Saturday, February 15, 2014

Buttonwood's Bluegrass Show On for Tonight

Harpeth Rising Train Pic Medium
Jordana Greenberg, violin;   Maria DiMeglio, cello;   Rebecca Reed-Lunn, Banjo;   Chris Burgess, percussion.
Genre:  ”Bluegrass Meets British Invasion”   and steampunk

HARPETH RISING’S music is the convergence of a classical education and a passion for folk music, Americana, blues, bluegrass and all things acoustic. Named for the small but powerful river in Tennessee, they create original songs that layer rich instrumental arrangements with four part harmonies and lyrics that depict wanderlust, eternal curiosity, class struggle and extraordinary love. The result is a sound that defies category. The four members met while earning performance degrees at the Indiana University Jacobs School of Music, and despite their diverse beginnings (hailing from vastly different cultures and geographic areas,) found in each other a unified musical idea – and a brand new one at that.
”An Americana Sensation” – WSM 650
“The future of original string music…” Keith Harrelson, Moonlight on the Mountain
“Harpeth Rising, warm, honest and true music by four exquisite musicians.” Peter Zeijl, Folk En Zo
Watch a video here:
Harpeth Rising Review –

The concert will start at 8 pm, seats are $12 in advance, $15 at the door. Reserve your seat here
The Buttonwood Tree is located at 605 Main Street. Plenty of parking is available behind It's Only Natural market. Check for a parking ban in Middletown.

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