Road Report - September Starts Strong Idaho to Wyoming!

Sixx here, it has been a long few weeks. We were hanging out in Ketchum, Idaho which was fun and beautiful. While wondering the streets there like a couple of tourists, we got lucky and stopped to asked directions from Jeffery Lubeck, a local photographer and partner with his son Kyle in the MESH Gallery in downtown Ketchum. As it turns out, it was the day before Sun Valley WAGON DAYS and he was in need of music for the Weekend long event's opening night Gallery Walk. We jumped at the opportunity. We were even more excited when we found out the building of the MESH is the first Catholic Church built in the valley in 1884 and had a very gothic feel and the ONLY WAY we'd ever get to play in a church.

Wild Pack on the Road in Ketchum

Sweet and Sixx of Wild Pack stops to hang out in Ketchum Idaho for a Blues Against Hunger Blues Jam food drive at Sun Valley Brewery on Sept. 8 and are spending time at Lake Creek Camping area. The area is for 16 days free dry camping in a very beautiful area.


Here is the link and reviews for Campendium for the same camp ground:

Wild Pack Band

MESH ART Gallery

08/23/17 - Sweet wins at Tulalip Casino Resort in Marysville Washington

We stopped at Tulalip Resort Casino in Marysville Washington for a couple of days and they gave both Sweet and I a $15 game play on our new member cards. Although we lived in Las Vegas for a while we never gambled, ever. Don't even know how to operate the slot machine...we got an attendant to teach us and show us how it worked. Then the attendant jokingly said they'll be back in 10 minutes when we hit the jackpot, then they walked off. Sweet inserted her card and on the second push of the button, she won over $150. We immediately cashed out and went to the bar for an IPA Glass of wine and share a spicy tuna roll from the sushi bar all for not much more than the original $15 credit they gave us.

There is a Walmart next door to here, I think we're gonna use the winning to go buy another deep cycle battery or solar panel for the rig. Thanks, Tulalip Casino...Tonight we're going to try again with my member card wish us luck!

P.S. Besides winning our first time out we want…

08/12/17 - Quick Sixx Road Report: Playing and Boondocking in Tacoma Washington

The first in a series of quick reports of life on the road for traveling musicians Sixx and Sweet Pack in a 32' RV traveling from city to city across the United States, Mexico, and Canada. In this edition is a fun at Odd Otter in Tacoma Washington, a crazy night of crazy boondocking in downtown Tacoma.

FREE CAMPING at Margaret McKenny near Olympia Washington

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St. James Infirmary by Sweet Sixx and Wild Pack (VIDEO)

St. James Infirmary Blues by Sweet Sixx & The Wild Pack.

The song was originally recorded in Winter 2015 with a condenser mic, laptop in Punta Banda, Baja California, along with drummer Oscar QuiƱones Nogueira of Ensenada, then a couple months later we recorded Phillip on sax with the same setup and the addition of a liter of tequila in a small office in San Felipe, Baja California, Mexico. Phillip recorded the entire song in one take after most of the bottle was empty.

This summer while visiting the beautiful home of a new friend and bassist Cindy "Sis" Mitchel in Corvallis Oregon we became inspired to make a video. We thought this song was perfect for what we had in mind and we've always loved it and Phillip's sax playing. So here you go, our first video.

"St. James Infirmary Blues", sometimes known as "Gambler's Blues," is an American folksong of anonymous origin, though sometimes credited to the songwriter Joe Primrose (a pseudonym for…

Thank you Ashtown Brewery - You are Awesome!

WE LOVE ASHTOWN BREWING in Longview Washington. We played there last night to a great crowd, very engaged. Great atmosphere, great beer, and wonderful people.

The brewery was started by two cousins in their garage, and after a while, people started stopping at the house to get a beer after work. Now they have a great little place downtown and the whole extended family works there, multi-generations.