Pennsylvania Rockers Chestnut Grove have announced their “Ta Ta… for Now,” string of tour dates including a headlining show at Ardmore Music Hall on November 24th, 2023. They’ve also announced their new LP for early 2024, Can’t Stand the Music. Following the tour and release, the band will go on a planned hiatus.
The band is also running a Kickstarter campaign to crowdsource funds to put the final touches on their new album in addition to tour dates in PA, upstate NY and VA.
Dee Gerhart comments:
This grand finale will be highlighting all of our new music, as well as some old fan favorites. It’s a dream come true getting to say farewell while sharing the stage with heroes of ours, Hoots and Hellmouth. They inspired us to go out, buy a van and try to become a touring band. It’s really incredible, and an honor.
Singer/songwriter, guitarist and drummer James Daniels says:
I still don’t know how to sum it all up…. John and I started playing together in 7th grade. We played in a bunch of bands and then formed Chestnut Grove in 2011 during our senior year and we’ve been together for the past twelve years. I do appreciate all the fans and support we got over the years and I am very pumped to play these final shows with my family that is Chestnut Grove. Twelve years is an amazing feat, most bands don’t make it together that long especially being a rag tag group of best friends from the same school. That said it’s definitely bittersweet. Please, if you ever liked what we do don’t miss these shows, it really could be the last time we do this even though no one wants to believe it.
Chestnut Grove Live:
Saratoga Springs, NY
With Wild Adriatic and Precious Metals
Kings Rook Club
With Knorrwood and The Private Riders
Gibson Music Hall
special throwback set
Appleton Beer Factory
Ardmore Music Hall
With Hoots and Hellmouth and Stella Ruze