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In the News
A day in the life of The Uh Ohs is a busy one, and it can be hard to keep up with their hectic schedule. Now, you need never miss a moment with all the latest The Uh Ohs news compiled in one place. From tour dates and album releases, to reviews, interviews, and more – stay in the know with this regularly updated news section.
Coming Soon To a Bandcamp Near You: Christmas Compilation 2021
We’ve got a great line up for this year’s Christmas Compilation, a yearly collaboration we do with other music friends. This year’s theme - nautical! Any proceeds will pass on to International Justice Mission (www.IJM.org)!
Local Folk Band Takes on Big Project
After so much time spent on the same songs for the album, we felt it was time for something fresh, something prolific...and maybe 100 of something. You probably saw it further up on this website, but in case you missed it - we're writing 100 new songs by July 2022. We'll keep uploading them as we go, and making a few music videos along the way!
2020 Christmas Compilation: Apocalyptic Edition
This year's Christmas compilation is a-brewing! Due to be released on Dec 13, it will feature originals and covers around the theme of an apocalyptic Christmas. We're working together with music friends, such as Hello Wonder and Modern Daybreak.
You can see the last two years' compilations at https://almightychristmas.bandcamp.com
For the first time, we'll be collecting donations to give to International Justice Mission (www.ijm.com).
Hoefer House Show
We're teaming up with some friends to entertain those worthy folks in Granger, IN! Details are at the bottom of the page.
St. Patty's Came Early
We dropped in to the Vogt Visual Art Center in Tinley Park! We played an ensemble of Irish jigs, reels and hornpipes with a smattering of instrumental guitar. An excellent night!
We are in the studio!
As of the date above, we are getting our first official recording done! See the blog post titled 'Recording - a little like surgery?' below for more insight into the psychology and feelings of it all.