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The Glass Jars is a band that can compel an audience to listen. Even when they’re playing outdoors in the winter. Listeners have a way of catching the band’s infectious passion for their music, even if they have to huddle around a fiery trash can. Their folk/indie rock style indicates influences by Modest Mouse, Beirut, and the Pixies with a sound that is simultaneously lush and purposeful. The Glass Jars have a keen ear for dynamics and unlikely instrumentation. They pack a punch with exuberant but controlled sets that are fit to fill both coffee house and concert hall.
Jeremy Tidmore and Shawna Ross act as the foundation of the group from top to bottom with Tidmore on bass and Ross as singer, songwriter, and guitarist. These two are the heart and feet of the band animal, keeping the group alive and moving. Brock Peacock, on the drums breathes life into the music with undeniable rock influences. If we’re sticking with this analogy, one would say that Mollie McFarland, electric violist, was the tattoo on the shapely bicep. Her lead electric viola stylings provide a flash of color to the creature that is the band.