February 29, 2020
In case you weren’t aware from our relentless yammering on about them on facebook and instagram, we have two shows this week in the DC area – our first performances of 2020.

The first show is Sunday, March 1st at Cafe 611 in Frederick, MD, a place many of you have gone to see the world famous Maryland Doom Fest. We are playing with two bands that for most metalheads require no introduction – legendary noise-sludge-art-metal pioneers Today Is The Day (who just released a brand new record) and one of the most important bands in the history of stoner and doom music, The Obsessed. If you’re not familiar, check these historic bands out live and catch CC too! You will not be disappointed. Also playing is Galactic Cross, a new project from Dave Sherman (Spirit Caravan, Earthride, Weed is Weed), Marzy Maddox, and Cold Winter Sky. This show is ALL AGES, and tickets are $20. You can get them in advance HERE. RSVP on facebook HERE. Show starts at 6 PM, CC on third at 7:20!

The second show is Wednesday, March 4th at Songbyrd in Adams Morgan in DC – a lovely bar, venue and record shop, if you’re into shopping for some vinyl between sets. This is CC’s first show in Adams Morgan in probably close to a decade, and we’re excited to be back and playing at a venue we’ve never jammed in. This show is upstairs and is free, though there’s a $10 suggested donation for A Deer A Horse, who will be touring from NYC and are straight up amazing – think Sleater-Kinney meets the Melvins just as a starter for sonic reference. Also playing are local garage rock heroes Venray. Show starts at 9, CC on last at 10:30, but don’t miss any of it. RSVP on facebook HERE. The place is small, so you can RSVP to get free tickets HERE, just in case the room is at capacity, this assures you get in. This show is also ALL AGES.

Also we’ll have a limited number of these beautiful posters by artist Jase Harper available at the show for free, first come first served.

These shows will feature the Fran-Stef-Jake trio that toured North America throughout the summer and fall. If you’re local to the Washington area and didn’t see the December Pie Shop show in DC, this will be your introduction to this version of the band, and we’ll be playing some tunes you’ve almost certainly never heard. Be not afraid, children, Andrew is still rockin in the free world, and as soon as we have another opportunity for a killer four piece show and/or tour, we’ll be on it. For now, the flexibility of multiple lineups keeps the CC train moving ever forward, onward, upward and better than ever. Ahoy mates, see ya at these two shows! It’s going to be a really fun couple nights, can’t wait to see you there SUNDAY AND WEDNESDAY!