Great news for those living in Germany and Czech Republic; we’ll be coming your way in January!
So far we’ve been setting up a small tour thru that will take us to some places we haven’t been before – which is awesome – and to some of our favorite places.
We still have a few dates to fill on this run however, so if you can be of any assistance, we’d greatly appreciate that.
We don’t need much, we will travel with 5 guys and a backline, and just need a stage or a floor to come and rock on. Some drinks and food would be nice, a little gas money and even a place to sleep, but that’s all details.
Please get in touch if you know of anything to help out!
When Note to Amy is on the road, all packed into our cozy little van, we love to blast our special playlist and sing along as loud as we can.
Everyone in the band has put some awesome songs on this playlist, and they’re all tracks that have something to do with our band or with being on the road (as you can tell by the titles).
Well, this Wednesday we’ll take of again, hitting Berlin, Hamburg, Osnabruck, Cologne, Den Haag, Tilburg and Gemert, so there’ll be a ton of driving and singing again. Below you’ll find our playlist on Spotify (or just click here), so you can enjoy it too, and share some of the fun. And if you subscribe, you’ll get all the updates too!
Let us know if you have any good additions that we haven’t thought of yet, and we’ll put them on our list, and will sing along to them as well.
But please don’t suggest Winds Of Change, we are terrible whistlers.
* Of course we will also play and sing along to Bad Religion albums and Iron Maiden’s “Life After Death”.
Last weekend we played at the Eurock Marathon, featuring Nina Hagen, and some great bands from all over Europe that we hadn’t met or heard before. We had a lovely time, partied hard, rocked hard, handed out a million flyers for our next German shows, made some friends, went bowling and drove home again.
It was a good taste of Germany so to say, and we are very excited to drive back over there next week, for our “Don’t Call It Schnitzel-tour”.
This trip we’ll be hitting Berlin, Hamburg, Osnabrück and Köln, and in Holland you can catch us in Tilburg, Den Haag and Gemert. All shows are together with our great friends of Berri Txarrak. Check out the shows section on the website to have the last info on our dates, and on where to get your tickets from.
If you would like to know what Note to Amy in Germany looks like, have a look at the video below. It’s a news item on German television about the Eurock Marathon, and it features us playing “Love Is A Dog From Hell”.