Olsonville played the 3 Crows in Delano last night, and you must put it on your cruising list. This spot is picture perfect, sitting along the Crow River (what are the other 2 crows?), with a sweet patio and a staff and patrons you just want to sit down and talk with over a saki or latte. Below is the owner Gina. 3 Crows emails go rigtht to her, not to customer service. The patrons come from Delano and all over, and I was surprised to see a tip jar overflowing at the end of the night. We would have had them donate to charity, but what the heck, it's a downpayment on a Russian yacht, so I'll take it. Love you, 3 Crows! Next up, the gift mothers are clamoring for: Olsonville this Sunday, 6PM at the 318 cafe in Excelsior.
You might say the word for Spring pastures is "ripe," not "fresh," and no one will argue except the shirt printer, who's working on this fabulous design by Chris Henderson.
And these shirts are FREE! FREE! FREE! to fashion-conscious folks who share our Facebook post! You can pick up yours--or a FREE!...(sorry, I'm told FREE works) New Americana CD at our Manitou Station show May 17th at 9PM in White Bear Lake.
But why wait? Here are two shows where you can get free CDs for sharing the link.
This Thursday at 7:30PM we're at the 3 Crows in Delano, a room renowned by music lovers around the country (and county).
This Sunday May 12 at 6PM at the 318 in Excelsior, give your wife/mother/aunt the gift every mom craves: Olsonville. Free Roses to first 50 ladies.
Can't wait to see all our friends in Olsonville!
Olsonville as trio cut it up in Saint Paul this weekend. I was banging on a New York Behr? piano which was in tune with the universe but maybe not earthly instruments. A lot of spirits came through the old upright. Cory Carter snapped his electric bass right to life even after a day of landscape work. Haralds Bondaris was his usual swinging self on drums. Pat had a pass to play with Daisy Dillman that night. Another night and another chance to smooth out the rough spots--every outing getting a little closer. But every outing there are new tunes, too. We can't resist playing new material because it energizes us, even with the occasional miss. Grateful to friends from both the west side and east side showing up. This just proves we can all just get along. Can you help us get the word out about a bigger show at Manitou Station in White Bear Lake on May 17th? We'd like it to be a regular night like the 318. Keep the good vibes coming!