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Friday, January 22nd, 2016

NYC, Easton and DC being rescheduled due to snow.

We were hoping out optimism would win out, but alas the snow has won this time around.

After much debate and weather tracking this weekends show are being rescheduled because on the blizzard.

Tonight’s show in NYC will be rescheduled for another date in the near future. And will be post as soon as the new date gets ironed out.

This Saturday’s show in Easton, MD, as well as this Sunday’s show in Washington DC are also cancelled due to the storm and we will post those rescheduled dates as soon as they come in.

It is always disappointing for us when this happens and thankfully it hasn’t happened to us all that often. Stay safe and warm, and don’t do any driving unless you really have to.

We’ll see you out on the road very soon. And our tour will pick back up on Jan 26 in Lexington, Kentucky. We’ll have some bad weather blues to rock through, so come out ready to party.
Much love and rock ‘n’ roll. -Ward


Wednesday, January 6th, 2016

First Tour of the New Year!!

What better way to kick off the New Year than with a new tour!!

Twangin' in the New Year!!

Our first tour of the year is gonna be taking us to some cities we’ve never visited before and to some cities we hold near and dear. We’re gonna be covering a lot of ground on this one, making our way all the way to Texas and Florida, and we’ll be sharing the stage with some of our favorite acts: The Mavericks, Dale Watson, Blackberry Smoke, The Ben Miller Band!!

Tickets are on sale now, so don’t wait. Message your friends and invite them to join you. Here’s where you can find us.

Jan 9 – New Haven, CT – Cafe Nine, 9:30pm

Jan 22 – NYC – Hill Country NY, 9:30pm

Jan 23 – Easton, MD – Avalon Theatre (Stoltz Listening Room), 8pm

Jan 24 – Washington DC – Hill Country DC (w/ Glenn Yoder), 8pm

Jan 26 – Lexington, KY – Parlay Social, 8pm

Jan 27 – Franklin, TN – Music City Roots w/ Blackberry Smoke, Brian Whelan and more, 8pm

Jan 29 – Fayetteville, AR – George’s Majestic Lounge w/ The Ben Miller Band, 9pm

Jan 30 – Abilene, TX – The Paramount Theatre (Big Winter Dance Party!!) w/ The Derailers, Dale Watson and more, 7pm

Jan 31 – Austin, TX – Cactus Cafe, 8:30pm

Feb 2 – Birmingham, AL – The Nick, 10pm

Feb 3 – Atlanta, GA – Smith’s Olde Bar w/ The Ben Miller Band, 7pm

Feb 4 – Jacksonville, FL – Jack Rabbits w/ The Ben Miller Band, 8pm

Feb 5 – Fort Pierce, FL – Sunrise Theater (Girls Guns & Glory presents A Tribute to Hank Williams), 8pm

Feb 6 – Miami, FL – The Shore Leave Showdown w/ The Mavericks, Dale Watson, The Texas Tornados and more!!, 11am

Gonna be a great run of shows to kick off 2016. We can’t wait to see you out on the road. -Ward, Paul, Josh & Chris


Tuesday, December 22nd, 2015

GGG’s Tribute to Hank Williams Dec 29 thru Jan 2!!

Girls Guns & Glory's 6th Annual Tribute to Hank Williams

Girls Guns & Glory’s 6th Annual Tribute to Hank Williams

We’re very excited to once again be paying tribute one of our biggest influences: Hank Williams.

This year we have 5 very special shows planned around New England, including a rare hometown show at The Sinclair in Cambridge, MA. We only played in Boston once last year and it’s looking like this may be the only time to see GGG in our own backyard in 2016 as well.

Get ready to go honky tonkin’!!


Thursday, December 3rd, 2015

Back in the US and Back on the Road.

What a time we had overseas. 5 weeks of shows, travel, food, drinks, parties, afterparties, sleep, no-sleep, highs, lows and everything in between. The attacks in Paris we no doubt a low-light of our European Tour. We were safely about 4 hours outside of Paris at the time of the attacks. It was a little too close to comfort and we’re all still processing the sadness and loss suffered in this misguided act of terror. The night following the attack we had over 150 ticket cancellations for our show, but over 100 people still came out to rock with us. It was a highlight of the trip for me. Our show that night ended with the crowd on their feet singing along to I Saw the Light and Chris soloing to wild applause with the French flag draped over his shoulders. People sang with tears in their eyes and so did we. It was moving to connect with other people in such a peaceful and joyous way.

There have always been troubled times and we are no doubt finding ourselves in situations that will test us as human beings. But, finding moments of compassion and understanding with other people is a beautiful thing. Violence only instills fear, it doesn’t solve anything. And with the Holiday season getting close, now is as good of a time as any for all of us to share joy and happiness with everyone around us. We all have our own struggles, but having a shoulder to lean on helps in all regards.

For me, being in a foreign land that had just been attacked and seeing people come out with their cowboy boots and hats on really showed the perseverance of the human spirit. Where they did their best to converse with us in their sometimes broken English and vice verse, us trying to converse in our less than stellar French. Hanging out over beers and wine, talking about everything from Edith Piaf to Gram Parsons and feeling united in the spirit of enjoying the moment and a heightened appreciation of the time we still had to spend. It’s something that I’ll never forget.

We’re back in the US and there’s no rest for the weary. We’re actually quite excited to be returning to a few places we visited earlier this year and even hitting a few new markets on this run. Here’s where you can find us Dec 4th thru Dec 11th.

Dec 4 – New London, CT – Garde Arts Center, 8pm

Dec 5 – Albany, NY – The Low Beat, 8pm

Dec 6 – Buffalo, NY – The Sportsmen’s Tavern, 5pm

Dec 8 – Asbury Park, NJ – The Saint, 7pm

Dec 9 – Washington DC – Gypsy Sally’s, 8:30pm

Dec 10 – Wilmington, DE – World Cafe Live @ The Queen, 8pm

Dec 11 – Rehoboth Beach, DE – Dogfish Head, 10pm

Help spread the word, post about these shows on FB and Twitter. And be sure to bring your friends along to the show. See you out on the road!! -Ward, Paul, Josh & Chris


Tuesday, October 13th, 2015

GGG’s 6th Annual Tribute to Hank Williams – Tickets are on sale now!!

We are so excited to announce the dates for this years Tribute to Hank Williams performances. Due to changes in this years tour schedule we didn’t get to perform our annual Tribute to Hank B-Day show this year in Northampton, MA, so we’re brining it to you in December. Plus, we’re visiting a few new cities as well.

We’ve also added a section to the show devoted to songs written about, or that reference, ole Hank Williams. This started last year when we added Fred Eaglesmith’s “Mrs. Hank Williams” to the set list and loved the response we got from fans. We picked some real classics this year, a lot of old favorites and dusted off a couple more Hank obscurities. So, be prepared to cry in your beers, two step on the dance floor and enjoy the timeless music of a true American treasure.

As many of you know we started this tradition to honor Hank Williams, the singer, the songwriter, the American wild man, on the days of the two shows he never got to play: New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day. The world bid farewell to Hank on Jan 1st, 1953 and we strive to keep his music alive and pay our respects to one of our biggest songwriting inspirations as we close out and welcome each passing and coming year, respectively. This year will be no different, except we’ve moved our New Year’s Eve show up to The Riverwalk Cafe in Nashua, NH and we’ll be doing just one show in Cambridge, MA this year at one of the finest venues around: The Sinclair.

Girls Guns & Glory's 6th Annual Tribute to Hank Williams

Girls Guns & Glory’s 6th Annual Tribute to Hank Williams

Get ready to go honky tonkin’, here’s where you can find us:

Dec 29 – Burlington, VT @ Higher Ground, 8pm

Dec 30 – Northampton, MA @ The Parlor Room, 8pm

Dec 31 – Nashua, NH @ The Riverwalk Cafe, 8pm

Jan 1 – Cambridge, MA @ The Sinclair, 8pm

Jan 2 – Fall River, MA @ The Narrows Center for the Arts, 8pm

Invite your friends to come along and get ready for a great night out. Twang on!! -Ward, Paul, Josh & Chris


Friday, July 10th, 2015

Van Fundraiser Update

Well folks, we could not be happier with your show of support. We have hit 100% of our Pledge Music goal for a van and are so grateful for you support and contributions. We can’t wait to hook you up with all the cool stuff you pledged for, you’re gonna love what you ordered. These shirts looks awesome!!

We are going to keep the fundraiser open for the duration of the campaign, so it will come to a close on Wednesday July 15th. So, if you’d like to pledge we still have some really great stuff to offer including Exclusive T-Shirts, Signed Discography, One of a kind artwork, Professionally Framed Prints of Fireworks & Alcohol, Handwritten Lyrics and more.

Every little bit counts and will help us get something safe and reliable to keep us traveling to cities and towns near you. Thank you so much for your contribution and can’t wait to see you out on the road. -Ward, Paul, Josh & Chris


Saturday, June 13th, 2015

Ride the Jackalope!!

Our GGG Jackalope shirts sold out in record time, but fear not, we’ve reordered them and they’ll be back in stock in the next few weeks. We are doing a limited edition run of just 100 more shirts, so don’t hesitate when they come back in. This last batch was gone in less than a week. So, place your order and your shirt will be shipped as soon as these shirts arrive on my doorstep.

Get your Jackalope on.

Get your Jackalope on.


GGG Jackalope T-Shirt




Monday, May 18th, 2015

We’re coming to The Kate in Old Saybrook, CT on June 26th!!

We are very excited to be performing at a venue we’ve heard a great things about over the years. And we’ll be ready to rock ‘n ‘ roll with you all.

Our friends Hellbent & Heartbreakin’ open the show.

GGG at The Kate on June 26th!!

Get your TICKETS today and invite your friends to join you. See you June 26th. -Ward


Monday, May 11th, 2015

Help GGG Get a New Tour Van!!

Howdy folks,
Our van is the 5th member of the band and it’s something that we rely on to get us from city to city, safely and on time. It’s our horse, our trusty steed and something that often feels like our home when we’re on the road. After 300,000 amazing miles our current van, The Old Gray Goose, is on it’s last legs. It’s up on the lift at the mechanics as I am writing this letter.

After weighing our options on what to do next and not wanting to slow our pace of progress and touring, we’ve decided to launch this campaign through Pledge Music to help raise the funds needed to get us a new band vehicle and keep the band on the road.

We really want to make this experience special, so we’ve put together a bunch of exclusive items to offer you in return for your generosity.

Things like VIP Concert Experiences, an exclusive Rufus T-Shirt, a Season Pass to the Narrows Center in Fall River, House Concerts, Naming the Van and a lot more!! You can even become an honorary Hersch for a day, I mean, how cool is that?

Take a look at what we’ve put together for you and let’s have some fun making this project come to fruition. We thank you in advance for your generosity and for your continued support. 2015 has already been an incredible year and we really looking forward to keeping things moving in an upward and ongoing direct. With your help we can make this happen.

Let’s get the wheels in motion!! –Ward, Paul, Josh & Chris


Monday, May 11th, 2015

Twangin’ out with GHS Strings!!

We are very excited to become a GHS Strings Artist.

The first pack of strings I ever owned was a set of GHS Boomers that my parents bought me on a trip to Times Square in NYC. I was probably 8 or 9 years old at the time and was totally sold on the cool packaging and the idea that this would take me one step closer to my rock ‘n’ roll idols.

It would be another 15 years before I actually learned to play the guitar. What can I say, sometimes I work slowly! But, I’ve been a GHS fan since the very moment my desire to make music started turning into something real. Every time I see a pack of GHS strings I can’t help, but think about that day in Times Square.

Twang on!! -Ward