The Bridge’s self-titled 3rd album will be released November 22 at the Rams Head Live in the bands’ hometown of Baltimore, MD. The show will continue the Bridge’s annual tradition of playing a hometown show the night before Thanksgiving.
The new album will include long-time concert staples and fan favorites “Brother Don’t” and “Chains” as well as newer songs such as “Bad Locomotive” and “Ballad of Clear Rock”. Several special guests and friends lent their talents to this album, among them Russell Batiste (The funky Meters, PBS), Mookie Siegel (Phil Lesh & Friends, David Nelson Band), and John Ginty (Citizen Cope, Robert Randolph).
The Bridge will follow their release show up with a few East Coast dates, including a stop at the Knitting Factory in New York City, before ending the year with a New Years Eve blow-out at the 8×10 Club in Baltimore.