Doors at 7pm
$15 or donation at the door
BYOB & food if you'd like!
We had so much fun at our last show, so we're deciding to do it again! This time we have Ordinary Elephant (http://ordinaryelephant.net/
) and The Page Turners (http://pageturnersmusic.com/
) coming to Nashville to grace us with their talents. We'd love to see you! Please bring instruments for picking happening afterwards.
We’ll be offering a no-experience-required yoga class in the living room from 6-7, prior to the concert! Class is $10 or a donation. Would love to see you there!
A word from our instructor:
“Join us for yoga at 6pm with Becca Mayer. The class is designed for everyone, so no experience is necessary, just good vibes. 😁
Bring your mat, water bottle, and small towel if you tend to sweat a lot as we will get warmer. If you don't have a mat, let us know, and we can bring extras! Be sure to wear clothes you can move in easily, but aren't too loose.”
International Folk Music Awards 2017 Artist of the Year Ordinary Elephant captivates listeners with their well-honed combination of insightful writing, effortless harmonies and intertwined clawhammer banjo and guitar. The collaboration of husband and wife, their connection, and their influences (such as Gillian Welch, Guy Clark, Anais Mitchell) all meet on stage. You see it, hear it, and then you find yourself truly feeling it. “As genuine as it gets” says legendary Texas producer Lloyd Maines.
Crystal and Pete Damore have been performing together since 2011, when they called Texas home. The two took to full-time nomadic life with their dogs in 2014, and are still finding home and music wherever they go. The duo was both a Kerrville New Folk Finalist and Falcon Ridge Emerging Artist in 2017, and their release ‘Before I Go’ was No. 7 on the Folk DJ Chart for the year.
The Page Turners:
«Jake and Carolyn harness the best and deepest parts of bluegrass and old-time sounds as their own unique springboard.”
An award-winning group (Freshgrass 2016 Awards), The Page Turners began their story as musical friends, playing together with a mutual admiration for musical authenticity and adventure. Writing sharp and adept original music, as well as putting new twists on old favorites, they blend their love of bluegrass, old-time, country, swing, jazz, and fearless songwriting into one all-purpose seasoning of Roots music.
The Page Turners (Carolyn Kendrick and Jake Howard) began their musical adventure as students of the American Roots Music Program at Berklee College of Music, a program which “is dedicated to exploring the rural and early American music of the first half of the 20th century». Based on these musics, The Page Turners began performing extensively; embracing modernism within traditionalism, and exploring the depths of songwriting. In 2017, The Page Turners released their self-titled debut album, and hit the pavement touring and performing at renowned festivals such as Greyfox Bluegrass Festival, Joe Val Bluegrass Festival, Berkeley Bluegrass Festival at Freight & Salvage, and Freshgrass Music Festival, among others.