Winter’s Fall . . . . video debut today !

Winter’s Fall  At All Angles will be available on 02/15.  Their tour dates are below.
You can pre-order it from us right now, as cds will ship out immediately.  www.velvetbluemusic.com Digital downloads will be available on the 15th.
QRO Magazine was kind enough to premiere their new video today HERE.
Band photo, bio, songs, dates, etc  here.

Winter’s Fall

02/19  Berkeley, CA @ Starry Plough w/ Kissing Cousins
03/01  San Diego, CA @ Casbah w/ Everest
03/02  Los Angeles, CA @ Silver Factory Studios w/ Patrick Joseph
03/03  El Paso, TX @ The Garage
03/04  Austin, TX @ The Mohawk w/ Doug Burr
03/05  Ft. Worth, TX @ Lola’s
03/06  Santa Fe, NM @ The Underground w/ John Courage
03/07  Phoenix, AZ @ Donna Jeans Libations
03/11  San Francisco, CA @ Hotel Utah w/ Weinland
03/13  San Jose, CA @ Johnny’s Bar
If you’d like to help the band promote any of these shows get in touch :  velvet.blue@verizon.net
xoxo
VBM

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