Evil Scarecrow kick off their new Pledge campaign and here are a few words from them about it!
A New Pledge campaign to keep us on the road! A chance to get our old out-of-print back catalogue. That’s right, we’re repressing all of our old CDs.
We need a new van to keep the Evil Scarecrow live show rolling, help us stay on the road!
The Evil Scarecrow live show is the best representation of the band. We want to keep touring and getting our live show to fans old and new around the UK and beyond! Touring and equipment are expensive, more expensive than most bands let on, and over the years it has bled our bank accounts dry leaving us with a bit of a conundrum, we need a new van before ours completely falls to pieces and we would like to buy one that will last us for a long time and house us for longer journeys so that we can reach our fans far and wide. With your support we can raise enough cash through Pledge sales to buy a decent van and keep this show on the road!
To achieve this we’re releasing some exclusive goodies: our acoustic shows and reprinting our out-of-stock back catalogue. So, get pledging at the link below and help us make sure we can keep touring.
5th September – Headlining MacMillan Fest, Rescue Rooms, Nottingham
26th September – Headlining MacMillan Fest, Thekla, Bristol
17th October – Legends Of Rock, The Originals, Great Yarmouth, Norfolk
30th October – Garage London, supporting Wednesday 13 (few tickets left)
31st October – Garage London, supporting Wednesday 13 (Sold Out)
They’re are now confirmed as headliners for a second MacMillan Fest show, which is the first MacMillan Festival ever to be held at Thekla in Bristol on September 26th. With the Nottingham MacMillan Fest on the 5th September, Evil Scarecrow are really happy to be able to support this foundation at both shows.
Along with Nazareth, ELP’s Legacy, Uli Jon Roth, Wolfsbane and many more, they will be playing the Legends Of Rock, The Originals at Great Yarmouth, 16 -19th October, which is guaranteed to be a blast!
They are also supporting Wednesday 13 at the Garage in London on Oct 30th & 31st . To keep in sync
with Wednesday 13, they’ll be playing different sets both nights; their Sci Fi set on the Friday 30th (tickets selling fast for this one) and their Spooky set on Halloween night, Saturday 31st (which is now Sold Out)
Evil Scarecrow are:
Dr Rabid Hell, vocals, guitars
Brother Dimitri Pain, guitars
Kraven Morrdeth, bass
Princess Luxury, keyboards
Ringmaster Monty Blitzfist, drums