A complete list of stations that carry
Mountain Stage can be found here:
The following week their set will be posted at NPR.org/mountainstage and
archived for continued access.
Due to popular demand… we have printed up more of these impressive “Sugar Skull” T-Shirts just in time for your Holiday shopping! Order now for the best size availability.
Calexico “Sugar Skull” T-shirt
Black with many colors
Mens & Ladies Style – S, M, L, XL
$25 US & Canada
**Tickets on sale Friday 20 November 2009**
Friday, 26 February 2010 – PERTH FESTIVAL MUSIC BOX Perth WA www.perthfestival.com.au
Sunday, 28 February 2010 – HOTEL GREAT NORTHERN Byron Bay NSW www.thenorthern.com.au or Oztix 1300 762 545
Tuesday, 2 March 2010 – HI-FI Brisbane QLD
www.thehifi.com.au , 1300 –THEHIFI , Rocking Horse Records , Butter Beats , Gooble Warming & more
Wednesday, 3 March 2010 – METRO THEATRE Sydney NSW
Tickets available through The Metro Box Office (02) 9550 3666 or www.metrotheatre.com.au
Friday, 5 March 2010 – WOMADelaide Adelaide SA
Saturday, 6 March 2010 – WOMADelaide Adelaide SA
www.womadelaide.com.au or 1300 30 40 72
Sunday, 7 March 2010 – GOLDEN PLAINS FESTIVAL VIC
Monday, 8 March 2010 – PRINCE BANDROOM, Melbourne VIC
Missing Link, Polyester records (city and fitzroy), Greville records, POW public bar, www.princebandroom.com.au and phone bookings (9536-1168)
Tuesday, 9 March 2010 -THORNBURY THEATRE Melbourne VICwww.thethornburytheatre.com, Polyester Records, Basement Discs & Eight Miles High Records
Thursday, 11 March 2010 – NEW ZEALAND INTERNATIONAL ARTS FESTIVAL, Pacific Blue Festival Club, Wellington NZ
Friday, 12 March 2010 – NEW ZEALAND INTERNATIONAL ARTS FESTIVAL, Pacific Blue Festival Club, Wellington NZ
Saturday, 13 March 2010 – WOMAD New Plymouth NZ
Sunday, 14 March 2010 – WOMAD New Plymouth NZ
Calexico Dia de los Muertos Papel Picado
These are traditional Mexican Papel Picado tissue paper banners. They are delicate and beautiful!
Each string of banners is over 10 feet long and contains 8 Dia de los Muertos images AND one CALEXICO logo in the center!
The photos do not do justice… these banners are big and beautiful.
Perfect for your Fall Fiesta!
Enjoy all year long!
$12 US & Canada
Saturday, December 19th…Calexico and Sergio Mendoza Y La Orkesta will perform at the 2nd Annual Merry X-MAS show at The Wiltern Theatre in Los Angeles hosted by… the band X! Here’s the link for the fan ticket presale that begins Friday morning at 10am (the password is XMAS).
TOKYO IS DREAMING is “a rich and evocative tableau of life in the Japanese capital, set to a beguiling score by Calexico’s John Convertino. Taiwanese-born artist filmmaker Peter Chang’s portrait of the bustling metropolis offers a modern-day take on the City Symphonies that flourished in early 20th Century cinema with films such as ‘Man with a Movie Camera’. Like those earlier opuses, ‘Tokyo is Dreaming’ uses the camera to observe the beating heart(s) of urban life – work, travel, leisure but also alienation and homelessness – subtly drawing a map of the city in which quiet contemplation and frenetic activity overlap. The absence of dialogue, subtitles or voice-over narration encourages a total submersion in this life of the city – a bewildering and fascinating journey.” The official world premiere is on Saturday Sept 19 at the 2009 Berwick-Upon-Tweed Film & Media Festival in England. Here are links to the trailers… nice work John!
Dear friend to Calexico and “Carried To Dust” studio and live contributor, guitarist/singer Jairo Zavala, just released his first full-length album under the moniker DePedro. The album is also the first release of the National Geographic Music label…exciting!
AND, to the album link on iTunes
Check it out, we think you’ll really like it.
July 2009 European Tour went really well. No one got lost or left behind, stuck at any airports or gas stations. We were all really happy with the shows especially the collaborations with Vinicio Capossela, Lambchop, Chris Cacavas and Depedro. Italy was the biggest surprise with some of the most amazing venues; 8th Century Benedictine Abbey of St Mary in Sesto al Reghena and the Villa Arconati in Milano were sublime and left us speechless.
Best bands on the festival circuit goes out to The Notwist at Cactus Festival in Brugges, Portugal The Man in Feldkirch Austria’s Poolbar and TV on the Radio at Benicassim Festival in Spain. Best food hands down goes to Milano’s Arconati. One of the most impressive festivals was Duisburg’s Traumzeit set in a 19th Century factory compound beautifully converted into some of the most stunning visual settings we’ve seen.
The shows in Finland and Poland were also really special since we rarely, if ever, get to play there. On that note, we are all really looking forward to playing Budhapest and Tel Aviv in August. Thanks to all the people who came out, said hello at the merchandise stand and took photos. Here’s to a glorious end of July and see you all in August.