Blameshift – 4th ROAD BLOG from the Beneath The Scars Tour with 12 Stones Blameshift – 4th ROAD BLOG from the Beneath The Scars Tour with 12 Stones
Blameshift is on their “Beneath The Scars Tour” with 12 Stones, Digital Summer, and Throwing Gravity. While on tour they will be writing periodic... Blameshift – 4th ROAD BLOG from the Beneath The Scars Tour with 12 Stones

Blameshift is on their “Beneath The Scars Tour” with 12 Stones, Digital Summer, and Throwing Gravity. While on tour they will be writing periodic blogs for us. The fourth one can be read after the break!

Hey all…when we left off we were headed to Fargo, ND. When we got there I met the drummer from 12 Stones’ wife, Jill, who is a clothing designer. She made me some amazing clothes and jewelry for her new line, Weathered Couture. After an awesome show in Fargo, we headed to Janesville, Wisconsin.

Over the next few days we played shows in Iowa, Ohio, New Jersey and New York. One of the highlights of the week was definitely our day off in Indianapolis, IN. We went to a big group dinner with 12 Stones and Throwing Gravity at a Mexican Restaurant. Then we had corn hole tournaments followed by late night swimming at their hotel.

On Wednesday night we had one of the most fun shows we have had all tour in Stanhope, NJ. Since we are from about two hours away in Long Island, we had a lot of family, friends and fans come out to support us. It was the first time we were anywhere near home in the last three months, so we were pretty excited!

We have a couple more shows this week and then the “Beneath the Scars” Tour will be over. We are not looking forward to saying goodbye to our amazing new friends. See ya next time for my final blog post!

Xoxo
Jenny

Joshua Weidling Owner/Founder

I'm the owner & founder of Digital Tour Bus. I started the company in my dorm room during my freshman year of college. I have a degree in Marketing from the University of Illinois at Chicago. Outside of music and going to concerts, I'm a big fan of stand-up comedy, playing board games, trying the most amazing unhealthy food, and watching really mediocre comedy tv shows.