#Tunesday Thanksgiving


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This week is full of giving thanks—for life, for beautiful creation, for music, for a roof over our head and for food to eat. The list could go on.

And then there's YOU. Yes, you. Family, friends who day in and day out support us and our musical endeavors. Thank you for being wonderful.

As we all give thanks today, we'd like to take this opportunity to sing you a brand new song and share an exciting update. Enjoy!

“You don't have to close the book to turn the page.”

All Our Love, 

Mr & Mrs Something

#Tunesday 11/15


It's #Tunesday.

We owe you a video ... but first we wanted to let you know about our upcoming shows in Washington. Our website has more information. :)

Friday 11/18 - Brewminatti, Prosser
Saturday 11/19 - Emerald of Siam, Richland
Sunday 11/20 - Grace Fellowship, Prosser

Without further adieu, here is a cover tune performed at Fraternity Hall in the Elk Horn ghost town of Montana! The song is called “Wreck of the Old '97” and was the most popular song in 1923. Our “Uncle Something” is featured on banjo. Enjoy!

“Never speak harsh words to your true and lovin' husband.”


Mr & Mrs Something

Historic #Tunesday


This #Tunesday is historic.

And with so many opinions and emotions flying around, we thought it would be fitting to bring everyone together with a song. As one of our favorite bands would say, we might not agree most of the time but for the next 5 minutes, let's put our differences aside and sing. This is our cover of JOHNNYSWIM's “Drunks.”

If the walls of Jericho,
could crash on down to just a tune,
I bet our walls could fall also,
even if only me and you sing.”


Mr & Mrs Something

#Tunesday from Montana!


Hey y'all!

This week we've had the privilege of touring in Montana. It has been wonderful! During our trip we've been staying with our Uncle Dave at his cabin outside of Helena. Naturally we thought it fitting to include him in our #tunesday video! This instrumental is a classic bluegrass tune called “Black Mountain Rag.”

Mr Something on guitar; Dave Peck on banjo; Dave Cogley on mandolin; Mrs Something on camera.


Mr & Mrs Something

It's #tunesday!


This week's video is our cover of "La Vie En Rose." Enjoy!

"And when you speak, angels sing from above."


Also, we have a number of shows coming up in Montana! If you are local check out our website for more information. :)

Friday 10/28 - Electric City Coffee, Great Falls
Sunday 10/30 - Kings Arena, Great Falls
Tuesday 11/1 - Helena Middle School, Helena
Wednesday 11/2 - Ten Mile Creek Brewery, Helena


Mr & Mrs Something

#Tunesday Newsday


What is #Tunesday?

As some of you may have seen on social media, we have started a Tuesday tradition of posting videos! They consist of the following:

1. Original TUNES
2. Covers of some of our favorite TUNES

If you have a favorite Mr & Mrs Something tune or cover song you would like us to film, please reply and we'll put it on our list. And as always, stay TUNED! ;)

This week's song is an original from our album, Setting Sail, called "Toward The Sea." 

“The sand may seem a desert but your heart is
still a stream.”