Monday, October 19th, 2015

Harvest Fest Musician Spotlight: The Sunday Blues

Here at Bands on a Budget the only thing we love more than printing band merch is supporting bands at their live gigs. That's why we're stoked about Harvest Fest this Saturday in Asbury Park that will celebrate the season and bring together our favorite activities, listening to live music, printing band merch and we won't complain about the beer garden either. 

This Saturday from 12pm-6pm next to Cross and Orange in Asbury Park, enjoy live performances from Long Faces, Lowlight, Rocky Catanese and The Chapter, dollys and The Sunday Blues and grab one of their custom, screen printed shirts we'll be producing on demand! We had a chance to catch up with Lindsey Miller and Keith McCarthy of The Sunday Blues, a staple Asbury Park country-rock group performing this Saturday and asked them the tough questions. Let's get to know The Sunday Blues!


How would you describe your sound to someone who's never heard your music before?

Rock & Roll, Americana, "Alt-Country." Guy / gal duet vocals with rockin' rhythm and hip hillbilly rhymes.

What's the name of your latest release and where can we find it?

City Folklore (2013) - Available digitally on iTunes, Spotify, physically at CD Baby, Amazon, and Where Music Lives (708 Cookman Ave).

If you had to listen to one record on repeat what would it be?

Sticky Fingers (Rolling Stones)

Which musician would you grab a beer with?

Keith Richards (although it would probably be a lotta vodka instead of beer)

What's your favorite part about fall?

The crisp cool air, making and eating chili, Octoberfest beers

What's your favorite horror movie to watch in October?

Night Of The Living Dead (original from 1968)

What are you going to be for Halloween?

I'm gonna be Elvis, Lindsey can be Elvira

If you could turn any food into a pumpkin spice flavor, what would it be?

Hmmm...Pumpkin Spice Tacos? 


See the Sunday Blues this Saturday at the Harvest Fest in Asbury Park from 3:30pm-4:30pm. For more info on Harvest Fest and all the bands involved click here