You know why bands like to play at a bakery, right?
For the punch line to that well-worn joke, come out to see those dreamy Cavemen on Saturday at Yalaha Bakery in lovely Lake County. The Simple Cavemen return for another afternoon performance from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the courtyard.
Have a bratwurst and a beer. Sample a pastry. Sing along.
Hey, the jokes might be old, but the band is coming with a lot of new music, including freshly rehearsed original songs and an assortment of covers done in porch-friendly Cavemen style.
Please join us if you can.
We’re calling it the First of December Tour because, well, the band is doing three shows in ONE DAY!
What? You’re not supposed to do it that way? Well, we’re new at this touring thing.
Here’s where you can watch those dreamy Cavemen on the First of December Tour, which, coincidentally, unfolds on Saturday, Dec. 1.
First, the band returns to the fabulous Yalaha Bakery for another afternoon of porch music from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. for our fans in Lake County and beyond. Enjoy a scenic day trip to Yalaha for a bratwurst, a beer and the Simple Cavemen. We’d love to see you.
That same afternoon, at 5 p.m., the Cavemen are slated for a 45-minute set on the outdoor stage at the December Jambando at Plaza Live (The Plaza Theatre), 425 N. Bumby Ave., Orlando.
This edition of Jambando – “What Wouldstock Jambando ’79 — imagines what the Woodstock festival might have been like in 1979. We’ll be offering nods to that theme in our set, along with a few of our own songs. Admission: $10 at the door, which includes performances by an array of Orlando’s most highly regarded acts.
The third show? It’s a private corporate gig that evening, so we’ll have to re-cap that one later — after we recover from the perils of the road that so many rock stars have complained about so eloquently. We look forward to doing the same.