Pappy & Harriet's - Pioneertown, CA
The Coach House - San Juan Capistrano, CA
Troubadour - Los Angeles, CA
Rio Theatre - Santa Cruz, CA
The Chapel - San Francisco, CA
Have you ever wanted to attend soundcheck? Here's your chance! The VIP Meet & Greet Pass allows you to attend 20 minutes of Michael Nesmith & The First National Band Redux's soundcheck before your concert! You and seven other fans will watch 20 minutes of soundcheck, meet Nez, have your photo taken with him with your own camera, and be allowed one item signed by Nez. During the Meet & Greet, Nez can only sign CDs, albums, books, and photographs; no collectibles or musical instruments. With your VIP Meet & Greet Pass you will also receive a First National Band hat, a First National Band t-shirt, and a signed 8x10! Unfortunately the VIP Meet & Greet is not available at Pappy & Harriet's.
The Aftershow Meet & Greet Pass allows you to meet Michael Nesmith! Shortly after each concert, you will meet Nez, have your photo taken with him with your own camera, and be allowed one item signed by him. During the Meet & Greet, Nez can only sign CDs, albums, books, and photographs; no collectibles or musical instruments. With your Aftershow Meet & Greet Pass you will also receive a signed 8x10!
Ben Gibbard will be joining First National Band Redux as a special guest in San Francisco at The Chapel on January 28!
Nine Times Blue
Little Red Rider
Two Different Roads
Lady of the Valley
Papa Genes Blues
Tomorrow and Me
Keys to the Car
Listen to the Band
Some of Shellys Blues
Thanx for the Ride
"Hank Williams, Jerry Lee Lewis and Jimmie Rodgers are to me something of a musical triumvirate. Somehow I always get back to them. They, like Dylan, Presley, Cash and The Beatles, had, and have, a clearly defined musical position -- A pure approach to what they have sung and written -- free from euphemisms and alive with their own emotions. -Michael Nesmith, Magnetic South liner notes, 1970
-Michael Nesmith, Magnetic South liner notes, 1970
The Original Band
"[John] Ware wisely pointed out that if he and John [London] were my band, we could not only record but could tour in support of the records we made, something the Nashville first-call session guys seldom did for a new band. We would be a real band rather than a pure studio effort. ... [John] wondered who I might like to approach, and my first choice was Red Rhodes. I had no hope of him accepting, but he was my first choice. A pedal steel guitar player -- especially a magical-reality player like Red -- was critical-path for the music in my head."
-Michael Nesmith, Infinite Tuesday: An Autobiographical Riff
The Original Recordings
First National Band Complete
Tantamount to Treason, Volume 1
And The Hits Just Keep On Comin'
Pretty Much Your Standard Ranch Stash
The Prison: A Book with a Sound Track
From A Radio Engine To The Photon Wing
Infinite Rider on the Big Dogma
Nezs Nudie Suit