CLASSIC ROCK SHOW WITH THE MYSTICS AND FABULOUS CHANCELLORS! (ALMOST SOLD OUT WITH ONE DAY TO GO)
Save the date - May 4 in the Riverside Ballroom!
This is the first time Boise's longest-running and best known classic rock groups have ever done a show together. If you love classic rock and roll and know these groups' history, this is one you won't want to miss. The show will go from 8 p.m. to 11 p.m., with the groups joining each other onstage at the end to play some classics from the '60s together. Tickts now on sale at Eventbrite.
"NOW AND THEN" CDS ALMOST SOLD OUT. We have a few left to sell at our gigs. That's the only place the CDs are available now. Thirteen original Mystics songs recorded in 2016, plus both sides of the Mystics 1966, 45-rpm record as bonus tracks. Available at our gigs for $10. Available in digital format only at CDBABY.COM: http://cdbaby.com/cd/themystics1
May 4, Classic Rock Show with the Mystics and Fabulous Chancellors, May 4, 8 to 11 p.m., Riverside Hotel Ballroom.
June 2: Sandbar (poolside at the Riverside Hotel), 6 to 9 p.m.
June 5: State Street Westside Drive-in's annual Car Show, 5 to 8 p.m.
July 20: State Street Westside Drive-in, 5 to 8 p.m.
August 9: Mountain Home Arts Council's Summer Concert Series.
September 7: Sandbar (poolside at the Riverside). Hours TBA
September 21: Capital High School Class of 1969 Reunion (private event).
October 18: Sapphire Room at Riverside Hotel.
Stay tuned for news of other performances. (Still no word on whether the reopened Burger Time will have music under the new management.)
Have you heard the Mystics LATELY? The group is expanding its repertoire with songs by Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, the Who, the Smithereens, Huey Lewis and the News, Bob Dylan, George
Harrison, The Traveling Wiburys and others, plus "new" (meaning we've never done them till this year) songs by the Beatles, Rolling Stones and other artists. Check us out!
MYSTICS MAILING LIST: A mailing list is such a good idea that it's ridiculous we haven't thought of it before. To add your name to the list and receive e-mail updates on the group's upcoming gigs and other activities, send your e-mail address to firstname.lastname@example.org.
MYSTICS' 50TH: Our 50th Anniversary party was a hit in every way. Over 500 people attended, and $4,000 was raised for the Idaho Food Bank. Former Mystics Rich Smith, Tom McMeekan, Justin Bonner and Dave Robinette joined us onstage to play some tunes, and original Mystics Scott Eberhart and Dean Jackson also helped us celebrate. It was the first time some of had played music together in decades. Thanks to all for a night we'll never forget.
BOOK NOW FOR PRIVATE PARTIES, HOLIDAY PARTIES, FUND-RAISERS, REUNIONS, WEDDING RECEPTIONS, ETC. Whatever your event, we're up for it. Several members of the group play in other bands as well, so dates can go quickly. E-mail email@example.com for rates and information.
A MAGICAL NIGHT: It's been a few years, but we're leaving it on the site because it was magical. An all-time highlight for us was opening for British Invasion stars Chad and Jeremy at the Egyptian Theater. With Peter and Gordon, Chad and Jeremy were the most popular British duo of the 1960s. Sponsored by the East Boise Rotary Club, the concert raised $16,500 for a charity that builds desperately needed schools in Taliban-controlled countries. Boise radio icon Del Chapman opened the evening, and the Mystics and Chad and Jeremy -- two of the nicest, most talented guys you could meet -- combined for a three-hour show of music, stories and humor. Del has since passed away, so we were fortunate to have had a chance to reconnect with him. Lots of early Mystics and other friends were on hand for a night none of us will never forget.