Monday, January 28, 2008

Tim DeLaughter, leader of the Polyphonic Spree, encourages the kids at Lakewood Elementary to play toy instruments with the band.

Having a Spree at Lakewood Elementary

Lakewood Family Education Night last week at Lakewood Elementary School featured one of the most well-known names on the Dallas, and way beyond, music scene.

A parred-down version of Polyphonic Spree played two interactive sets for parents and kids and staff and faculty involved with the school. The evening also featured a taco bar catered by Mariano's, plus math games, and benefit efforts.

Saturday, January 26, 2008

thinking of all our sweet uk fans.
we miss u.
see u soon.

Tuesday, January 15, 2008

We Crawl!

Saturday, January 12, 2008

And on a super fun yummy note!

"Good Food, Good Wine and Good Records"

WHEN: Tuesday, January 22, 2008
7 pm

WHERE: Urbano Restaurant & Paninoteca
2533 McKinney Avenue (Corner of Routh St. and McKinney Ave.)
Uptown Dallas

WHAT: Urbano hosts a Bach N Rock N Roll Wine Dinner, featuring electric chamber music from The Chameleon Chamber Group, comprised of Buffi Jacobs (The Polyphonic Spree, Robert Gomez Band) on electric cello, Audrey Easley (The Polyphonic Spree) on flute/EWI, Tamara Cauble (The Polyphonic Spree, Telegraph Canyon) on violin and Paul Slavens (Ten Hands, KERA's "90.1 at Night") on keyboards.

DeeJay CeePee will also play new releases from Black Mountain, Bodies of Water, Cat Power, Dengue Fever and Super Furry Animals.

The three-course dinner is $35 per person including wine. Reservations required. Call Urbano at 214-969-6911.

WHY: Through our series of Rock N Roll Wine Dinners, Urbano and Good Records offer a cool twist to the traditional wine dinner by bringing great food, wine and new music together in a casual setting. Guests will hear original live music and new CDs, try some new wines and enjoy Urbano's modern Italian cuisine.
Hi friends....
Dallas, TX – January 9, 2008
Thanks to the generosity of The Polyphonic Spree,
Quick Magazine, and the members of the Polyphonic
Spree Forum, the charitable organization Doctors
Without Borders received a little extra financial
Individuals purchased ten photographs from a recent
Quick feature about The Spree. The proceeds from the
images by photographer Jason Janik were donated to
Doctors Without Borders. This non-profit,
humanitarian organization is committed to delivering
medical assistance internationally in regions affected
by epidemics, to people affected by armed conflict,
and to individuals who would otherwise lack
The Polyphonic Spree is committed to providing
relief in Darfur, and Doctors Without Borders is among
many organizations contributing to the relief effort
in this Sudanese region afflicted by genocide,
fighting, and the suffering of refugees. Through the
sale of the photographs, $275.00 was donated in honor
of The Spree and $25.00 was given in honor of The
Spree Forum members.
To contribute to the relief effort in Darfur, see or

Friday, January 11, 2008

We Try
We Crawl
We Live
We're Small

But we're on our way... through ups and downs.

Who's anthem could this not be?

Here's to hope, love, life, and peace.... Here's to 2008.

Please spread our love.... check out the new We Crawl video.... intimate fragile moments from our band. Its at

Keep Trying!