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NEUMOS FEB 20 - SEATTLE

The Missionary Position is happy to announce that we will be sharing the stage with our friends MOTOPONY, Sub Pop superstars ROSE WINDOWS and so pitted FEB 20th at Neumos Seattle

HALLOWEEN 2014 SHOW

COME CELEBRATE OUR FAVORITE HOLIDAY

FRIDAY OCT 31, 2014
HIGHWAY 99 BLUES CLUB
1414 Alaskan Way, Seattle, WA

with
SHAWN SMITH
TWISTED TRYSTAN
SEREPHINA FIERO
UNDEAD BURLESQUE

Tickets Available at HIGHWAYNINETYNINE.COM

SEATTLE WEEKLY REVERB MUSIC FESTIVAL

This Saturday, October 6, We will be headlining the 2 Bit Tavern Stage at this year's Reverbfest. More event details are available on our SHOWS PAGE or at The Weekly's Site, HERE.
We are looking forward to sharing the stage with this great line-up.

MUSIC STREET JOURNAL ALBUM REVIEW


Thanks to Larry Toering and The Music Street Journal for the thoughtful review of Consequences.
You can read the song by song break down of the album HERE.

PLEASE DON'T LEAVE VIDEO



Live performance of Please Don't Leave from the forthcoming "Live at the Feedback Lounge" DVD. (Jamie Chamberlin, Black Dahlia Films)

BLINDED BY SOUND ALBUM REVIEW

A Big Thanks to Josh Hathaway for his provocative review of consequences. You can have a look HERE

RECORD RELEASE PARTY

The Missionary Position is thrilled to be releasing they're second album "CONSEQUENCES." Here is what people are saying.
"The Missionary Position, blends down and dirty blues with ambient soundscapes. It is two genres which are rarely merged in rock, but, along with their introspective lyrics, the Missionary Position makes it sound so good"
"The sincere rawness of these songs is what brings the listener in and coming back for more. Taking sonically charged rockers and downshifting to pull-at-your-heart love songs make up the sequencing of Consequences and it all works perfectly together"
"the band takes blues in a direction that would work just as well for an old-timey stripper act as it would for luring wayward youth down the rabbit hole into a seedy rock 'n' roll underground."

Tractor Tavern Friday April 13th with Fox and the Law and Alma Rosa.

BOISE WEEKLY REVIEW

Thank you to Joshua Gross at the Boise Weekly for his review of Consequences. You can have a look HERE

INNOCENT WORDS

Troy Michael wrote a great article about The Missionary Position with some interesting perspective and history on the band and or origins. HERE

WEEKLY VOLCANO

A Big Thanks to Ron Swarner and Matt Driscoll for their continued support. You can find a show preview and a review of "Consequences" HERE