Some rare stuff has been added to the Blonde Vinyl Bandcamp page, included the complete collection of all three Aunt Betty’s Ford demos, as well as the full Aunt Betty’s major label release. There may even be another surprise on the page as well.
Have you been looking for a copy of Aunt Betty’s Ford Supersonic, and/or some rare Aunt Bettys songs? Head over to the Blonde Vinyl BandCamp and check out the deluxe edition of Ford Supersonic. Included on this edition are rare tracks like “Junkie”, demo songs like “Kill Me,” and Aunt Bettys versions of Knott songs like “Crash and Burn.” There is even a re-working of the Fluffy song “Guitars, Guns, and Girls.” While you are there, you can also get copies of Things I’ve Done, Things to Come or Live in Nashvegas as well.
The Aunt Bettys take the stage again for a July 4th weekend concert at the Detroit Bar. Concert starts July 2nd at 9:30 pm. The Bettys and Echo Echo will be opening for We Are The Pilots.
See this page: http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=177250195668527
Aunt Betty’s Ford is rocking the Detroit Bar again on Saturday, December 18 at 9:00pm. Benefit concert For Music Saves Lives And S.L.A.M Scene. See their Facebook page for more details!
Michael Knott has been posting about an upcoming reunion live show for the Aunt Bettys. The word so far is that it will be September 14th at the Detroit Bar in Costa Mesa, California at 10:30 PM. It is also a free show according to Michael (probably just have to show up real early). All the original members will be playing. Good times!
See this link: http://www.facebook.com/#!/profile.php?id=1633900168
There are at least other Knott-related MySpace pages – Cush, Aunty Bettys, and an unofficial Mike Knott page (solo albums). Each one of these has songs to listen to. See the links page for the URLs: http://www.knottheads.com/links.php