Last night in Fort Collins, Colorado, the New Orleans-based soul-rock band The Revivalists launched their massive Still Feeling Good From Yesterday Tour. The band will be playing about 30 shows all over the map -- including a sold out show at Denver’s Ogden Theatre on Feb. 4 and a date at LA’s Fonda Theatre on Feb. 8 -- before wrapping up with a performance at Emo’s in Austin, Texas on April 15.
To mark the occasion, the group’s saxophonist Rob Ingraham has resumed posting his funny, thoughtful musings on the band’s blog page. In the first entry, Ingraham touches on everything from the joys of a proper tour bus to the mysteries of the Indian food buffet to the way a rainstorm outside of his tent provided him with perspective on the world.
Today, Ingraham followed up with a new post that veers from the importance of punctuation (by way of a Mighty Mighty Bosstones lyric) to the architecture of Park City, Utah. Ingraham’s writing style is highly tangential and self-deprecating, yet his posts are clever in both substance and structure. If these entries are any indication, the band’s blog should be a highly entertaining read for fans throughout their tour.
The Revivalists are also renowned for their energetic live performances, so be sure to pick up tickets to select shows right here on AXS.com as soon as you’re done catching up on their blog posts. Revisit their hit song “Wish I Knew You” in the video above and navigate below to watch an exclusive performance of their song “Navigate Below.”