Never Come Down & Grain Thief
June 2 @ 8:00 PM
7 pm doors – 8 pm show
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Weaving together modern and traditional styles of bluegrass and americana, Never Come Down is a Portland, Oregon based 5-piece composed of Joe Suskind (guitar), Crystal Lariza (vocals), Brian Alley (banjo), Kaden Hurst (mandolin), and Ben Ticknor (bass). Their dedication to thoughtful songwriting and dynamic arrangements highlight polished technical skills and a commitment to listening to each other. Formed in 2018, the band released their self-titled debut that year and their second album “Better Late Than Never” followed in 2021. They’ve toured internationally and have found acclaim at festivals and venues such as Iceland Airwaves, John Hartford Memorial Fest, Americanafest, FreshGrass and RockyGrass.
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Grain Thief is a 5-piece string band from Boston MA. The group comprises Patrick Mulroy (guitar, vocals), Zach Meyer (mandolin, vocals), Michael Harmon (bass, vocals), Tom Farrell (lead guitar), and Alex Barstow (fiddle). Formed in 2015, the group released their debut EP Animal, which showcases their roots in folk, bluegrass, and old time music. The group spent their formative years playing shows and residencies around New England before heading back into the studio to record their first full-length release, Stardust Lodge, in 2018. This album was a departure from Animal’s bleak simplicity; experimenting with additional instrumentation within the group and a more developed songwriting, arrangement, and production style. The band spent much of 2018 and 2019 touring the material in the Northeast, Southwest, and Southeastern United States, with performances at music festivals like GreyFox Bluegrass Festival and Ossipee Valley Music Festival and opening for artists like Tim O’Brien, Mile Twelve, and Town Mountain. The record saw success on radio stations nationwide charting weeks in nationally-reporting music charts. In August 2020, the band released Gasoline, their latest full length. The new material, recorded mostly live-in-the-studio around a few microphones, shows the band returning to their true live sound as a roots string band. In 2021 the band released an album of fiddle music, Something Sour, Something Sweet, recorded during the lockdown.
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