After a summer hiatus, the Simple Cavemen will be back at the lovely Yalaha Bakery in Lake County from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 10.
This will be your first chance to see the band’s new lineup, which features bassist David Duff (who will be going by his Caveman alias D-Squared) in the slot previously filled by founding member Steve Jackson.
The latter has relocated to Columbia, S.C., where we expect he’ll be starting his own bluegrass Aerosmith cover band any time now. Meanwhile, the Cavemen have been woodshedding this summer on new material likely to be unveiled at Yalaha.
Additionally, the Cavemen have been back at the Hippie House studio in Orlando, at work on a limited-release collector’s item single of “The Okra Song,” a rarely heard ballad of love, loss and, yes, okra. The band also is putting down basic tracks for a sophomore studio release.
Stay tuned for word on additional shows this fall. And, if you haven’t picked up the band’s debut album, you can still find it at Rock “N’ Roll Heaven.