Monday, May 27, 2013

Tie-dye, Humble Pie and the Long Creek Music Festival by Tim Jones

Here's some pics of the massive project Walker and his girl Briana undertook of tie-dying 40 shirts and then hand silk screening this Truth & Salvage Co. logo that Scott Kinnebrew created.  These are one-of-a-kind and extremely limited and for sale at our shows only!

We arrived to Lake Burton, GA under the careful and bright watch of the Full Flower Moon.  It wielded such strong power we had to stay up and watch the sunrise over the lake.

Mike Stockton and the wonderful people at the first annual Long Creek Music Fest put us up in this amazing cabin on another lake.

This machine makes the best ice cubes for drinks.

We had an incredible time blasting out 2 sets of new songs, old faves, and covers by Neil Young, the Grateful Dead, the Band, and Bob Dylan.  The venue and weather couldn't have been more perfect. As soon as we were done we got to hear an incredible band, Gaslight Street, from Charleston. We had a post-show campfire at our cabin with those boys and passed the guitar and bottle around just like every Saturday night should end.

Glenn over at Humble Pie served up 3 delicious pizzas. Make sure you stop in and tell 'em we sent you if you are ever near the northwest corner of South Carolina. We're hoping they do this fest next year and we'll get all y'alls to join us!

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