On February 1, 2011, Gurf is releasing a 15 song collection of Blaze's songs, called Blaze Foley's 113th Wet Dream
Here is the schedule of Gurf's Austin area events:
Today - Feb 1 - Waterloo Records Live In-store concert. 5PM - These are always great. Free beer, in honor of Blaze.
Thursday, Feb 3 - Sundance Records in San Marcos. 6PM - Live in-store concert.
Wednesday, Feb 9 - Live on KUT 90.5 FM with Jay Trachtenberg, at 2PM.
Friday, Feb 11 - Cactus Cafe - 8:30PM. Gurf's CD Release extravaganza celebrating "Blaze Foley's 113th Wet Dream"
Here is the schedule of screenings of the documentary film "Blaze Foley: Duct Tape Messiah":
Sunday, Feb 13 - Alamo Drafthouse, 1120 South Lamar -
Brunch with Blaze! Come and get some food and earn some bragging rights by watching the THE FIRST EVER Austin screening of the FINISHED movie about Blaze Foley. AS A SPECIAL FEATURE, Sybil Rosen will read from her book "Living in the Woods in a Tree" - memoirs of her time with Deputy Dawg, during his transformation into Blaze Foley. This is the screening you should attend, as you'll get a double helping of Blaze lore! The screening will be followed up by Q&A with the filmmakers. This screening benefits the Austin Children's Shelter. Party later in the evening, location announced at the screening.
Monday, Feb 14 - Alamo Drafthouse - 1120 South Lamar - 7-11PM -
Valentine's Day with Blaze! Two evening screenings back-to-back, each screening followed up by a Q&A with the filmmakers. Come drink a beer to Blaze and watch his life story, 39 years of his life told in just 80 minutes, and it only took 12 years to make! Early show benefits Front Steps (dedicated to ending homelessness) and the late show benefits HAAM (health alliance for Austin musicians).
Tuesday, Feb 15 - Alamo Drafthouse - 1120 South Lamar -
Special "Lonely Hearts" screening! The first 39 people get a free Blaze art sticker! Two evening screenings, back-to-back, each followed up by a Q&A with the filmmakers. Witness the blazing roller coaster career of one of Austin's preeminent songwriters. Early screening benefits Safe Place (ending sexual and domestic violence) and the late screening benefits the Sims Foundation (helping Austin musicians stay in tune).