Solo Acoustic set of original songs.
The Coal Mountain Ramblers play this festival. Music begins at noon, continues through midnight with national, regional and local bands including: Delhi 2 Dublin, Toronto, ONT Yarn, Brooklyn, NY Jill West and the Blues Attack, Pittsburgh, PA Drumplay, Cleveland, OH Mama Corn, Blair County, PA Jon Felton and Soulmobile, Frostburg, MD Washington Slept Here, Bedford County, PA The Coal Mountain Ramblers, Bedford County, PA Kendy Gable and friends, Brooklyn, NY Jackson Monsour, Bedford County, PA Hannah Bingman, Huntingdon, PA Kevin Bruner, Bloomington, IN Mixing Numbers with Sounds, Bedford County, PA Sweettuth, Bedford County, PA Ticket price: $20 advance, $25 gate Kids under 18 free with parent or guardian. Free parking and overnight camping on Saturday.
Andrew Luttrell & Shane Grimm will play 1 acoustic set of songs at Aromas Cafe between 7pm and 9pm
Sat 05.19 - Catonsville Arts Expo w. Dylan Lee Brady, Jessica Rhee, Artem Bank, Acacia Sears and Andrew Luttrell. Bloomsburg Community Center. 106 Bloomsbury Avenue, Catonsville, MD 21228 | 3-5pm
LUTTRELL-GRIMM Acoustic 5PM til 9PM at the Main Street Tower in Bel Air
Sounds Like: Neil Young & Crazy Horse, Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, Mark Knopfler & Dire Straits, Gram Parsons, Peter Rowan & Tony Rice
Label: Echoeseven Music LTD
Bio: Andrew Luttrell is a singer/songwriter and rock/folk/bluegrass/jam-band multi-instrumentalist who has been performing throughout the Baltimore/tri-state area and beyond for well over 15 years. His large catalog of original songs is incorporated into all the electric-rock and acoustic bands/config...See Full Bio
“Luttrell’s vision of country is slightly different than the rest of ours, and that’s to listeners’ good. SARA SOTA and SISTER GOES BAD are ominous constructions that split the difference between grim country and ripping psych, and they register as some of the most memorable tunes on PAINT BY NUMBER$. Andrew Luttrell Band nails the space between psych and country. Adventurous listeners, take heed. ”