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I'm goin' to Kansas City, Kansas City here I come... for my first go at the Folk Alliance conference. I will be playing a first-timer showcase, and also a concert at a church in town where I will split the bill with my Brooklyn pal Alex Mallett.
We're back from a fun time playing the Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah, looking forward to playing again at Rockwood and its great sound system. Note the start time is 1:00 a.m. Sat. night/Sunday morning. Have an espresso and come to the show!
Twas the week before Christmas... and we're playing Rockwood Stage 1! Rip Westmoreland on mando, Robert Provine on bass, Graham Hawthorne on drums and the wonderful singer Amanda Homi will be joining us for the first time on harmonies. Take a nap and come have some holiday fun with us!
We are back at The Way Station this Thursday, with two debuts: a new song "Liars, Betrayers and Hellhounds" and new band member Graham Hawthorne, one of the best drummers in NYC. Coming back for more: Rip Westmoreland on mandolin and electric guitar and Robert Provine on stand up bass.
We are honored to be performing at a show honoring the 46th anniversary of the release of Sweetheart of the Rodeo, The Byrds' unbelievably influential album from 1968 that Gram Parsons had such a big hand in. Four bands will play the album in its entirety; we get to play Pretty Boy Floyd, Hickory Wind, 100 Years from Now, and The Blue Canadian Rockies. Go figure: a hugely successful pop band decides to put out an album of bluegrass and country songs.
Bio: The words Greg Cornell writes are influenced by his life-long love of literature and the music contains echoes of Doc Boggs, Doc Watson, Neil Young, Levon Helm, Gordon Lightfoot and John Hyatt. Based in American roots music traditions, the songs are about struggle and hope, regret turning to red...See Full Bio
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“This sounds like the type of folk music inspired by Johnny Cash...gotta love it!”