Tallahassee, Joe Fletcher & The Wrong Reasons and Coyote Kolb performed a benefit show at the Brighton Music Hall in Boston last Thursday night in honor of Brown Bird’s David Lamb, who was diagnosed with […]
Y’all know “25 Degrees of Kevin Bacon”? Sure ya do. In an effort to reduce the amount of sh@$ I’ll get for advocating a non-traditional artist as a top pick for us bluegrass lovers to […]
Back in 2003, Brown Bird was the solo project of David Lamb, who lived in Portland, ME at the time. It wasn’t until 2008 that Lamb moved to Rhode Island, after meeting multi-instrumentalist MorganEve Swain, […]
Let’s get real, here – we’re in Newport Folk Fest withdrawal, okay? You know when you have a dream that’s so real, you wake up and believe you’re actually living it, until you realize that […]
Spirit Family Reunion isn’t an unfamiliar name on grass clippings, but The Dirt Daubers may be. Not for long. The trio hailing from Paducah, Kentucky and Nashville, Tennessee is all banjo-strumming, mandolin-picking deliciousness, and they’re […]
It may be so cold outside in NYC of late that your skin is slowly beginning to resemble that of an extinct, ghostly reptile … but if this week’s list of shows doesn’t pull you limb-by-limb out from under your down comforter, I don’t know what will.
First up, I was introduced to He’s My Brother, She’s My Sister a few years back when they opened for the band formerly known as The Rosewood Thieves at a warehouse party in Los Angeles. This guy and gal and their staple tap-dance-sideshow blew me away. This Thursday, they’re bringing their fun, folky whimsy to Mercury Lounge. You really should not miss it — sleet be damned. Check out the video below:
And of course, there’s brown bird, playing this go ’round with Brooklyn-based O’Death at Le Poisson Rouge. I can’t get enough of this duo, and LPR will be an awesome venue to see them do their thang.
Rhode Island’s Brown Bird will descend upon Brooklyn’s hipster haven, Union Pool, on Thursday night with just a couple weeks to go before the band formally releases Salt for Salt on October 18th. The duo […]