March/April Shows

A bit late on the update this time, but we’ve got one more show this month at the Rathskeller in State College. Nice to play in our own neighborhood–drop by for a set if you’re in town.

Mar 30 – Mysterytrain @ Bullfrog Brewery (Williamsport, PA)

Apr 19 – Mysterytrain @ Shaw’s Bar (Altoona, PA)

Apr 21 – Mysterytrain @ Penn State Altoona Earth Day (Altoona, PA)

Apr 27 – Mysterytrain @ Rathskeller (State College, PA)

Also looking forward to next month when we open for the Micky Hart Band at the Kempton Music Center!

April Shows

We’re back on track this month, with another jaunt to Jersey and a bunch of shows around the region.

Apr 2 – Mysterytrain @ The Pub II (Danville, PA)

Apr 7 – Mysterytrain @ The Saint (Ashbury Park, NJ)

Apr 8 – Mysterytrain @ The Fountainhouse (Newton, NJ)

Apr 10 – Mysterytrain @ The Stanhope House (Stanhope, NJ)

Apr 15 – Mysterytrain @ 30 Something (Altoona, PA)

Apr 16 – Mysterytrain @ Jordan’s Bar (Ridgway, PA)

Apr 22 – Mysterytrain @ Penn State Eco-Action Earth Day (State College, PA)

Apr 29 – Mysterytrain @ Party on the Stone 4 (Rochester Mills, PA)

Party on the Stone should be a good time, too. Festival season is just around the corner!

April Shows

A bit less hectic this month, we’re looking forward to a double weekend in West Virginia as well as two Penn State Eco-Action Earth Day shows.

Apr 3 – Mysterytrain @ Mountain State Brewing Co. (Thomas, WV)

Apr 4 – Mysterytrain @ Mountain State Brewing Co. (Thomas, WV)

Apr 18 – Mysterytrain @ PSU Main Campus Earth Day (State College, PA)

Apr 24 – Mysterytrain @ PSU Altoona Campus Earth Day (Altoona, PA)

Apr 24 – Mysterytrain @ 30 Something Bar & Grill (Altoona, PA)

For the State College crowd, there’s finally a chance to see Mysterytrain locally! If you live in Altoona, join us for the afterparty at 30 Something.

No GCC This Year

Last year I presented a poster on early Earth climate at the Graduate Climate Conference in Seattle. This year my abstract titled “Gaia Through Time: The Coevolution of Life and Climate” was accepted for the poster session. Although I’d like to reconnect with the folks I met last year, I can’t justify the time (or money) for a weekend in Seattle to present a poster. So no GCC for me this year.

On the flipside, I’m now available for Exploration Day on April 18 at the Bryce Jordan Center. I’ll have my “Walk Through Earth’s History” timeline to take kids (and adults) on a 13.7 meter journey through the 13.7 billion years of our planet’s story.

This also means I’m free to play with Mysterytrain that weekend at the Penn State Eco-Action Earth Day celebration on the HUB Lawn. Not sure what time we’re playing yet, but we’re looking forward to playing for the Eco-Action crowd!