NEWS:

New year, new shows 

We've added a couple of dates! I'm sure we will be adding more in the coming months, but for now you can catch us doing a one night stand at Seattle Tavern & Pool Hall in January, and at The Wages of Sin's annual St. Patrick's Day show at The Sunset in March. 2017 is almost over. Just stick it out a little longer and we will see you in the new year!

WILDERFEST and more... 

Hey there internets!

We have been laying low over the last few months, other than a few gigs here and there, but we are still at it, I assure you, Evidence, you say? Why, we will be dragging this band of mischief makers all the way up to Stanwood next weekend for our only festival appearance of 2017 at the always awesome WILDERFEST! A full lineup has yet to be released, but a little bird told us that Woodshed will be on the bill with us! Actually, it was announced on the WILDERFEST facebook recently. All the same, that's where we will be, and we hope to see you there! We also have a show at the Kraken with The Plurals in mid August! Come out to both and let your hair down. We promise not to tell.

That's it for now. The new album (I know it's been a long wait for this one) is still forming. The concept is taking shape, the songs have been mostly written and are being rearranged to fit the new sound (did I mention we've gone electric?!). We hope to start recording again very soon. More updates on that as things progress.

Also, be sure to check out our other affiliated bands, Coyote Bred (www.coyotebred.com), SUCCESS (www.successseattle.com), and Abram and the Bounders (they don't currently have a website).

Till next time,

A

Ch-Ch-Changes 

Hey folks,
There's been a lot happening in the Crossroads camp over the last few weeks. Lots to catch up on.

First off, there have been some member changes. Our dear friend and founding member, Christian has decided to step away from the group to pursue other interests. We have had the pleasure of playing with Christian for the last 3 years, and while we are sad to see him go, we support his decision. Filling the empty space will be our dear friend and past fill in Kevin "Beans" Martinez (Coyote Bred/Sitting&Waiting). You can see Beans behind the kit starting this Friday night at Substation.

Speaking of, this Friday we will be participating in an excellent benefit concert that our guitar slinger Abram put together, in cooperation with the great WeCount organization. We are joining our friends in Butterflies of Death, and the Pickpocket Revue (amongst others) to raise cash and awareness for our local homeless brothers and sisters in need. It's going down at Substation in Ballard on Friday night, and the performance will be recorded for a live benefit compilation for WeCount. Come kick it and help us help our community.

We also have a burlesque show with Atropa Productions at Highline in celebration of Mardi Gras! weirdo music, sexy ladies, vegan food and booze...what more do you want?

That's it for now. Expect some cool things later this year.
Cheers,
A

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Previous events

WILDERFEST 2017

Wilderfest, 30410 24th Ave NW, Stanwood

The Crossroads Exchange will be returning to WILDERFEST this year! Our set starts at 8pm on Friday night, but be sure to show up early and stay late, cuz it's always a killer time out in the field!

Mardi Gras! w/ Butterflies of Death

Highline, 210 Broadway E., Seattle

Atropa Productions Presents the 4th annual Mardi Gras! A celebration of sex, death and southern discomfort with live music, burlesque, beads, food and more!

Live musical performances by Butterflies of Death The Crossroads Exchange

Burlesque performances by: Bunny Rarebits Lilith Moon Rian Ryn Solange Corbeau Bettie Fever (Vancouver) Ruby T. Gray and your host Bella Lunacy

With Panty Bosses El Marie Catastrophe and Betty Mae from Capital City Dolls

$15 adv / $20 door. 21+ only

As per tradition, we will also be hosting a costume contest for the King and Queen of Mardi Gras. This is a non gendered, applause based, fun competition that anyone can take part of!

Sponsored in part by: Panache and The New York Xchange! You can get tickets and your costume shopping done in one place! Tickets purchased there will receive a 20% discount on accessories!

*This is, as always, an event that will not tolerate any bigotry.

WeCount Benefit Concert

The Substation, 645 NW 45th St., Seattle

Friday, February 17 at the Substation in Seattle, it's the ...

WeCount Benefit Show!

The Pickpocket Revue Butterflies of Death The Crossroads Exchange Abram and the Bounders + Leaders in the Social Service Community! + Special Guests! + Raffles & Prizes! + AND we're recording the show for a LIVE BENEFIT ALBUM!

Join us to learn more about helping others in your community! Come out for a great awareness-raising evening for a great cause, WeCount.org. Local original music, visual art, and community leaders. 100% of proceeds go DIRECTLY to helping those in need.

BUY TICKETS HERE: http://wecount.brownpapertickets.com/

Two Cow Garage/Success/Crossroads Exchange

The Funhouse, E. Eastlake Ave, Seattle

Saturday October 15th (21 & Over) FUNHOUSE - LATE Two Cow Garage Success The Crossroads Exchange Michael Dean Damron $8 ADV / $10 DOS Doors at 9:30pm Show at 10:00pm

May15

10 Million Rays Of Light Benefit

Columbia City Theater, 4916 Ranier Ave S, Seattle

The  10
 Million
 Rays  of
 Light
 Campaign  is
 inspired  by
 the
 mission
 of
 designer  entrepreneur  Alice
 Chun,
  Founding
 President
 of
 New
 York  City  based
 Solight
 Design,
 singer
 songwriter
 and
 environmentalist  Lara   Lavi
 and
 emergency
 medic
 humanitarian  Alison
 Thompson  to
 bring
 renewable
 solar
 light
 to
 electricity
  poor
 people
 around
 the
 world
 and
 help  with  urgent
 needs
 in
 critical  places
 like  Haiti,
 Nepal
 and
 even  for
  the  Syrian
 refugees  landing
 in
 Greece.
   The
 campaign  launches  May
 15,
 2016  with  an
 already
 sold  out
  youth
 concert
 featuring
 Gypsy
 Temple,
 at
 the
 historic  99
 year  old
 Columbia  City  Theater
 in
 Seattle,   Washington
 but
 quickly
 goes  viral
 around
 the
 world.
 

May13

Friday the 13th at Hangar 205

Hangar 205, 205 Airport Way S., Renton

The Crossroads Exchange are setting up shop for the evening at Hangar 205 in Renton. We will be performing songs from our album Black Train, our follow up album in progress, and more! We will be doing about 4 hours of music, so swing in for a bit and hang out.

Apr9

Ray Rocket, Rev Peters, Andy Wylie at the Kraken

The Kraken, 5257 University Way NE, Seattle

Ray Rocket (Teenage Bottlerocket) Rev Peters (Success) Andy Wylie (The Crossroads Exchange)

Ray Rocket has a new solo record coming out on Rise Records and he's hitting the road to show it off. He's joined by Rev Peters of Success and Andy Wylie of The Crossroads Exchange for a night of acoustic punk at Seattle's premier punk dive, The Kraken.

Mar25

Crossroads Exchange, Timmy Tombstone, and special guests

The Mirkwood, 117 E. Division St., Arlington

We will be joining our pal Timmy Tombstone and other surprise guests at the lovely Mirkwood in Arlington! Check back for more details to be announced.