Upstate NY band Releases Summer Tour Dates, Audio and Video from ‘All Points North’ album release show.
Formula 5 began its 2017 Summer Tour this week, kicking things off at Disc Jam Music Festival, with stops at Woodhendge Music Art and Sustainability Festival and Shade Festival later this month.
The jam-oriented rockers swing through the Midwest and New York throughout July and August, performing three shows on historic waterways of their native New York State, with a hometown celebration on August 25th as they headline the 200 year anniversary of steamboats on Lake George.
Formula 5 also released audio and video from their April 15 album release show for ‘All Points North,’ the third studio album from the quartet. Featuring Bryan Brundige (trombone) and Phil Chow (trumpet), the album was performed live start to finish in the first set of the celebration of the album’s release. Jambase said of the album: “At times the band sounds like old heroes like moe. and God Street Wine, while at other times they veer into more modern terrain like electronica and fusion. They clearly celebrate all corners of the musical landscape and the album makes no bones about incorporating long segments and heady instrumental acrobatics.”
Listen to the show on F5Jams.com and watch below:
All Points North was produced, recorded and mixed by Bryan Brundige at Overit Studios in Albany, NY and Mastered by Michael Schoonmaker at Gigantic Mastering.
Formula 5 Summer Tour 2017
June 23 Woodhendge Music Art and Sustainability Festival, Adams, NY
June 24 Shadefest, Avenue, MD
July 8 The Riverboat Bar, Alexandria Bay, NY
July 9 Garcia’s at The Capitol Theatre, Portchester, NY
July 12 – Notes, Columbus, OH
July 13 – Stanley’s, Cincinnati, OH
July 15 – Kenny’s, Peoria, IL
July 19 – 8×10 Club, Baltimore, MD*
July 20 – Tellus360, Lancaster, PA
Aug. 3 – The Werk Out Music Festival, Thornville, OH
Aug. 5 – Lucille’s at B.B. Kings, NYC (post-Phish)
Aug. 8 – Dutch Apple Boat Cruise, Albany, NY
Aug. 25 – Rock the Dock, Lake George, NY^
Aug. 31 – The Westcott Theater, Syracuse, NY#
Sept. 1 – Buffalo Iron Works, Buffalo, NY#
* supporting The Jauntee
^ with Mister F, Goose and Capital Zen
# supporting Pigeons Playing Ping Pong