“Sing Me Away” live at Gadgetbox Studios

1. The Boom Boom Room was just an awesome time. We had so much fun. Thank you Wooster and Eliquate, and everyone who made it out and stayed late to see us on Tuesday night. Our next show is this Saturday the 21st and we’re excited about it. We are back at the Crepe Place, supporting Amee Chapman and the Velvet Tumbleweeds.

2. Here’s another, in our series of videos leading up to the release of “Waiting For You.” We shot this live performance late one night in the studio after a long day of tracking.

Boom Boom Room Looms

We have been having a lot fun releasing a few videos (with more to come) and preparing to release some music, not to mention some awesome gigs the past few weeks. We’ve got one coming up that we’re real excited about. It’s at the Boom Boom Room in San Francisco on Tuesday April 17th, and we will be playing with fellow Santa Cruz bands Wooster and Eliquate

In the heart of the Fillmore, right across the street from the legendary venue. Santa Cruz will be represented well. 
Some other quick announcements;
Still in post production of “Waiting For You” but its getting closer by the day, and we will have a release date in the very near future.
The lineup for the Redwood Mountain Faire was released recently, and besides the fact that we will be playing at it again (Saturday June 2, 12:00 PM Meadow Stage), its going to be an awesome weekend. Here’s the lineup (including Wooster, Brothers Comatose, Sherry Austin and Henhouse, David Lindley,The Soft White Sixties, and much more). Save a few bucks and buy your tickets early.
If you haven’t seen either of the two videos we have released thus far, by all means visit our youtube channel. (Or view the previous posts on this blog)

Part 1: The Coffis Brothers & The Mountain Men at Gadgetbox

A look behind the scenes at our January studio session.

“Waiting for You” is the name of the single and we’re real close to having it ready. Until then we have more videos coming your way in the very near future. This is part one of a two part documentary of what we did and how we did it at Gadgetbox studios this past January.

Upcoming Shows

April 6th – First Friday, Museum of Art and History, Santa Cruz
April 8th – Torch Club, Sacramento

Thinking “Troutside” the Box (HA!)

We’re playing at the Felton Trout Farm Saturday February 25th with Santa Cruz dudes Deep Ellum. Looking forward to it! Showtime 9 PM.

Next Friday March 2nd we are opening for Brothers Comatose at the Crepe Place! Hit the tab near the top of the page for more details and tickets. 

See ya at the Trout!

January Studio Session, New Music on the Horizon

A month into 2012 and big things are happening in Mountain Men land. We started off the month with one of our most fun and rambunctious shows to date at Don Quixote’s on January 6th
The next week we headed into Gadgetbox Studios in Santa Cruz, where we recorded our debut album last January, and got to work on two brand new singles, Waiting For You and Your Heart My Love.
We’re really excited with what we came away with and can’t wait to share these songs with you, along with a bunch of cool video footage. We’ll definitely keep you posted on all of that as we prepare it all for release in the coming months. We really think we’ve taken a large step forward, maybe even a leap, with this new material, so get ready for a bunch of new content (songs! videos!) this Spring/Summer 2012.

Here’s a visual taste of how it all went down. 

Waiting For You/Your Heart My Love coming out soon!

D.Q’s January 6th!

We will be back at Don Quixote’s in Felton this Friday, January 6th. We are excited, because quite frankly, it’s our favorite place to play. Show starts at 8 P.M and Amee Chapman opens. 10 dollar tickets will be available at the door the night of the show. Our guitarist Kyle Poppen is back on the west coast for the first time since August as if you needed another reason to come. See you there!

Happy New Year!

Hotel Utah Dec. 21st! Don Quixote’s Jan. 6th!

What an awesome year 2011 was for us. Got to play with some awesome bands, met tons of cool people at tons of cool places. Oh yea and we released an album. (She’s a doozy of a stocking stuffer btw) We don’t want it to end. Looking back at where we were at this time last year gives a strong sense of accomplishment. We are so grateful for the unbelievable amount of support we’ve received over the last 12 months.
Having said that 2011 is not over and we’re excited about ending the year in style, and then, starting the new year in style, as it were. We’ve got some really cool shows coming up that we’re quite excited about.

We’re going to be in San Francisco at The Hotel Utah Saloon on December 21st!

Its our first time at Hotel Utah and our last show of 2011. Tickets are cheap!

And then, after the holidays (which seems like a million years from now I know) its the big one. We’re coming back to our old stomping grounds. We will be playing at Don Quixote’s in Felton on Friday January 6th. We haven’t played with our scintillating guitarist, Kyle Poppen since he bounced out to Boston for school in August. We’ve missed him dearly and he will be back on stage with us at Don Q’s and we are looking forward to hearing him tear it up on the Les Paul as much as you are.

Kyle Poppen! Don Quixote’s January 6th!

Many more details will be forthcoming concerning January 6th, stay tuned. In the meantime, mark your calendars, 8 pm January 6th, Felton CA.

Thanks for stopping by we’ll be seeing you soon.

Gimme Moe’s (Alley)

We’ve been having a lot of fun in November, and right before we take an ever so brief hiatus to eat some turkey and pumpkin pie, we want to tell you about some cool stuff coming up.  We’re making our return to Santa Cruz institution Moe’s Alley on November 29th.

We will be sharing the stage with a couple of cool acts. Buster Blue from Reno, and fellow Santa Cruz residents The McCoy Tyler Band. Check em out. Should be a fun show, not to mention, about as good as gets on a Tuesday night. The Mountain Men will be in attendance (meaning it will be a full band performance for us), looking forward to it.
We will be heading up to Sacramento the first weekend in December with shows at Marilyn’s on K and Naked Coffee on the 3rd and 4th of December respectively. 
Thank you everyone who saw us play, or even paid any attention to us this month. It has been an incredible amount of fun. Help us close out November in style and come share an evening with us on the 29th at Moe’s Alley. 
Moe’s Alley, Tuesday November 29th,
Buster Blue, The Coffis Brothers and the Mountain Men, The McCoy Tyler Band
8:30 P.M

Videos! Shows! Loud Noises!

First of all check out our first unofficial official music video! (Get a free download of this song on the right hand side of this page)

Special thanks to George Chadwick for shooting it! Find a few more videos we have posted recently here.

In other news, November continues to be one of the busier (and most fun) months of our musical careers. Next up we are  very much looking forward to returning to Club Fox in Redwood City this Thursday November 17th. San Francisco band Allofasudden starts off the night. We will also be heading up to Davis to play at Woodstock’s on Friday November 19th.

We’re excited to see our name on this marquee again!

Santa Cruz friends will be happy to hear we will be back in the area on November 29th at world famous Moe’s Alley as part of a folk/americana/rock&roll triple header with Buster Blue and fellow Santa Cruzans Mccoy Tyler Band.

In the meantime we’re excited about this week. Club Fox Nov. 17th! Don’t miss it!