Bad Luck
"powerful and virtuosic; cutting-edge music." All About Jazz
  • Bad Luck National Tour Schedule

    Bad Luck National Tour in support of our new album THREE

    10/8 - Missoula, Montana - University of Montana

    10/9 - Billings, Montana - TBA

    10/10 - Bozeman, MT - Wild Joe’s Coffee Spot (http://wildjoescoffee.com/)

    10/11 - Rapid City, SD - Suzie Cappa Art Center 5:00-6:00pm

    10/12 - Omaha, NE - Pizza Shoppe Collective

    10/13 - Iowa City, IA - Dog Mansion (https://www.facebook.com/events/813914381963400/

    10/14 - Milwaukee, Wisconsin - Borg Ward (https://www.facebook.com/events/1456059238011685)

    10/15 - Madison, WI - TBA

    10/16 - Detriot, MI - TBA

    10/17 - Ann Arbor - Canterbury House

    10/18 - Ithaca, NY - TBA

    10/19 - Philadelphia - First Banana (http://www.museumfire.com/events2)

    10/20 - New York - Cake Shop 

    10/21 - Columbus, OH - TBA

    10/22 - Columbia, MO - University of Missouri 
    10/23 - Columbia, MO - University of Missouri 
    10/24 - Columbia, MO - University of Missouri 
    10/25 - Kansas City - TBA
    10/26 - St. Louis - TBA
    10/27 - Tulsa, OK - The Soundpony
    10/28 - Denton, TX - University of North Texas
    10/29 - Houston, TX - KOHN’s - (https://www.facebook.com/events/765866843473505)
    10/30 - Austin, TX - Trailer Space
    10/31 - Albuquerque, NM -TBA
    11/1 - Santa Fe, NM - High Mayhem (http://highmayhem.org/)
    11/2 - Flagstaff, AZ - TBA
    11/3 - Los Angeles, CA - TBA
    11/4 - Berkeley, CA - TBA
    11/5 - Arcata, CA - TBA
    11/6 - Portland, OR - Jimmy Mack’s

    11/8 - Seattle, WA - Earshot Jazz Festival: Vermillion Gallery

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    This is our limited edition poster, made available during the Oct.-Nov. 2014 Bad Luck tour only.  If you buy this little beauty we’ll ship it straight to you, and of course it’ll include an immediate download of our new album, Three.

    Just Click to join the party.

  • Listen/purchase: Three by Bad Luck

    Bad Luck sculpted the music for THREE while touring and performing over the last couple of years. Many of the songs emerged during long stints on the road together. Holding steady to the artistic integrity of their previous records, Bad Luck (2009), Two (2011) and the Bloodroot EP (2012) Bad Luck performs music only possible with these two musicians in a room together. But THREE also marks a bit of an artistic departure. The album includes far more grooves and a more streamlined approach to their writing. Bad Luck is known for their high-energy shows, and THREE captures that spirit spot-on. 


    THREE was recorded live to tape and includes Bad Luck’s first cover, a rendering of saxophonist Roscoe Mitchell’s now apocryphal composition Nonaah.

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  • Sound check at Human Resources in LA.

  • Clip relaxing at the gig.

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