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The diversity of the songs required all these great contributors, so we were able to pull off styles that include bluegrass, old timey, blues, country and a bit of rock 'n' roll.
UPCOMING SHOWS: June 7 at pm, tune in to my favorite radio station, North Country Public Radio, to hear us play live on Ellen Rocco's show, The Blue Note.
UPCOMING SHOWS: Saturday, May 6, 8-10pm: radio interview/session on WAMC Albany, The Hudson River Sampler hosted by Wanda Adams Fischer. There is no admission but there is a drink minimum.
Saturday May 13, 7-pm: Edwards Opera House, Edwards, NYThursday, May 18, pm: The Green Growler, Singer-songwriter series, Croton-on-Hudson, NYSunday, May 21, 4pm: House Concert in NYC. Produced by the band's fiddle player Adam Moss and engineered and mixed by 3-time Grammy winner Justin Guip, the music ranges from bluegrass, to blues, to country, with the occasional electric guitar and pedal steel adding some weight to the acoustic sound the band has been honing for the past six years.
The lineup of musicians will also include guest appearances by some of Brooklyn's finest roots musicians.
June 19 at pm we will be headlining the weekly Norwood Village Green Concert Series, in Norwood NY (just north of Potsdam).
Shot at Greg Cornell's apartment on Union Square in NYC, the videos capture the feel of the band playing live, thanks to the wizardry of the folks at Beehive Productions, who have gained renown for the quality of the sound and visuals on their acoustic-music videos. They are great at capturing the intimacy and nuance of a true, live-music performance.
Beehive will also release an EP of the audio on their sound label, The Bee-Side in Aug. The band was also selected to perform in September at the Connecticut Folk Festival in New Haven. , at one of NYC's best-loved venues, Rockwood Music Hall's Stage 2, this Tuesday, August 2, at pm.
But we got a little wild on a couple, adding electric guitar (Will Graefe), organ (Marco Benevento), piano (Sam Reider) and pedal steel (Phil Sterk).
And there are some haunting contributions by David Moss on cello and and Alec Spiegelman on recorder.