206 E. Louisiana St. McKinney, TX 75069
12:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Monday - Thursday
11:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Friday and Saturday
10:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m.
I remember the heat that day burning through my JCPenney’s suit that I bought just the day before for our show at Avondale Brewing Company in Birmingham. 100 degree temperature outside in the dead of summer in Alabama is not uncommon. I was pouring sweat alongside people who had just met that day for the first time to play a show under the name St. Paul & The Broken Bones. I hated my name being in the band’s name but who cared at that point, it was just a fling. Now, over 8 years later, we built a career out of it.
During this pandemic, I have gotten awfully nostalgic. For a time, we would travel constantly and shows started blending together. The bar for the best show/best audience was just so high. That endorphin rush was taken for granted. The first moment we had to play a socially distanced show, I knew exactly what we should do. Play a show at Avondale Brewery and do our debut album in full. Something I would never had done if the pandemic had not happened. Mainly because I am a perpetual motion kind of person and don’t like looking back. The beauty though of looking back at the beginning was realizing all the great people that helped us turn a summer fling into an actual career. From TT Management to Single Lock Records to High Road Touring. It was such a beautiful time. Here is the live recording from that show that night. I hope y’all enjoy.
1 “I'm Torn Up” 2 “Don't Mean A Thing” 3 “Call Me” 4 “Like A Mighty River” 5 “That Glow” 6 “Broken Bones & Pocket Change” 7 “Sugar Dyed” 8 “Half The City” 9 “Grass Is Greener” 10 “Let It Be So” 11 “Dixie Rothko” 12 “It's Midnight”