January 27th, 2009 , by John Beeler
If you’re one of the record-player-owning-types (like ourselves), and you enjoy approachable gospel duets (like we do), you should know that The Welcome Wagon’s debut album, Welcome to the Welcome Wagon is now available on vinyl for $12.99. Buy it here.
Sufjan Stevens, who produced the album and helped a little here and there, is providing a track-by-track written documentary on our newly relaunched Sidebar. Read it here.
And finally, if the virtual and vinyl don’t quite do it for you, you can catch The Welcome Wagon in Brooklyn at Southpaw, supporting Andy Friedman & The Other Failures at their release party on Thursday, January 29th.
December 19th, 2008 , by John Beeler
December 15th, 2008 , by John Beeler
Sorry everyone, but The Welcome Wagon’s Welcome to the Welcome Wagon is currently out of stock. We hope to have some more in soon, and apologize for the inconvenience.
December 6th, 2008 , by John Beeler
The Welcome Wagon will release their first album ever next week, and we are the better record label for it. It’s been in our musical playback devices for some time now, and we’re very happy to finally let everyone else lend a listen.
You can buy the CD right now for $10 (+S&H) by clicking here.
Next week The Welcome Wagon will be playing with a well-stocked backup band at St. Paul’s Lutheran Church in Brooklyn (map here), at 8pm Tuesday December 9th. Fellow Brooklynites Andy Friedman & The Other Failures will open. Tickets are $10 at the door, or $8 if you bring along a canned good for the Southside Food Pantry.
May 8th, 2008 , by John Beeler
You can catch a live show by pastor/wife duo The Welcome Wagon, who will be playing the Tap Bar in the Knitting Factory, NY, tonight, Thursday, May 8th. They’ll be opening a show for Ohbijou and Stars Like Fleas at 8pm. Doors open 7pm at the Knitting Factory and it’s just $7 advance, $8 at the door. The Welcome Wagon’s Vito and Monique will be joined by brothers Jay and Alex Foote on upright bass and electric guitar. It’s a family affair.