Well, you’ve been waiting so patiently. A lot has happened. Norman revamped the website and have a whole new merch section up featuring new shirts, pint glasses, as well as the new vinyl and cd. You can pre-order the album today! Here’s a bunch of reviews that have come in recently regarding the new album and Calapooia Norman Ale. Thanks much everyone! Cheers – Eric & Norman
New School Beer Blog
Not So Professional Beer Blog
Premiers and Reviews:
The Vinyl District
Hopstories Collaboration #1: Norman and Calapooia Brewing from Eric Buist on Vimeo.
The band Norman approached Calapooia Brewing to create a beer that tasted like their music. The result is a perfectly balanced Pale Ale. Look for the beer all over Oregon and scan the QR code on the bottle to receive a free download of the entire album.
It’s been a while, but we’ve been busy behind the scenes working on the release of our third studio full length. Artwork is 90% done, and we’re gearing up for a release here soon. Everything is looking and sounding great. The music is melting away at me as I prepare for an official announcement of the release date and album title.
Also, some new shows have been added to the calendar, and there will be more to come. I speak for all of the Norman crew by saying how much we’ve missed playing out.
One show I’m really excited about is with the one and only John Vanderslice, and it’s in Salem of all places. John has been a long time inspiration and it just so happens that he’s a total sweetheart too. It will be nothing short of an honor to join him for a set. Check here for tickets and see what he’s all about if you haven’t heard JV: http://www.undertowtickets.com/product/john-vanderslice-living-room-show-salem-or-june-12-8pm
Looking forward to sharing more, but want to just let you know the sleeping giant known as Norman is about to wake back up.
Eric & Norman
Saturday Oct 27th at 10pm… We shall be back in the Corvallis town playing the Bombs Away Cafe. Dig it.
BBC Radio 4 is using the songs “Hay, Hay, Make a Wish” and “Predicting Fog” from the album “Hay, Hay, Make a Wish and Turn Away” for their documentary on Japanese tsunami debris washing up on the West Coast of North America. The program is called “Costing The Earth”.