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Bluegrass quartet, Chatham County Line, bring their poignant songwriting and inventive acoustic arrangements to The Press Room.
Check out Boston based electric blues trio, GA-20, and the complex psych-tinged garage-country of Hayley Thompson-King.
While many know actress Lola Kirke for her work in Gone Girl and Mozart in the Jungle, this multi-talented artist has so much more up her sleeve. Like her phenomenal music. With the bold sass of Loretta Lynn and a smoky, sultry voice that will make every hair on your neck come to full attention, Kirke marries the dusty twang of americana with lush indie rock and dark-hued doo wop for a dangerous and seductive road trip that you’ll be begging to hitch a ride on.
While best known as the charismatic frontman of Alt-Country heroes The Old 97’s, it’s ultimately Rhett Miller’s songs themselves that will have the enduring power to outlive us all. With razor-sharp wit and a knack for intimate storytelling, Rhett’s repertoire tackles everything from wild one-night stands to struggles with depression. To hear the man is to feel heard.
Mainesqueeze is a brilliant mix of rhythm & roots, Texas-swing, folk, country, and more with 3-part harmonies, hot guitar, and pedal steel. Though some of the band’s songs are familiar, it’s their unusual song choices that leave audiences smiling and scratching their heads.
Try not to cry a tear in your beer as you enjoy the sweet sounds of Marjorie Senet and the Broken-Home Boys playing songs from their debut album “Suitcases and Trashbags”. It’s an emotional journey of love and loss, set to twangy, classic honky tonk/country/American roots music.
A Sunday afternoon double-bill with classic country tunes served up by the great and talented Stone Country, and accompanied by our kitchen's delicious, homestyle brunch.