Just in case you missed it, New Albany natives Zak Appleby, Matt Myers and Shane Cody, the musicians who together and form the band Houndmouth, were featured last weekend on CBS Saturday Sessions promoting their fourth album, “Good For You.”
For the record, Houndmouth was the very first band to appear on the CBS Saturday Sessions eight years ago. The Indiana group was formed in 2011 and will release its new album on Nov. 5.
The performance videos and album were recorded in Cody’s New Albany home, an 18th-century shotgun-style building fondly called “The Green House.”
And when there is a new album in play, a live tour can’t be far off.
After Houndmouth’s CBS Saturday Sessions performance this past weekend, the blues-rock band set off to perform a slew of shows on its fall tour, including Webster Hall in New York City, Washington D.C.’s Lincoln Theater, two nights at Thalia Hall in Chicago and in Louisville at Old Forester’s Paristown Hall, 724 Brent St., on Nov. 24. Tickets to Houndmouth’s Thanksgiving week show in Louisville are on sale at kentuckyperformingarts.org.
All performances at Kentucky Performing Arts venues, including Paristown Hall, require patrons to provide printed proof of a negative COVID-19 test within 72-hours prior to entering the venue or be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 (at least two weeks after final dose) at the time of the event and provide proof of vaccination, either the original vaccination card or a printed copy of the vaccination card with an appropriate ID matching the name on your documentation.
From Lollapalooza, Bonnaroo, and SXSW to Conan, Letterman, and more, Houndmouth has continuously transformed humble, Indiana-bred folk into platinum-selling singles and sold-out tours. The trio most recently played Louisville in July 2021 during a free outdoor performance which was part of the WFPK Waterfront Wednesday series at Louisville’s Waterfront Park.
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