Bass player Will Shotwell of September Moon married Morgan Batton of Arlington, TX, today. Shotwell proposed in September 2017 at the spot of their first date, an Arlington favorite: Spaghetti Warehouse. Fans may know Morgan from her hard work behind merch, videography, and just about anything the band could need. Best wishes to the happy couple!
Katherine Rublein of September Moon will be singing the National Anthem at Lone Star Park in Grand Prairie on June 9, 2018. This is Rublein’s third year performing at the horse races, and shares the honor with a distinguished list of vocalists from the North Texas area. For more information on Lone Star Park, visit https://www.lonestarpark.com.
With the popular reception of their recent posts, September Moon has decided to make the Facebook live feed a regular feature of their Tuesday evening practices. Follow the band’s Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/septembermoonband/) for the most up-to-date photos, videos and show information.
Daniel Brown will be the musical guest on radio program The Texas Newsroom tomorrow evening at 10:00pm CST. Brown will be playing several songs from the upcoming album and sharing more about the band’s history. The late night talk show is featured the 2nd and 4th Thursdays on the Power Play Radio Network. For more information on the network or to listen to the live broadcast, visit https://www.powerplayradionetwork.com.
Daniel Brown proposed to Katherine Rublein during September Moon’s CD release show at the Texas Musicians Museum on Sunday. Their first public show as a full band, Brown began sharing about his personal and professional history with Rublein in the middle of the set, finally getting down on one knee onstage. Brown and Rublein celebrated with friends and family for the remainder of the evening. A wedding date has not been set.
September Moon’s album release has been scheduled for April 18, 2018. The band will be joining other musical acts at the Texas Musicians Museum in Irving, Texas. The country duo will be joined by PJ West on guitar, Tim Sawyer on drums, and Will Shotwell on bass. For more information on the family-friendly venue, check out http://texasmusiciansmuseum.com.
After auditioning earlier this year, Katherine Rublein has been asked to sing the National Anthem at Lone Star Park this Saturday. The Grand Prairie, Texas, venue seeks out talented local vocalists and instrumentalists each year to kick off the weekend at the horse races. For more information on the schedule of events, including Rublein’s performance, go to the Lone Star Park website at https://www.lonestarpark.com.
Following their set at the first annual Singer/Songwriter Festival at the Texas Musicians Museum, Daniel Brown and Katherine Rublein received the venue’s 2017 Rising Star Award. Performances honored Steven Fromholz, Texas native, musician, and 2007 Poet Laureate whose individual contributions to the Texas singer-songwriter scene are considered invaluable. Brown and Rublein are long-time supporters of the museum’s efforts to encourage local musicians, and even participated as judges in a showcase earlier this year.
September Moon was featured in the Artist’s Corner of BizTalk Arlington on Friday. The duo was interviewed by host Mark Joeckel and played several tracks ahead of this weekend’s Arlington East Main St. Arts Festival. For more information on the band line-up, check out the festival’s Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/EastMainArtsFest/.