- The Liquorsmiths’ ‘This Book Belongs To’ is timeless, barrel-aged Americana - AXS
- Why We Gave The Liquorsmiths 5 Stars for 'This Book Belongs To’ - Scallywag Magazine
- The Liquorsmiths - This Book Belongs To - 'Sleeping Bag Studios’
- The Liquorsmiths - 'This Book Belongs To’ - Indiemunity
- The Liquorsmiths - 'This Book Belongs To’ (Inhesion Records) - The Big Takeover
The Liquorsmiths Spend A Few Days In The Desert
The summer live show extravaganza continues as The Liquorsmiths head for Arizona. A full slate of shows to be found there this weekend. Come one, come all to get your fix!
- June 26th @7pm - Sip Coffee and Beer House, Scottsdale, AZ
- June 27th @12pm - Flagstaff Folk Festival, Flagstaff, AZ
- June 27th @7pm - Altitudes Bar & Grill, Flagstaff, AZ
If you’re an AZ local, keep your ears pointed at the radio airwaves, as rumor has it you may even catch the boys there as well this weekend…more to come as details emerge…
The Liquorsmiths at The Carlsbad Music Festival Village Walk
This Saturday, June 20th, The Liquorsmiths will be playing in not one, not two, but THREE different spots during the Carlsbad Music Festival Village Walk. Come on out and catch them at one (or all!) of the following locations:
- 6:00 at the Glass and Mirror Shoppe
- 7:00 at Boar Cross'n
- 9:00 at Garcia’s Sidewalk
The Liquorsmiths Live in June
The Liquorsmiths have a stellar lineup of shows coming up this month. Be sure to catch one (or a few) near you. The band may have some special previews on hand for their upcoming EP “This Book Belongs To”. Plus you never know what surprises may be in store.
- June 6th - Valley Center Music Festival - Valley Center, CA
- June 19th - Seven Grand w/ Creature and The Woods - San Diego, CA
- June 20th - Carlsbad Music Festival - Carlsbad, CA
- June 26th @7pm - Sip Coffee and Beer House - Scottsdale, AZ
- June 27th - Flagstaff Folk Festival - Flagstaff, AZ
Drew Thams solo:
The Liquorsmiths @ The Sycamore Den
The Liquorsmiths return to the Sycamore Den (Normal Heights, San Diego) with special guest Justin Rodriguez (Counterfit, Silverbird), for the final performance of their residency.
We will laugh, cry, sing and drink to the occasion. See you Sunday- 9pm, Free, 21+
Artists To Watch at Adams Avenue Unplugged
“Thirsty for some booze-soaked Americana with a melodic pop twist? This trio featuring guitarist/vocalist Drew Thams, multi-instrumentalist Ryan Fisher and drummer Clayton Payne has a tall, cool drink for you. The Liquorsmiths have been a near-constant presence on San Diego stages over the last year or so, with a recent headlining show at House of Blues and an ongoing monthly residence at Normal Heights’ Sycamore Den under their belts. If you’re not familiar with the band already, you will be. Check ’em out.”
It’s Time to Welcome The Liquorsmiths
“The seats that were empty at 9pm are gone now, and the band kicks off with “Blank Page,” a good intro to the Liquorsmith sound: tom-toms thump on the right, with a snare from the left, creating an undercurrent that the guitar’s power strums and Thams’ urgent vocal ride over the top of. It is a unique and captivating combination of sounds – there aren’t any other bands that sound like this. The band’s dynamics center on various drum rhythms, the lightness or urgency of the guitar strumming, and Thams’ soulful vocals.”