SATURDAY NOVEMBER 23rd
8-10pm DOORS OPEN 7:30pm
TICKETS $10 all ages
All proceeds to benefit Hope Central Church
The Whiskey Boys
This year our Harvest Concert returns for a fourth year, and we’re truly excited to spotlight some of the best new and original Americana music coming out of Boston today. There will be fiddlin’, banjo playin’, sweet mandolins, enchanting harmonies and some deep-in-the-pocket groovin’. I venture to tout that this is going to be one fun, foot-stopin, all-out rowdy gathering of some incredibly talented musicians. ~LillianFuchs
Coming back for another performance with us, The Whiskey Boys play modern Bluegrass and Americana music with wit and style. They have opened for national acts such as Lori McKenna, Man Man, and four-time Grammy nominated country artist, Trace Adkins. We are thrilled to have them back in their new line up to include 5 total members (guitar, bass, fiddle, banjo, and mandolin).
“Each part of every song is artfully crafted and orchestrated. Sure, the boys have that hint of bluegrass in the tunes and the instrument choices certainly reflect that, but there is something special and different about this music.” – Red Line Roots Music Blog.
Led by David Delaney and a keen sense for the traditions of the genre, the boys deliver a high energy and engaging performance time after time.
We’ve had fun with them before and we’re looking forward to doing it again!
Give their new sound a listen here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zc_XN6QdHCo
We are excited to welcome Chasing Blue for the first time. They are bluegrass at its best, playing a mix of original and traditional bluegrass material with unique arrangements and hard-driving style. Trading solos, dancing around one microphone, and intricately being a master of their instrument, Chasing Blue is fun, rowdy and charming in concert.
They are a group of excellent musicians playing traditional music to a T, while adding their own unique spin on song content and arrangements.
“…worthy of the attention of anyone interested in where the next generation of acoustic string artists are taking our beloved bluegrass music.” – John Lawless,Bluegrass Today.
Give them a listen here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J_8070WBfaA